Fragrant scented markers add dimension to kids' artwork
Rich, vibrant colors to match scents
Washable inks for easy cleanup
Chisel style tip creates both fine & broad lines
12 scented marker art tools
Suggested Age: 3 Years and Up
Features: Non-toxic, Scented
Ink Color: Multicolored
Point size: Medium
Package Quantity: 12
Item Number (DPCI): 081-04-4464
Crayola Silly Scents combines fragrant scents in a cool, colorful line of crayons, markers and colored pencils! Each aromatic art tool comes ready to scribble and sniff. The 12ct pack of Chisel Tip Markers includes Cherry, Orange, Apple, Fresh Air, Blueberry, Grape, Tropical Punch, Cotton Candy, Marshmallow, Coconut, Root Beer scents-and introducing, Pineapple! The durable chisel style tip can deliver delicious fine lines and rich, thick ones too. Comes in a delightful character pack.
I am an elementary art teacher and thought these looked neat to use with students. I would not order these again due to the tops being hard for kids to put back on correctly. So many of these dried out quickly even with the top on but often the top was stuck on upside down (since both ends look similar) and they wouldn't snap shut leaving it loose and falling off. The scents were good except the fresh air. I would like to look for something more durable next time.
1 reply from Crayola Consumer Care team - 11 months ago
We are sorry to learn your experience with the Silly Scents Wedge Tip Markers has been less than perfect. Your feedback about how the caps were difficult to put back on for your child is very helpful, and we will be passing this information along to our Silly Scents Team for further improvement. In the meantime, please contact us at Crayola.com/support so we may learn more and assist you further. Best wishes for a colorful future!
I really like scanty markers and my kid as well. But theres one that’s super whack. It’s the blue one. They’re all scented like fruity smells but my child was shook. She said it was suppose to smell like “ fresh air” in other words.. detergent. It smells like cheap detergent . I expected blue berry or raspberry. But nah. We got detergent. So whoever’s bright idea to make that marker that smells like fresh air... you might wanna move them to a different department