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[B.Toys] Easel Does It - Folding Wooden Art Easel with Chalkboard, Whiteboard, and Storage Bins - 3years+

[B.Toys] Easel Does It - Folding Wooden Art Easel with Chalkboard, Whiteboard, and Storage Bins - 3years+

Regular price $129.90 $129.90 Sale

Description

Allow your little one's imagination to run wild with the easel does it from b. Toys! This fun wooden easel for kids is double sided, which means that either two little artists can work at the same time or one Artist can get really busy. Choose the blackboard or the whiteboard for drawing, painting, and creating! Both sides of the stand can be wiped down with a damp rag, making for a hassle-free clean up. And kids can store their art materials in two hanging fabric bins that come included. They can even rest their markers or crayons on the two wooden trays! Designed to look just like a real easel and made from high quality wood, this drawing board will give your child the impression of being a genuine artist. So B. Creative B. Artistic B. Playful B. You!

Features & details

  • Double sided stand for twice the fun: get creative on the chalkboard or draw on the whiteboard!
  • No mess, no stress: white board and black board erase easily, just wipe with a damp cloth and it's clean!
  • Little artist-friendly: this kids art easel is just the right Height for creative children.
  • Like the real thing: Made of wood and beautifully designed, just like a full-sized easel.
  • Space for art supplies: This kids drawing board comes with two roomy storage bins to hold everything except your imagination. Great for organization!
  • Tools of the trays: two handy trays hold all of your crayons, markers, paint brushes, and more.
  • Clip it up: Roll out the paper! Sturdy clips will hold your masterpieces in place.
  • Age: This toddler art easel is recommended for children 3 years old and over.
  • B. Powerful: we. Org receives a portion of sales from every B. Toy purchased.
  • Trustworthy: Battat is a family-owned company, established in 1897.