Review & Giveaway {Closed}

Did you know there is a world of pencil cases? Seriously . . . entire websites dedicated to pencil cases. I was so excited to review this Pencil ‘Roll’ because everything at is so NEAT. Talk about some perfect stocking stuffers . . . for public schoolers and homeschoolers alike! Hey, even Dad’s desk at work or Mom’s purse could benefit from one of their products!

I received their Kaleidoscope Asian Roll Pencil Case in the mail and it is beautiful! The colors are so vibrant. The case is a teal shade and would work well for a boy or a girl (or a momma ;)).

The quality is also top notch. It’s extremely thick fabric with very sturdy stitching. My toddler immediately ‘tested’ it with his teeth when I took it out of the box, and there has been no damage between my 3 little boys fighting over it. (Which, trust me, is a testament to quality).

When you unroll the pencil case, there is a sturdy zipper compartment that my son likes to store his erasers and pencil grips in. The pencil compartments are sewn in such a way that a regular No. 2 pencil fits nicely. However, my son’s jumbo pencils and even slim markers fit just fine. There is a flap to cover those sharp points of your pencils when not in use as well.

Our favorite use for this case has been church because it doesn’t make noise and you only take one pencil out at a time. When I bring a bag of pencils and markers to church, they are usually all over the place! This case makes travel quite tidy.

Overall this case has great quality and amazing customer service from the folks over at I’ll definitely be adding them to my bookmarks bar!

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  1. I would like to be more organized than I am currently. I love to organize but find that there is not much time in my schedule for that. We have two three-drawer plastic cabinets that house pencils, crayons, markers, colored pencils, etc. I like this idea for taking to church and other quiet places. Thank you for the review.

  2. We moved last August and I still haven’t gotten the home organized the way I would like. I do have all the rooms organized but i need to get the closets done too.
    My daughter can NEVER find a pencil but I know we have them everywhere.

  3. We are pretty organized around here, most days. 🙂 I try to keep all our diff pencils, colored pencils, pens, crayons, paintbrushes etc in separate neat mugs or tins that I’ve gathered over the years. They all stay on a shelf under our art easel for the kiddos to easily access. My son has a lamo cheap pencil case from the store and would love a really NEAT one from this site!!! So thank you for a chance at the win!!

  4. Beautiful!! I have a 14 year old daughter that always carries plastic pencil case with her because she is always writing. This would be much easier! Thanks for sharing!

  5. Very cool! We will begin homeschooling our kids next year and i am only beginning to see how much organizing needs to be done! What a cool idea!

  6. I m organised yet its difficult to manage pencils and other stationery iteams. Being a mother of 3 year old kid i keep cleaning the home but it again becomes messy.. Coll pencil case can help me to be organised..

  7. My pens and pencils always disappear… poof! gone. Although, i’ve found a few from time to time in the heater vents, or chewed up in the back yard from the lawn mower 🙂

  8. I thought i was organized. That was before I had kids and before I started homeschooling! If I have a place for something, I’m fine, it’s just a matter of getting a system set up…

  9. What a great way to keep pencils stored neatly instead of those bulky pencil boxes. This would be a great way to take them in car without having to worry about the pencil boxes tipping over and spilling out all over the floor of the truck.

  10. Ha! Pencil organization at my house is I have all of the pencils up on top of the bookshelf where only I can reach. The kids each have a box they keep theirs in. If I don’t hide them, they all get sharpened, broken, etc. I give them out as they are needed.

  11. I’m not so good at organizing. LOL I try to be but it seems like pens and pencil’s are always getting up and walking away.

  12. I try to be really organized in our home and think I do a pretty good job, but I am guessing that since we are starting to homeschool this summer, my skills are about to be put to the test!

  13. this would solve my problem of never closing the pencil/marker/crayon bag. No more melted crayons on clean out the car days….

  14. Hah! Organized? in my thoughts or in reality? 😉
    pencils tend to disappear around here, in spite of having “places” for them. (worst culprit is the Middlest child… sigh… He could use something like this!)

  15. We’re always losing pencils! I’m constantly packing them upstairs, and downstairs also. This would be handy 🙂

  16. My best chances at finding pencils are to look for ones one the floor. I am so disorganized that I make my girl search in between the couch cushions for pencils and erasers when a floor search provides no results.

  17. I am very particular about my pencils, so I have a case that is just mine that I keep stocked with sharp pencils with good erasers. Even with this system in place, gremlins still manage to find them and steal or dull them, or worse yet, USE MY ERASERS!! 😛 So I find myself buying them a dozen or so at a time.

  18. I was super organized in my life before children & homeschooling. Now, I lose pencils and pens left and right. I like to think I’m organized but I’m perhaps the least organized person I know!

  19. My daughter can NEVER find her pencils, colored pencils or markers. It always amazes me how I can buy a brand new package and less than a week later everything is MIA! 🙂

  20. Not very organized. It always seems like I am losing pens and pencils. It would be great to win one.

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