Valentine’s Day is on its way and Crayola’s got everyone covered! You can look ahead and send your followers over to save 20% on orders over $60 using offer code HEART during the month of February!
Be the first to share the news about how customers can also BOGO 50% off Classpacks & Bulk and Colors of the World along with snagging a Free Gift with any Adult Coloring Order over $10 between January 30th and February 15th! Shoppers can use their supplies to create fun DIY activities like the DIY Ring Toss and Rock Art Tic Tac Toe.
Those wanting to save right now can still take 15% off orders over $30 using offer code SNOW until January 31st. You can also BOGO 40% off back to school, project supplies, and sales & deals through January 15th as well as BOGO 50% off classpacks & bulk between January 23rd and 30th. Customers can keep up the BOGO deals with a cool BOGO 30% off Valentine's Day Craft & Card Making Supplies promo between January 16th and 30th. In case this still isn’t enough, spring school supply shoppers can take 20% off classpacks & bulk orders over $100 and 25% off orders over $250 as well!
Whether it's providing tools to put a purple octopus on the moon, or enabling teachers to bring arts-infused learning into the classroom, Crayola is passionate about helping parents and educators raise creatively alive children who we believe will grow to be inspired, original adults.
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.
After noticing a need for safe, high quality, affordable wax crayons, in 1903, Crayola produced the first box of eight crayons and sold them for 5 cents.
Since then, the Crayola brand has grown into a portfolio of innovative art tools, crafting activities, and creative toys that give kids the power to express all that inspires them as they explore, discover, play, pretend, and dream.
In 1984, Crayola became a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hallmark Cards and has since played a significant role in Hallmark’s personal development strategies.
The company carried the name of its founders, Binney & Smith, until 2007 when we changed our name to Crayola to reflect our No. 1 brand.
Crayola has called Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania, its home since the turn of the century. Today, the company's world headquarters and major manufacturing facilities are located there. Downtown Easton is the home of The Crayola EXPERIENCE®, our interactive brand experience where families can enjoy a day of creative fun and see how we make our iconic Crayola crayons and markers.
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