November 2nd, 2010

Disney Princess Rolling Art Desk

We just spent 8 hours in the car driving to my in-laws’, and then another hour to go from their house to the Happiest Place on Earth.  Hubby and I can only take so many kid videos, and frankly, the kids get bored with doing nothing but watching videos, too.  Enter the Disney Princess Rolling Art Desk.

Complete with crayons, markers, and princess scenes to color, the desk has everything your little princess needs to create a royal masterpiece on the go.  A hidden drawer holds the crayons and markers, with small holes that keep the markers in place while you’re viewing the world from the comfort of a car seat.   When the scene is finished, it is relatively easy to tear one scene off, but most kids will need an adult to help with this part.  Princess happily colored her way down I-5, only stopping when it got too dark to see the pages.  She likes that she can color Disney princesses.  I like that it is inexpensive and self-contained.

The one downside is that refills don’t seem to exist, so once we’ve colored the pictures on the roll, that will be it.  I will still use the desk in the car, either with plain paper or individual pages.  However, it would be nice to have the option of purchasing refill rolls.

This product is also available with other Disney characters, such as Cars, Faeries, and Toy Story 3.

I rate this product 4 of 5 stars, only because there are no refills.

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