Crayola Silly Scents Mini Twistable Crayons - 12 count
Cherry, Fruit Punch, Orange, Pineapple, Green Apple, Beach, Blueberry, Grape, Cotton Candy, Licorice, Coconut, Root Beer.
Great-Smelling Crayons Kids Will Love
This pack of 12 crayons features sweet scents, such as Cherry, Orange, Pineapple, Green Apple, Beach, Blueberry, Grape, Fruit Punch, Cotton Candy, Licorice, Coconut, and Root Beer, that kids will recognize and enjoy. The crayons come in a whimsical pack adorned with Silly Scents characters.
No Need to Sharpen
Thanks to a convenient twistable design, these crayons never need to be sharpened. Simply twist the barrel to advance the crayon and refresh the tip for crisp lines. You won't need to use a crayon sharpener or peel off paper labels.
Plastic Barrels Provide Extra Strength
Crayola Silly Scents Scented Mini Twistables Crayons feature durable plastic barrels encasing the crayon core, offering added strength to keep the crayon from breaking if too much pressure is applied while coloring.
12 Crayola Silly Scents Scented Mini Twistables Crayons.
Coloring with crayons has never been so "scent"sational! These creamy rich, fruity gems by Crayola® are sure to please the senses with cute Silly Scents characters on the packaging. No need for sharpeners here--simply twist the crayons to give a fresh tip. With the durable plastic barrels encasing the crayon core, these are strong, even with added pressure from young hands. ~ Emily
Binney & Smith produced the first Crayola® box of eight crayons in 1903, making these crayons a true classic art tool for generations. Known for their smooth quality, rich colors, and creative color names, these are a staple for every household. Fun to use and durable too, these classic non-toxic crayons are offered in a variety of color set options beyond the original 1903 colors of the rainbow. Classic crayon size is 3 5/8" x 5/16".
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