Join in on the fun as Kimmi The Clown colors in her Peppa Pig 'Big Bubbles & Muddy Puddles' Coloring Book! This adorable coloring book comes with so many different pages to color! Watch me color a picture of Peppa Pig using Prismacolor colored paint markers! I had so much fun coloring in this Peppa Pig coloring book and watching my picture come to life! Great book for kids who love Peppa Pig, coloring, drawing or being artistic! Join me tomorrow for more fun videos! THANKS FOR WATCHING! HAVE A FUN DAY!!! ☺️
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Hi everyone, I'm Kimmi The Clown! I love playing with fun toys and making videos to share with you! I really love all kinds of toys, but some of my absolute favorites include Play Doh, LEGO, Barbie, NERF, Shopkins, Thomas & Friends, My Little Pony, Star Wars, FurReal Friends, Disney, Hot Wheels, Baby Alive, Ninja Turtles, Lala Loopsy, Tsum Tsum, action figures, princess dolls, and much much more!!! Join me daily as I unbox new toys and have lots of fun clowin' around!
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Crayola is a brand of artists' supplies manufactured by Crayola, LLC (formerly Binney & Smith Company) and best known for its crayons. The company is based in Forks Township, Northampton County, Pennsylvania. Since 1984, Crayola has been a wholly owned subsidiary of Hallmark Cards. Originally an industrial pigment supply company, Crayola soon shifted its focus to art products for home and school use, beginning with chalk, then crayons, followed later by colored pencils, markers, paints, modeling clay, and other related goods. All Crayola-branded products are marketed as nontoxic and safe for use by children. Most Crayola crayons are made in the United States.
Peppa Pig is a British preschool animated television series directed and produced by Astley Baker Davies in association with Entertainment One, which originally aired on 31 May 2004. It went on a hiatus for just over two years before re-premiering on 14 February 2015. To date, four seasons have been completely aired, with a fifth currently airing. It is shown in 180 territories.
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This site provides links to random videos hosted at YouTube, with the emphasis on random.
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