Eva is an artistic child. She’s been able to hold a writing implement ever since she was very, very little. Crayons, Markers, Paintbrushes and more she’s enjoyed using them. From the beginning Crayola has been a part of her life. Eva is also a big fan of Disney Princesses and so when we got the chance to review a Crayola Story Studio starring Disney Princesses it was a no-brainer. We had to try it!

The Crayola Story Studio is a a great way for your child to become part of the story. There are a few different Story Studio sets including Disney Princesses, Cars and Spider-Man. The set includes everything you need in order to create that very special story. The Disney Princesses version includes 10 pip-squeak skinnies markers and three larger pip-squeak markers plus some sparkle glue. The set has enough materials included to create five books including five shiny cover pages. There are also three binding clips to keep the books together when complete. You can always print out the pages on regular paper as well so you can print an unlimited number of books. Since we have the crayons and additional markers we brought them out as well so Eva had even more color choices.

When you are getting started with the Story Studio you need to have a photo of your child. I suggest that you take a photo of them in front of a blank background. Make sure that they stand up straight and tall and smile. Take a few and then go through them with your child. Help them become a part of all aspects of the story making process. Here is the one we selected for Eva.

Once the photo is taken, then go to Crayola Story Studio and input the special code that comes with your Story Studio set. This will gain you access to the online section where you can upload the photo and make it into a cartoon character to put into the story. The image will be scanned and then a character that looks very close to your child. You then can edit that character to refine features to make it look more like your child. Your next step is to put your child into an outfit, give it color and then select your princess. You have the option to choose from six different princesses including Tiana, Rapunzel, Aurora, Cinderella, Ariel and Belle. Each princess has their own special story and your child is inserted into key story points. When you print out the story the bottom of the page is blank so that you can write your own story.

Creating the story was a lot of fun for Eva and I to do together. Eva had fun coloring the pages of her book and her coloring is getting so much better. She’s refining her technique with each coloring project that she does. She also got a huge kick out of being a part of the story.

If you’d like your little artist to be able to make their own stories with the Crayola Story Studio then enter to win below.

Please use the rafflecopter widget and follow all of the directions. The first direction is to leave a comment on this post (scroll to bottom to the comment section) after you’ve visted the Crayola website and then tell me which Story Studio your child would like to be a part of. Then click the “I did this” button on the rafflecopter widget. You can gain more entries by doing other tasks after that. But you must do the first steps to enter.



Disclosure: I received a copy of this toy to review and blog about as well as give away as part of the SwagsGiving Event. Opinions about the toy are 100% my own.

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23 Responses to “SwagsGiving 2 Giveaway: Crayola Story Studio Disney Princesses”

  1. Melissa B. says:

    I’d like to be a part of the Disney Princess Story Studio. The original seems very cool too!

  2. April Barber says:

    I think I would love to be a part of the Cars one!

  3. ann chagnon chadsey says:

    This is really cool! My Morgan would love the princess one!

  4. I’d want to be a part of the princess one!

  5. Vickie Couturier says:

    Cars would be my pick for the boys

  6. Cherie Corey says:

    My granddaughters would like the princesses, Mygrandsons would be the cars.
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  7. Katie says:

    The princess one would be my top pick, though Cars looks cool too.

  8. Mark says:

    Coloring books provide a very good outlook for children to use their creativity.
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  9. Kate says:

    Definitely the Princess Story! Amelia is all about the Disney Princesses!

  10. Kurt says:

    Cute! The princess is my top pick!

  11. Adrienne says:

    I would like to be part of the Disney Princesses story. well, not me really….my daughter. such a cool idea!

  12. dave says:

    yes cars would be my pick for the boys
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  13. Jenn says:

    My daughter is obsessed with both coloring and Disney Princesses, so she’d fit right in to the Disney Princess Story Studio! I love that the child gets to color their own story making it so much more personal.
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  14. kimberly velkovski says:

    i’d like the spiderman for my son and princess for my daughter :)

  15. Buck Rogers says:

    This looks so cool, I have seen the commercials for it and think my daughter would enjoy it.

  16. Mo says:

    OMGOSH!! I’d of course have to go with Princess Magic!!

  17. Brian W says:

    Cinderella, for sure.

  18. jonathan landry says:

    spiderman. no question.

  19. tess says:

    spiderman
    tcogbill at live dot com

  20. Autumn says:

    Disney Pixar Cars 2

  21. Anna says:

    We would like to do the spiderman book

  22. Maureen says:

    I would want to be part of the princess one!

    Maureen

    maureen.tenney@gmail.com

  23. Disney Princess, my girls love the princesses
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