In my opinion, everything is better if it comes with a cute little case. Including crayons.
What was the occasion for such a cute little case, you ask? Well, Ike and I had plans to spend some time with these two gals at their home in Hershey, PA (you might remember those adorable faces from their visit to Maine last summer.)
And if there is anything better than one cute case, it is two cute cases. One for Erin (the sweet girl pictured on the left, not me) and her little sister Nora.
I decided to make matching crayon rolls and identify them with an “E” and an “N.” These girls are well behaved, but I didn’t want any crayon-roll competition or envy. I have experience with sisters, so I know how these things work.
I used this cute butterfly print that I’ve had on hand for a while. It was just waiting for the perfect occasion. And the polka-dot print is left over from Ike’s quilt binding.
I should note that, as usual, this is far from an original idea. I saw it first when Kim made up her own version for colored pencils, and then I found this great tutorial and followed it closely. It was as easy as could be—I made two in less than an hour.
The girls seemed quite pleased with their crayon rolls. So, if you are sewing savvy, you should definitely consider this project for the kiddos in your life.
Do you appreciate a cute little case as much as I do?