I know I’ve mentioned a few times (okay, maybe more than a few) how our family is a HUGE fan of Crayola. Crayola is a company that is local to us and we love all of their products. You can find us using their crayons, colored pencils, Model Magic, and their markers every week.
Before the girls were born, my nephew took a black crayon and scribbled all over a brand new, light yellow, oversized chair. He wasn’t using Crayola crayons and the crayon never came out. Since then I’ve banned all other brands of crayons from our house. I’ve also bookmarked Crayola’s Stain Tips page. If you haven’t seen it, it tells you how to get Crayola products out of any type of surface and material you can imagine.
Recently I was given the opportunity to order a personalized box of crayons from Crayola’s my way line. I thought it was such a fun idea to order crayons with a personalized photo and name on the box. This line includes an 8 count crayon box, a 64 count crayon box, and an art custom case.
I thought about ordering the girls each their own 8 count box but instead I ordered one large 64 count crayon box. When I was ordering it online, I was surprised you can choose what color of crayons you get inside. You can choose from glitter, neon, metals, color families, and the standard sleeve assortment.
The online process made ordering very easy. Click on the Get Started button and then literally, get started! I let the girls help me decide on the color of our crayons but I surprised them with the photo I uploaded and put on the front of the box.
Anything from the Crayola my way line would make a great gift for a birthday or a holiday. As a matter of fact, I got an email in my inbox the other day that says if you order before Sunday, March 20th, you can receive your order before Easter. A box of 8 crayons would be perfect to add to an Easter basket! You can use the code MYWAY for 10% off and any order over $50 receives free shipping with FREESHIP50.
I can guarantee you that I’ll be ordering these as gifts for any birthday parties we attend in the future.
Disclaimer: I work in partnership with Crayola and I am compensated for my work. The opinions and thoughts contained in this post are 100% mine (and my children’s).
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