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Saturday, March 15, 2014

Fill Your Easter Baskets with Eco-Friendly Art Supplies from Stubby Pencil Studio













Art supplies are wonderful and versatile. What other items offer fun play, creative expression, and learning all in one…for very inexpensive prices?
With art supplies children have the world at their fingertips. There is so much that can be done, be made, be transformed…but with toxic ingredients like lead showing up in kids’ products you want to be sure that the creative supplies are not only fun but safe for the little ones.
Stubby Pencil Studio offers the biggest selection around that I have found, of eco-friendly, non-toxic art supplies and old fashioned games and toys.
Perfect items to stuff in Easter baskets. I have a crafty family. All of us are DIY handmade type people, so craft supplies are always on hand; however because we are so crafty we tend to go through them pretty fast. Or they mysteriously disappear.
That is either thanks to my budding magician toddler whose disappearing sippy cup act beats anything Copperfield could offer, or it could be the invisible troll that also loves socks, not sure.
Anyway, we always need new crayons, paints and sketchbooks that rapidly get filled with wonderful ideas and beautiful works of art.
So when holidays roll around, arts and crafts supplies are top of the to buy list. And Stubby Pencil Studio has plenty of eco-friendly items to choose from: soy and beeswax crayons, Crayon Rocks that are perfect for developing little hands, non-toxic washable markers made with recycled plastic, paints, and sketchbooks made from 100% recycled paper and non-chlorine bleached and processed with vegetable-based glue.
Plus they offers old fashioned toys like marbles and dominoes and do it yourself toys like the plain magic wand that your little princess can decorate herself. Stubby Pencil Studio even has targeted Easter goodies like the bunch of bunnies and the hopping bunny or the Envirosax bunny bag. It’s a one stop eco-Easter shop.

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