If you had a box of Crayolas as a kid, chances are the words “Burnt Siena” and “Goldenrod” evoke some nostalgic memories.
Crayola introduced crayons to the world back in 1903. At that point, there were just eight colors per box. Within two years, the number of crayons more than tripled. By 1958, there were 64 colors in a box. These days, the Crayola box boasts 133 standard colors.