Thisaree Supanichvorapart on Apr 9, 2015
My kids are really like it! They keep calling them "rainbow butterflies" thx a lot
Roberta Croce on Mar 25, 2015
So stinkin' cute!!! Arrived in a timely manner! Upgraded the order! Wrapped with care to ensure secure shipment; my nieces and nephews will be thrilled with their Easter baskets this year...Thank you!!!
Jessica Roberts on Mar 16, 2015
These are the cutest crayons I have ever seen. They came package so well and all intact. Nothing in the package was broken and it all looked great. My soon to be step son really loved them.
Jessica Roberts on Mar 16, 2015
These are really cute and we're packaged really well. They were all intact too. My soon to be step son LOVES them.
Once upon a time, there was a little girl who loved art....
She loved art so much, she experimented and fell in love with many different media: from simple pencil sketches to hand-thrown pottery, from silversmithing to cross-stitch, she loved it all.
Now she's grown, and tired of writing about herself in the third-person, so she'll stop. Growing up means change, and change necessitates adjustments in lifestyle. Now that I'm a mom of a pre-schooler, I don't have the time or budget (or energy!) to indulge in crafts like pottery and jewelry-making, but I do have a saucy little Mini Me who's just as arts-and-crafts obsessed as I was at her age.
So I've put away the PMC to make room for Play-Doh and the ceramic glazes for finger paints. But how do you keep your creative juices flowing when there's Elmer's glue soaking into the carpet and seven hundred tiny pieces of colored paper snippings all over the house each and every day?
You look for a compromise. I now create the crayons that the whirling dervish uses to create the masterpieces for the fridge. I get to trash the dining room to use it as my studio, and the girl gets to trash the living room for hers. Daddy? Daddy trashes his office while he assembles radio equipment. Don't drop by our house unless you're prepared for chaos, but do pop into my online shop, where there are no cats on the couches, no stickers on the floor, and there is always ample parking.
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Emily (and Victoria), 2010
Owner, (and Product Tester)
I was born and raised in Toronto, Ontario, but I've lived in three U.S. states and am now settled in Niagara Falls, NY. We couldn't ask for better friends or community, and we're thrilled to live so close to such an amazing National treasure!
"Peelie", as she's affectionately nicknamed around here, is my Go-To Gal when I get overloaded with orders. She peels crayons, organizes the studio, gets my head straight, and basically rescues me when I'm drowning in wax!
I use only Crayola brand crayons because of their high quality and commitment to both energy conservation and American employment.
Accepted payment methods
- Accepts Etsy gift cards
I do ship internationally. It usually costs about $9 for under 1 lb, and $20 for over a pound of crayons, without insurance. International shipping has limited tracking availability and the time frames are estimates. Unless you purchase insurance (available with Priority and Express orders), I CANNOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR DELAYS OR BREAKAGE.
PLEASE make sure your SHIPPING ADDRESS on Etsy is where you want your crayons to go. You can change your shipping address for specific orders really easily without changing your account information. Just remember to change it back before you place your next order if you want that order shipped to your default address.
Refunds and Exchanges
If you receive broken crayons and your crayons have been insured (or sent via Priority Domestic Mail), you must send photos of the damage and KEEP ALL THE PACKAGING MATERIALS. The post office will reimburse you for broken items up to $50.
Crayons DO MELT if left in direct sunlight. They should NOT melt in shipping. The melting point of crayons is quite high, and the packaging acts as insulation. Mailing crayons, even to Texas in the middle of the summer, should not be a problem.