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My Favorite Crafty Things 2016: Coloring

Hello once again! I am back with more of My Favorite Crafty Things 2016. Today is all about coloring.

Throughout this series, I am sharing my favorite crafty products of the year. Each day will have a different topic. If you see anything you want to add to your stash, be sure to use this discount…

Simon Says Stamps is offering my readers $10 off purchases of $75 or more! Use the code “JENFAVES” through 11:59pmEST on 11/24/16 when shopping HERE.

Today I am focusing on coloring mediums.

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Here is a video sharing some basic coloring tools…

[All products are linked to multiple sources in the thumbnails. Affiliate links may be used. To watch the video in HD on YouTube, click HERE.]

If you are interested in any products, click on one of the abbreviations under the product images… SSS for Simon Says Stamp, EH for Ellen Hutson or the manufacturer’s abbreviation.

This list of Favorite Crafty Things may also be used as a gift guide. Feel free to give this link to Santa. 🙂

You can keep up to date on all the topics of My Favorite Crafty Things 2016 HERE… and for my lists from 2015, click HERE.

GIVEAWAYS

Giveaway time! Today I have giveaways for TWO more lucky winners! You could win one of these prizes:

  • $50 Gift Certificate to Simon Says Stamp (Thanks again, Heidi!)
  • THREE packs of Mini Distress Inks. Great for coloring!

For your chance to win a giveaway, leave a comment below by 11:59pmEST on 12/5/16 telling me your favorite coloring method. (The winner’s name will be randomly selected, emailed and posted on my “Winners page” after the giveaway closes. International folks are eligible, too.)

See you again soon!

 

[All products in this post were personally purchased. The decision to include them in this list was my own. I truly like these products and companies.]


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964 thoughts on “My Favorite Crafty Things 2016: Coloring”

  1. I too have been using Prismacolor pencils for about 45 years! I love their vivid and varied colors and the smooth way that they blend so nicely! I recently got a clear Wink of Stella pen, which I love, but seeing the comparison with the Spectrum Noir marker, I think I may have to give that one a try also. Thanks again for all your helpful information! Keep it coming. I really enjoy it!

  2. I am only just starting out on this adventure and have so much to look forward to. I love watercolor techniques and love seeing everything where great color blending can be achieved.

  3. My choice is colored pencils. I am marker challenged. LOL I see beautifully colored stamped images and sigh wishing I could color my images like that. I know that a key component is practice, something I need more of.

  4. At present I don’t have a favorite, but after watching your videos. on zig markers, I just ordered the 80 markers set and I’m sure that THEY will be my favorites. Thank you so much for these 3 videos.

  5. I enjoy the effects I can get with Tim Holtz Distress Inks. For relaxation and crafting away from home I love copic markers, though I’m a newbie and still working on my shading and where shadows would be.

  6. I love how easy Distress markers are to work with. J do, however, need to get more practice in with my Copics because I think they could become a favorite if I get better with them.

  7. I used to colour with pencil crayons, but I’m trying to increase my alcohol marker skills (copics + spectrum noir). I’ve admired your and others abilities with watercolours but I haven’t had much luck with them.

  8. Hello! Are you no longer using Peerless Watercolors? I’m sure you are sooo busy and can’t respond, but I was wondering, if so, why?

    Ashley

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