Review: Crayola Sticker Design Studio

My kids and I were super excited to review the Crayola Sticker Design Studio. Crayola sent it to us for review. The Sticker Design Sudio is really versatile and can be used on many different surfaces.

What Comes In the Box?
The box was quite full when we got it. That is because it came with a lot of supplies. It comes with: 1 transfer mat, 3 bottles premium neon tempera paint, 1 pattern design tool, 1 roller, 3 nozzles, 2 stencil sheets, 4 blank sticker sheets, 6 pre-cut sticker sheets, 3 foam sticker sheets, 1 plastic sheet, and 1 design guide. Not everything is needed for every project, but all the parts provide for lots of different projects.
How Does It Work?
We followed along with the instructions in the book and made lots of different projects. We stamped with the foam stickers,  painted pencils, applied the paint to stickers, used stencils and made patterns on the mat.

This is definitely a messy tool and we prepared for it by having cardboard down and a sheet. I told my kids to be very careful with the paint.

The whole magic of the sticker design studio is in the transfer mat. Paint is squirted onto it. Then the roller is used spread the paint. The paint can be spread in a line or side to side to create a tye dye effect.
What happens next depends on the type of project that is being created. To create a sticker, sticker paper or a pre-cut sticker is applied to the mixed up paint.
If a pencil, canvas, or material is being used the project is directly applied to the paint. We used pencils and my kids loved them.
If the foam stickers are being used to created a design the foam sticker is attached to the included plastic blue square. The negative image or the stamped design can be used. I tried both of them.
Here is the stamped design. I was not supposed to, but got a little paint on the plastic. It got onto my card. I ended up using the mistake to create a frame for the card.
We also tried using the pattern tool to make a design. We messed up the first time and pressed too hard, but after that the design came out wonderful!
To make the stencil design the stencil is place on the mat and then the paint is applied. Then the roller is used to roll the paint.
Here is how the design turned out. I really liked the color coordination.

What Did I think?
Here are all our finished products. The sheets of paper with the patterns could have been applied to surfaces or stickers to put on other surfaces. My favorite things we made were the stickers. My kids favorites were the pencils. The possibilities with this set are endless. I LOVED the bright colors included in the set. They made for some really pretty patterns.
We loved the sticker design studio and my kids are already asking to paint some more items. I think the more we use this the better we would get at it. It is definitely something that takes some practice.
Some recommendations I would make in the future for myself would be:
  • If I wanted a more cohesive color scheme and was mixing 3 colors I would clean the roller off in between rolling two colors together to keep the two colors that are not by each other from mixing.
  • I would trace the free hand stickers out, the rainbow is a bit lopsided.
  • I would be more careful when stamping.
What Would I Change?
The only improvements I would make is the roller to be wider. I found when rolling the paint out sometimes the edges of the roller would take up the paint with it. I would have to go over that area again.

I would definitely recommend this Sticker Design Studio to anyone that loves to paint. You or your kids will love it! Check out Crayola.com to find it.

Collecting Information
Boxes: Crayola Sticker Design Studio
Year: 2017
What's Inside the Box: 1 transfer mat, 3 bottles premium neon tempera paint, 1 pattern design tool, 1 roller, 3 nozzles, 2 stencil sheets, 4 blank sticker sheets, 6 pre-cut sticker sheets, 3 foam sticker sheets, 1 plastic sheet, 1 design guide
Purchase Information: Received from Crayola
Where to buy: Crayola.com
Style Numbers: 74-7217
Code Numbers: 74-7217-0-200
UPC Numbers: 071662172176
Manufacturing Location: Made In China nozzles from Vietnam and paint from USA

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Review: Crayola Signature Markers, Colored Pencils, Gel Pens and Coloring Book

Have you heard of the Crayola Signature collection? When I heard about it I instantly wanted to try it. Crayola was super nice and sent me all of the supplies in the picture below in exchange for an honest review. It was like Christmas when the package came. Seriously. I told my husband over and over again how excited I was. I even went out and bought two more coloring books so my kids could color with me when I was coloring for this review. We have had a fun week coloring at our house. My kids have loved everything.
What Is Crayola Signature?
Crayola Signature is a collection of supplies similar to Crayola Escapes and Aged Up Series made especially for adult coloring. The different sets include; 20 Detailing Gel Pens, 16 Dual Tip Sketch & Detail Markers, 24 or 50 Blend & Shade Colored Pencils, 16 Brush & Detail Dual-Tip Markers, a 40 page Creative Lettering Inspiration Pad, and a Calligraphy Set. I received everything in the above picture to try out.

Each set comes with a beautiful tin. The Gel Pens and Dual Tip Markers fit pretty snug, the colored pencil tin did not. I do not know if it came a little damage and that is why it did not fit. The other two seem to fit fine.
Gel Pen Tin
Dual Tip Marker Tin
Colored Pencil Tin

Inside each tin there are two trays that stack on one another. There are spots in each tray for each supply. The gel pens and markers fit in snug. The pencils do not. The trays are made of a flexible plastic.

Below are some pictures I colored with each set from the coloring book and my review.

Crayola Signature Gel Pens Review and Color List
Did you have Gel Pens when you were young? I did. I threw out my set a couple years ago because they were not working anymore. These Crayola gel pens were hands down better than my other gel pens. Two words: Glitter and Metallic. The effects were amazing! The  gel pens were super pretty and sparkly. This picture does not do them justice. For some reason it is hard to capture glitter on camera. It was my favorite picture I colored. It took the longest and was the hardest on my hand to color, but it turned out beautiful.


The Gel Pens come in Metallic and Glitter. There are 9 Metallic colors and 11 Glitter colors in the package. The Gel Pens come in the same shades with the Metallic colors being lighter. I used both Glitter and Metallic colors in the picture above. I loved the shading effect when I used the glitter and metallic gel pens together.

How did they color? The Glitter Pens were easier to color with. The ink came out easier. I definitely had to apply a fair amount of pressure for both types to color in everything, but less for the Glitter Pens. As it happens fairly often with gel pens, ink does not always come out smoothly. The following tips can be used to help the ink come out better.
  1. Clean tip with Isopropyl Alcohol
  2. Run warm water of the pen
  3. Scribble on another piece of paper.
Even with having to help the ink come out better I LOVED THESE PENS and would highly recommend them. To me they seem to work like a normal gel pen, but the colors are AMAZING.

Color List: Glitter: pink, red, orange, yellow, green, sky blue, blue, violet, gold, silver, black, Metallic: pink, red, orange, gold, green, sky blue, violet, gray, silver
Crayola Signature Colored Pencils Review and Color List
What is special about these colored pencils? Crayola specially formulated them to color on dark paper. The effect is amazing. It looks like coloring with chalk. The pencil has a smoother and thicker laydown than normal colored pencils. The lead goes quickly. I had to sharpen three of them to complete the picture. But that is a good thing. It means the color comes out very smooth.

It was interesting to note that I could color over other colors with black, but I could not color over black. I loved the effect of these colored pencils on the black paper and will definitely be using these again.


Color List: Mahogany, Raspberry, Ruby Red, Red, Red Orange, Orange, Yellow Orange, Light Orange, Harvest Gold, Mango, Goldenrod, Yellow, Lemon Yellow, Lime Green, Yellow Green, Spring Green, Jade Green, Green, Pine Green, Teal, Robin's Egg Blue, Green Blue, Turquoise, Cerulean, Sky Blue, Blue, Light Blue, Violet (Purple), Orchid, Maroon, Mauve, Magenta, Pink, Bubblegum, Salmon, Brown, Light Brown, Peach, Sand, Tan, Bronze Yellow, Dark Brown, Taupe, White, Gray, Cool Gray, Slate, Black
Crayola Signature Dual Tip Markers Review and Color List
The Dual Tip Markers come in 32 colors. I practiced my block lettering, practiced calligraphy skills, and colored a picture. The thin tips were not as thin as a pen, but produced very fine lines. They could also be used to fill in a section, but were a little harder than the other tip. The other tip is a regular Super Tip or Thin Tip marker from Crayola. It can be used to color in sections or think for detail work.

 To make the block letters I used the ultra thin tips. I used both ultra thin and Super Tips for the calligraphy practice. I used a white colored pencil to highlight. It was super fun to learn the techniques and practice. I feel like I could do calligraphy now. I have always done block lettering, but it was very cool to see an official method for it. I loved practicing all the different ways to fill in the letters, add embellishments, and add shadows.

My daughter loved this picture, but there are so many things I could change about it. I usually like to do a test page first to make sure I like all the color combos and such. But I did not do that with this one. I would make the lettering all yellow, and do different colors for the flowers. And maybe use more different colors for the leaves. I did combine colors for this picture. The purple flowers and orange lettering were combos of colors. I think it turned out okay, but feel there are so many things I could have done better.

Color List: black-gray, brown-golden beige, coral reef-melon, raspberry-carnation, magenta-hot pink, primrose-flamingo pink, violet-wild orchid, ultra violet-purple mountain, indigo-battery charged blue, blue-blue lagoon, robin's egg blue-turquoise surf, jungle green-kiwi, green-electric lime, marigold-yellow, tiger orange-orange circuit, brick red-lobster red
What did I think?
I loved all the sets. If I had to pick one I would pick the colored pencils. There is no other colored pencil product in the Crayola line right now that will color the same on black paper. The Gel Pens would be next because they were so pretty. I loved the Dual-Tip markers too. My daughter loved the gel pens the best, my son the markers. He said, "The markers are so much easier to color with." All the supplies have similar color palettes and can be used together to color one page. The coloring book the sets come with gives lots of instructions and examples. It even comes with color pages inside to give examples. There are 4 pages of instruction and many pages to practice the techniques that were taught.

What Would I Change?
I would add another black pages coloring book to the set. I found myself wanting more pages. I would add more colors to the marker set. And I would make the gel pens a little smoother. I would maybe add a pencil sharpener with the colored pencils because I definitely needed one. I would make it so the colored pencils were not as loose in their tray. And I would made the trays out of a harder plastic. One of them was already starting to tear.

All in all I LOVED this set of adult coloring supplies from Crayola. These sets are good for all coloring levels. Advanced colorists and beginning colorists will love them and be able to make some really pretty pictures. If my daughter had not already seen it it would be a perfect Christmas present for her. It is super hard to shop for 7 year old girls. This set would also be a perfect present for anyone that loves adult coloring. Make sure to get the adult coloring book to go with it.

Collecting Information
This line is perfect for collectors. The tins are really nice. The colored pencils are a new type of specialty colored pencil from Crayola. The Gel Pens are also one of the biggest selections of Gel Pens Crayola has ever offered. They have made them in the past, but not with this much variation. I think collectors should definitely picked these sets up.
Box Information: 20 Crayola Signature Detailing Gel Pens, 16 Crayola Signature Dual Tip Sketch & Detail Markers, 50 Crayola Signature Blend & Shade Colored Pencils, a 40 page Crayola Signature Creative Lettering Inspiration Pad
Year: 2017
Purchase Information: Received from Crayola for Review
Where to buy: Currently available at any place that sells Crayola products. I have seen them at Target, Crayola.com and Aamzon
Style Number: 68-2005 (50 Colored Pencils), 58-6503 (Detailing Gel Pens), 58-6511 (Sketch & Detail Dual-Tip Markers), 99-0026 (Creative Pad)
Code Number: 68-2005-0-300 (50 Colored Pencils), 68-2005-0-900, (50 Colored Pencils Tin), 58-6503-0-200 (Detailing Gel Pens), 58-6503-0-900 (Detailing Gel Pens Tin), 58-6511-0-200 (Sketch & Detail Dual-Tip Markers), 58-6511 (Sketch & Detail Dual-Tip Markers Tin), 99-0026-0-960 (Creative Pad)
UPC: 071662320058 (50 Colored Pencils), 071662165031 (Detailing Gel Pens), 071662065119 (Sketch & Detail Dual-Tip Markers Tin), 071662500269 (Creative Pad)
Manufacturing Location: China (Gel Pens and Tins), Brazil (Colored Pencils), Malyasia (Sketch & Detail Dual-Tip Markers)




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Complete List of Current Crayola Crayon Colors

Do you want to know all the current Crayola colors colors? Do you have a favorite color, but do not know what box it comes in? Here are all the colors and the box they 1st come in up to the 152 Count box.

Crayola Colors: 1st Box Color Appears In, Hex Code, and RGB Code

Here are all the crayon colors in all the different crayola crayon box sizes. I started with the 8 count box. The colors in the next box size up are in all the higher count boxes. I specified what colors were added to each box. That way it is easy to see what box needs to be purchased to get a certain color.
Crayon colors in 8 count Crayola Box
  • blue, black, brown, green, orange, red, violet (purple), yellow
Crayon colors in 16 count Crayola Box
  • blue, black, brown, green, orange, red, violet (purple), yellow
  • (ONLY IN 16 BOX AND HIGHER) carnation pink, blue green, blue violet, red orange, red violet, yellow green, yellow orange, white
Crayon colors in 24 count Crayola Box
  • blue, black, brown, green, orange, red, violet (purple), yellow
  • carnation pink, blue green, blue violet, red orange, red violet, white, yellow green, yellow orange
  • (ONLY IN 24 BOX AND HIGHER) apricot, cerulean, dandelion, gray, green yellow, indigo, scarlet, violet red
Crayon colors in 32 count Crayola Box
  • blue, black, brown, green, orange, red, violet (purple), yellow
  • carnation pink, blue green, blue violet, red orange, red violet, white, yellow green, yellow orange
  • apricot, cerulean, dandelion, gray, green yellow, indigo, scarlet, violet red
  • (ONLY IN 32 BOX AND HIGHER) cadet blue, chestnut, melon, peach, sky blue, tan, timberwolf, wisteria 
Crayon colors in 48 count Crayola Box
  • blue, black, brown, green, orange, red, violet (purple), yellow
  • carnation pink, blue green, blue violet, red orange, red violet, white, yellow green, yellow orange
  • apricot, cerulean, dandelion, gray, green yellow, indigo, scarlet, violet red
  • cadet blue, chestnut, melon, peach, sky blue, tan, timberwolf, wisteria
  • (ONLY IN 48 BOX AND HIGHER) burnt sienna, cornflower, goldenrod, granny smith apple, lavender, macaroni and cheese, mahogany, mauvelous, olive green, purple mountains' majesty, raw sienna, salmon, sea green, sepia, spring green, tumbleweed
Crayon colors in 64 count Crayola Box
  • blue, black, brown, green, orange, red, violet (purple), yellow
  • carnation pink, blue green, blue violet, red orange, red violet, white, yellow green, yellow orange
  • apricot, cerulean, dandelion, gray, green yellow, indigo, scarlet, violet red
  • cadet blue, chestnut, melon, peach, sky blue, tan, timberwolf, wisteria
  • burnt sienna, cornflower, goldenrod, granny smith apple, lavender, macaroni and cheese, mahogany, mauvelous, olive green, purple mountains' majesty, raw sienna, salmon, sea green, sepia, spring green, tumbleweed
  • (ONLY IN 64 BOX AND HIGHER) asparagus, bittersweet, brick red, burnt orange, forest green, gold, magenta, periwinkle, orchid, pacific blue, plum, robin's egg blue, silver, tickle me pink, turquoise blue, wild strawberry
Crayon colors in 96 count Crayola Box
  • blue, black, brown, green, orange, red, violet (purple), yellow
  • carnation pink, blue green, blue violet, red orange, red violet, white, yellow green, yellow orange
  • apricot, cerulean, dandelion, gray, green yellow, indigo, scarlet, violet red
  • cadet blue, chestnut, melon, peach, sky blue, tan, timberwolf, wisteria
  • burnt sienna, cornflower, goldenrod, granny smith apple, lavender, macaroni and cheese, mahogany, mauvelous, olive green, purple mountains' majesty, raw sienna, salmon, sea green, sepia, spring green, tumbleweed
  • asparagus, bittersweet, brick red, burnt orange, forest green, gold, magenta, periwinkle, orchid, pacific blue, plum, robin's egg blue, spring green, silver, tickle me pink, turquoise blue, wild strawberry
  • (ONLY IN 96 BOX AND HIGHER) atomic tangerine, cerise, copper, denim, electric lime, fuchsia, hot magenta, inch worm, jazzberry jam, jungle green, laser lemon, mango tango, maroon, midnight blue, navy blue, neon carrot, outrageous orange, pine green, purple pizzazz, radical red, razzle dazzle rose, razzmatazz, royal purple, screamin' green, shamrock, shocking pink, sunglow, tropical rain forest, unmellow yellow, vivid tangerine, wild watermelon, wild blue yonder 
Crayon colors in 120 count Crayola Box
  • blue, black, brown, green, orange, red, violet (purple), yellow
  • carnation pink, blue green, blue violet, red orange, red violet, white, yellow green, yellow orange
  • apricot, cerulean, dandelion, gray, green yellow, indigo, scarlet, violet red
  • cadet blue, chestnut, melon, peach, sky blue, tan, timberwolf, wisteria
  • burnt sienna, cornflower, goldenrod, granny smith apple, lavender, macaroni and cheese, mahogany, mauvelous, olive green, purple mountains' majesty, raw sienna, salmon, sea green, sepia, spring green, tumbleweed
  • asparagus, bittersweet, brick red, burnt orange, forest green, magenta, periwinkle, orchid, pacific blue, plum, robin's egg blue, spring green, silver, tickle me pink, turquoise blue, wild strawberry
  • atomic tangerine, cerise, copper, denim, electric lime, fuchsia, hot magenta, inchworm, jazzberry jam, jungle green, laser lemon, mango tango, maroon, midnight blue, navy blue, neon carrot, outrageous orange, pine green, purple pizzazz, radical red, razzle dazzle rose, razzmatazz, royal purple, screamin' green, shamrock, shocking pink, sunglow, tropical rain forest, unmellow yellow, vivid tangerine, wild watermelon, wild blue yonder 
  • (ONLY IN 120 BOX) almond, antique brass, aquamarine, banana mania, beaver, blue bell, blush, caribbean green, canary, cotton candy, desert sand, eggplant, fern, fuzzy wuzzy, manatee, mountain meadow, outerspace, piggy pink, pink flamingo, pink sherbet, purple heart, shadow, sunset orange, vivid violet
Crayon colors in 152 count Crayola Box
  • blue, black, brown, green, orange, red, violet (purple), yellow
  • carnation pink, blue green, blue violet, red orange, red violet, white, yellow green, yellow orange
  • apricot, cerulean, dandelion, gray, green yellow, indigo, scarlet, violet red
  • cadet blue, chestnut, melon, peach, sky blue, tan, timberwolf, wisteria
  • burnt sienna, cornflower, goldenrod, granny smith apple, lavender, macaroni and cheese, mahogany, mauvelous, olive green, purple mountains' majesty, raw sienna, salmon, sea green, sepia, spring green, tumbleweed
  • asparagus, bittersweet, brick red, burnt orange, forest green, magenta, periwinkle, orchid, pacific blue, plum, robin's egg blue, spring green, silver, tickle me pink, turquoise blue, wild strawberry
  • atomic tangerine, cerise, copper, denim, electric lime, fuchsia, hot magenta, inchworm, jazzberry jam, jungle green, laser lemon, mango tango, maroon, midnight blue, navy blue, neon carrot, outrageous orange, pine green, purple pizzazz, radical red, razzle dazzle rose, razzmatazz, royal purple, screamin' green, shamrock, shocking pink, sunglow, tropical rain forest, unmellow yellow, vivid tangerine, wild watermelon, wild blue yonder 
  • almond, antique brass, aquamarine, banana mania, beaver, blue bell, blush, caribbean green, canary, cotton candy, desert sand, eggplant, fern, fuzzy wuzzy, manatee, mountain meadow, outerspace, piggy pink, pink flamingo, pink sherbet, purple heart, shadow, sunset orange, vivid violet
  • Glitter crayons can be purchased separately and are included in this box. black glitter, blue glitter, fuchsia glitter, green glitter, light green glitter,  maroon glitter, orange glitter, pink glitter, purple glitter, red glitter, red orange glitter, sky blue glitter, turquoise blue glitter, white confetti glitter, white gold glitter, yellow glitter
  • Metallic crayons can be purchased separately and are included in this box. blast off bronze, shimmering blush, big dip o'ruby, bittersweet shimmer, alloy orange, metallic sunburst, gold fusion, sheen green, illuminating emerald, metallic seaweed, steel blue, b'dazzled blue, cyber grape, razzmic berry, sonic silver, deep space sparkle
Crayola Hex and RGB Color Values
Here are all the Hex and RGB Crayola color values for the 120 count Crayola crayon box.

Almond EFDBC5 239,219,197
Antique Brass CD9575 205,149,117
Apricot FDD9B5 253,217,181
Aquamarine 78DBE2 120,219,226
Asparagus 87A96B 135,169,107
Atomic Tangerine FFA474 255,164,116
Banana Mania FAE7B5 250,231,181
Beaver 9F8170 159,129,112
Bittersweet FD7C6E 253,124,110
Black 232323 35,35,35
Blue Bell ADADD6 173,173,214
Blue Green 199EBD 25,158,189
Blue Green 1F75FE 31,117,254
Blue Violet 7366BD 115,102,189
Blush DE5D83 222,93,131
Brick Red CB4154 203,65,84
Brown B5674D 180,103,77
Burnt Orange FF7F49 255,127,73
Burnt Sienna EA7E5D 234,126,93
Cadet Blue B0B7C6 176,183,198
Canary FFFF99 255,255,159
Caribbean Green 1CD3A2 28,211,162
Carnation Pink FFAACC 255,170,204
Cerise FF43A4 221,68,146
Cerulean 1DACD6 29,172,214
Chesnut BC5D58 188,93,88
Copper DD9475 221,148,117
Cornflower 9ACEEB 154,206,235
Cotton Candy FFBCD9 255,188,217
Dandelion FDDB6D 253,219,109
Denim 2B6CC4 43,108,196
Desert Sand EFCDB8 239,205,184
Eggplant DD4492 110,81,96
Electric Lime 1DF914 29,249,20
Fern 71BC78 113,188,120
Forest Green 6DAE81 109,174,129
Fuchisia C364C5 195,100,197
Fuzzy Wuzzy Brown CC6666 204,102,102
Gold E7C697 231,198,151
Goldenrod FCD975 255,217,117
Granny Smith Apple A8E4A0 168,228,160
Gray 95918C 149,145,140
Green 1CAC78 28,172,120
Green Yellow F0E891 240,232,145
Hot Magenta FF1DCE 255,29,206
Inch Worm B2EC5D 178,236,93
Indigo 5D76CB 93,118,203
Jazzberry Jam CA3767 202,55,103
Jungle Green 3BB08F 59,176,143
Laser Lemon FDFC74 253,252,116
Lavender FCB4D5 252,180,213
Macaroni and Cheese FFBD88 255,189,136
Magenta FCB4D5 246,100,175
Mahogany CD4A4A 205,74,74
Manatee 979AAA 151,154,170
Mango Tango FF8243 255,130,67
Maroon C8385A 200,56,90
Mauvelous EF98AA 239,152,170
Melon FDBCB4 253,188,180
Midnight Blue 1A4876 26,72,118
Mountain Meadow 30BA8F 48,186,143
Navy Blue 1974D2 25,116,210
Neon Carrot FFA343 255,163,67
Olive Green BAB86C 186,184,108
Orange FF7538 255,117,56
Orichid C0448F 230,168,215
Outer Space 414AAC 65,74,76
Outrageous Orange FF6E4A 255,110,74
Pacific Blue 1CA9C9 28,169,201
Peach FFCFAB 255,207,171
Periwinkle C5D0E6 197,208,230
Piggy Pink FDD7E4 253,215,228
Pine Green 158078 21,128,120
Pink Flamingo FC74FD 252,116,253
Pink Sherbet F780A1 247,128,161
Plum 8E4584 142,69,133
Purple Heart 7442C8 116,66,200
Purple Mountains' Magesty 9D81BA 157,129,186
Purple Pizza FF1DCE 255,29,206
Radical Red FF496C 255,73,107
Raw Sienna D68A59 214,138,89
Razzle Dazzle Rose E6A8D7 255,72,208
Razzmatazz E3256B 227,37,107
Red EE204D 238,32,77
Red Orange FF5349 255,83,73
Red Violet 6E5160 192,68,143
Robin Egg Blue 1FCECB 31,206,203
Royal Purple 7851A9 120,81,169
Salmon FF9BAA 255,155,170
Scarlet FC2847 242,40,71
Screamin Green 76FF7A 118,255,122
Sea Green 9FE2BF 159,226,191
Sepia A5694F 165,105,79
Shadow 8A795D 138,121,93
Shamrock 45CEA2 69,206,162
Shocking Pink FB7EFD 251,126,253
Silver CDC5C2 205,197,194
Sky Blue 80DAEB 128,218,235
Spring Green ECEABE 236,234,190
Sunglow FFCF48 255,207,72
Sunset Orange FD5E53 253,94,83
Tan FAA76C 250,167,108
Tickle Me Pink FC89AC 252,137,172
Timberwolf DBD7D2 219,215,210
Tropical Rain Forest 17806D 23,128,109
Tumbleweed DEAA88 222,170,136
Turquoise Blue 77DDE7 119,221,231
Unmellow Yellow FDFC74 253,252,116
Violet (Purple) 926EAE 146,110,174
Violet Red F75394 247,83,148
Vivid Tangerine FFA089 255,160,137
Vivid Violet 8F509D 143,80,157
White EDEDED 237,237,237
Wild Blue Wonder A2ADD0 162,173,208
Wild Strawberry F664AF 255,67,164
Wild Watermelon FC6C85 252,108,133
Wisteria CDA4DE 205,164,222
Yellow FCE883 252,232,131
Yellow Green C5E384 197,227,132
Yellow Orange FFB653 255,182,83




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Crayola 120 Count Crayons: What's Inside the Box

Overview and Review
The 120 count Crayola box of crayons is a dream come true for any child or adult. There are so many colors inside the box. When I was young I would sort all my crayons in color order over and over again. I still love sorting crayons in color order over and over again. My kids love doing it too. I recently gave my daughter a box of 120 crayons. She even takes them outside to color with friends. I would definitely recommend sorting in color order to make it easy find the color needed. I love that these boxes have come down a lot in price too. It definitely makes them more affordable.

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64 Count Crayola Crayons: What's Inside the Box

Overview and Review
When I was little girl all I wanted was a 64 pack of crayons. I ABSOLUTELY loved the color variety and the smell of the crayons. It was the biggest box available then. Even though there are larger sizes of boxes available now, the 64 count box is still a great box to get. There is enough color variation in the box to provide lots of different shades. What is even better is the box is a lot cheaper now then it was back then because there are so many larger boxes available. My daughter has had two of these boxes, this standard 64 count box and the Star Wars box of crayons. I highly recommend the 64 count box of crayons.

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Crayola 152 Count Ultimate Crayon Collection: What's Inside the Box

Overview and Review
Have you ever organized crayons by color? This 152 Ultimate Crayola Crayon Collection would have excited me like no other when I was a child. I used to organize the 96 count box over and over and over and over! This particular set contains all the crayons from the 120 count box and the Glitter and Metallic crayons. All the crayons in this box are unique colors. It comes with a nice hard plastic carrying case/caddy and crayon sharpener. I love the plastic case because it really protects the crayons from damage. The case can be covered with plastic and set inside the box. Any kid or adult would love this set because of all the color possibilities. And it is very affordable.

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