A few weeks ago, I was given the opportunity to try out Crayola’s new Lights, Camera, Color! application. This kid-friendly, easy-to-use online application at Crayola.com allows children to upload their digital photos and transform them into unique coloring pages, then add fun designs and pictures that turn them into totally customized creations.
Specially-marked Crayola crayon boxes include a code that lets you print custom coloring pages. Anyone can try out the application for free online anytime, but a code is required to print out the personalized coloring pages. Each code found in 64 ct or larger boxes is good for six months and the 48 ct box has a code good for three months of unlimited prints.
Crayola has offered Frugal Living NW readers a special one day pass to try out the Lights, Camera, Color! application for yourself. Use the code PRT77F3S.
:: Upload a digital photo to Crayola.com
:: Print out your coloring page or save and send it to Coloring Page Maker to customize it
:: Choose a background, add props, select words or phrases
:: Save and print
:: Start coloring the one-of-a-kind creation!
We tried this application out and it is really easy to use. My 5-year old can do it herself and my 3-year old can do it with my help. The product is cool and certainly worth checking out!
Crayola and MyBlogSpark is giving one Frugal Living NW reader a chance to experience Crayola crayons and this new Lights, Camera, Color! application by giving away a Crayola 150-count Telescoping Crayon Tower and a code for six months of unlimited prints at Lights, Camera, Color!
Crayola, through MyBlogSpark, provided Angela with a Telescoping Crayon Tower, code and information for this giveaway.
You have three opportunities to enter this giveaway:
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Comments will close and a winner randomly selected on Monday, December 14 at Noon.
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