Crayola announces they are dropping the ‘Dandelion’ color

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Watch the announcement below. The announcement doesn’t unveil the new color, but shares that it will be “part of the blue family” and Crayola fans will have the chance to help name it (around 8 min, 30 sec in)

Crayola announced that they are retiring the “Dandelion” color from its 24-pack of crayons.

On Friday, March 31, 2017, which happens to be “National Crayon Day,” Crayola announced details about a replacement color, which was expected to be unveiled later this year.

Click here to see Crayola’s Facebook page. 

We asked our viewers which crayon color they would part with, and they said “White,” followed by “Cerulean,” and “Green-Yellow.” Dandelion ranked as the 7th color that would get the boot (see poll below).

This is the first time the company has retired a crayon color from its 24-pack. 

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