By Andrew Liszewski
If you’ve got kids, you’ve got crayons. And if you’ve got crayons, you’ve probably got a big container of tiny crayon nubs that are even too small for kid fingers. But Crayola themselves now have a way for you to recycle all those worn down bits into new crayons, mixing and mashing whatever colors you like together.
If you’re a stickler for color purity there’s nothing stopping you from making boring single-colored crayons again. But the truly adventurous out there will be cooking up tie-dye inspired creations, thinking outside the limits of the crayon box. Amazon’s got it for just $19.95 right now, but I suspect you’ll easily be able to find one at your local toy store once the Christmas rush is over.