Did you know that 'dandelion' comes from French and means 'teeth of the lion' - because of those 'teeth' on the leaves. One of the crayon colors is 'dandelion' and bears the name in several languages. You can see this teeth of the lion in the Spanish translation right on the crayon - 'dente de leon'. We assumed the yellow head is the lion face and mane.
I don't know how or why those foxes got in on the act! Perhaps it was something some of the kids did at school that day.