Hello, thank you for stopping by my first post!
I have a little boy to whom I introduced crayons when he was about 10 months old. We had been very careful about putting the crayons back in their box after we were done coloring. One day he was able to find the box while I wasn’t around and, just like everything else, it found its way to his mouth. Needless to say, by the time I found him, the box and the crayons were not what they used to be. I decided to make something to hold what remained of the crayons and designed this crayon holder!
While I had the best time making this, I think it’s great for my son. He has a new toy that he is permitted to put in his mouth because mommy can wash it easily, he is starting to learn colors from it, and he now knows to put his crayons back in it once he is done with them, yay!
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