Check Features and Description
Crayons are sticks of colored wax, charcoal, or chalk used to write, color and draw. Today we think of crayons as pigments in wax, but originally it included other drawing and writing implements. The idea of colored wax actually dates back to Egypt. Egyptians used melted beeswax and pigments to fix colors into stone. It was then heated to burn the image into the stone. This is called encaustic painting and was also used by the Romans, Greeks, and is still used today. Modern crayons probably developed in Europe but the US was also experimenting with them.
Let your inner child out with our Crayon Personal Checks which are available in single and duplicate check format. Matching address labels and a coordinating checkbook cover are also available.