Inside the Crayon Box Crayola Giveaway

Crayola is celebrating their first Inside the Crayon Box live chat on Facebook with a giveaway to get your child’s creativity flowing! In case you missed the chat with Lisa Loeb, you can still see it on the Crayola YouTube channel (chat link). Lisa spoke about using Crayola to be artistic and how that helps children in many ways, including independence, school work and more.

Lisa Loeb is amazing! She’s known for her song, Stay (I Missed You) and now, she’s an author. Be sure to check out Lisa’s book Lisa Loeb’s Silly Sing-Along: The Disappointing Pancake and Other Zany Songs (Sterling Children’s Books, 2011) available at Barnes & Noble and Amazon.com. Sing, laugh, and play with pop Lisa in this fabulous collection of ten of the silliest songs ever. Fun activities, games, and recipes accompany whimsical songs. Take Lisa’s Silly Sing-Along with you wherever you go and get the high-spirited good times started. Includes a 10-song CD recorded by Lisa!

You can get more ideas about being creative with Crayola on the official Crayola Facebook page. Learn about new products, and chat with other fans.

Now onto the fantastic Inside the Crayon Box Crayola Prize Pack…

  • My First Crayola Washable Crayons, Markers & Stampers: just the right size and shape for little hands, toddlers can create bright and colorful designs with no caps to lose or no messy ink pads. Adorable animal characters.
  • Crayola Mess Free Color Wonder Tiny Tube: with over 10 ft of coloring, perforated activity pages, a carry-along handle and the ability to store markers inside, kids can color at home or on the road; markers magically appear only on the special Color Wonder paper, not on skin. So much fun! My 13 year old can’t wait to use this on our upcoming car trip.
  • Crayola Crystal Effect Window Markers: turn an ordinary window or mirror into a colorful crystal canvas and create amazing effects on an unexpected surface that can be wiped clean with a damp cloth. We’re decorating for Easter using these!
  • Crayola Washable Kaleidoscope Chalk: experience sidewalk art in amazing new ways, by drawing designs, putting on the 3D Kaleidoscope glasses and watching as creations pop up off the ground. Expect to use these for hours!
  • Crayola Dry-Erase Bright Crayons: a dry-erase drawing and writing tool for kids that’s washable, smudge-proof, odorless, and will never dry out. So colorful!
  • Crayola Dual-Sided Dry Erase Board: a two-sided board that makes it fun and colorful to share eye-popping messages or track soccer schedules. Includes a large cloth for erasing that you can fit your hand in. You can’t have enough dry-erase boards.

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  1. We’re obsessed with chalk!!! Now that its warm, we’re breaking out the Crayola chalk!!!
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  2. The kids love the Dry Erase crayons — and I’d even love to try the window markers! 🙂
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  3. Mary Happymommy
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    My kids would love the Kaleidoscope Chalk to draw pictures on our driveway.

  4. Jennifer Marie
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    We love blending chalk colors outside.

  5. Carolsue
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    My kids are obsessed with th Crystal Effects Window Markers!
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  6. The kids love to use the chalk on our walkways

  7. We love drawing in the bathtub!

  8. I am not the most creative person but I love melting down crayons in different shapes and in fun colors
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  9. Nicola Bishop
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    What a fab prize, my son would LOVE it!

  10. Ashley Hatten says:

    I’ve seen some wonderful ideas on pinterest using crayola crayons for monograms like this one: http://pinterest.com/pin/83879611779302139/
    I think we will do this for my son’s teacher when school done as a thank you gift. Thanks!!

  11. victoria lester
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    A great use for the Window Markers is to use them during the holidays for Christmas, Easter, Halloween, St. Patty’s Day, Valentines, etc. the kids love to make things and show them off for everyone to see.
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  12. We use the bubbles to make foam snakes: http://blog.proxiproducts.com/2011/12/foamy-fun-for-the-kids/

  13. Vickie Couturier
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    my grandsons like to take left over crayons an let me melt them togeither to get big crayon with tons of different colors

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  14. Vickie Couturier
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    would NOT let me enter in teh blank on the form

  15. Using the chalk to draw a zoo on the driveway.

  16. Elisabeth says:

    We love playing tic tac toe with chalk outside!

  17. Jessica T. says:

    My son likes to draw the bases for baseball and the foul lines for basketball on our driveaway with chalk.

  18. My girls LOVE all things Crayola. So much fabulous stuff in that gift box.
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  19. My new favorite is using Crayola colored pencils to make fun Shrinky Dink creations. Thanks for the fun 🙂
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  20. anash
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    my kids love crayola doodling and hanging it up all over the house!

  21. jessica edwards says:

    we love the chalk

  22. Richard Morris says:

    we have a wall in the kids room that needed to be repainted anyways so it became their coloring wall until it was repainted

  23. Lisa Cowan Whitham says:

    My kids love to play outside with crayola chalk.

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  24. Birthday cards are a creative project that everyone loves.
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  25. April Brenay says:

    On our block the older neighbors (kids grown and out of the house) would chalk draw bunny feet all over the sidewalks and drive ways every year on Easter. I loved going out and seeing what the Easter bunny had done 🙂

  26. Ann Council says:

    I have paper shades in our rv and we use crayons to draw scenes on them.

  27. They love to make streets and street signs on the driveway and sidewalk with their chalk

  28. we love melting broken crayons to make new crayon molds

  29. Theresa H says:

    We use the dry erase crayons on the black boards….it is the best way to get my nephews to be quiet for more than a few minutes (believe me that is outside of the box). We have also used it in layers to make our own scratch art papers.

  30. sheryl cullum says:

    The dry erase markers we use to leave family messages really handy

  31. Leanne Valeriano
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    We used to melt them down and have mom cut them into shapes with a cookie cutter.

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  32. Leah Swelfer
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    These would all be very useful and creative on road trips!!!

  33. One creative way to use the window markers is to leave a note for your child on their mirror.
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  34. Adrienne gordon says:

    we use chalk to draw roads on our driveway so the kids can drive their cars on them.

  35. Stephanie says:

    we love the chalk!

  36. Jessica B says:

    We love to color and in summer we love to use the chalk!

  37. EMMA L HORTON says:

    LITTLE KIDS LEARN COORDINATION WHEN THEY COLOR PICTURES

  38. Julie Grimberg says:

    we love making cards on holidays with the finger paint

  39. Nikki Elkins says:

    making pictures for grandmas fridge! Love crayola

  40. Marilyn Higgins says:

    My grandkids love to decorate the sidewalk according to holidays, thanks for the giveaway

  41. We change our bath colors for my daughter with Crayola bath fizzies

  42. We have melted crayons between two pieces of waxed paper before to make “stained-glass” windows.

  43. susan hartman says:

    The Crystal Effects Window Markers have a lot of possibilities. The holiday and celebrations can all be announced throughout the house.

  44. my grandkids love to make cards for us and they use the blending chalks and crayons

  45. i often have my kids draw pictures for their grandparents that live in another state and mail it to them. I think receiving a hand drawn picture like that is so fun!
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  46. Drawing in the bathtub is a huge hit for my twins!

  47. Misty Brown says:

    I babysit a four year old girl. And she loves being artistic. I believe these would be perfect for her especially the window markers!!!

  48. Lane Mahnke says:

    My friend and I used to melt down old broken crayons and make candles with them. People seemed to really like it.

  49. Visperson says:

    I would use the Washable Sidewalk Glow Chalk to leave a special message.

  50. Susan O'Bryant
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    Making tie-dyed shirts and other fabric projects.

  51. Misty Brown says:

    I would use the window chalk for the girl I babysit to write Easter bunny please stop here! She’d love it.

  52. shirley fin says:

    melt the crayons into cute figurines

  53. Monique Rizzo says:

    We make posters with their great paints.
    Thanks for the chance.
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  54. Denise B. says:

    I just love being able to make new crayons out of broken crayons with their crayon maker.

  55. Ashley C says:

    We make sun catchers using the wax crayons! Or melting down all the broken pieces into molds to make cute birthday gifts

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  56. sarah cooke says:

    I am 37 and still love coloring books

  57. I would use these products with my fiance’s daughter. She loves being creative and absoulutly loves chalk.

    mblovesbs24@gmail.com is where you can contact me. Thank you!

  58. We find the largest posters possible and color them in! I love going back to my childhood doing this!

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  59. susan glazer says:

    my friend’s son would love to use your Crayola Crystal Effect Window Markers for all the holidays. clean-up would be so easy too.

  60. We baked old broken crayons in cupcake cups and let the younger kids use the big homemade crayons.

  61. Paula Tavernie says:

    We like useing the Crayola 3D chalk to decorrate our sidewalks during different holidays!

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  62. Sylvia Ortiz
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    The only creative use for Crayola products that I know of, is either coloring pages or making your own posters, etc.

  63. tamra childers says:

    we use the crayons in the bathtub

  64. Gloria S says:

    My grandson would use the chalk on their driveway

  65. My fridge is covered in pictures my two little grandsons have made me with their Crayola markers. They love to draw.

  66. Harold D says:

    Art projects for the grand daughter would be a good use.

  67. keeping an in and out list on my freezer!

  68. We use the dry erase crayons to leave love notes on the bathroom mirror!

  69. Jaydyn b says:

    Melt crayons to make new colors

  70. brittney says:

    we melt down old broken crayons and make candles
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  71. Denise S says:

    My kids like making posters with Crayola products.

  72. sheryl
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    I would love to win this for my grandson

  73. Erica C. says:

    You can make personalized cards using Crayola products.

  74. Erica C. says:

    You can make personalized cards using Crayola products! There are so many possibilities!

  75. amberlyn Johnson says:

    love using the sidewalk chalk

  76. Kathryn C.
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    Melt the crayons in a cupcake pan combining all different colors and it makes some really cool colors for drawing on large pieces of paper. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  77. Kathleen Downes says:

    For Christmas, we decorated cards and made ornaments out of paper and decorated them markers and crayons.

  78. Eileen Burke says:

    My kids love coloring on their dry erase wall with their dry erase markers

  79. My granddaughter would love this.

  80. Kelly Britton says:

    During the holidays we use to paint the inside of our screen door. The glass part, of course. I would trace the outline and let the kids paint the rest. Unique and easy to clean after the holiday passed. 🙂

  81. we love mixing chalk colors on our sidewalk

  82. Decorating mirrors in a dorm room hall to brighten up people’s days. 🙂

  83. Nicole Sender says:

    My grandsons use the dry erase board and dry erase bright crayons to leave their mom messages.

  84. kyona
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    We love to use the dry erase crayons on the easel to teach the alphabet.

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  85. Take old broken crayons and melt them down to liquid, pour them into different shaped molds and let cool.

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  86. use the chalk and make a sign for your childs b-day or welcome home to your new baby.
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  87. my kids use crayola crayons and paints for all their projects including the masks we like to make at home

  88. Tiffany Hearn says:

    We use Crayola products all the time for various crafts and activities: painting, chalking our driveway, making gifts, etc. Thanks for the awesome giveaway! My kids would love this!

  89. mary renshaw says:

    We LOVE crayola and are lucky enough to live within driving distance of the factory!!!

  90. Joyce Harrell says:

    I have melted crayons before to cover different cans, boxes, glass to make them pretty.

  91. Jeni Lutz says:

    My kids love the new glow in the dark sand.

  92. kathy pease says:

    my son loves the markers for making school projects

  93. We like to color designs on hardboiled eggs before dipping into dye at Easter – It makes a nice effect.

  94. We love to do Indian Blankets as we call them. You color in lines and then cover it all in black and scrape off some for a neat picture!

  95. Amber Carter says:

    Hmmm the window markers could make for some creativity, as long as he doesn’t mix them up with the regular ones. 🙂

  96. Nicole Vosburgh says:

    My son and I love using chalk and making the driveway “super colorful” for when daddy comes home. 🙂

  97. Gricelda Castro says:

    My little girl loves to play with chalk outside.

  98. We turn sidewalk chalk into paint by soaking it in water, then we paint on the sidewalk with paint brushes.

  99. amy deeter
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    we live making posters
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  100. We get out our paints and crayons and make paintings for Grammy that lives 5 states away 🙂
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  101. Like the fact you can write on the windows with some of these crayolas. Can be creative with designs on the windows instead of walls. Much easier to clean. Good products.

  102. Elizabeth B
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    My LO loves the Crayola Mess Free Color Wonder Tiny Tube for trips in the car!

  103. I’m all for just letting kids use their imaginations and doing whatever their hearts desire! It’s chalk season, though! 🙂

  104. We bring Crayola crayons and markers on car trips

  105. We like to draw all over the sidewalks with the chalk! Awesome stuff!

  106. Sara Kelly says:

    I would love to have my son color a picture for his scrapbook!

  107. My sis turned me onto this: Use an old-fashioned “party warmer” tray thing from a thrift store! They used to sell them like crazy in the 60’s….. put it on low- the kids “color” their picture page on the warmer, the crayons melt, making it almost like painting. The kids LOVE this. (not good for too young a child!)

  108. Shareen Mioskowski
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    My kids are always creative using sidewalk chalk drawing pictures and blending the colors 🙂

  109. Melissa lundy says:

    playing with chalk on sidewalk

  110. My kids create comic books with their crayola markers

  111. misty sunrise says:

    my daughter loves to draw HUGE pictures on the sidewalk, with the sidewalk chalk.

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  112. Leslie Luke Stanziani says:

    My 4 kids love to color paper with many different colors then go over it with black.We then draw pictures with a toothpick.They love seeing the rainbow colors show through.Thanks!

  113. Kim Barney
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    We like to take the paper off crayons and make rubbings with different textures.

  114. creative use for crayola crayons, is when you sharpen the crayons save the sharpens and make more crayons when you have enough to melt.

  115. On long car trips I let the kids write on the windows in the car with the window markers. They love it and it is easy to clean up after our trip

  116. Use the dry erase markers to write inspirational quotes or words on bathroom mirrors

  117. mike morrison says:

    I melt crayons and pour the melted crayon into cookie shapes to harden. The end result is star and heart crayons!

  118. Huston Smith says:

    My daughter and I create weekly drive way murals with crayola chalk

  119. April bever says:

    i like to melt them and mae new differant shaped crayons and other fun stuff!

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  120. carol lewis says:

    We use crayons on a plastic plate and draw designs. We also use tissue paper and color with markers and then make flowers out of them.

  121. We love to use the chalk after it has rained. The colors are so much more vibrant when wet, and as a bonus we can spot worms too.
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  122. Ross Hassel says:

    My son uses crayola to draw out emotions.

  123. We love using markers to trace ourselves on big paper and then fill in the body parts etc.

  124. love to color with crayons and markers to show what im feeling cuz pictures are worth a thousand words!

  125. We love the window markers and sidewalk chalk!

  126. desiree grubbs
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    The kids love the chalk to decorate our sidewalks. 🙂

  127. Priscilla P. says:

    I would like to win this for my Grand children.

  128. Lisa Garner says:

    You could use the window markers to leave inspiring messages for your children.

  129. I like using them for active play like drawing a hopscotch board with chalk

  130. We use the wrong side of the wrapping paper and let the kids draw on the white side with Crayolas. It makes for a great way to wrap for those people who love the little ones.

  131. I melt the old crayons and create new colors!

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  132. Laura Emerson
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    We made a big cement circle off from the side of our driveway but easy to see from the street. We use Crayola Chalk to decorate it for seasons, birthdays or pictures of snow which we have never seen but dream of.

  133. Colleen Busch
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    I love to melt down the broken crayola pieces and make new crayons.

  134. Barb Myers
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    We use the Crayola bathtub markers to practice the alphabet during bathtime.

  135. Desiree Dunbar says:

    We melt down the ends of the crayons and make new colors.

  136. when my daughter was little we used to take the old, broken or small pieces of crayons, melt them down. I bought Holiday Candy Molds, like Candy Canes, Wreathes etc…. poured the hot crayons in, stuck them in the freezer. when cooled off, take thin wire and put it through the top . Tie it off. Add a hook and hang it on the tree. Or take a suction cup with a hook and hang it in a window. They made great gifts to give to friends and family too. I did this last year with my niece as well.
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  137. Amy DeLong says:

    we do my sons spelling words on the dry ease
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  138. tiffany pettey says:

    Im gonna go with the window markers and a collage

  139. I love using it on the driveway to teach my son colors & numbers/letters. He’s having fun & learning!

  140. Jodi Kershuk says:

    Chalk is hot item here in our house. My son is always drawing on the sidewalks or his chalkboard table.

  141. Sheryl
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    There is nothing better than a card created by your child.

  142. I love to use crayola crayons as decorations – gluing them onto things such as picture frames – and my kids love all of their products

  143. mary gardner says:

    probably not super creative, but my kids love to color designs on paper, color the entire thing with black crayon and use a popsicle stick or coin to scratch off the black.

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  144. Gina Ferrell says:

    My kids love to draw with chalk outside on the sidewalk. I think they would love to try the Crayola Washable Kaleidoscope Chalk. I also think the Crayola Crystal Effect Window Markers would be fun to do on a rainy day inside. Crayola products are cool and fun.

  145. Tonya Dean says:

    We love Crayola Crystal Effect Window Markers. Almost all of our windows are decorated.

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  146. My daughter and I love to use the Crayola oil pastels with the blue finger paint to make pretty underwater pictures.

  147. Christy Weller says:

    We use crayola to make all sorts of holiday decorations. crayons, markers are great for decorations and other crafts.

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  148. Angela Cash
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    We use the Crayola Crystal Effect Window Markers on small pieces of Plexiglass to make suncatchers.

  149. I saw a great mirror done with crayons glued all around and slightly melted so that the colors ran – very creative and cute
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  150. my 8 year old loves to take crayola chalk and black contruction paper and make the prettiest pictures

  151. crystal allen says:

    i like to use crayola products to make cards for birthdays, easter, halloween and christmas. works great for a last min. card when you forgot to buy one.

  152. Jennifer R says:

    We love using Crayola colors to have creative coloring nights with our kids.
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  153. Making stained glass with waxed paper and melted crayons

  154. Alisha L. says:

    We like having our son color on blank wrapping paper and using it for a special wrapping paper for grandparents gifts 🙂

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  155. Jennifer McGhan says:

    What a wonderful giveaway!!!

  156. Kendra Gillilan says:

    we used to use the shavings in between wax paper and run an iron over it quickly and the colors melt together

  157. Virginia Rowell
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    I have them help with their own banners for birthdays, it really gets them going.

  158. Nikki Thoresen says:

    my daughter likes to make home made cards for friends and family.

  159. shirley pebbles says:

    I think the window markers would be fun to make suncatchers (right on the windows)

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  160. The Crayola Dual-Sided Dry Erase Board is good for leaving messages to my family.

  161. Becky Horn says:

    shave up the small pieces and use them for decorations on other projects.

  162. john redding says:

    Let the kids draw a stepping stones to walk on in the driveway.

  163. I put crayons and coloring books in my kids easter baskets and christmas stockings.

  164. Sand
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    We like to decorate Easter eggs with Crayola markers.

  165. using the chalk to practice writing outside

  166. Merilee bIzzozero says:

    I would really love Leah to try the window markers, I have never seen them…so cool….

  167. robyn paris says:

    i like to use sidewalk chalk with the children.

  168. Alexandra Roach
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  169. Our creative use for a Crayola product is markers for drawing and crafts

  170. Deborah Wallin says:

    The kids can decorate the sidewalks
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  171. Tell me about a creative use for a Crayola:

    its Crayola, between my mind and the little one in the house we can always find something creative to do with the help of Crayola.

  172. Michelle Tucker says:

    Well, we have chalkboard cling in our office. We could make quite a landscape with crayola chalk.

  173. The window markers would be cute to decorate the windows for holidays

  174. I print worksheets for my son and instead of laminating them, I use the Crayola Dry Erase Activity Center. That way it’s reusable.

  175. melt crayon stubs to make candles

  176. Patricia Wojnar Crowley says:

    I love using the window markers on the shower doors…the kids have tons of fun!

  177. Pavement chalks are so much fun for drawing outside in the summer. The kaleidoscope and the window markers look fun – I’d love to try them. Thanks for the giveaway 🙂

  178. The Crayola Dry-Erase Bright Crayons would be great for my whiteboard at work.

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