Office Depot: $0.50 Crayola Crayons, $1 Colored Pencils And Even More Deals
It's never too early to get those back-to-school discounts!
The school year may be winding down, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t stock up on supplies for next year. Office Max and Office Depot are having some amazing deals on select Crayola products — and you have the entire summer to check it out.
Through Sept. 8, make your way to your local Office Max/Office Depot for a variety of supplies, like $1 for a box of colored pencils and only 50 cents for a box of crayons.
Also, don’t forget less fortunate children while you’re shopping. If you have a local “Stuff the Bus” event near you or know of an organization collecting school supplies, this is the perfect time to donate.
Take a look at some of the amazing deals, and remember, you have all summer to snatch them up!
Crayola Colored Pencils, Set Of 12 Colors
Usually $3.49, you can get this 12-count box of non-toxic Crayola colored pencils for just $1. That’s a savings of $2.49, or like getting two boxes for free and still having some change left over.
Crayola Crayon Box, Assorted Colors, Pack Of 24
Every kid can use a box of crayons and now you can get a 24-pack for just 50 cents! Regularly $2.69, you’ll be saving $2.19 per box. That means you can get five boxes for the original price of one, making it the perfect item to donate.
Crayola Broad and Fine-Line Markers, Pack Of 10
Office Depot Brand Wooden Pencils, Pack of 12
Snag No. 2 pencils for just 75 cents for a pack of 12. At that price, you can definitely pick up a few to donate to children in need.
Innovative Storage Designs Pencil Box
You’ll need somewhere to stash all of your new crayons, pencils and markers. Luckily, you can also grab these pencil boxes for just a buck a piece. What a deal!
DIY Projects Using Broken Crayons
Once you stock up on crayons, many of them are bound to end up broken. But you can put those to good use with these cool craft projects.
Perfect for summer, this sun catcher craft also utilizes broken crayons. Get the instructions from Buggy and Buddy.
You can even turn broken crayons into unconventional colors of lip gloss. (Burnt sienna or periwinkle lip gloss, anyone?) Get the instructions from Mom Dot.
Will you be stocking up on school supplies or donating to a child in need?
RELATED: Here are two fun art projects you can do at home with your kids!
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