As a kid, it was always so exciting to get new art and school supplies - particularly if they were just a little special. These items are perfect for inspiring the young artist in your family!
Metallic Jumbo Pencils - These are so soft and oh, so shiny! The five colors are just a little unusual too - definitely not your every day colored pencil fare. Pick up some black paper if you want to get really crafty - these really pop on dark backgrounds.
Magic FX Jumbo Pencil Neon - It's always so much fun to see little faces light up when they pick up this pencil! The barrel is glittery and black, while the core is bright neon that writes in a rainbow of colors. The core is harder than other colored pencils too, which makes it great for little hands that press very hard. (P.S. This also comes in three other varieties!)
Swisscolor Colored Pencil Set - This set just feels so special - it's packaged in the happiest bright red tin which makes it feel that much more like a special keepsake. The colored pencils are wonderfully bright, and as an added bonus they are water-soluble, so your artist can create beautiful watercolor paintings as well as colorful drawings.
Tombow 2558 HB - Sometimes you need something a little better than a drugstore pencil to give you the extra edge on a test. The 2558 pencil by Tombow is just that - it writes beautifully and has excellent point retention and a fantastic eraser. And it's an HB, making it a great standardized testing pencil! The mauve ferrule is a really nice touch, too.
Thermoplastic Eraser - It's not often that you come across an eraser that looks cool and is functional. The tiny corners and thin edges of this eraser allow for erasing tiny things, while the indented middle gives it the perfect grip. And the colors are just so fun!
The Pencil - Obviously a pencil-y holiday gift needs pencil-y story time to go with it! This is one of our favorite books ever - it tells the story of a lonely little pencil who draws a wonderful world around him! Charmingly illustrated, and sure to inspire a child to draw a world of their own.