ScribblersCrayons

Reshaping the way you color!

Richmond, Virginia · 2081 Sales

ScribblersCrayons

Reshaping the way you color!

Richmond, Virginia 2081 Sales On Etsy since 2010

5 out of 5 stars
(695)

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Note from shop owner Home base for Scribblers Crayons will be moving off of ETSY because I cannot compete with the increased fees. Please contact me at randired [!at] gmail.com

Note from shop owner

Last updated on Jul 15, 2018

Home base for Scribblers Crayons will be moving off of ETSY because I cannot compete with the increased fees. Please contact me at randired [!at] gmail.com

Randi Shapiro

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Reviews

Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
(695)
Annie Gleason

Annie Gleason on Jun 10, 2018

5 out of 5 stars

Great customer service and item sent very quickly. I'd definitely buy from them again!

Shannon

Shannon on May 31, 2018

5 out of 5 stars

These just blew me away!!! Wish I could give 10 stars! Thank you so much for her super quick shipping and added star crayon! Such a hit!

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About

Reshaping crayons together

Scribblers Crayons® came about when my son was in first grade and was obsessed with making crayons with his Crayola crayon maker. He wanted to make one for everyone. At the time I was recovering from a major surgery and was housebound. I was bored of making stick crayons with him and took out a pan to show him how to make multi-colored ones in the oven. I immediately became obsessed and got a bunch of pans in different shapes. We had fun making those. Then more molds and I had to buy more crayons. I was constantly making these crayons even when my son was in school. Finally my husband told me I had to either stop or do something about all these crayons. This is how my etsy store began.

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  • Randi

    Owner, Crayon Creator

    Once an Art Director at Fortune magazine and now a stay at home mom with an itch to create. 2 amazingly different children to keep her on her toes, the need to create keeps her grounded.

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