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Win Crayola Experience tickets – An experience the whole family will love!

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This Friday, we are giving away 4 tickets to the Crayola Experience in Orlando. To be entered to win, “Like” this post and comment with a fun name for a crayon. Read about our Art Director’s experience with her daughter, niece, and nephew. As you can tell when you read on, Crayola Experience is fun for all ages!

When Crayola Experience first opened I was pregnant with my daughter. Having a creative niece, Keeley, and nephew, Jackson, I just had to take them to check it out. So along with my brother, sister-in-law, and papa (my dad) we made it a day and everyone loved it!

My daughter Reagan turned one in December and thinking back to how much fun we had the first time, I knew we had to take her. When I told Keeley and Jackson they got so excited and begged to join us. So we loaded up the car, only this time with my one-year-old Reagan and my husband Ryan.


It was just as much fun as the first time. Even more fun for us watching Reagan run around on the stomp & play area chasing digital crayons. She used the digital iPads in the Art Alive! area to color her very own turtle with her Uncle Donald’s help. Crayons Scarlet and Turk held her attention as we all learned about how the crayons are made. Then, we made our way to Toddler Town where she climbed on the playground and checked out the giant light wall. With all the colors and fun songs she didn’t want to miss a thing!


Keeley, 10, and Jackson, 7, also didn’t want to miss a thing. The first thing they both did was make a crayon label for their cousin. They enjoyed every station and loved the new “you design” area where their creations danced using binder clips. They went home with bags filled with projects, crayons, modeling clay, drip art, and crayons shaped like a seahorse.

We will definitely be back soon!

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