Your Kid's Crafts Bin Isn't Complete Without These Eco-Friendly Art Supplies

April 14, 2011 by momcourtenay
shefinds | Kids

Have a kid who likes to draw, paint or color? It’s never too early to teach your budding Picasso that even his/her masterpieces can be created responsibly. Get creative without impacting the earth by investing in these environmentally-friendly art supplies for children (and you, too!).

Clementine natural crayons ($7) are made with soy, and contain no dyes or additives. Besides being all-natural alternative, they spread, blend and layer easily, making coloring even more fun.

GLOB’s botanically-crafted arts supplies–like this paint set ($20)– are made from fruits, vegetables, flowers and spices. They come in convenient shake jars that make it easy to just add water and get started.

These jumbo eco-pencils ($9) from Faber Castell are produced with 100% FSC certified reforested wood, and guarantee exceptional quality and brilliant colors.

During April we’ll be highlighting luxurious, eco-friendly products for you and your baby every day. Follow the eco-friendly tag to see all our best “green” finds.

Find more of the best baby blankets in our buying guides.

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