If your house is anything like ours, then somewhere in it there is a huge container of crayons. These crayons have been acquired over the years from restaurants, birthday parties, school supplies, gifts, and the likes. And, if you’re fanatical about crayons, like I am, you’ve purchased the 120 pack with macaroni & cheese, timberwolf, asparagus, tickle me pink, and wisteria in it. In our container with these new whimsical colours are the crayons that date back to when I was using them as a child. Many of them are broken into bits and pieces that most would say are no longer of useful. However, with a bit of creativity, Eleanor, my 16 month old, and I turned these old crayons into new treasures.