Inktense Pencil Giveaway!

Hello!

One of the questions I get the most…

“Which Inktense Pencil colors do you use the most?”

Well, I talked to Heidi over at Simon Says Stamp and (since she is super cool) she put together three custom sets of my favorite colors. Yay! (And keep reading… I have some tips about these pencils for you. Inktense pencils are a unique pencil that are a cross between watercolor, paint and ink. Very unique. And very awesome.)

The first set is the Rainbow Collection. This has all the basic colors. You can use less water on your brush to make them more vibrant, or more water to make them softer. Love that option…

If you like “less bright” colors, check out the Jewel Tones Collection. Again, these can go darker or lighter…

And finally, we have the Brights Collection. These are fun, playful and trendy. And that grey in there is a must-have…

(Oh, and thanks to Sarah, Jana, Stephanie and Heidi for your input on these collections! And of course to Heidi for making them happen.)

If you want to see all of the Inktense sets, you can go HERE. I have the big momma set, but keep in mind this is my job. Otherwise I would have gone with one of the ones above. :)

And while I am talking about Inktense Pencils, there are a few things worth mentioning. First, don’t be intimidated if the color on the top of the pencil looks super dark. Any color can be made lighter or darker, depending on how much pencil you use and how much water you use. I took this picture while it was still very wet – you can see the color moving…

Also, Inktense Pencils can trick the eye. For example, the tip of this Mustard pencil looks very green. However, when you use it, the color is a gorgeous yellow…

Therefore, I recommend making ink swatches to help with making sure you have the right color for your project. Here is mine. I used a Tim Holtz die to cut the tags from my favorite watercolor paper and “painted” with my favorite water brush. And I keep in mind that each color can easily go lighter or darker…

Finally, if you wanted some videos and examples showing how to use Inktense Pencils, check these out:


Time for a giveaway! Leave a comment here by 11:59pmEST on 3/18 for your chance to win the Rainbow Collection of Inktense Pencils! Good luck. :)

 

 

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  1. Leslie R

    What a great giveaway! I love the color swatches you made…great idea!

  2. Debbie D

    These look so fun! Thanks for the give a way!

  3. Diane

    Would love to win these. Thanks for the chance.

  4. Wow what a great giveaway! I tried them at a friends house and I really loved them! Thanks for the chance to win!

  5. LOVE these pencils! I actually prefer pencils to markers!

  6. Victoria in OHio

    would love these pencils! beautiful! vibrant colors!

  7. Kate W

    Gorgeous colours! Thanks for the chance to win!

  8. SandiL

    Thank you so much for this post, I bought myself a small pack of inktense pencils but am still trying to work out which colours work together. This is so helpful. Thank You again love your blog!

  9. I have been using these pencils for quite a while and they are my absolute favorite way of coloring! the intensity of the color is amazing! Thanks for the chance to win so I can add to my collection!

  10. Emily

    Thank you for the chance to win. I love your blog you are so talented.

  11. I’ve been wanting to try these out. You make them look so easy, and I like that they have more color than your average watercolor pencil. Thanks for the chance!

  12. Kris Baginsky

    Oh that would make a great present! Thanks for the opportunity

  13. OMG those are awesome! i’m in love with the rainbow collection! cross my fingers…

  14. Helen

    I NEED these! Tried them out and have been loving them ever since! Would love to use them for fabric design as well as paper crafts.

  15. Donna

    Thank you Jennifer. These are all fabulous!

  16. Susan

    I love the idea of making the ink samples – much better way to see the beautiful colors. Thanks!

  17. JenRay

    Those look awesome! Thanks for the chance to win!

  18. Vicky

    I am sooooo addicted to these pencils! Beautiful colors! Vicky

  19. Dianal

    Thanks for sharing such great tips. What I could do with my cards with these pencils .. the possibilities are endless …. thank you for the chance to win this great set!!

  20. Love all the collections, but the Jewel Collection is my favorite. Thank you for the inspirations!

  21. NancyR

    How fun would these pencils be to play with! Thanks for the chance to win a set and try them out.

  22. Nicole

    How crazy I watched a video on Friday where they used the Inktense pencils the colors were so rich that I did a search to price them out. What a great giveaway thanks for the chance to win them, that would be a plus!!

  23. Jocelyn Thompson

    Wow! Love the intensity of these colors! Super cool! I really think I need some of these!

  24. Sandy

    I have been wanting to try these pencils; I would love to win a set. Thanks so much for the opportunity!

  25. Tika

    Wow. Always wanted to try out watercolors. Reminds me of my good ole school days. Thanks Jennifer!

  26. Laurie

    Yes, more toys. Would love to win a set to play with. I really like the control I have with some colored pencils I have and think I’d really like to get my hands on some of these. Thanks for the chance to win.

  27. Livija

    Really intense colors
    I love the rainbow pack :)

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  29. Must have. Went to a card class with my everyday water color pencils, sat by a lady who had the tin box of 72 – all I could do was drool!!!!

  30. These are amazing. I make cloth dolls with hand painted faces. Whimsy Dolls are little dolls with big expressions. I would love to see how these inktense pencils work on my dolls faces.
    Thanks so much for the chance to win!

  31. Tammy Bratton

    Oh my gosh I would so love to win a set of these pencils! I’ve been wanting to get a set but hasn’t been in the budget :-( . Thanks for the chance to win a set!

    Tammy

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