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Colors of the World

As some of you know, our youngest son was adopted from India.

This past month we had a lot to celebrate as we reflected on him being in his forever home for one year! It has been a true delight to see him grow and flourish and we are truly blessed to calm him son!

The beginning of August we celebrated Raksha Bandhan as a family and it is now a tradition I hope to treasure annually. We were actually in India picking up our son during Raksha Bandhan last year. It was a beautiful sight to see carts lining the streets blanketed in red handmade Rakhis sparkling in the wind.

In Indian tradition the sister ties a Rakhi around the wrist of her brother, promising to pray for him. In return the brother gives his sister a gift, or sweet, promising to protect her.

Together we read A Thread of Love and the kids took turns presenting Rahki’s to each other. They said sweet little prayers over each other and we sat around the table drawing sibling pictures.

Our sibling pictures wouldn’t have been the same without Crayola’s new Colors of World Multicultural Crayons.

This pack of crayons contain 24 specially formulated colors representing people of the world.

These skin tone crayons helped make coloring pages and drawings even more detailed and realistic.

The Crayola’s Colors of the World, our kids were able to celebrate the diversity of our family.

It was incredible for them to even recognize how each of us actually have slightly different colors; mommy being rosy while daddy was almond, big brother inherited the Italian golden colors while sister’s German skin is very light, and beautiful baby India represents his roots with his deep golden skin.

This was also a wonderful transition into reading The Colors of Us!

It is a sweet story of a girl named Lena, learning that brown comes in many different shades. Through her eyes she begins to see her familiar world in a new way. We took time to talk about the importance and beauty of diversity.

This book, and Color of the World Skin Tone Crayons, are wonderful resources in celebrating the differences and similarities that connect all people.

Scent Back to School with Crayola

Do you smell it?

It’s the smell of summer ending. Pools closing. Buses arriving. Kids heading Back-to-School!

My nephew is headed to 1st grade this year! Hard to believe he is old enough to be in the grade I use to teach. Definitely makes this Aunt Haha want to cry and reminisce over old baby pictures.

How about you?

Are you one of those parents bursting with excitement to push those energetic, mess maker, eating machines, out the door to school? Is it just me or does it seem like kids are hungry every second of summer break?


Maybe you’re a mama whose heart is breaking watching your first, or last, baby climbing those big bus stairs on their way to their first day of kindergarten. I always love seeing the huge backpacks on their little bodies and wondering what 5 year old has that much homework?


Or perhaps you are sitting in a classroom counting desks, rechecking lesson plans, and giving yourself a world changer teacher pep talk? Whether it’s your first or last year teaching, you will always get the first day of school jitters.


For me I am super excited to start our first year of homeschool preschool! As a past teacher, I have been itching to build lesson plans with activities, music, crafts, and play.

Yeah. I am definitely one of ‘those moms’ who can’t stop themselves from still being a teacher. I will forever rock holiday theme earrings and make everything and anything into a song.


Just like I can’t stop being a teacher, Crayola will never stop being our go to for school supplies!

From their first box of affordable wax crayons in 1903 to becoming the leading producer of hands-on products for creative fun, Crayola has been working hard to inspire creativity in all children…and adults.


That’s why parents and teachers trust Crayola to fill those larger than life backpacks with all the needed school supplies.


This year Crayola’s new featured product is Silly Scents. These new coloring tools come with the same great colorful quality you’d expect, but with an extra gift for your nose. My son was first drawn to the Silly Scent characters decorating the packaging. He kept telling me he wanted to color with the cool angry guy, aka the roasting marshmallow. The bold silly smells bring laughter and delight to any child’s coloring experience, while making it a multi-sensory activity.


From the perspective of a toddler mama, I really enjoy the mini twistables! They are perfect for little hands and are an excellent size for on the go. The durable plastic barrels keep the crayon core safe from constant use or your toddler seeing how many crayons he can break in a minute.


As a past teacher, I am in LOVE with the twistable colored pencils! If I could have, I would have made all my students use these. The amount of time students spent sharpening colored pencils was unreal. I used to beg kids to use a different color or borrow a friend’s. Classroom productivity can take a mega boost when outfitted with ready to use and quality products.

As a crafter, I was surprisingly impressed with the chiseled tip and Slim Fine Line markers. When my son and I started opening a pack of makers and I realized they were chiseled edge, I immediately convinced him they were mommy markers and we should try a different kind.

Mama of the year award!

I love typography and card making and I’m always looking for a good marker. I was pleasantly surprised by both the chisel tip and slim fine line markers. They produced great colors and gave me versatility.



An added bonus is Crayola offers free coloring sheets, including their Silly Scent characters. Its a nice break from my 2 year old’s drawing demands.

So whether you are filling up your “baby’s” first back pack or starting another year of shaping little minds, I wish you the happiest of back to school days!


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Easter Basket Ideas with Crayola

There are so many possibilities when it comes to Easter Basket stuffers. Candy, trinkets, stuffed animals…but what are some things that you child will really love? What can you use? What will be worth the money? The answer is simple: Crayola.


Each year I sit and think of what are the items that my kids will be thrilled to see and actually use (not end up in under the bed until garage sale season). It’s pretty hard to decide… I know that my kids are pretty artsy and once they’re a bit older might enjoy some machine embroidery designs that they can work on and hang up around the house with pride. For now, though, I’m stuck thinking of some useful toys. Here are some top ideas for your baskets.

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Making my children’s Easter Baskets is honestly super exciting for me! Celebrating Easter, the resurrection of Christ, is my favorite holiday. I love talking with my children about the story of Christ’s gift of salvation. My kids love Easter because they like getting fun toys and candy. I mean, can you blame them though. As a child my favorite holiday being Easter. The joy of running around collecting eggs with my brother. Then finding your basket! It was also hidden super well and if you found your siblings you had to leave it alone! No telling, they had to find it on their own. My kids also love the thrill of locating their Easter baskets. This year Crayola has some amazing, affordable new treats to stuff your baskets with.

Crayola’s Kid-Powered Spray Art is more fun then you may image. This sprayer comes with 2 neon spray paint bottles and 2 stencil sheets. You can free form spray or use the stencil sheets. Both are fun and allow your child to express themselves with bright colors in a safe way. What is amazing about this product is you can spray on the sidewalk, grass or snow! No matter the season or where you live you can spray to your hearts content.

Crayola’s Kid-Powered Spray Kit is only $14.99 and will make any kid jump for joy when they see it next to their basket this Easter Sunday.



My children, along with pretty much every other child, loves to play with chalk. Chalk by Crayola is always made with non-toxic and high quality materials. Crayola’s chalk brings the bright colors you see in the stick onto the sidewalk with the luster and brightness you desire. This spring Crayola is pleased to introduce their new Color Your Heroes Washable Sidewalk Chalk kits. Each kits contains the perfect color palette for you to recreate the scenes and characters from your favorite movies. Now available in:

These Color Your Hero Sidewalk Chalk sets are only $2.99 each! Hurry over to Crayola’s website and snag a few today


For 2017 Crayola has some super fun new products, including their Color Wonder Mess Free On-The-Go packs. Any parent that has used any of the color wonder products knows the value they carry. You can have your child color, in marker, to their hearts content but not staining any of their coloring, your tables/walls or their skin! The special Color Wonder markers only show up on Color Wonder paper. This magic like situation has changed art time in our home. I can let them color while I go to the dishes or laundry without worrying about a mess occurring. I have been faithfully using the Color Wonder line for a while now. Crayola has now introduced their On-The-Go packs that are perfect to keep in your car, diaper bags or purse. This way you are always prepared with a clean activity to keep your kids busy when out and about. Taking up little space and easily holding the markers and paper for later use, these On-The-Go packs will be perfect for your Easter Basket this year. These kits come in the following themes:

These Color Wonder On-The-Go packs are only $6.99 right now, be sure to head over to Crayola’s website to order some for your Easter baskets.


Crayola Air Marker Sprayer


With the 2016 holiday rush starting up, now is the time to start collecting your holiday gifts. Crayola is making it easy tree-crayolaon us (once again) with a fresh new line of perfect gifts for the busy kids in your life. With technology constantly around us, it’s essential that you take a step back and allow the kids in your life the chance to use their imaginations without a screen. Crayola is keeping up with their minds and trends with their new line of fun products, including the Air Marker Sprayer Kit!

This Air Marker Sprayer plugs directly into your wall, needing no batteries or special adapters. This gives the kids hours of entertainment without worrying about having to recharge or chance batteries.  It is super easy to set up with the twist n’ load feature, which keeps the marker in place during use. The dual-action trigger on the machine allows the child to spray using either push or pull. This is great of children who’s motor skills may be a bit behind or still developing. Helping them to use the machine in a comfortable to they manner.


The Air Marker Sprayer comes with 5 markers (pip-squeaks style -which has many more colors and refill available for purchase) and 2 stencils, 10-sheets of plain paper and the Air Marker Sprayer. This kit has all the basics to get your kid creative right away. No special add on kits needed to enjoy this fun new product. If you want to buy more markers to increase their options and to replace ones that may have been used up check out Crayola.com for all the Pip-Squeak options.

User Tip: Be sure not to kink the air tubing. If the tubing gets pinched somewhere the machine will start to vibrate on the table. Also, the air will not be getting to the marker so it will not come out correctly. Just watch that tubing friends 🙂


Fun Holiday Projects using Crayola’s Air Marker Sprayer

  • Holiday notes/cards to friends and family
  • Make a paper tree and spray out ornaments
  • Read a holiday book as a family and recreate one of the pages out of the book
  • Work on spelling new words (like: Snow, Wreath, Gift, Present, Hope, Joy…)
  • and whatever else you can think up! The options are really endless!


Crayola Back To School 2016

Crayola Doodle Scents

With the summer winding down we have to face reality and the fact that it’s officially back to school season. Sign and moan, cheer and grin, each person has their own thoughts and emotions that go along with the back to school season. I love back to school season for a few different reasons, mostly because I know that my kids love learning.

I was talking to my best friend about sending our children back to school the other day. She lives in Texas and her children go to a private school. Just like my little girl, her children are incredibly bright and love all of their lessons at The Fay School. A lot of parents find that private school is ideal for academically gifted children, so once my daughter grows up, I will have to do some research to see whether a private school might be a good fit for her too.

Anyway, when my daughter started preschool last year she was excited but didn’t really know why. This fall she will be attending preschool again and she is fully aware of the awesomeness that comes with school. She is starting a new school with all new students in her class. She is a very social girl, so I don’t have to fret over her too much. But I do want to make sure that she is prepared as well as she can be. Knowing that I have Crayola on my side, puts us on the right track for success for this school year.

Crayola Finding Dory

Look for Crayola products online at Amazon or at your local big box retailer for the latest back to school products

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Each year Crayola features all the back to school basics that our children will need to succeed. From the childhood basics like crayons and markers, the more advanced products like easels and art kits, I know that with Crayola I can find the products that are on my list. By keeping up with what is new and popular Crayola provides us with themed products like Frozen, Shopkins, Finding Dory, Minions and Star Wars. The added bonus of seeing a favorite character on your marker makes your child’s imagination soar. Giving them the creative juices they need to make their new masterpiece.

Our favorite back to school supply this year are Crayola’s new Doodle Scents. These hilarious scented markers brought back so much nostalgia and memories for me. I fondly remember sitting around drawing doodles with my little brother (who is now a teacher mind you) and giggling as we joyfully sniffed at our scented markers. In the past few decades the science and creativity behind these markers has really amazed me. When my daughter started scrambling trying to get all the lids off to smell each and every maker I couldn’t help but be filled with excited with her. Then we came across a marker with an elephant trunk and a hairy brown character. She shouted out, “it’s elephant poop!” I didn’t believe her at first, but after glancing at the image and taking a deep whiff myself, I laughed along with her, because it surely was a poop scented marker (click here to see an Instagram video of this moment). Thinking like a child and creative perfect products for them is how Crayola has maintained the powerhouse they are today. Don’t delay and pick up your Crayola products today!

2015 Back To School Giveaway

Welcome to the 2015 Back To School Giveaway!

Hosted by: MamatheFox & Planet Weidknecht

This year we are pleased to bring you a super awesome package from 6 different sponsors: WryBaby, Crayola, LunchSkins by 3greenmomsI See MeCapresso & Teach My!

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Grand Prize worth $264!

(1) Lucky winner will win ALL of the following:

From Wry Baby: choice of 2 Backpacks! ($50 value)



From Crayola: ($39 value)

24ct Colored Pencils
64ct Crayons
8ct Dry-Erase Crayons
Visi Max Dry Erase Markers
Power Lines Markers
6ct Power Lines Markers

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From LunchSkins by 3greenmoms: ($20 value)

a $20 credit!


From Capresso: ($50 value)

A Personal On-The-Go Coffee Maker

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From I See Me!: ($65 value)


From Teach My: ($40 value)


with additional help by:

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2015 Back To School Giveaway

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Crayola’s My First Crayola Giveaway {hop}

Crayola’s My First Crayola Giveaway

Crayola recently sent me several products to test and review for them. They have graciously allowed me to giveaway a My First Crayola prize pack to one of my readers.

One winner will receive:

Welcome to the [3rd Annual] Showered With Love Event

hosted by the Lindsey Blogs and Viva Veltoro! We all know that April Showers bring May Flowers, but did you know that some of your favorite bloggers have come together throw a huge Shower of our own – a virtual Baby Shower!

The Showered with Love Event will run from April 1-15, giving you plenty of time to enter all of the great Baby Shower inspired giveaways, in the linky below, and don’t miss the two amazing Grand Prizes from our hosts – a Combi Go and Grow Walker, Play Table and Chairs on Lindsey Blogs and an amazing New Baby Prize Package featuring products from Piyo Piyo, Lulujo, ZOOCCHINI, Poncho Baby, and Bitybean on Viva Veltoro!

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So Easy Being Green, Viva Veltoro, and the Showered with Love participating bloggers are not responsible for sponsors who do not fulfill prize obligations.

Crayola Outdoor Collection Review

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Crayola Outdoor Collection Review

Crayola asked me to review several outdoor items for them this spring. While I was excited to receive our goodies, I believe my daughter was a tad more excited. “CHALK!!!!” She yelled when she saw what was in the package. These Ohio winters are beautiful but a kid needs to get outside and soak in the fresh air and sunshine. Now with spring slowly approaching and as the days hit a balmy 35 we coat up and head outside. Yes, 35 degrees Fahrenheit is outdoor weather is Ohio 😉

Crayola Sidewalk Chalk Mega Pack

The Crayola Mega Pack comes with 4 types of chalk: glitter, neon, color core, and tie dye.

  • Glitter : Razzle Dazzle Red, Sparklin’ Orange, Gleamin’ Green
  • Neon: Laser Lemon, Shocking Pink, Extreme Blue
  • Color Core: Imbedded Red, Sunny Side Up, Inner Blue-ty
  • Tie Dye: Flower Power, Right-On Red, Groovey Bloovy

My children and I enjoyed all of the 4 varieties that were included in this pack. Each had its own fun and unique characteristics.  The glittery really puts glitter on the ground! I thought the sparkle was just a visual effect on the chalk stick, but to my pleasant surprise the glitter is mixed in such a way that it appears on the sidewalk as you draw. The neon is just what is says it is, neon! Bright, bold and full of excitement. Color core has a colored center and a while outside. This gives your drawling a boarder like feeling; giving them depth and a new twist on sidewalk art. Tie dye goes from one color to another, a true to life tie dye effect. Purchase this set here.

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Sidewalk Chalk 48 ct.

“Create BIG outdoor art with the ONLY sidewalk chalk in bright, bold Crayola crayon colors! The Anti-Roll shape keeps sticks handy without rolling away and produces fine lines or broad strokes that simply wash away with water. Includes 48 Sidewalk Chalk sticks in exclusive Crayola crayon colors.”

This huge box of chalk has every color your little artist could dream up. From basics like red and green, to dandelion and wisteria, along with their new additions: pink flamingo, sunset orange, sunglow, fern, caribbean green, and pacific blue. Anything is possible with this large collection of chalk. This set of 48 features the anti-roll feature, which is such a treat. With traditional chalk, being barrel shaped, it has a tendency to roll off under the car, into the muck, or, heaven-forbid, into the street. This set of chalk is specially designed having 4 sides so that they chalk will not have the opportunity to roll off. This also makes it easier for small hands to hold. And in true Crayola fashion, it’s washable! Purchase it here.


Chalk Grab ‘N Go Games: Bean Bag Toss

“Dominate the driveway or sidewalk with this challenging Bean Bag Toss game! Includes chalk, instructions and 2 bean bags – everything you need to create & play.”

Bean bag toss, corn-hole, bags…whatever you call it, you know you want to play it. More importantly your children want to play it too. This easy and fun Grab ‘N Go Game is perfect for your children this summer. When the adults are playing in the yard you can give this perfectly priced ($6.99) kit to your kids and hours of entertainment is at hand. They simply use the chalk (4 chalk sticks included) to drawn a board on any chalk-safe surface. The kit includes 2 child-sized bags. The bags are just under 3 inches x 3 inches. The perfect size for any toddler or child. Being smaller in size also makes them lighter and easier for a child to toss.

Simply draw the boards allowing for one or two targets. Assign point value for each hole & area of board. Use the chalk to keep score right next to your board. If you children are just don’t even worry about keeping score! Just tossing those bags around is the fun part for them. And as always, it’s washable! Wipe your score and start a new game. Easily many hours of entertainment.

This is a great way to challenge kids and allows them to by physically active. Active play is an important key to a healthy future. Purchase this game here.

Bean Bag 3

Chalk Grab ‘N Go Games: Obstacle Course

“Test your skills on your own custom obstacle course with Crayola’s Sidewalk Chalk Grab ‘n Go Games Obstacle Course! Includes 4 sticks of Washable Sidewalk Chalk, detailed instructions and 4 course markers – everything you need to create, play and compete on your driveway or sidewalk.”

My kids love to GO! They are movers and shakers. Staying still is not in a 2 or 1 year old’s skill set. This is the perfect activity to keep those little bodies playing in a safe, fun and healthy way. You can purchase this game here.

Take the chalk which is provided and draw your own fun course as you and your child see fit. We made a curvy line. The orange squares are where you stop to touch your toes. The yellow circles you stop and hop up and down. Collect the cones as you go. My daughter likes skipping back and forth the most. Create the game however you see fit! Endless entertainment and you can be as creative as you desire.

obsticle course

Now that you have seen how awesome all these Crayola Outdoor products are, you have the chance to win some swag of your own! Enter here for a chance to win all the items reviewed above!

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Crayola “My First Crayola” – Review

Crayola “My First Crayola” – Review

I was chosen to review several My First Crayola products by Crayola. Having a 2 year old and a 1 year old, the My First Crayola product line is perfect for my family. I am able to allow my children to play, use their imagination, and incorporate all of their senses in a safe and non-messy environment.

I am not a ‘clean freak’ necessarily but the thought of allowing my children to use paint or markers scares me. I see how they act with pasta sauce, peanut butter & jelly sandwiches, really all food… I practically get sick thinking of paint or marker all over my dining room or their bodies and clothing. That was until I was exposed to My First Crayola products. The amazing team at Crayola has created a clean and fun line of products I can happily place in my toddlers hands without 50 wet rags on standby.

My First Crayola Egg Crayons

My First Crayola Egg Crayon


My First Crayola Scribbled Egg Crayons are solid crayon colors in a fun, easy-to-grip shape! These whimsical art tools are both colorful and full of color-and made to outlast toddlerhood! Includes 3 Scribbled Egg Crayons.”

egg crayonsThis pack of crayons comes with a yellow, blue, and red egg-shaped crayon. My son was so excited that he was able to hold onto a crayon like his big sister. He watches her color all the time and gets upset when he is unable to hold the crayon or drops it due to his less developed motor skills. These egg-shaped crayons are perfect for small hands learning how to hold. Once he gained enough confidence holding the crayon, he started to try and move it on the page to color. Seeing his reaction when he saw marks on the page was priceless. He is still at the age where he wants to try to put all items in his mouths. I can rest assured knowing that all the Crayola products are non-toxic and safe for both my children.

My First Busy Bag Art Kit

Busy Bag 1


“It’s an art kit that is designed to be just right for little hands. All-in-one kit contains creative tools for the budding artist, everything they need for coloring, drawing, painting and creative dough sculpting is neatly arranged in a durable storage case that’s always ready to go. Recommended for ages 3 and up. Kit Includes: Durable plastic art case, 6 washable triangular crayons, 4 washable markers, 3 dough colors (total 5.2 oz.), Dough-storage tub, Mini pad, 24 activity sheets.”

My daughter was beyond thrilled when she saw that she was going to be able to play with colored dough. She asked for her scissors immediately (not included; available here). This kit has a little bit of everything for your tiny artist. The activity sheets have beautiful, fun pictures featuring animals, playground scenes, automobiles, and loads of other pictures which will spark your child’s imagination so they can make it their own.

This set features triangular shaped crayons which are developmentally appropriate for young children. While a 3 year old is able to hold a circular crayon, the triangular shape helps their fingers find the correct placement for their fingers. This placement allows them to build confidence in themselves and their ability to draw and write independently. A large majority of us remember those days back in early elementary school, trying to learn the “right way” to hold our pencil. These triangular shaped crayons help kids naturally figure out this necessary skill.

Secure TipMarkers, what can I say? I have a love/hate relationship with them. They are bold. They are exciting. They are messy! Once in a while I need to take a deep breath and let the kids use them. They are beyond elated when getting to use that coveted marker. The first thing my daughter likes to do it repeatedly ‘stab’ the paper with the blunt tip end of a marker. That full arm strength jab. Typically a marker is ‘dead’ after one session with my marker aggressive daughter; the tip is shoved completely inside the tube so I toss it in the trash. These markers, however, are not your average marker. These markers have a special short and rounded tip. This allows for a child to press as hard as they want on the paper but without permanently damaging the marker! Genius! I applaud Crayola with this one ::insert light golf clap:: Crayola has named these markers their Secure Tip; the tips cannot be pinched off or crushed.

My First Crayola Mess-Free Marker and Paper

Max with Moo Moo

Magically reveal colorful patterns with this mess-free marker and paper set! Cute character marker is designed to fit neatly in a toddler’s palm grip. Instantly reveals colorful patterns on the magic paper. Clear ink colors only on magic paper-not on skin, walls or fabric. Includes 1 mess-free character marker and 15 sheets of magic paper. Refill paper available at Crayolastore.com

This product was made for moms like me. I adore it. My children adore it. Best of all, it is affordable.

The beauty of this type of product is that you can let your child play with a ‘marker’ without having it end up all over your dining room table…their hands…arms…clothing… I am able to safely walk away to wash a few dishes without worrying that my 2 year old is drawing a beard on my 1 year old. The freedom is priceless. What amuses me the most about this particular mess-free product is the design on the paper. It makes me remember the black sheets of paper we had in elementary school. We were given sharp wooden sticks (wow…schools were practically handing out weapons in the 80’s!) to scratch off the designs and pictures we wanted. I can have my children experience something similar, but without a weapon that could literally poke an eye out.

As soon as I opened the package my 2 year old asked for the “moo-moo cow”. I then realized that she was asking for the drawing utensil, which has a cow design. Having an engaging picture, as simple as it might seem, was a very smart move on Crayola’s end. My daughter can verbalize with which Crayola product she wants to play.

Most adults today grew up using Crayola crayons. We are familiar with them for this reason, but they are so much more then just a crayon manufacturer. They make tools for imaginations, because the “power of creativity starts here”.

Love these products? Want to purchase them right away? Click the links below to order directly from Crayola, or just look for them at your local retailer that carries Crayola.

My First Crayola Egg Crayons

My First Busy Bag Art Kit

My First Crayola Mess-Free Marker and Paper

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 Now that you have seen how wonderful these products are head over to the giveaway!

(Runs 4/1/15 – 4/15/15; open to US)

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