Natural Eco Paints are plant-derived, non-toxic paints that activate with water and contain colours from vegetables, roots, seeds and flowers. They are gluten free, waterway safe, compostable and can be used to colour sensory bases.
Product reviews from our experts…
These paints are amazing and I love everything about them! They are beautiful and vibrant while being totally non-toxic and plant based. A little goes a long way – you don’t need to use much but you still get so much colour from using a small amount of powder! They are so versatile – I love that not only can they be mixed with water to make paint, but we have also used them to dye playdough, to mix into bicarb soda and vinegar for a colourful fizzy experiment and for pretty much any other colourful activity you can think of. Love these and couldn’t speak more highly of them!
Literally every part of this brand’s thoughtfulness towards sustainability and ethical manufacturing impresses me. They have been conscious at every stage of their production process and are also extremely socially responsible. Congratulations on making such an amazing product in such a sustainable and ethical way!
The Eco Art and Craft Natural Eco Paint powders created some surprisingly vibrant colours when mixed with water. I loved that there were wooden spoons, stirrers and glass jars provided so that you could easily mix the paint without having to look for any more materials. A great way to get creative with natural products!
It was also great to see the product sent in a repurposed cardboard box! I love that the paint powders are packaged in compostable cardboard tubes so that there’s less plastic bottle waste.
We loved everything about these natural paints! From the packaging, the ingredients, the booklets and summary – Eco Art and Craft have made a gorgeous product for the budding little artists out there!
I also love how all areas of the business and the flow on effect has been thought of – the plant derived paints from seeds, flowers etc, waterway safe to the packaging everything comes in – the mailing packaging is compostable and they reuse boxes and upcycled stationery for shipping! The actual paints come in compostable cardboard tubes so they have prevented 80,000 plastic tubes from ending up in landfill – Big fan!