During the last 100-plus years, Crayola has grown beyond our founders’ wildest dreams.
By applying technical innovation, unparalleled quality, consumer satisfaction and product value, Crayola has become the preeminent producer of hands-on products for creative personal development and fun.
Our company has inspired artistic creativity in children for more than 100 years – since the first box of Crayola crayons rolled off the assembly line in 1903. The company began when cousins Edwin Binney and C. Harold Smith took over Edwin’s father’s pigment business in 1885. Early products included red oxide pigment used as barn paint and carbon black used in car tires.
At Crayola, we believe being “responsible” means doing what is right. It is being a good citizen in the communities and countries where we operate and our products are found. It means incorporating social and environmental priorities and practices into our Crayola brand, our products and our relationships with customers, vendors, consumers and employees.
Silly Scents Marker Maker gives kids the tools to create their own set of markers in custom colours and scents
Young artists can use the included colour mixing guide
create their marker colours or experiment on their own to create one-of-a-kind shades. The Crayola Silly Scents Sticker Maker lets you turn almost anything into a custom sticker. To start creating your own DIY stickers just place an adhesive sheet on the sticker bed and place a magazine picture or the included line art on top. Slide the handle over the rubber mat and…instant sticker! For scented stickers, simply colour your stickers with Silly Scents Markers for a multi-sensory twist. Decorate your devices, book covers, school locker, and much more. This craft kit for kids is perfect for birthday parties and other group activities.
Washable chalk in bright colours.
Chalk rinses off with water.
Bright and eye-catching, including the exclusive Crayola technology. Colours for outdoor art on pavements and driveways
Anti-roll shape keeps the poles roll.
fine lines, large lines or use with other crayola? Outdoor chalk tool.