12 Count Crayola Twistable Slick Stix: What's Inside the Box

The Crayola Slick Stix first came out in 2008. The best description I can give of the Crayola Twistable Slick Stix's is they remind me of lip stick, the consistency and the fact they are twisted to get more out.  The Stix's glide on the paper smoothly and leave a rich vibrant color behind.  The gold and silver are sparkly.  The consistency of the Slick Stix are softer than crayons. When used the sides of the stix can move if pressed too hard.  I let my two year old son use these crayons and the window crayons from the My Color Is boxes and regretted it because he became a little wild with the crayons and altered the shape of the tip. They are also not stain resistant. For these reasons I do not recommend these for younger children, but for older responsible kids and adults.

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Collecting Information
Boxes: 12 Crayola Slick Stix
Other Boxes: Later iterations of 12 Slick Stix, 5 Count Slick Stix, My Color Is
Year: 2008
What's inside the box: red, orange, green, yellow, sky blue, blue, violet, brown, white, black, gold, silver
Purchase Information: Fred Meyer
Where to buy:  any store that sells Crayola products or eBay Amazon
Style Number: 52-9512
Code Numbers: 52-9512-0-200
UPC Numbers: 071662095125

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