Crayola Pip-Squeaks Skinnies Washable Markers, 64 count, Great for Home or School, Perfect Art Tools
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- Crayola Pip-Squeaks Skinnies Washable Markers, 64 count, Great for Home or School, Perfect Art Tools
- Made in USA or Imported
- Small size, big color-the perfect little art tools!
- Largest collection of Crayola Pip-Squeak Skinnies Markers in one pack
- Makes a great gift
- Re-usable flip-top box and tiered sleeves for easy access to markers
- Slim marker barrel design
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64 different colors spanning the spectrum - ideal to complete the perfect picture Includes 8 Crayola Kids’ Choice Colors chosen and named by kids, about kids Kids’ Choice Colors are specially labeled for easy identification Re-usable flip-top box and tiered sleeves for easy access to markers Appropriate for kids 6+ Contains ‘Surprise Inside’: Two stampers that fit over Pip-Squeak Skinnies marker caps and can be colored with markers add play value to pack.
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64 different colors ideal for complete picture perfect. Great for gift giving.
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|Item Dimensions||6.81 x 1.88 x 5.75 in||8.62 x 1.06 x 6.44 in||10.25 x 3 x 6 in||6.88 x 0.5 x 10.69 in||9.35 x 1.25 x 11.28 in||8.62 x 1.06 x 6.44 in|
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|Size||1 Pack||2-Sets||64 Count ( Pack of 1 )||1 Pack||1-Pack of 65||Fine Line Markers|
Top customer reviews
• You can use the point for a finer line, and the side for a broader line or for filling in larger area.
• You can build the color a little bit, put one color on top of another to change the shading some. (They don't blend like an art-marker, obviously.)
• They've got good ink flow, and good coverage with one pass. No bleed through on any decent paper, unless you really put a lot of ink in one spot.
• Size: they're the same circumference as an average felt-tip pen (despite the "skinnies" name). Uncapped, they're about as long as a crayon, but with the cap posted on the back, it's like using a normal pen. (Some of the caps stay on the back better than others. All stay on the front just fine.)
• They would not be super for small details (like the Secret Garden type books), or for drawing mandalas or other fine-line patterns. I have fine line pens (Stabilo 88) that are intermediate level, art-supply-wise, and use them if I'm getting serious about staying in the lines.
• I anticipate that the point may eventually get "mushy" with use. It's not a huge issue for me because 1) they were inexpensive, 2) I was pleasantly surprised the points were as pointy as they were to start with, 3) I use them mostly for bigger areas.
Verdict: for your basic level colored marker, this is a great value. Ignore the "pip-squeaks skinnies" name." It's versatile enough for adults to get their coloring fix.
The only thing I would change about these markers is I'd add more shades of purple to the box, and a couple less brown. There's about a dozen different shades of brown, but only 7 or 8 purples (and only 2 or 3 TRUE purples, the rest are burgundy/magenta/lilac shades).