An assortment of crayon boxes produced by Binney & Smith between 1903 and 1920

Since the introduction of Crayola drawing crayons by Binney & Smith in 1903, more than 200 colors have been produced in a wide variety of assortments. The table below represents all of the colors found in regular Crayola assortments from 1903 to the present.[a] Since the introduction of fluorescent crayons in the 1970s, the standard colors have been complemented by a number of specialty crayon assortments, represented in subsequent tables.

Standard colors

For the colors arranged by time period, see History of Crayola crayons.

Color Name Hexadecimal in their website depiction[b] R G B Years in production[2] Notes 16-Box 24-Box 48-Box 64-Box 96-Box 120-Box
  Red #ED0A3F 237 10 63 1903–present Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
  Maroon #C32148 195 33 72 1949–present Known as "Dark Red", 1949–1958.[2] No No No No Yes Yes
  Scarlet #FD0E35 253 14 53 1998–present Known as "Torch Red", 1998.[2] No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
  Brick Red #C62D42 198 45 66 1958–present No No No Yes Yes Yes
  English Vermilion #CC474B 204 71 75 1903–1935 Also spelled "Vermillion".[2]
  Madder Lake #CC3336 204 51 54 1903–1935
  Permanent Geranium Lake #E12C2C 225 44 44 1903–circa 1910
  Maximum Red #D92121 217 33 33 1926–1944 Part of the Munsell line.[2]
  Chestnut #B94E48 185 78 72 1903–present Known as "Indian Red" before 1999.[2] No No Yes Yes Yes Yes
  Orange-Red #FF5349 255 83 73 1958–1990
  Sunset Orange #FE4C40 254 76 64 1997–present No No No No No Yes
  Bittersweet #FE6F5E 254 111 94 1958–present No No No Yes Yes Yes
  Dark Venetian Red #B33B24 179 59 36 1903–circa 1910 "Venetian Red, Dark" on labels.[2]
  Venetian Red #CC553D 204 85 61 1903–1944
  Light Venetian Red #E6735C 230 115 92 1903–circa 1910 "Venetian Red, Light" on labels.[2]
  Vivid Tangerine #FF9980 255 153 128 1990–present No No No No Yes Yes
  Middle Red #E58E73 229 142 115 1926–1944 Part of the Munsell line.[2]
  Burnt Orange #FF7034 255 112 52 1958–present No No No Yes Yes Yes
  Red-Orange #FF3F34 255 63 52 1930–present Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
  Orange #FF8833 255 136 51 1903–present Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
  Macaroni and Cheese #FFB97B 255 185 123 1993–present Also found as "Macaroni & Cheese" and "Macaroni-n-Cheese".[2] No No No Yes Yes Yes
  Middle Yellow Red #ECAC76 236 172 118 1926–1944, 1949–1958 Part of the Munsell line, 1926–1944. Same color as "Medium Orange" (1949–1958).[2]
  Mango Tango #E77200 231 114 0 2003–present No No No No Yes Yes
  Yellow-Orange #FFAE42 255 174 66 1930–present Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
  Maximum Yellow Red #F2BA49 242 186 73 1926–1944 Part of the Munsell line.[2]
  Banana Mania #FBE7B2 251 231 178 1998–present No No No No No Yes
  Maize #F2C649 242 198 73 1903–1990 Known as "Gold Ochre", 1903–1958. "Golden Ochre" on some labels.[2]
  Orange-Yellow #F8D568 248 213 104 1958–1990
  Goldenrod #FCD667 252 214 103 1903–present Known as "Medium Chrome Yellow" (1903–?) and "Medium Yellow" (1903–1958).[2] No No No Yes Yes Yes
  Dandelion #FED85D 254 216 93 1990–2017[2][3][4] No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
  Yellow #FBE870 251 232 112 1903–present Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
  Green-Yellow #F1E788 241 231 136 1958–present No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
  Middle Yellow #FFEB00 255 235 0 1926–1944 Part of the Munsell line.[2]
  Olive Green #B5B35C 181 179 92 1903–present No No No Yes Yes Yes
  Spring Green #ECEBBD 236 235 189 1958–present No No No Yes Yes Yes
  Maximum Yellow #FAFA37 250 250 55 1926–1944 Part of the Munsell line.[2]
  Canary #FFFF99 255 255 153 1998–present No No No No No Yes
  Lemon Yellow #FFFF9F 255 255 159 1903–1990 Also known as "Light Chrome Yellow" ("Chrome Yellow, Light" on labels) or "Light Yellow", 1903–1958. "Chrome Yellow, Light" on labels.[2]
  Maximum Green Yellow #D9E650 217 230 80 1926–1944 Part of the Munsell line.[2]
  Middle Green Yellow #ACBF60 172 191 96 1926–1944 Part of the Munsell line.[2]
  Inchworm #B0E313 176 227 19 2003–present No No No No Yes Yes
  Light Chrome Green #BEE64B 190 230 75 1903–1935 "Chrome Green, Light" on labels. Same color as "Light Green" (1903–1935).[2]
  Yellow-Green #C5E17A 197 225 122 1930–present Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
  Maximum Green #5E8C31 94 140 49 1926–1944 Part of the Munsell line.[2]
  Asparagus #7BA05B 123 160 91 1993–present No No No Yes Yes Yes
  Granny Smith Apple #9DE093 157 224 147 1993–present No No No Yes Yes Yes
  Fern #63B76C 99 183 108 1998–present No No No No No Yes
  Middle Green #4D8C57 77 140 87 1926–1944 Part of the Munsell line.[2]
  Green #01A638 1 166 56 1903–present Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
  Medium Chrome Green #6CA67C 108 166 124 1903–1939 "Chrome Green, Medium" on labels. Produced 1903–1939. Same color as "Medium Green" (1903–1939).[2]
  Forest Green #5FA777 95 167 119 1949–present Known as "Dark Green", 1949–1958.[2] No No No Yes Yes Yes
  Sea Green #93DFB8 147 223 184 1949–present Known as "Light Green", 1949–1958.[2] No No No Yes Yes Yes
  Shamrock #33CC99 51 204 153 1993–present No No No No Yes Yes
  Mountain Meadow #1AB385 26 179 133 1998–present No No No No No Yes
  Jungle Green #29AB87 41 171 135 1990–present No No No No Yes Yes
  Caribbean Green #00CC99 0 204 153 1997–present No No No No No Yes
  Tropical Rain Forest #00755E 0 117 94 1993–present No No No No Yes Yes
  Middle Blue Green #8DD9CC 141 217 204 1926–1944 Part of the Munsell line.[2]
  Pine Green #01796F 1 121 111 1903–1949, 1958–present Known as "Dark Chrome Green" ("Chrome Green, Dark" on labels) or "Dark Green", 1903–1949.[2] No No No No Yes Yes
  Maximum Blue Green #30BFBF 48 191 191 1926–1944 Part of the Munsell line.[2]
  Robin's Egg Blue #00CCCC 0 204 204 1993–present No No No Yes Yes Yes
  Teal Blue #008080 0 128 128 1990–2003
  Light Blue #8FD8D8 143 216 216 1958
  Aquamarine #458B74 69 139 116 1949–present Known as "Light Turquoise Blue", 1949–1958.[2] No No No No Yes Yes
  Turquoise Blue #6CDAE7 108 218 231 1935–present Available only in bulk, 1935–1949.[2] No No No Yes Yes Yes
  Outer Space #2D383A 45 56 58 1998–present No No No No Yes Yes
  Sky Blue #76D7EA 118 215 234 1958–present No No Yes Yes Yes Yes
  Middle Blue #7ED4E6 126 212 230 1926–1944 Part of the Munsell line.[2]
  Blue-Green #0095B7 0 149 183 1949–present Known as "Middle Blue-Green", 1949–1958.[2] Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
  Pacific Blue #009DC4 0 157 196 1993–present No No No Yes Yes Yes
  Cerulean #02A4D3 2 164 211 1990–present No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
  Maximum Blue #47ABCC 71 171 204 1926–1958 Part of the Munsell line, 1926–1944. Also known as "Blue-Green", 1930–1958.[2]
  Blue (I) #2EB4E6 46 180 230 1903–1958 Known as "Celestial Blue", 1935–1949, and "Azure Blue", 1949–1958.[2]
  Cerulean Blue #339ACC 51 154 204 1949–1958
  Cornflower #93CCEA 147 204 234 1958–present No No No Yes Yes Yes
  Green-Blue #2887C8 40 135 200 1958–1990
  Midnight Blue #003366 0 51 102 1903–present Known as "Prussian Blue", 1903–1958.[2] No No No No Yes Yes
  Navy Blue #0066CC 0 102 204 1958–present No No No No Yes Yes
  Denim #1560BD 21 96 189 1993–present No No No No Yes Yes
  Blue (III) #0066FF 0 102 255 1949–present Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
  Cadet Blue #A9B2C3 169 178 195 1958–present No No Yes Yes Yes Yes
  Periwinkle #C3CDE6 195 205 230 1958–present No No No Yes Yes Yes
  Blue (II) #4570E6 69 112 230 1935–1958 Known as "Medium Blue", 1949–1958.[2]
  Bluetiful #3C69E7 60 105 231 2017–present[5] No* Yes* Yes* Yes* Yes* Yes*
  Wild Blue Yonder #7A89B8 122 137 184 2003–present No No No No Yes Yes
  Indigo #4F69C6 79 105 198 1999–present No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
  Manatee #8D90A1 141 144 161 1998–present No No No No No Yes
  Cobalt Blue #8C90C8 140 144 200 1903–1958
  Celestial Blue #7070CC 112 112 204 1903–circa 1910
  Blue Bell #9999CC 153 153 204 1998–present No No No No No Yes
  Maximum Blue Purple #ACACE6 172 172 230 1926–1944 Part of the Munsell line.[2]
  Violet-Blue #766EC8 118 110 200 1903–circa 1910, 1930–1990 Known as "Blue-Violet", 1930–1958.[2]
  Blue-Violet #6456B7 100 86 183 1949–present Known as "Violet" 1949–1958.[2] Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
  Ultramarine Blue #3F26BF 63 38 191 1903–1944
  Middle Blue Purple #8B72BE 139 114 190 1926–1944 Part of the Munsell line.[2]
  Purple Heart #652DC1 101 45 193 1998–present No No No No No Yes
  Royal Purple #6B3FA0 107 63 160 1990–present No No No No Yes Yes
  Violet (II) #8359A3 131 89 163 1930–1949, 1958–present "Violet (Purple)" on labels.[2] Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
  Medium Violet #8F47B3 143 71 179 1949–1958
  Wisteria #C9A0DC 201 160 220 1993–present No No Yes Yes Yes Yes
  Lavender (I) #BF8FCC 191 143 204 1949–1958
  Vivid Violet #803790 128 55 144 1997–present No No No No No Yes
  Maximum Purple #733380 115 51 128 1926–1944 Part of the Munsell line.[2]
  Purple Mountains' Majesty #D6AEDD 214 174 221 1993–present Also found as "Purple Mountain Majesty" and "Purple Mountain's Majesty."[2] No No No Yes Yes Yes
  Fuchsia #C154C1 193 84 193 1990–present No No No No Yes Yes
  Pink Flamingo #FC74FD 242 116 253 1997–present No No No No No Yes
  Violet (I) #732E6C 115 46 108 1903–1930 Also known as "Purple" (1903–circa 1914).[2]
  Brilliant Rose #E667CE 230 103 206 1949–1958
  Orchid #E29CD2 226 156 210 1949–present Known as "Medium Red-Violet", 1949–1958.[2] No No No Yes Yes Yes
  Plum #843179 132 49 121 1958–present No No No Yes Yes Yes
  Medium Rose #D96CBE 217 108 190 1949–1958
  Thistle #D8BFD8 216 191 216 1949–1999 Known as "Light Magenta", 1949–1958.[2]
  Mulberry #C8509B 200 80 155 1958–2003
  Red-Violet #BB3385 187 51 133 1930–present Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
  Middle Purple #D982B5 217 130 181 1926–1944 Part of the Munsell line.[2]
  Maximum Red Purple #A63A79 166 58 121 1926–1944 Part of the Munsell line.[2]
  Jazzberry Jam #A50B5E 165 11 94 2003–present No No No No Yes Yes
  Eggplant #614051 97 64 81 1998–present No No No No No Yes
  Magenta #F653A6 246 83 166 1903–present Same color as "Permanent Magenta" (1903–?).[2] No No No Yes Yes Yes
  Cerise #DA3287 218 50 135 1993–present No No No No Yes Yes
  Wild Strawberry #FF3399 255 51 153 1990–present No No No Yes Yes Yes
  Lavender (II) #FBAED2 251 174 210 1958–present No No No Yes Yes Yes
  Cotton Candy #FFB7D5 255 183 213 1998–present No No No No No Yes
  Carnation Pink #FFA6C9 255 166 201 1903–present Known as "Rose Pink" (1903–1958) and "Pink" (1903–1917).[2] Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
  Violet-Red #F7468A 247 70 138 1958–present No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
  Razzmatazz #E30B5C 227 11 92 1993–present No No No No Yes Yes
  Piggy Pink #FDD7E4 253 215 228 1998–present Originally called "Pig Pink." No No No No No Yes
  Carmine #E62E6B 230 46 107 1935–1958 Known as "Carmine Red", 1949–1958.[2]
  Blush #DB5079 219 80 121 1998–present Known as "Cranberry", 1998–2005.[2] No No No No No Yes
  Tickle Me Pink #FC80A5 252 128 165 1993–present No No No Yes Yes Yes
  Mauvelous #F091A9 240 145 169 1993–present No No No Yes Yes Yes
  Salmon #FF91A4 255 145 164 1949–present No No No Yes Yes Yes
  Middle Red Purple #A55353 165 83 83 1926–1944 Part of the Munsell line.[2]
  Mahogany #CA3435 202 52 53 1949–present No No No Yes Yes Yes
  Melon #FEBAAD 254 186 173 1958–present No No Yes Yes Yes Yes
  Pink Sherbert #F7A38E 247 163 142 1998–present Known as "Brink Pink", 1998–2005.[2] No No No No No Yes
  Burnt Sienna #E97451 233 116 81 1903–present No No No Yes Yes Yes
  Brown #AF593E 175 89 62 1903–present Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
  Sepia #9E5B40 158 91 64 1935–1944, 1958–present Available only in bulk, 1935–1939.[2] No No No Yes Yes Yes
  Fuzzy Wuzzy #87421F 135 66 31 1998–present Known as "Fuzzy Wuzzy Brown", 1998–2005.[2] No No No No No Yes
  Beaver #926F5B 146 111 91 1998–present No No No No No Yes
  Tumbleweed #DEA681 222 166 129 1993–present No No No Yes Yes Yes
  Raw Sienna #D27D46 210 125 70 1958–present No No No Yes Yes Yes
  Van Dyke Brown #664228 102 66 40 1903–1910 Same color as "Brown" (1903–1910).[2]
  Tan #FA9D5A 250 157 90 1958–present No No Yes Yes Yes Yes
  Desert Sand #EDC9AF 237 201 175 1998–present No No No No No Yes
  Peach #FFCBA4 255 203 164 1903–present Known as "Flesh Tint" (1903–1949), "Flesh" (1949–1956, 1958–1962), and "Pink Beige" (1956–1958).[2] No No Yes Yes Yes Yes
  Burnt Umber #805533 128 85 51 1903–1944
  Apricot #FDD5B1 253 213 177 1958–present No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
  Almond #EED9C4 238 217 196 1998–present No No No No No Yes
  Raw Umber #665233 102 82 51 1903–1990
  Shadow #837050 131 112 80 1998–present No No No No No Yes
  Raw Sienna (I) #E6BC5C 230 188 92 1903–circa 1910
  Gold (I) #92926E 146 146 110 1903–1944 Metallic; swatch represents nominal hue only. Available only in bulk after 1915.[2]
  Gold (II) #E6BE8A 230 190 138 1953–present Metallic; swatch represents nominal hue only. Available only in bulk, 1953–1956.[2] No No No Yes Yes Yes
  Silver #C9C0BB 201 192 187 1903–present Metallic; swatch represents nominal hue only. Available only in bulk, 1915–1944.[2] No No No Yes Yes Yes
  Copper #DA8A67 218 138 103 1903–1915, 1958–present Metallic; swatch represents nominal hue only.[2] No No No No Yes Yes
  Antique Brass #C88A65 200 138 101 1998–present Metallic; swatch represents nominal hue only.[2] No No No No No Yes
  Black #000000 0 0 0 1903–present Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
  Charcoal Gray #736A62 115 106 98 1903–1910
  Gray #8B8680 139 134 128 1926–present As "Middle Grey", part of the Munsell line, 1926–1944. Spelled "Grey" on labels, but "Gray" on boxes. Also called "Neutral Grey", 1930–1956.[2] No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
  Blue-Gray #C8C8CD 200 200 205 1958–1990
  Timberwolf #D9D6CF 217 214 207 1993–present No No Yes Yes Yes Yes
  White #FFFFFF 255 255 255 1903–present Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
  Crayellow #F1D651[6] 241 214 81 2021, 2022 The color was introduced for Colors of Kindness.[7] No No No No No No
  Cool Mint #DDEBEC[6] 221 235 236 2021, 2022 The color was introduced for Colors of Kindness.[7] No No No No No No
  Oatmeal #D9DAD2[6] 217 218 210 2021, 2022 The color was introduced for Colors of Kindness.[7] No No No No No No
  Powder Blue #C0D5F0[6] 192 213 240 2021, 2022 The color was introduced for Colors of Kindness.[7] No No No No No No

Specialty crayons

Along with the regular packs of crayons, there have been many specialty sets, including Silver Swirls,[8] Gem Tones,[9] Pearl Brite Crayons,[10] Metallic FX Crayons,[11] Magic Scent Crayons,[12] Silly Scents,[13] and more.

Fluorescent crayons

In 1972, Binney & Smith introduced eight Crayola fluorescent crayons, designed to fluoresce under black light. The following year, they were added to the 72-count box, which had previously contained two of the eight most-used colors, in place of the duplicate crayons. These crayons remained steady until 1990, when all eight were renamed, and eight more were added, for a total of 16 fluorescent crayons. One of the new colors, Hot Magenta, shared a name with one of the original colors, now Razzle Dazzle Rose. For some reason, two of the original eight fluorescent crayons have the same color as two of the newer crayons. In 1992, the fluorescent colors were added to the new No. 96 box, becoming part of the standard lineup. When four new crayons were added to the No. 96 assortment in 2003, four existing colors were discontinued, including two of the fluorescents. Also beginning in 1993, packs of fluorescent crayons were regularly labeled "neon" or "neons".[2]

Color Name Hexadecimal R G B Notes
  Radical Red #FF355E[1] 255 53 94 Introduced in 1990.
  Wild Watermelon #FD5B78[1] 253 91 120 Same color as "Ultra Red" (1972–1990).
  Outrageous Orange #FF6037[1] 255 96 55 Same color as "Ultra Orange" (1972–1990).
  Atomic Tangerine #FF9966[1] 255 153 102 Same color as "Ultra Yellow" (1972–1990).
  Neon Carrot #FF9933[1] 255 153 51 Introduced in 1990.
  Sunglow #FFCC33[1] 255 204 51 Introduced in 1990.
  Laser Lemon #FFFF66[1] 255 255 102 Same color as "Chartreuse" (1972–1990).
  Unmellow Yellow #FFFF66[1][c] 255 255 102 Introduced in 1990.
  Electric Lime #CCFF00[1] 204 255 0 Introduced in 1990.
  Screamin' Green #66FF66[1] 102 255 102 Same color as "Ultra Green" (1972–1990).
  Magic Mint #AAF0D1 170 240 209 Produced 1990–2003.
  Blizzard Blue #50BFE6 80 191 230 Same color as "Ultra Blue" (1972–1990). Retired in 2003.
  Shocking Pink #FF6EFF[1] 255 110 255 Same color as "Ultra Pink" (1972–1990).
  Razzle Dazzle Rose #EE34D2 238 52 210 Same color as "Hot Magenta" (1972–1990).
  Hot Magenta #FF00CC[1][d] 255 0 204 Introduced in 1990.
  Purple Pizzazz #FF00BB[1][e] 255 0 187 Introduced in 1990.

Fabric Crayons

In 1976, Crayola released a pack of eight Fabric Crayons.[2] Each crayon was named after a standard color. In 1980, "Light Blue" was discontinued and replaced with Black. The colors' hexadecimal values are currently unknown. The names of the colors are listed below:

black
blue
burnt sienna
green
light blue
magenta
orange
violet
yellow

Metallic Crayons (Canada)

In 1987, Crayola released a pack of 16 Metallic Crayons in Canada.[2] Four of the colors are named after four of the standard colors. Also, one of the colors is named before a Metallic FX color. The colors' hexadecimal values are currently unknown. The names of the colors are listed below:

Silver Swirls

16 of the 24 Silver Swirls colors

In 1990, Crayola released Silver Swirls, a pack of 24 silvery colors. The colors' hexadecimal values are approximated below.[14][permanent dead link]

Color Name Hexadecimal R G B
Rusty Red #DA2C43 218 44 67
Copper Penny #AD6F69 173 111 105
Burnished Brown #A17A74 161 122 116
Aztec Gold #C39953 195 153 83
Misty Moss #BBB477 187 180 119
Shiny Shamrock #5FA778 95 167 120
Polished Pine #5DA493 93 164 147
Wintergreen Dream #56887D 86 136 125
Green Sheen #6EAEA1 110 174 161
Steel Teal #5F8A8B 95 138 139
Pewter Blue #8BA8B7 139 168 183
Cerulean Frost #6D9BC3 109 155 195
Shadow Blue #778BA5 119 139 165
Cosmic Cobalt #2E2D88 46 45 136
Glossy Grape #AB92B3 171 146 179
Lilac Luster #AE98AA 174 152 170
Pearly Purple #B768A2 183 104 162
Sugar Plum #914E75 145 78 117
Mystic Maroon #AD4379 173 67 121
Twilight Lavender #8A496B 138 73 107
Cinnamon Satin #CD607E 205 96 126
Rose Dust #9E5E6F 158 94 111
Quick Silver #A6A6A6 166 166 166
Granite Gray #676767 103 103 103

Multicultural Crayons

In 1992, Crayola released a set of eight Multicultural Crayons which "come in an assortment of skin hues that give a child a realistic palette for coloring their world."[15] The eight colors used came from their standard list of colors (none of these colors are exclusive to this set), and the set was, for the most part, well received, though there has also been some criticism.[16]

Color Name Hexadecimal R G B Notes
  Apricot #FDD5B1[1] 253 213 177 Produced 1958–present.[2]
  Black #000000[1] 0 0 0 Produced 1903–present.[2]
  Burnt Sienna #E97451[1] 233 116 81 Produced 1903–present.[2]
  Mahogany #CA3435[1] 202 52 53 Produced 1949–present.[2]
  Peach #FFCBA4[1] 255 203 164 Produced 1903–present. Known as "Flesh Tint" (1903–1949), "Flesh" (1949–1956, 1958–1962), and "Pink Beige" (1956–1958).[2]
  Sepia #9E5B40[1] 158 91 64 Produced 1935–1944, 1958–present. Available only in bulk, 1935–1949.[2]
  Tan #FA9D5A[1] 250, 157 90 Produced 1958–present.[2]
  White #FFFFFF[1] 255 255 255 Produced 1903–present.[2]

Magic Scent Crayons

16 of the 30 Crayola Magic Scent Crayons (showing Leather Jacket, Dirt, Fresh Air, Eucalyptus, Baby Powder, Shampoo, Rose, Daffodil, Smoke, Lumber, Cedar Chest, Lilac, New Car, Tulip, Soap, and Pine)

In 1994, Crayola produced a 16-pack of crayons that released fragrances when used. In 1995, Crayola changed some of the scents because of complaints received from parents that some of the crayons smelled good enough to eat, like the Cherry, Chocolate, and Blueberry scented crayons.[17] Crayons with food scents were retired in favor of non-food scents. The 30 crayons all consisted of regular Crayola colors.[2]

Color Name of Scent Name of Crayola Color Used Hexadecimal R G B
Rose Red #ED0A3F 237 10 63
Cedar Chest Mahogany #CA3435 202 52 53
Chocolate Brown #AF593E 175 89 62
Dirt Sepia #9E5B40 158 91 64
Jelly Bean Orange #FF8833 255 136 51
Orange Orange #FF8833 255 136 51
Tulip Orange #FF8833 255 136 51
Peach Peach #FFCBA4 255 203 164
Lumber Apricot #FDD5B1 253 213 177
Banana Dandelion #FED85D 254 216 93
Lemon Yellow #FBE870 251 232 112
Daffodil Yellow #FBE870 251 232 112
Lime Yellow Green #C5E17A 197 225 122
Eucalyptus Jungle Green #29AB87 41 171 135
Pine Pine Green #01796F 1 121 111
Fresh Air Sky Blue #76D7EA 118 215 234
New Car Blue (III) #0066FF 0 102 255
Soap Periwinkle #C3CDE6 195 205 230
Blueberry Blue (II) #4570E6 69 112 230
Grape Violet #8359A3 131 89 163
Lilac Wisteria #C9A0DC 201 160 220
Strawberry Wild Strawberry #FF3399 255 51 153
Shampoo Carnation Pink #FFA6C9 255 166 201
Bubble Gum Tickle Me Pink #FC80A5 252 128 165
Cherry Maroon #C32148 195 33 72
Coconut White #FFFFFF 255 255 255
Baby Powder White #FFFFFF 255 255 255
Smoke Gray #8B8680 139 134 128
Licorice Black #000000 0 0 0
Leather Jacket Black #000000 0 0 0

Gem Tones

All 16 Crayola Gem Tones crayon colors

In 1994, Crayola released Gem Tones, a pack of 16 crayons modeled after the colors of gemstones. The colors' hexadecimal values are approximated below:

Color Name Hexadecimal R G B
Jasper #D05340 208 83 64
Smokey Topaz #832A0D 131 42 13
Citrine #933709 147 55 9
Tiger's Eye #B56917 181 105 23
Peridot #ABAD48 171 173 72
Jade #469A84 70 154 132
Emerald #14A989 20 169 137
Malachite #469496 70 148 150
Moonstone #3AA8C1 58 168 193
Sapphire #2D5DA1 45 93 161
Lapis Lazuli #436CB9 67 108 185
Amethyst #64609A 100 96 154
Rose Quartz #BD559C 189 85 156
Ruby #AA4069 170 64 105
Pink Pearl #B07080 176 112 128
Onyx #353839 53 56 57

Glow in the Dark Crayons

In 1994, Crayola released Glow in the Dark Crayons, a pack of eight crayons. However, it did not contain any color names in North America. Only four of the colors were available in the U.K.

Crayola Changeables

All six Crayola Changeables crayons with color changer

The Crayola Changeables crayons were introduced in 1995. The chart[18] includes the color changer, an off-white crayon that goes on clear and initiates the color changes in the other crayons from the "From color" to the "To color".

From
color
Name Hexadecimal To
color
Name Hexadecimal R G B
Blue #C0E7F1 Magenta #EB58DD 235 88 221
Green #91E351 Violet #963D7F 150 61 127
Orange #FF8071 Black #000000 0 0 0
Pink #FF8ABA Yellow #FFF7CC 255 247 204
Red #F4405D Blue #131391 19 19 145
Yellow #FDFD07 Green #4F7948 79 121 72
Color Changer #FFE9D1 255 233 209

Color 'n Smell Crayons

Following previous issues with scented crayons in 1994 and 1995, Binney & Smith released a new line, known as "Magic Scent" crayons in 1997. None of the crayons were named after or given the scent of foods. The 16 crayons all consisted of regular Crayola colors.[2]

Color Name of Scent Name of Crayola Color Hexadecimal R G B
Earthworm Brick Red #C62D42 198 45 66
Smell the Roses Red #ED0A3F 237 10 63
Pet Shop Brown #AF593E 175 89 62
Baseball Mitt Burnt Sienna #E97451 233 116 81
Grandma's Perfume Orange #FF8833 255 136 51
Saw Dust Peach #FFCBA4 255 203 164
Sharpening Pencils Goldenrod #FCD667 252 214 103
Wash the Dog Dandelion #FED85D 254 216 93
Sunny Day Yellow #FBE870 251 232 112
Koala Tree Jungle Green #29AB87 41 171 135
Pine Tree Pine Green #01796F 1 121 111
Fresh Air Sky Blue #76D7EA 118 215 234
Flower Shop Wisteria #C9A0DC 201 160 220
Bubble Bath Tickle Me Pink #FC80A5 252 128 165
Baby's Powder White #FFFFFF 255 255 255
New Sneakers Black #000000 0 0 0

Star Brite Crayons

In 1997, Crayola released a 16-pack of Star Brite Crayons. However, it did not contain any color names. The hex triplets below are representative of the colors produced by the named crayons.

Color Hexadecimal R G B
#F898C8 248 152 200
#E91E63 233 30 99
#D62518 214 37 24
#AD0000 173 0 0
#FA7A00 250 122 0
#CDDC39 205 220 57
#00D8A0 0 216 160
#1BA77B 27 167 123
#004C71 0 76 113
#1AADE0 26 173 224
#0069BD 0 105 189
#333399 51 51 153
#56418C 86 65 140
#212321 33 35 33
#E63300 230 51 0
#DE6900 222 105 0

Color Mix-Up Crayons

In 1997, Crayola released a 16-pack of Color Mix-Up Crayons, each of which contains a solid color with flecks of two other colors in it. Colors in the chart below are approximated.[19] The hex RGB values are in the order of the predominant color and then the flecks. Colors for crayons other than Mixed Veggies and Star Spangled Banner come from information on the crayon wrapper.

Crayon name Crayon name Crayon name Crayon name
Prime Other1 Other2 Prime Other1 Other2 Prime Other1 Other2 Prime Other1 Other2
Baby's Blanket Blazing Bonfire Cool and Crazy Lemon Lime Zing
#FF8ABA #1F75FE #1CAC78 #FCE883 #FF7538 #EE204D #FFFFFF #7851A9 #0D98BA #FCE883 #1CAC78 #1F75FE
Magenta Mix-Up Mixed Veggies Off-Road Peaches 'n Cream
#FCB4D5 #1F75FE #C8385A #B6B650 #BD0B4C #F2DD87 #DEAA88 #2B6CC4 #C8385A #FFFFFF #FFCFAB #FCE883
Rainforest Shrimp Cocktail Southwest Star Spangled Banner
#6DAE81 #5D76CB #7851A9 #FFFFFF #FF7538 #C8385A #FFFFFF #FF7538 #5D76CB #F8EFE6 #1F75FE #EE204D
Stonewashed Surf's Up Twister Warm and Fuzzy
#80DAEB #2B6CC4 #C8385A #FFFFFF #1CA9C9 #FCE883 #FFFFFF #1CAC78 #FF7538 #FF8ABA #FF7538 #1F75FE

Pearl Brite Crayons

Crayola Pearl Brite Crayons, Color Mix-Up, and Crayons with Glitter

In 1997, Crayola released a 16-pack of Pearl Brite Crayons.[20] These were designed to give soft pearlescent colors. These had a new wrapper design, black with a white oval Crayola logo and white text.

Color Name Hexadecimal R G B
Salmon Pearl #F1444A 241 68 74
Mandarin Pearl #F37A48 243 122 72
Sunset Pearl #F1CC79 241 204 121
Sunny Pearl #F2F27A 242 242 122
Key Lime Pearl #E8F48C 232 244 140
Caribbean Green Pearl #6ADA8E 106 218 142
Ocean Green Pearl #48BF91 72 191 145
Turquoise Pearl #3BBCD0 59 188 208
Aqua Pearl #5FBED7 95 190 215
Black Coral Pearl #54626F 84 98 111
Ocean Blue Pearl #4F42B5 79 66 181
Midnight Pearl #702670 112 38 112
Orchid Pearl #7B4259 123 66 89
Mystic Pearl #D65282 214 82 130
Rose Pearl #F03865 240 56 101
Cultured Pearl #F5F5F5 245 245 245

Crayons with Glitter

In 1997, Crayola released Crayons with Glitter as part of a Special Effects crayons package. Starting as late as 1999, their crayon names do not appear on the crayon wrappers.[21]

Primary Color Primary Hexadecimal Primary

R

Primary

G

Primary

B

Glitter Color Glitter Hexadecimal Glitter R Glitter G Glitter B Name
#EE204D 238 32 77 #CDC5C2 205 197 194 Red with Shimmering Silver Glitter
#FF7538 255 117 56 #77DDE7 119 221 231 Orange with Twinkling Turquoise Glitter
#FCE883 252 232 131 Rainbow Yellow with Rainbow Glitter
#C5E384 197 227 132 #CDC5C2 205 197 194 Yellow Green with Silver Glitter
#1CAC78 28 172 120 #77DDE7 119 221 231 Green with Twinkling Turquoise Glitter
#0D98BA 13 152 186 #E7C697 231 198 151 Blue Green with Glitzy Gold Glitter
#80DAEB 128 218 235 #E7C697 231 198 151 Sky Blue with Glitzy Gold Glitter
#1F75FE 31 117 254 #CDC5C2 205 197 194 Blue with Shimmering Silver Glitter
#7851A9 120 81 169 #EE204D 238 32 77 Royal Purple with Ruby Red Glitter
#E6A8D7 230 168 215 #77DDE7 119 221 231 Orchid with Twinkling Turquoise Glitter
#C0448F 192 68 143 #E7C697 231 198 151 Red Violet with Glitzy Gold Glitter
#FFAACC 255 170 204 #FCB4D5 252 180 213 Carnation Pink with Lavender Glitter
#C8385A 200 56 90 #E7C697 231 198 151 Maroon with Glitzy Gold Glitter
#FFFFFF 255 255 255 Rainbow White with Rainbow Glitter
#FFFFFF 255 255 255 #E7C697 231 198 151 White with Glitzy Gold Glitter
#000000 0 0 0 #E7C697 231 198 151 Black with Glitzy Gold Glitter

In 2019, Crayola released an updated version of Crayons with Glitter in a 24-count pack featuring new names:

 black gold   blue blazes   lavender burst 
 shredded cheddar   golden dust   aqua fiz
 gritty green   maroon mist   confetti sunset 
 campfire flicker   orchid explosion   crimson clash 
 night sky   red slaw   tropical showe
 poppin' purple   fire in the sky   flamingo flam
 chocolate sprinkles   diamond dazzle   gray glam 
 sun showe  wild wasabi   silver sparks 

Construction Paper Crayons

In 1998, Crayola introduced Construction Paper Crayons. The specialty line remained one of the longest running specialty lines they ever put out.[22] The hex triplets below are representative of the colors produced by the named crayons.

Color Hexadecimal R G B
#FFA3B1 255 163 177
#F3715A 243 113 90
#F37B70 243 123 112
#FFAD59 255 173 89
#FFE599 255 229 153
#F8FC98 248 252 152
#B4FFB4 180 255 180
#12E3DB 18 227 219
#00BCD4 0 188 212
#03A9F4 3 169 244
#4848FF 72 72 255
#6A35CE 106 53 206
#AA55AA 170 85 170
#7F7FBF 127 127 191
#795548 121 85 72
#FFFFFF 255 255 255

Metallic FX Crayons

All 16 Crayola Metallic FX crayon colors

In 2001, Crayola produced Metallic FX Crayons, a set of 16 metallic crayons whose names were chosen through a contest open to residents of the U.S. and Canada.[23] The hex triplets below are representative of the colors produced by the named crayons.[24] In 2019, an updated version was released under its original name of Metallic Crayons, adding eight more metallic colors for a total of 24. The original 16 colors are included in the special 152-count Ultimate Crayon Collection pack alongside 120 standard and 16 Crayons with Glitter. Four of the colors are included in the regular 96-count crayon box.

Metallic FX crayons
Color Name Hexadecimal R G B Pack Added Notes
  Alloy Orange #C46210 196 98 16
  B'dazzled Blue #2E5894 46 88 148
  Big Dip O' Ruby #9C2542 156 37 66 96
  Bittersweet Shimmer #BF4F51 191 79 81
  Blast Off Bronze #A57164 165 113 100
  Cyber Grape #58427C 88 66 124 96
  Deep Space Sparkle #4A646C 74 100 108
  Gold Fusion #85754E 133 117 78
  Illuminating Emerald #319177 49 145 119
  Metallic Seaweed #0A7E8C 10 126 140
  Robot Canary #9C7C38 156 124 56 Known as "Metallic Sunburst" (2001–2019).
  Razzmic Berry #8D4E85 141 78 133
  Sheen Green #8FD400 143 212 0 96
  Shimmering Blush #D98695 217 134 149
  Sonic Silver #757575 117 117 117
  Steel Blue #0081AB 0 129 171 96
  Cheese Grater #C89F56 200 159 86 Introduced in 2019.
  Iron Indigo #184FA1 24 79 161
  Magnetic Magenta #BF3981 191 57 129
  Cobalt Cool #028AAE 2 138 174
  Acid Wash Jeans #5CB2C5 92 178 197
  Petrified Forest #005B39 0 91 57
  Rose Gold #C88CA4 200 140 164
  Gold Medal #C5BC42 197 188 66

Gel FX Crayons

In 2001, Crayola produced Gel FX Crayons. However, it did not contain any color names. Four of the colors are randomly included in the 96-count crayon box alongside four Metallic FX colors and are not included in the 152-count Ultimate Crayon Collection set. The hex triplets below are representative of the colors produced by the named crayons.

15 of the 16 Crayola Gel FX Crayons
Color Hexadecimal R G B Pack Added
#FF3399 255 51 153 96
#FF6699 255 102 153
#F26D7D 242 109 125
#F58345 245 131 69
#FFBF7F 255 191 127
#F5FF7D 245 255 125 96
#99FF99 153 255 153
#12E3DB 18 227 219
#00B6BD 0 182 189 96
#0081FF 0 129 255 96
#7092BE 112 146 190
#3F48CC 63 72 204
#7853A8 120 83 168
#A349A4 163 73 164
#8F5873 143 88 115
#FFFFFF 255 255 255

Pearl Crayons

In 2019, a 24-count box of Pearl Crayons was released alongside the updated versions of the Metallic Crayons, Neon Crayons, and Crayons with Glitter.[25]

Color Name Hexadecimal R G B
Antique Gray #9F9F9F 159 159 159
Apple Orchard #BF3F3F 191 63 63
Berry Parfait #A43482 164 52 130
Black Pearl #3A3A3A 58 58 58
Bubble Gum #DF9ACA 223 154 202
Butternut Squash #E74F00 231 79 0
Caribbean Sea #67CD95 103 205 149
Cloudy Sky #548CD0 84 140 208
Hot Cocoa #8F482F 143 72 47
Iridescent Indigo #3C32CD 60 50 205
Lavender Silk #6B4D82 107 77 130
Leafy Canopy #94DDCB 148 221 203
Liquid Gold #FFD966 255 217 102
Mango Purée #FF6137 255 97 55
Moonlit Pond #4F2CD0 79 44 208
Ocean Foam #62C9D3 98 201 211
Orange Peel #FF8021 255 128 33
Pesto #5F7B4A 95 123 74
Pink Luster #FFB2E7 255 178 231
Red Satin #9F3434 159 52 52
Sea Glass #C4EA7F 196 234 127
Shooting Star #FFFF65 255 255 101
Snow Drift #F3F3F3 243 243 243
Sunset Shimmer #F79015 247 144 21

Neon Crayons

In 2019, a new 24 count of Neon Crayons was released. It includes eight fluorescent colors, eight pearl versions of the same colors, and the same eight colors with silver glitter.

Sky Blue Screamin' Green Sunglow Wild Watermelon Purple Pizzazz Laser Lemon Atomic Tangerine Shocking Pink
Pearl Sky Blue Pearl Screamin' Green Pearl Sunglow Pearl Wild Watermelon Pearl Purple Pizzazz Pearl Laser Lemon Pearl Atomic Tangerine Pearl Shocking Pink
 Glitter Sky Blue   Glitter Screamin' Green   Glitter Sunglow   Glitter Wild Watermelon   Glitter Purple Pizzazz   Glitter Laser Lemon   Glitter Atomic Tangerine   Glitter Shocking Pink 

Colors of the World Crayons

On May 21, 2020, the Colors of the World Crayons were announced.[26][27] They were released in 32 and 24-count boxes in July 2020.[28][29] The additional eight colors are standard colors with new names to fit the theme.

Color Name Hexadecimal R G B Boxes
Deep Almond #986A5A 152 106 90 24
Deep Golden #8D5B28 141 91 40 24
Deep Rose #B86F69 184 111 105 24
Deepest Almond #513529 81 53 41 24
Extra Deep Almond #6E5046 110 80 70 24
Extra Deep Golden #5F452E 95 69 46 24
Extra Deep Rose #6C4D4B 108 77 75 24
Extra Light Almond #EEE6CF 238 230 207 24
Light Almond #E6B9B3 230 185 179 24
Light Golden #EDDBC7 237 219 199 24
Light Medium Almond #E0B5A4 224 181 164 24
Light Medium Golden #F0C9A2 240 201 162 24
Light Medium Rose #F4AFB2 244 175 178 24
Light Rose #FAC7C3 250 199 195 24
Medium Almond #D19C7D 209 156 125 24
Medium Deep Almond #AC8065 172 128 101 24
Medium Deep Golden #A16B4F 161 107 79 24
Medium Deep Rose #EE8E99 238 142 153 24
Medium Golden #DEA26C 222 162 108 24
Very Deep Almond #88605E 136 96 94 24
Very Deep Rose #8F6C68 143 108 104 24
Very Light Almond #E6D2D3 230 210 211 24
Very Light Golden #F0DFCF 240 223 207 24
Very Light Rose #F7E1E3 247 225 227 24
Black Hair #000000 0 0 0 32
Blonde Hair #FFFF99 255 255 153 32
Blue Eyes #6CDAE7 108 218 231 32
Brown Eyes #AF593E 175 89 62 32
Brown Hair #9E5B40 158 91 64 32
Green Eyes #7BA05B 123 160 91 32
Hazel Eyes #D27D46 210 125 70 32
Red Hair #CA3435 202 52 53 32

Silly Scents Crayons

All 16 Crayola Silly Scents Crayons

The Silly Scents Crayons are produced by Crayola in a 16-pack. The 16 crayons all consisted of regular Crayola colors.[2]

Color Scent Name Color Name Hexadecimal R G B
  Alien Armpit Yellow Green #C5E17A 197 225 122
  Big Foot Feet Tan #D99A6C 217 154 108
  Booger Buster Spring Green #ECEBBD 236 235 189
  Dingy Dungeon Maroon #C32148 195 33 72
  Gargoyle Gas Dandelion #FED85D 254 216 93
  Giant's Club Chestnut #B94E48 185 78 72
  Magic Potion Red #ED0A3F 237 10 63
  Mummy's Tomb Gray #8B8680 139 134 128
  Ogre Odor Red Orange #FF681F 255 104 31
  Pixie Powder Blue Violet #6456B7 100 86 183
  Princess Perfume Tickle Me Pink #FC80A5 252 128 165
  Sasquatch Socks Violet Red #F7468A 247 70 138
  Sea Serpent Robin's Egg Blue #00CCCC 0 204 204
  Smashed Pumpkin Orange #FF8833 255 136 51
  Sunburnt Cyclops Mango Tango #E77200 231 114 0
  Winter Wizard Sky Blue #76D7EA 118 215 234

Heads 'n Tails Crayons

All 16 Crayola Heads 'n Tails crayon colors

The eight Heads 'n Tails Crayons are double-sided and encased in plastic tubes that function much like the ones on Crayola Twistables. Each crayon has two shades of color, for a total of 16 colors, which are approximated by the background colors and hex RGB values below.[30]

Color Hexadecimal Name Name Hexadecimal R G B Color
#FF3855 Sizzling Red Red Salsa #FD3A4A 253 58 74
#FB4D46 Tart Orange Orange Soda #FA5B3D 250 91 61
#FFAA1D Bright Yellow Yellow Sunshine #FFF700 255 247 0
#299617 Slimy Green Green Lizard #A7F432 167 244 50
#2243B6 Denim Blue Blue Jeans #5DADEC 93 173 236
#5946B2 Plump Purple Purple Plum #9C51B6 156 81 182
#A83731 Sweet Brown Brown Sugar #AF6E4D 175 110 77
#1B1B1B Eerie Black Black Shadows #BFAFB2 191 175 178

The 100,000,000,000th Crayon

In 1996, Crayola celebrated the creation of their 100 billionth crayon by publishing a Crayon called Blue Ribbon. This crayon was only present in certain crayon 96-packs.[31]

Color Crayon Lifetime Hexadecimal R G B
Blue Ribbon 1996 #0B10A2 11 16 162

Twistables

24-pack Mini Twistables

In 2004, Crayola released a set of 24 Mini Twistables crayons. They are nearly half the size of large twistable crayons. The colors' hexadecimal values are shown below. The colors are from the standard list of crayon colors.

Color Name Hexadecimal R G B
  Apricot #FDD9B5 253 217 181
  Black #000000 0 0 0
  Blue #1F75FE 31 117 254
  Blue Green #0D98BA 13 152 186
  Blue Violet #7366BD 115 102 189
  Brown #B4674D 180 103 77
  Carnation Pink #FFAACC 255 170 204
  Cerulean #1DACD6 29 172 214
  Dandelion #FDDB6D 253 219 109
  Gray #95918C 149 145 140
  Green #1CAC78 28 172 120
  Green Yellow #F0E891 240 232 145
  Indigo #5D76CB 93 118 203
  Orange #FF7538 255 117 56
  Red #EE204D 238 32 77
  Red Orange #FF5349 255 83 73
  Red Violet #C0448F 192 68 143
  Scarlet #FC2847 252 40 71
  Violet (Purple) #926EAE 146 110 174
  Violet Red #F75394 247 83 148
  White #FFFFFF 255 255 255
  Yellow #FCE883 252 232 131
  Yellow Green #C5E384 197 227 132
  Yellow Orange #FFAE42 255 174 66

Fun Effects Mini Twistables

In 2004, Crayola released a 24 pack of Fun Effects Mini Twistables crayons. It contains eight eXtreme colors, eight metallic colors, and eight rainbow colors.

True to Life Crayons

All eight Crayola True to Life crayon colors

In 2007, Crayola released a set of eight True to Life Crayons. Each crayon is extra-long and contained within a plastic casing similar to that of Crayola Twistables crayons. In the table, the background approximates the primary color and the text is in the two supporting colors. The approximate RGB hex values for each are given as well.

Crayon name Crayon name
Primary Other1 Other2 Primary Other1 Other2
Amazon Forest Caribbean Current
#92F646 #FDFE03 #CBFB07 #5D8DDF #DACED2 #30D6A4
Florida Sunrise Grand Canyon
#FFB329 #FFD82C #FFCC6B #6D3834 #B36058 #000000
Maui Sunset Milky Way
#8E599F #EC872B #FA79B9 #070707 #8D479D #6E7FE7
Sahara Desert Yosemite Campfire
#F5CBBD #B06E54 #D0C6C6 #ED4C44 #EF8E30 #A95E34

Confetti Crayon

Crayola released a set of 24 Confetti Crayons in 2020. They each contain three colors: one main color, which is displayed outwardly, and two other colors, which are speckled in small bubbles throughout the crayon.[32]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Due to several factors, the values given should only be considered approximations. The apparent color of any crayon depends on the thickness with which the wax is laid down, the color and brightness of the surface being colored, and other considerations, such as the age and quality of individual crayons. In addition, crayons are produced using pigments, which are normally described using subtractive colors, with the primary colors of red, yellow, and blue; but electronic displays produce colors using the additive method, combining the primary colors of red, green, and blue.
  2. ^ Unless otherwise indicated, the hex colors were found in the source code of the Crayola website. If unavailable, an approximate value is used.[1]
  3. ^ Crayola's digital swatch has the same value as those of Laser Lemon.
  4. ^ Crayola's digital swatch has the same values as those of Purple Pizzazz.
  5. ^ Crayola's digital swatch has the same values as those of Hot Magenta (1990–present).

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