Crayola introduces new color in its 24-count box

It’s the moment crayon lovers have all been waiting for -- Crayola welcomed a new color to it’s 24-count box.

It’s called “Bluetiful” and it will replace the color "Dandelion." That color retired back in March on National Crayon Day.

This is the first time a color was removed and replaced since the box was unveiled.

The company teased a new shade of blue after National Crayon Day. They created a national competition to name to newest member of the family.

Before they settled on the puntastic “Bluetiful," the choices were "Blue Moon Bliss," "Dreams Come Blue," "Reach for the Stars" and "Star Spangled Blue."

The new color will be available in boxes soon, but an exact release date ha not been unveiled.

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TORONTO, ON- MARCH 29 - Friday is National Crayon Day and Crayola says it will mark the occasion by retiring one of its colours from its 24-pack. in Toronto. March 29, 2017. (Steve Russell/Toronto Star via Getty Images)
This Crayola box with Elvis Presley's name on it is part of the memorabilia going on tour around the United States as part of a commemoration of his 75th birthday. The exhibit will eventually end up at his home of Graceland. (Photo by Antonio Perez/Chicago Tribune/MCT via Getty Images)
EASTON, PA - OCTOBER 11: A local school group dressed in purple participate in the Crayola Parade during Crayola Crayon's 100th birthday celebration October 11, 2003 in Easton, Pennsylvania. Crayola announced the retirement of the colors blizzard blue, mulberry, teal bue and magic mint while introducing replacement colors inch worm, jazzberry jam, wild blue yonder and mango tango. The new colors were named by children in a contest sponsored by Crayola. (Photo by William Thomas Cain/Getty Images)
EASTON, PA - OCTOBER 11: A giant birthday cake is rolled in front of the stage during Crayola Crayon's 100th birthday celebration October 11, 2003 in Easton, Pennsylvania. Crayola announced the retirement of the colors blizzard blue, mulberry, teal bue and magic mint while introducing replacement colors inch worm, jazzberry jam, wild blue yonder and mango tango. The new colors were named by children in a contest sponsored by Crayola. (Photo by William Thomas Cain/Getty Images)
EASTON, PA - OCTOBER 11: The world's largest blue crayon, a 1,500 pound, 15 foot, 16 inch long waxy wonder is introduced during Crayola Crayon's 100th birthday celebration October 11, 2003 in Easton, Pennsylvania. Crayola announced the retirement of the colors blizzard blue, mulberry, teal bue and magic mint while introducing replacement colors inch worm, jazzberry jam, wild blue yonder and mango tango. The new colors were named by children in a contest sponsored by Crayola. (Photo by William Thomas Cain/Getty Images)
EASTON, PA - OCTOBER 11: A group of girls dressed as green crayons participate in the Crayola Parade during Crayola Crayon's 100th birthday celebration October 11, 2003 in Easton, Pennsylvania. Crayola announced the retirement of the colors blizzard blue, mulberry, teal bue and magic mint while introducing replacement colors inch worm, jazzberry jam, wild blue yonder and mango tango. The new colors were named by children in a contest sponsored by Crayola. (Photo by William Thomas Cain/Getty Images)
EASTON, PA - OCTOBER 11: A giant blue crayon waves to the crowd while siting in a car during Crayola Crayon's 100th birthday celebration October 11, 2003 in Easton, Pennsylvania. Crayola announced the retirement of the colors blizzard blue, mulberry, teal bue and magic mint while introducing replacement colors inch worm, jazzberry jam, wild blue yonder and mango tango. The new colors were named by children in a contest sponsored by Crayola. (Photo by William Thomas Cain/Getty Images)
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