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If you’ve got young kids, then hang on to your (Easter) hats – from the annual Easter hat parade, to egg painting, and creating fun and fancy Easter baskets, there’s no getting away from Easter craft at this time of year.

We are giving away 11 Pop’lol prize packs, containing a 16-piece Pop’lol set valued at $45 each.

With Pilot’s Pop’lol range, getting crafty with the kids has never been easier.

Featuring thirty vivid and vibrant gel ink colours, including metallic, pastel and bold colours, the gel ink is so rich in tint that you can even use Pop’lol on dark backgrounds and it will still stand out.

The ink has been especially designed to dry quickly to prevent messy smudges for a smart finish. It is also water and light resistant to prevent from fading out. So if you and yours are proud of your creation, it won’t fade over time(or at least to hand on to a younger brother or sister to showcase your creative genius next Easter!)

Pilot Pop’lol gel pens come in 0.7mm tip size that gives plenty of control for even the smallest of hands, making it easy to draw outlines and designs in detail.

Mr John Johnston, marketing manager, Pilot Pen Australia, said that crafting and colouring at home was on the rise, with many adults of all ages, with or without kids, taking up the hobby for themselves.

“Home craft is increasing in popularity and we have seen an increase in demand for many of our colouring pens such as Pop’lol and our recently launched Pintor Paint Markers as a result. We have seen some fantastic artistic creations too – many of which are shared with us on Instagram and Facebook!” he said.

If you’re looking for creative inspiration, head to www.pilotpen.com.au for some easy Easter craft ideas and downloadable templates.

Pop’lol is available from Officeworks and selected stationery stores, RRP at $2.80 ea.

Please note this competition is open from 23 March 2019 until 30 April 2019 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. B. KiNSW
  2. R. SmithACT
  3. M. BolithoQLD
  4. C. WelchNSW
  5. T. GraySA
  6. A. CurranVIC
  7. N. DavidsSA
  8. S. MillerTAS
  9. C. SuttonVIC
  10. J. BrennanNSW
  11. J. O'BreeVIC
  • Making snow globes,
    creating cards,
    I have passed my passion of art onto the kids,
    they love doing it as much as I do.

  • With my grandkids I love to draw , colour in, and paint….I love encouraging their artistic side as it’s a rewarding, relaxing, and imaginative pastime

  • DRAW! I love to watch my little ones show their creativity in different shapes and colours and stories with their cute little imaginations!

  • Collecting sea shells and then threading them on string or fishing line to create jewellery

  • We love making our own little advent calendars for Easter and Christmas.

  • I love making Christmas decorations with the kids. I am a Christmas tragic and just love all the fun and festivities that surrounds that time of year

  • Honestly – none. I am no good at craft and I despise the mess it makes. ;) That said, my kids are thankfully great at doing craft themselves – and the big ones help the little ones. My eldest in particular loves making and creating anything and everything with her little sisters.

  • My kids (and so do I) have loved crafts with Autumn leaves – collected, pressing, collage, streamers, sewing – the outdoors to indoors fill our house with magical colours and get our crafty minds thinking.

  • As much as I hate to admit it, we love making slime. It keeps the kids entertained for ages and me too (as I clean up afterwards…).

  • Decorating Easter eggs every year is a very traditional craft activity in our home, starting from colouring them in vibrant hues, then adding our own personal artistic touches! My children are grown now, but I look forward to continuing the tradition with my grandchildren (so far, my god-daughter’s two babies!)

  • Drawing can keep them occupied for hours, it’s only their imagination that stops them, it can colour their world with possibilities

  • Drawing and painting, because she loves it so much. “Mumma, I drawing”

  • Colouring in ……. lots and lots of it

  • Finger and foot painting

  • We get old white sheets from the op shops and a heap of water guns. Hang the sheets on the line, fill the water guns with watered down paint and go nuts, always ends in an all out war! Then we use the sheets to build cubby houses.

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