Giveaway: Stubby Pencil Studio

by Sara Tams of sarah + abraham

For our next giveaway, in honor of Earth Day tomorrow, Kate Rosenthal of Stubby Pencil Studio is offering two great prizes to one lucky winner:

Earth Friendly Nature Bag: 1 recycled rubber wood magnifier, 4 soy crayons, hemp twine, 8 color cards, 2 leaf viewers, 1 recycled mini notepad, 1 recycled denim pencil, 1 organic cotton blindfold + the activity booklet. Ages: 3 to 12.

Activity Workbook Kit, Trees: Children will love to learn about nature and the environment through this jumbo activity workbook made from 100% recycled paper. The book has 240 pages of fun, skill-building exercises. Drawstring cotton bag includes: 1 Tall Trees activity workbook, 12 eco-friendly color pencils, and 1 graphite Smencil. Ages: PreK to Grade 1.


Leave a comment below letting us know what you’ll do to celebrate Earth Day tomorrow.

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This giveaway will close at 12pm CST on Sunday, April 25th. One winner will be chosen randomly from all of the comments. The winner will not be notified by email, so be sure to check back to find out if you’ve won. The winner will be announced on Monday, April 26th. All prizes must be claimed within one week of the announcement.

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  1. Karen says:

    I think we’ll celebrate the day by enjoying being outside!! Although PBS has some earth day specials on so we’ll probably check out some of those cute kids shows! My students read 100 books to save some woodland through Scholastic… I was pretty proud of them!

  2. Christine says:

    What we do everyday…play outside and enjoy God’s creation. I have a 5, 4 and 1 year old that I am homeschooling and we are always looking for fabulous nature projects, what a great giveaway! My kids would love it.

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