Friday, March 18, 2011

Ideas going down the drain?

Ian and I come from a one bedroom apartment of deep thinkers. Consequently, we both seem to do our best thinking in the shower. Plenty of time to think while you wash your hair, etc. When we first moved into the apartment, we both established that the shower thinking was a problem because we would be so evolved in the shower and then forget EVERY idea we had once we got out. Since both of our careers revolve around being constantly inspired, we found a solution to this problem: bathtub crayons!



We've had our bathtub crayons for awhile now and they solve all the issues of shower thinking! You have a cup full of crayons and a HUGE blank canvas of shower wall to write and draw all over. haha Plus they're easy to wash off.


You can find the Crayola Bathtub Crayons at Target in the baby department with the bubble bath. They're totally worth it, especially for all of us deep thinkers. ;) Your random awesome ideas will never go down the drain again. :)


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P.S. Please excuse the poor quality of the images. Obviously my bathroom doesn't have the best lighting and I had the trickiest time with my white balance in there. Just so you know it's just the images, not that my bathtub is icky. hahahaha Did I actually just write this disclaimer? I think I did. lol

7 comments:

craft said...

when I get my own home I'll totally do this :)

nova said...

THAT IS BRILLIANT! I'm so getting some of them. I use the shower to get rid of a bad attitude, how great would it be to write down my worries and watch them wash down the drain?

:)

Vintage Love and Photographs said...

Cute! I just might have to pick up some!

heyrenee said...

genius idea! crayola has dry-erase crayons too, that I use to make notes on mirrors, etc. Regular dry-erase marker work for that too obviously, and my friend use to use grease pencils.

angela said...

i must own some of these....

larissa said...

That is SUCH a good idea! I used to keep an expo marker handy when I lived with my parent's. I would draw all over the shower door and then my parents replaced the smooth door with one with tons of surface "embellishments" and the marker stopped coming off. No more expos in the shower. But these crayons were clearly made for that purpose. I'm totally going to get these just to draw all over my boring bathtub walls.

zooeylovesbugs said...

GREAT idea!! I'm gonna have to do that because I have the same problem!