Eco-friendly Edible Crayons by Luxirare

We wouldn’t know anyone who would actually thought of popping a crayon into his or her mouth. But we think it’s cool if you can eat what you draw and then perhaps you’ll think of eating your crayons. A mysterious woman, Ji from Luxirare.com, thinks the same and she’s created edible crayons that actually function as ordinary ones.

We wouldn’t know anyone who would actually thought of popping a crayon into his or her mouth. But we think it’s cool if you can eat what you draw and then perhaps you’ll think of eating your crayons. A mysterious woman, Ji from Luxirare.com, thinks the same and she’s created edible crayons that actually function as ordinary ones.

Her edible crayons are hand-made health bars featuring a wide variety of colorful ingredients such as freeze dried strawberries and raspberries for red coloring, dried carrots and apricot for orange, kiwi and pistachio for green and almonds and prunes for brown.

While these edible crayons are mostly healthy, there are some Fruity Pebbles in the mix just to add some extra sweetness to them. You can imagine people’s surprise on seeing you eating your crayons. However, don’t give these edible crayons to your kids, because you’ll never know when the kids replace the unique crayons with ordinary ones.

The ingredients are pressed together in a mold and sealed with a sweet bond of melted marshmallow. After drying, they are packaged with paper crayon tubes and inserted into a simple white box in the shape of the classic crayola crayon design. The result is stunning in both packaging design and flavor, showcasing healthy creativity of the author.

p.s. We want to notice that everything is done perfectly at Luxirare.com, the sleek branding and all the attention to detail. In this day and age of mass consumption and production, it’s so rare. Great idea, Ji, we love it. [Luxirare via Trend Hunter]

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