Crayola Will Turn Your Kid’s Drawing Into a Stuffed Animal

Rudie Obias
Crayola Imaginables
Crayola Imaginables / Crayola Imaginables

Crayola wants to help bring your child’s imagination to life. The art supply giant just launched Crayola Imaginables, a new service that turns a child’s drawing—no matter how bizarre—into a plush toy or stuffed animal.

All you need to do is take a picture of your child’s drawing and upload it to the Crayola Imaginables website. (They’ll even let you send it via email or text message.) Crayola will then turn that drawing into a one-of-a-kind, handmade toy with the help of professional designers, tailors, and sewists, who will try to improve and maintain its original shape, colors, and overall appearance. Four weeks later, you’ll have a 16-inch plush version of the original drawing.

The service has a flat rate of $129 per toy, but Crayola is offering an online special for $89 until mid-June. If you’re not happy with the finished result, you can re-upload a second attempt of the drawing for an additional $40.

[h/t Gizmodo]