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90-Piece Crayola Colossal Creativity Tub $14.70 (Was $19.88) w/ Pickup @ Walmart.com


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#1 magickallight  OFFLINE  

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Posted Aug 14, 2019 - 4:11 am

PERFECT for back to school! :) Walmart.com offers the
Crayola Colossal Creativity Tub, Art And Craft Supplies, Gift, 90 Pieces
$14.70
Was $19.88
Free store pickup
or Free 2-Day Shipping on orders $35+

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The Crayola Colossal Creativity Tub makes an excellent addition to any collection of arts and crafts supplies. Featuring a versatile compilation of artistic tools, it offers a great outlet for a variety of creative endeavors. This Crayola ultimate tub of color makes a wonderful gift for children who are excited about making art. It features 24 Crayons, 8 Broad Line Markers, 12 Twistables Colored Pencils, and more. Kids can use it to make many different types of art, including collages, drawings, sculptures, decorative cards and more. The bucket conveniently stores all of the materials, making cleanup and storage a simple process. In total, this tub contains over 90 pieces.

  • KIDS CRAFT SUPPLIES: Includes 24 Crayons, 8 Broad Line Markers, 12 Twistables Colored Pencils, 4 Washable Sidewalk Chalk Sticks, 6 Washable Kid's Paints, 30 Sheets of Construction Paper, 4 Packs of Modeling Clay, and 2 Packs of Model Magic.
  • WALMART EXCLUSIVE: Craft kit for kids, age 5 & up.
  • ARTS & CRAFT PROJECTS: This craft supply set is great for art projects at school and creative play at home.
  • REUSABLE STORAGE TUB: Keep art supplies organized and safely stored away in this durable, plastic tub.
  • GIFT FOR KIDS: Over 90 safe and nontoxic art supplies.

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