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We have some tips to help you get the very best results from Funny Faces. Follow the tips below, and if you still have trouble call or email us from our contact us page! Select help, on the opening page of the app, for step-by-step instructional photos. Having Trouble Downloading the App? Before attempting to download your Funny Faces app, be sure you are connected to Wi-Fi and you have enough storage to hold the app. Having Trouble Scanning your Pages? Bring the device away from the page for a few seconds and try scanning again. Hold your device steady, directly above the page, as you start close and slowly pull away. Don’t forget, you need all three sections visible to scan. Scanning will not be successful if one section is blank. You can choose to switch your scanning to manual (rather than the default auto scan). You can do this by selecting options, on the opening page. Need More Designs? You can print or email new pages from the app by selecting products, on the opening page. For Best Results: Use Crayola Crayons and Coloured Pencils. Try to stay in the lines while colouring your pages. Don’t colour too dark, a little goes a long way! While Funny Faces is not compatible with every device, here are the devices that are! Unfortunately if your device is not listed here, it may not be compatible with the app. iOS — Operating System: 10 and up iPhone: iPhone 8 Plus iPhone 8 iPhone 7 Plus iPhone 7 iPhone SE iPhone 6S Plus iPhone 6S iPhone 6 Plus iPhone 6 iPod: iPod Touch (6th generation) iPad: iPad Pro iPad Air 2 (2017) iPad Air iPad (2017) iPad (4th generation) iPad Mini 4 iPad Mini 3 iPad Mini 2 Android — Operating System 5.0 (Android Lollipop) and up Device exclusion rules: Devices with less or equal to 1.5 GB of RAM
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Throughout Crayola’s history, several crayon colours have been retired, marking significant moments in the evolution of our vibrant palette. 

For the first time in Crayola history eight colours were retired and placed in the Crayola Hall of Fame: blue gray, green blue, lemon yellow, maize, orange red, orange yellow, raw umber, and violet blue. 

Eight new colours were added: cerulean, dandelion, fuchsia, jungle green, royal purple, teal blue, vivid tangerine, and wild strawberry. 

Celebrating a century of bringing colour to the world, Crayola introduced four new colours named by Crayola fans! To make room for the new hues, we bid farewell to blizzard blue, magic mint, mulberry, and teal blue. 

The four new colours that were introduced are: inchworm, jazzberry jam, mango tango, and wild blue yonder. 

Kudos to our hue heroes – the consumers who voted in the Save the Shade” campaign, ensuring burnt sienna stayed in the pack. 

To mark National Crayon Day on March 31st, we announced Dandelion was leaving the pack. To honor this iconic colour, we sent Dandelion on a retirement tour to his favorite places. His replacement, Bluetiful, was announced on May 52017.

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Because Crayola Marker components are securely sealed during the manufacturing process, we don’t recommend trying to remove the marker nib and reservoir to recycle the barrel. The marker caps can be recycled at facilities that accept #5 plastic. 

Green is more than just a colour to us! Click here to learn more about Crayola’s sustainability initiatives.

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