Thursday, December 1, 2011

Crayola! Just in time for Christmas!!

Inspire hours of wonder, adventure and dreams by giving a child more than presents for the holidays!!  (If you are like my friend Traci, you're only looking for Crayola products to bring your child's ideas to life!)  Crayola gives you many ideas in their Holiday Gift Guide (clickable link is green or you can copy and paste:  www.crayola.com/gifts )
"From fun coloring and drawing products to activity toys -- every product inspires kids to explore, discover, play, pretend and dream."  Crayola and MyBlogSpark have teamed up to offer you an AWESOME gift this holiday season!!  A gift pack that includes the Crayola Jewelry Boutique, Crayola Glow Book, Telescoping Crayon Tower and Ultimate Art Supply Kit will allow your children to be original as they bring their ideas to life!  The prize pack is one of each of these!!  FOUR wonderful genuine Crayola products worth over $75 combined!  Your kids will be lucky to have these this Holiday season. 

Crayola Jewelry Boutique:  Kids can become their own jewelry designers! Crayola put a unique “spin” on jewelry making with a special “jewelry spinner” that creates multi-colored beads using Crayola Model Magic. As kids spin their beads into shapes, they can string them together to create original bracelets, necklaces, earrings, and pendants that reflect their own personal style. Let the designing begin! Recommended for children ages 6+, each Jewelry Boutique kit includes 8 packs of Crayola Model Magic to mold 160 beads, 5 bracelet charms, 3 pendant charms, 2 shape cutters, a bead dryer rack, 5 toggle sets, 4 earring posts and ear wires, a bead punch, 18 gems, 2 necklace cords, 1 elastic cord, bead glaze, and the Jewelry Boutique Spinner with storage areas and retails for $24.99!

Crayola Glow Book:  Let your kids’ imaginations run free this holiday season while creating glowing, moving art with the Crayola Glow Book. Turn the lights out and watch their artwork come alive on each page and appear as if it is actually moving! Using special glowing-ink markers to draw on each of the four clear pages, kids can choose one of the four tracing guides to create original scenes, signs and messages, and arrange them in their desired order. Then, just hit the lights and allow your kids to wow you with wildly colorful, glowing animated scenes. Variable light settings create colorful, multi-layered effects. The Crayola Glow Book wipes off easily so kids can use their imaginations to create endless glowing artwork! A simple wet cloth will do. Recommended for children ages 6+, the kit includes one Glow Book with 4 clear pages, 4 animation tracing guides and 6 glow markers and retails for $24.99.   (My girls have seen this commercial on TV and have both put it on their wish lists for Santa!)

Crayola’s Telescoping Crayon Tower and Ultimate Art Supply Case: For everyday inspiration and creativity, be sure to keep Crayola’s Telescoping Crayon Tower and all-inclusive Ultimate Art Supplies case handy, so they’re can always be prepared to create! Filled with crayons and all of the classic art tools for drawing and painting, kids can share their creativity through colorful works of art!  The Telescoping Crayon Tower puts limitless color at kids' fingertips and compacts neatly for storage with 150 Crayola Crayons and a built-in sharpener for extra convenience.   The Crayon Tower retails for $17.99.

Recommended for children 4+, the Ultimate Art Supply Kit contains 24 crayons, 8 washable broad line markers, 12 colored pencils, 8 washable watercolors, 1 paint brush, school glue, scissors, and colored paper and retails for $16.99.

Have you seen any of these items on the TV commercials like my kids have? 


It's easy to win!!  There is one mandatory entry and many "bonus" entries.  The contest will run from tonight until 12:01 a.m. EST on Wednesday, 12/7/11. 





Disclosure: The Crayola Innovative Holiday prize pack, product information and prize pack for giveaway have been provided by Crayola through MyBlogSpark.

19 comments:

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Donna Saville said...

This is AWESOME! My 5 year old loves to draw, color and his supplies are always ALL over! The Crayola Tower would totally keep it all in 1 spot and make it easy for him to find 'Aqua' his new favorite color. ;D

karen said...

I would love to give the jewelry maker to my DD who LOVES to make all kinds of things -especially jewelry!
And I'd love to give the Glow Book to my DS who is a budding artist. (He wants to be an art teacher when he grows up.) This book is just too awesome!
Karen

GinaB said...

I was wondering if the boys would like any of these products....hmmm?

Anonymous said...

I love Crayola! I am a Crayola snob and will only buy their brand of crayons, markers, etc. for my daughter, Avery, who loves to color. Hope to win! Traci

Jeni said...

I would love to give my daughter Paige the glow book! She has been begging for 1!

Michelle Coles said...

My daughter would love that Jewelry Maker!! They are all great prizes though:)

Baby G said...

Any one of these items would be awesome gifts for the kiddies on my list.

Becky Jane said...

The Art Supply Kit. My kids are all into art!

Thanks, Becky Jane
riseaboveyourlimits at gmail dot com

Stacy said...

I'd give the Ultimate art suppy box because they are open-ended. The child can choose what they want yo make for themselves.

Elena said...

Crayola’s Telescoping Crayon Tower and Ultimate Art Supply Case. My child loves art.

elena150980@yahoo.com

DevotionMama said...

my boys would love the glow book

Christine said...

um, obviously the jewelry one!!!!! kailey would freak!!!!!!! haha

Momma Z said...

Glow Pad!! That's pretty neat!

soonermom said...

I'd give the Crayon tower because you can never have too many colors!

katychick said...

crayon tower- b/c my son loves to build and color
tcogbill at live dot com

Anonymous said...

I would love these for my kids. Kathy. Kmsa1234 at cavtel dot net

Anonymous said...

Any one of my grandkids would LOVE any of these items.
Judy K

AnneM said...

You know, I actually want the Crayola Glow Book for myself. I'll probably use it before the kiddo does.