Bright Yellow Crayola Crayon Kids Lamp
Crayons were first manufactured in 1903 by Edwin Binney, whose schoolteacher wife, Alice, came up with the name "Crayola" for the product. Aside from being one of the most beloved items of American childhood, Crayola crayons have one of the most recognized scents in the world. Which brings us to why we've upcycled this bright yellow thermos into a one-of-a-kind kids lamp. Mounted on a square wood base and topped with a new 10" bottom blue fabric lampshade, the lamp is 19" high and takes a 60watt bulb.
-- Yellow plastic Crayola thermos base
-- 10" bottom new blue fabric lampshade that clips onto a regular lightbulb
-- Lamp is 19" high from bottom of base to top of lampshade
-- All new wiring and lamp parts -- 60 watt max.
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