Rayola is one of the cooolest things I’ve seen in a while. From What I gathered from the website, designers used crayola crayons as inspiration to create their own “Rayola.” There were so many fun designs! I wonder what my Rayola would look like… (I
Fashion’s Night Out in NYC seems to get bigger every year! We went a few years ago and it was super fun/super crowded. I wasn’t sure whether or not we’d want to brave the crowds this year until I read Diem Chau’s blog. Both Diem
Cute little box bug I would totally wear these vintage eraser bobby pins Beautiful vintage french wooden pencil box Nice rubber band painting I like this ear cuff made from a paper clip Pretty pink staple remover Check out Pentel’s “find the golden Energel” giveaways!
I love this 1970s Braun Personal Fan Hidden Pencils Make a neon dot shirt using a hole punch A new way to work haha Crayola inspired candy canes from Sweet Factory Looking for a job is the worst – Cubiclebot Hand Blown Glass Pen Holder
Make little eraser cars! So cool, I want to do this. Family Fun Behold the Perfect Pencil! Make a butterfly bracelet with paper clips – Instructables This is a Post it Note Drawing I want to make some pretty Sharpie rocks Catapult Pencil! Fun Desk
How about these crayon rockets?? I pretty much didn’t believe they were real until I went to John Coker’s site and read about them. Check out more pics and read about the project here.
I came across these Crayola commercials yesterday and could not stop watching them! Crayola seems to be one of the most innovative companies out there and I love seeing the new things they come up with. I want that glow in the dark color dome!