Sponsored Giveaway: Stubby Pencil Studio

New art supplies are one of my family’s favorite things.  We especially appreciate art supplies that are affordable and easy on the earth.  For about two years now, I have been purchasing the majority of our art supplies from  Stubby Pencil Studio, a wonderful mama run shop that features eco friendly art and school supplies.  
Today Kate is offering one of my readers the chance to win an Eco Easter Basket filled with creative goodies from her shop, Stubby Pencil Studio.  Included in the giveaway are:
Felt Flower Garden Basket
6×9 Ecojot Sketchbook
E-color-gy Washable markers
Set of 10 Smencils
Soy Crayons
Mary’s Softdough Rainbow Tub
Softdough Tool set
Yummy Earth Organic Lollipops
Color ‘n Kids Garden Pals cards
Double Pencil Sharpener
Spring Top Pencil
Color Blackboard chalk
and more…
approximate value $100 
 
**For a chance to win, simply leave a comment on this post.  I will close comments and announce a winner on Monday.  If you’d like a second chance to win, post a link to this giveaway on Facebook or your blog, and leave a second comment letting me know.**

Comments are closed, and the random number generator chose number 195:
“our 4 kids would love these,,, I’d like to play too!
Thank you,
Joy”  
Congratulations!
 
Thanks to everyone who participated!

And do visit Stubby Pencil Studio! I think you will love this shop as much as I do. In fact, I want to share some of our favorites:

 

Chunky, triangular, Trimax colored pencils

lovely, petite, cruelty free, bamboo paintbrushes-perfect for little hands

triangular, earth friendly, number two pencils from Green Apple, our definite favorite pencil

I made the switch from petroleum based crayons some time ago to Prang’s soy crayons, and am so excited about their new chubby soy crayons.  They are an affordable alternative to beeswax sticks, and so far are holding up very well to two year old Beatrix.  
Our other latest discovery is this set of double pointed markers.  Each marker has a fine as well as a medium tip and something about them having both is sort of thrilling to my kids.

They like to use them to draw all sorts of things including faces on little wooden peg people.

(No, Beatrix didn’t make these.  Larkspur did.)
Don’t forget to leave a comment to be entered to win the giveaway!

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