Valentine Crayon Giveaway: A Colorful Set of Earth Grown Heart Crayons

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Valentine heart crayonsNeed a Valentine's gift or just some playful crayons to inspire your young artists? Melissa from Earth Grown Crayons is offering this set of heart-shaped soy crayons as a giveaway to one lucky reader. And she has all kinds of other fun ones in her Etsy store, too—turtles, Chinese dragons, stars, frogs, and butterflies. I especially love these "woodland bunny" crayons and think I'll need to buy some for Easter baskets this year…

Soy crayons are natural and nontoxic, making them a good choice for children. For more about Melissa's reasons for using soy (one reason – her grandpa grew soy beans!), see her profile on Etsy.

Valentine heart crayons

Heart Crayon Giveaway!

Readers who leave a comment to this post by Friday, January 27th at 11:49pm EST will be entered into a drawing for this set of 8 heart crayons by Earth Grown Crayons. Reader will be chosen by random number generator and announced on Saturday morning (I will also e-mail the winner directly). This giveaway is open to readers nationally and internationally! This giveaway is now closed.

The random number generator gave me #123 so Silvina wins the set of heart crayons. Congrats!

Silvina said…

they are so beautiful i almost feel like eating them…. :)

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  1. Meg Roke says

    These crayons are so sweet. Will have to check out her Etsy shop today. Thanks for sharing!

  2. [email protected] says

    Beautiful! Thank you!

  3. [email protected] says

    i heart these crayons..and rainbows too

  4. Debra Purvis says

    I love it…I have one little guy who will be two in April and he has to mouth EVERYTHING! These would be perfect for him!

  5. [email protected] says

    This is such a creative idea! It would be a wonderful gift to give or receive. What fun it would be to use with my kids!!!!

  6. Emily says

    The crayons are really cool, but it’s the packaging in the top photo that really tickles me. :)

  7. Ashley says

    These are so cute! My daughter would totally love these! She’s very into valentines day this year!:)

  8. Rachel says

    Wow, these are super cute. Love that something so cute is kid and earth friendly!! Thanks also for supporting America’s Farmers!

  9. Sherry Merrigan says

    I’ve never used soy crayons before – we’d love to try them. My son would have a lot of fun with these!

  10. [email protected] says

    cutest crayons.

  11. Belinda Hare says

    I know a little girl that would love these! I love the soy crayons! I originally tried the soy because my son loves to eat his crayons but now my son actually eats them LESS which is a major plus in my book.

  12. Tiffany says

    From the heart, with love and passion for creativity and all that comes with it. Heres to you and your giveaways.

  13. Michelle says

    Oh are those lovely! They remind me of some melted crayons that we made a few years ago for Valentines Day — but much nicer!

  14. says

    Now THIS is a great great Valentine’s gift for children ! They look like chocolate hearts but they inspire creativity. I love this !

  15. [email protected] says

    Perfect for any little Valentine!

  16. Nicole says

    Almost too cute to use! I love the colors. What a sweet giveaway – would make a great gift (not that my little ones wouldn’t like to use them!).

  17. Holly Schwartz says

    Lovely. My daughter likes anything that’s heart-shaped.
    Thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

  18. Dena says

    Well, of course I would love these crayons!! Thanks Jean, you’ve really been going all out lately, :)

  19. burcu san says

    very good idea. especially like the material, since my 1 year old puts everything in his mouth. my 3 year old would enjoy the colours and the shape.

  20. Miriam says

    Finally, a give away also for the ones living far away :) :) :) They are so hughable! I am sure that they will fit beautifully in the little hands of my kids :)

  21. Miriam says

    Finally a give away also for the ones living far away :) They are so cute and hughable :) I am sure my children would love them (me too :)

  22. says

    What a lovely giveaway!

  23. Carey says

    The heart shape is great not only for the symbol but also, it seems, for little toddler grasps. Thankyou for the chance to enter the give away, and also the introduction to soy-based crayons.

  24. Sharon says

    These cute hearts could be just the thing to bring my non colorer back to coloring again. So adorable!

  25. Heather N says

    My daughter and I made melted heart crayons two years ago for Valentine’s Day, but I have never used soy crayons. These are super cute! Thanks for the giveaway.

  26. Amber says

    Those are really sweet. And a great non-candy alternative for Valentine’s Day. Thanks for the giveaway!

  27. Diana says

    My son would love these. He said today that he is going to make valentines for “Mommy, Daddy, and Shanti (our dog).” A perfect start!

  28. Holly says

    Crayons are one of my favorite art supplies and I would love to try these cute soy crayons with my kids!

  29. says

    Lovely hearts!

  30. katie says

    Hope we win one of your amazing giveaways….i feel like its oprahs favorite things episide where she gives out the most amazing things to her audience….unfortunately you cant give to all of your audience but we’ ll keep our fingers crossed!

  31. Erin says

    Those are adorable. My 5 year old is obsessed with hearts and rainbows…I might just have to order her a set for Valentine’s Day!

  32. CarinaRdz says

    If they’re made from soy can my 18 month old chew on them without mom freaking out? :)
    I think he would really enjoy these chunky crayons.

  33. Sherry Lykins says

  34. Szappanbubi says

    Adorable! as a half-artist a fan of crayons remind me drawings of my childhood and those bright colors!*_*

  35. says

    Heart shaped crayons are unique and cool and my daughter Aneesah would love to use them at her school. Every kid would want a crayon and Aneesah would spread the love around. What could be better than little kids with tiny hearts and big ideas when creating ART: