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Take a trip to Easton, Pennsylvania. It’s home to the Crayola factory! Crayola makes 13 million crayons every day. People and machines get the job done. Keep reading to learn how crayons are made. Crayons are made of wax and color. First, the wax must be heated. Then a worker adds a bag of colored powder.