What could be more fun to 7’s then being allowed to draw on their clothes without getting in trouble? What if there was a way to make the pens scented? Could you add Glow in the Dark ink? If you aren’t an artist, maybe stencils will help, but what if you got bored with the design? Could you wash them and start all over again?
Draw Jammies were a As Seen on TV Product.
As many of you know my grandduaghter’s birthday is just after Christmas. One of her Birthday presents from Grandpa was Draw Jammies.
The box is pretty simple to open and everything is wrapped to protect it from leaking.
The first step is to lay out the Jammies and decide what you will draw on them.
The stencils make things really easy for the 5-6 crowd. It takes away the frustration of not being able to make the image that you desire.
The yellow blob is my granddaughter’s attempt at making a heart with the glow in the dark marker. The glow in the dark comes out thick almost like a glue. It made it difficult for a 6 year old to use with skill.
My granddaughter made multiple hearts, the word Love, a Christmas tree, and the numbers 1-9 and 0.
While it was no where near bedtime, she insisted on wearing them immediately.
The glow in the dark paint worked well. Unfortunately in the dark room it did not photograph well. We tried to take a photo using the flash, but the flash lit up the room so much you couldn’t see the glow as well.
The Jammies come in 3 size ranges. My granddaughter is in the medium. They also come in both pink and blue. The washing instructions state to wash them in cold water as heat will set the images.
Overall, I will call this a win. My granddaughter was excited to open it. She was excited to draw on her jammies. We had to turn off the light immediately to see them glow. And she insisted on wearing them NOW even though it was not bedtime.