. I recently did a review of the stabilo easy graph.
My kids love anything to do with arts and crafts and are often drawing, colouring or writing in cards and pictures they do.
I was sent the Be Wild and Trio Scribbi packs free of charge from Stabilo for review.
Stabilo Be Wild Tropikana
The pens came in a pack of six different colours all with funky wild safari designs.
. They are retractable ballpoint pens, the nib is engaged by pushing the button at top of pen and is retracted via a side button.
. They wrote with a line width of 0.4mm and are extremely funky and fashionable for today’s modern kids.
Ryan was excited to get the new pens and straight away went to work at his art station.
He liked the pens and said they were very easy to grip and use and liked the animal prints on them.
The trio Scribbi colouring pens came in a pack of 8. They are designed to be almost indestructible with a push resistant tip. My children are forever breaking their felt tip pens by pushing the tips in but these really do what they say on the label- the tips cannot be pushed in thanks to a hidden spring load in the tip- these are great and will last a long time.
They also have a triangular ergonomic design making it easier for small hands to grip and they ink is fully washable so no need to worry about ruined clothing.
They also wipe up easily off laminate or wooden floors (luckily for me) . Ryan got to grip with these quickly and enjoyed using them to finish off his masterpiece clownfish picture.
We love the Stabilo range and their quirky designs and features. With Stabilos help my kids are little artists in the making.