OTOTO marshmallow

Do you spend your workdays thinking of camping and playing in the great outdoors? Being stuck in an office can be a bummer when all you really want to do is make some s’mores and kick back by a campfire.

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OTOTO Marshmallow in hand

The Marshmallow Pencil is shaped like a stick with a soft pink marshmallow stuck onto the end. The marshmallow is, in fact, an eraser.

Designed by Elinor Portnoy for Ototo, the Marshmallow pencil is a sweetly rustic office tool. Sharpening the end of the stick makes it look even more like a natural stick.

Although the eraser doesn’t quite look good enough to eat, the pencil is undeniably cute. And when you’re just dying to get back to nature, the campfire-like pencil might help to ease your office blues.

“Writing takes a sweet turn as you write your notes with marshmallow pencil. Writing takes a sweet turn with Marshmallow pencil and eraser. So fun, you’ll definitely want more!”‘

OTOTO pasta monster

Other products from OTOTO are similarly cute, offering opportunities to turn virtually every detail of your home into an adorable scene full of tiny characters and tongue-in-cheek references.

Check out the Pasta Monsters serving tongs:

“From the depths of your kitchen,
Pasta Monsters appears at the drop of a dime
to assist you with dinner time.
Used together or apart,
Pasta Monsters make sure dinner is off the chart!”

OTOTO nessie ladle

The Nessie Ladle:

“Believe it or not, out of the deep pot comes Nessie!
Diving into your favorite soup or standing by ready to use,
a legendary time in the kitchen is guaranteed.”

OTOTO Tea sub

The Tea Sub:

“The Tea-Sub submerges tea leaves to the bottom of your cup creating the perfect infusion of your favorite brew.
This cheerful infuser makes drinking loose leaf tea as easy as using teabags – fill the infuser’s compartment with loose tea and enjoy!”

OTOTO clean dreams sponge holder

The Clean Dreams sponge holder:

“Once the dishes are clean and bright, lay your sponge in its bed
and let it sleep tight.”