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- Crayola Crayons provide color-loving kids with 64 hues that feature vibrant, long-lasting color. Amp up school projects and artistic endeavors with high-quality results. The variety of bright colors in this pack invites imaginative expression.
- Crayola art supplies and activities help children express, create, and connect through colorful play.
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The Crayola 64 Box of Crayons has been a popular crayon collection with kids of all ages for more than 55 years! From Macaroni and Cheese to Robin's Egg Blue to Purple Mountains' Majesty - all of the iconic Crayola colors are here. Open up a box and find your favorites!
It'll be a drab, dull, cheerless day indeed, when children don't respond to the waxy rainbow charms of Crayons. This 64-pack is chock-full of everything from blue, red, and yellow, to Tickle Me Pink, Mauvelous, and Bittersweet. The artistic possibilities are endless. Besides the full-color palette, the box holds a built-in sharpener to keep the points in shape. A Try This feature suggests fun projects. The pack also gives step-by-step instructions--and example drawings--on how to create a flipbook. --Ava Natov
not suiteable for children under 36 months old due to small parts which may cause hazard if swallowed
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So the color names offer a bit of standard frame of reference for many people, so I wanted to keep a box on hand.
The box keeps them neat and pretty as long as it is used. I always loved that the box comes with a sharpener when i was a kid. That and the wide color selection made it my #1 choice in crayons from the time I started to color to now at close to half a century old. :)
Other countries also use and know Crayola, so if you do use them to help denote colors, they'll be of some help to international buyers as well.
I have used crayola crayons for majority of my art projects and they have worked great.
1. The colors are not chalky or washy. You can color on the same spot for more than once without worrying about the color fading.
I had used some other brands of crayons where if I overlapped, or colored on the same spot to make it darker, it would get chalky instead and the color would fade away.
Crayola, on the other hand, is nothing like that.
2. You get plenty of colors. Sometimes I even mix the colors, which doesn't work as good as water colors, of course, but not extremely bad either. This is a very convenient pack if you are into coloring books or projects with lots of details.
3. The colors are as seen. If you pick a yellow crayon, you will get the yellow color you see, it won't be lime. This is a problem I had faced with a few other brands of crayons. The crayons would look extremely dark, and appealing but once applied on the paper, they would appear as very light, and or completely different shade.
Now, the con: As mentioned above, sometimes I mix the colors to get a certain shade; which means that I wish if the crayola crayons would come with bunch more shades/colors. This would make these crayons even more convenient for projects.
Overall, I am satisfied with these crayons. They are fun to use, feels comfortable on the hand, and are smooth when applied on the paper.
One tip that I use sometimes is to outline a shape or an object on the paper with a coloring pencil and then using crayons to fill in the shape or object. This looks neater and it also prevents smudging or wobbly lines if you have shaky hands.
After working with children 20 plus years, I realized that no matter what toys they had, arriving with a fresh pack of Crayola crayons and a coloring book in hand would always win them over. With smiley faces they would remain busy for hours.
Well now I figured it was my turn! So when I found this enormous box of Crayola crayons on Amazon for $5 it was a no-brainer. I went out and bought an artist's sketch pad as well as an adult coloring book (therapy for adults;)) and waited with bated breath. It’s been years since I’ve seen a box of Crayola crayons, especially one with so many colors. So I did not know what to expect.
Well I certainly was not disappointed! 64 absolutely delicious colors with the coolest names like ‘tickle me pink’. They certainly didn't have names like that when I was a kid nor did they have a box with a built-in sharpener or instructions on how to make a flipbook! I used to love flip books. I also really like the layout of the box since all the crayons are very accessible. In addition, I think it's wonderful that Crayola decided to create a website to inspire all the budding Picasso's in us.
However, I wish the box was a little better. When you remove a crayon there’s nothing holding the others in place so they shift which is annoying when I like to keep the colors organized. Also, I accidentally snapped a crayon trying to put it back in because it was a tight squeeze.
Also, having the sharpener on the back is a real bonus.
I checked out store prices on this 64-unit set and this came out over a buck less (and even better with the free Prime shipping!)
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I am fifty years old. And still remember the love of colouring I had as a child. The smell and feel of the crayons and the pleasure of colouring a perfect picture.
Silly maybe, but taking up this hobby as a middle aged woman has brought me so much pleasure.
I was worried about receiving repeat colours or 50 blue and no pink. I wouldn't worry about this at all now that I've seen the amount of variety i got with 1 box.
I don't think any snapped or were damaged at all during postage which is a positive too.
I was pleased to find i receive a silver, gold, black, grey and white. as i remember those being elusive colours as a child.
*There's also a sharpener on the back, i worry it might get clogged but I've yet to test it out, something worth thinking about though.
Overall, i had nothing to worry about colour-variety wise, and they will work for my purpose.