My name is Crimson and MY COLOR ROCKS,
i’m proud to be the newest kid in the box!
So glad, you stopped by to learn about me, can't wait for you to read my story.
Until then, I wait with great anticipation,
and while you're exploring, don't forget to use your imagination!
See you soon.
Well, I just learned how to do a Nollie (aka the Nose Ollie). I am pretty good at kickflips and working on my power slide! You know what they say, "Practice makes perfect!"
When do you "go" on red and "stop" on green?
-When you are eating a watermelon!
You will find out, when you read my story, that it took a while for me to see, all I wanted to be was ME! ...Creating brilliant art with my pals!
I love birds and detailing their distinct feathers. It may have a little something to do with my very first task as a crayon... coloring the Crimson Sunbird's unmistakable mask! I also think Cardinals, Pileated Woodpeckers, Pine Grosbeaks and Macaws are pretty amazing birds to color too!
Easy peasy, London! Rich in culture and art! Did I mention it's also home to one of the coolest skateboard parks in the world? In the nearby town of Brighton, England! Who wants to tour London with me? We can get a birds-eye-view atop a double decker bus!
Well, if we are being completely honest here... sometimes. It would be really swell if you amazing young artists would consider leaving my paper layer in tact (aka my clothes)- I mean, I prefer a little dignity!
Green, Black, Brown, Red, Orange, Yellow, Blue, Purple (the Original Eight) and ME, Crimson!
Reduced crayons... let's reuse and recycle!
Step One: Round up your broken or well-used crayons. Assort them by like-colors.
Step Two: Find a silicone mold.
Step Three: Adults put in the oven at 275 (7-9 min.). As soon as they have reached room temp. your crayons are back to life!
Can you find the letter... L?
Step One: Write the alphabet on a sheet of white construction paper with a white crayon.
Step Two: Use watercolor paints to reveal the letter.
Step Three: Have fun learning the alphabet with your little ones!
Decorate the greatest pumpkin in the patch.
Step One: Pick the perfect white pumpkin.
Step Two: Use tacky glue to glue a few crayons (paper removed) on the top of the pumpkin. Let glue dry overnight.
Step Three: Use a blow dryer (or heat crafting tool) to melt the crayons.
Inspired by one of our favorite books, create a nifty little crayon fort for all your crayons!
Step One: Gather up all your cardboard.
Step Two: Glue/ Tape them together.
Step Three: Express your creativity by building your crayons their dream haven.
There is a superhero in all of us!
Step One: Close your eyes.
Step Two: Transport in to your superhero self. What is your super-skill?
Step Three: Use construction paper, crayons and a string to bring your superhero self to life!
Step Four: Save the world!
The perfect DIY gift for someone that Inspires or Creates!
Step One: Gather up your broken crayons.
Step Two: Place them into a clear plastic fillable ornament.
Step Three: Write or choose your inspiring decal.
Step Four: Fill the bulb, seal it with a hot glue gun and add your ribbon!
Step Five: Gift with a special copy of Crimson!
Let's get MESSY!
Colorful Borax-free slime for kids (and adults).
Start by shaving your crayons on to a piece of wax paper. Combine your glue, baking soda and water in a medium size bowl. Add your saline and knead. Work in your crayon shavings and enjoy!
Crimson Popsicle Stick Puppets
Step One: Pick your favorite Crimson crayon character(s).
Step Two: Color your jumbo popsicle stick with crayon.
Step Three: Add the crayon tip and any other bling.
Step Four: Don't forget to add your favorite googly eyes!
Step Five: Give your crayon a face!
Use a shoebox or back side of a book to create a stage and get your show on the road! This also doubles as an awesome bookmark for your favorite Nana & Papa. Enjoy and break a leg!