Cammo Style Love: Crayola celebrates 110 years!!

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Crayola celebrates 110 years!!

Many years ago, 1990 to be exact, Crayola retired its eight crayon set - orange yellow, raw umber, green blue, maize, blue gray, orange red, violet blue and lemon yellow.  The year after that they came with a Limited Edition tribute to it of sorts, in a box that was modeled after the original box.  I really can't remember when I actually received it, or who I received it from, but it wound up in my box of special memories, barely touched, but inexplicably missing the Maize color,which now I'm totally bummed about.  I can't remember the last time I looked in it.  But me being the vintage lover I saved it, and its still here.




Well, Crayola is celebrating the 110, whoa!  And, in celebration of the celebration is opening an all new Crayola Experience in Easton, Pa, to be unveiled Memorial Day Weekend.  This is not the Crayola Factory, this is a unique experience all in its own.  Its a place for children to discovery and experience a world of color and creativity.  The Crayola Experience features four floors of new interactive exhibits and one-of-a-kind attractions that will bring the magic of color and your child's creativity to life! 

However Crayola has presented us with the opportunity win our way in!  You can FOLLOW the crayons on their adventure, LEARN more about each color and enter to WIN a trip for 4 for a three-night, all expenses paid trip, to celebrate their birthday and the Grand Opening.

Visit the Crayola Facebook page and click "enter now" for your chance to be first in line.

I am so very excited for this experience and I know it will definitely be on our list of things to do, maybe when Phillip is out of the eating crayons stage.

This is a sponsored post brought to you by Crayola.  Some content was provided to me by Crayola.  My views and opinions are my own.


2 comments:

  1. Wow 110 years!? I love crayola lol. I'm a big kid. :)

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  2. 110 years, that is amazing! I love the old fashioned packaging, very cool! Reading over your About Me, and I was in the metro DC/Nova area for 7 years myself, but not a milspouse. Anyhoo, found you on the MeloMomma blog and following :)
    Heather M, www.RockStew.com

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