Crayola’s Spring Green

Crayola Has a Gift for Naming Colors.

I Have Always Been in Awe.

In 1958, Crayola introduced its Line of 64 Colors…

With a Spectacular Array of Color Names…Check these out…

Crayola No. 64 Box –

APRICOT, AQUAMARINE, BITTERSWEET, BLACK, BLUE, BLUE GRAY, BLUE GREEN, BLUE VIOLET, BRICK RED, BRILLIANT ROSE, BROWN, BURNT ORANGE, BURNT SIENNA, CADET BLUE, CARNATION PINK, COPPER, CORNFLOWER, FLESH, FOREST GREEN, GOLD, GOLDENROD, GRAY, GREEN, GREEN BLUE, GREEN YELLOW, INDIAN RED, LAVENDER, LEMON YELLOW, LIGHT BLUE, MAHOGANY, MAIZE, MAROON, MELON, MIDNIGHT BLUE, MULBERRY, NAVY BLUE, OLIVE GREEN, ORANGE, ORANGE RED, ORANGE YELLOW, ORCHID, PERIWINKLE, PINE GREEN, PLUM, RAW SIENNA, RAW UMBER, RED, RED ORANGE, RED VIOLET, SALMON, SEA GREEN, SEPIA, SILVER, SKY BLUE, SPRING GREEN, TAN, THISTLE, VIOLET, VIOLET BLUE, VIOLET RED, WHITE, YELLOW, YELLOW GREEN, YELLOW ORANGE

And then I Saw It…Spring Green!

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Crayola was Spot On.

A Perfect Match with Spring.

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Green.  Perhaps Not Everyone’s Favorite Color.

Except for Today.

Here’s to the Wearing of the Green and Magic!

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