Col­or­ing Me­dia

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Cray­ola® crayons are prob­a­bly among the first prod­ucts any­one thinks of when con­tem­plat­ing how to color in their newly pur­chased col­or­ing book. Col­or­ing books and crayons go hand in hand. Col­or­ing en­thu­si­asts through the years have come to know and trust the Cray­ola name for durable and de­pend­able high-qual­ity col­or­ing prod­ucts. Whether you’re 23 or 93, this 64-count box of vi­brant crayons with a con­ve­nient built-in sharp­ener is a must-have for your col­or­ing ses­sions. www.cray­

Faber-Castell® Pa­per Crafter Crayons™ can be used on all types of craft­ing sur­faces such as card­stock, chip­board, can­vas, em­bossed and tex­tured pa­per, even wood, glass and ce­ramic! Best of all, the unique twist-up de­sign al­lows you to sharpen the crayons with a stan­dard pencil sharp­ener. These highly pig­mented wax crayons will pro­vide vi­brant col­ors and can be mixed with other col­or­ing medi­ums to achieve more dy­namic col­or­ing re­sults. www.faber­


Ranger Tim Holtz® Dis­tress crayons al­low col­orists to achieve vi­brant col­or­ing ef­fects on por­ous sur­faces. The crayons’ wa­ter-re­ac­tive pig­ment color goes on smoothly and is ideal for cre­at­ing bril­liant back­grounds, wa­ter­col­or­ing, smudge ef­fects and more! Sim­ply color di­rectly onto your sur­face and blend with just a bit of wa­ter. Dis­tress crayons are avail­able in three sets that co­or­di­nate with the Dis­tress Pal­ette.

Col­ored Pen­cils

Cray­ola col­ored pen­cils are the es­sen­tial col­or­ing tool for kids and adults alike. These pen­cils are avail­able in tra­di­tional and erasable lead, and in stan­dard size and short pen­cils, which makes them per­fect for take-along projects. Choose from pack­ages of durable 12-, 24and 36-count pre-sharp­ened pen­cils to use whether you’re col­or­ing in­tri­cate, de­tailed art or larger, open-space images. www.cray­

Spec­trum Noir Blend­able Pen­cils are an ex­cit­ing ad­di­tion to the Spec­trum Noir fam­ily of col­or­ing prod­ucts. The col­lec­tion fea­tures 120 pen­cils in to­tal, di­vided into five col­lec­tions of 24-piece sets, along with ac­ces­sories to help you get the most from your Spec­trum Noir col­or­ing. These wax-based, blend­able pen­cils are per­fect for col­orists ev­ery­where. These pen­cils have a soft lead for seam­less blend­ing and shad­ing tech­niques, a unique for­mu­la­tion that al­lows for both in­tense and soft color from the same pencil and a high pig­men­ta­tion and vi­brancy of color. www.spec­trum­

Faber-Castell Art Grip

col­ored pen­cils pro­duce but­tery smooth color and blend eas­ily. Their tri­an­gu­lar shape al­lows for tire­less col­or­ing, shad­ing, writ­ing and draw­ing. The thick, 3.3mm leads of vi­brant fade-proof pig­ment are breakre­sis­tant and al­low you to use all of the color in your pencil bar­rel. www.faber­

Mark­ers & Pens

Cray­ola Su­per Tips wash­able mark­ers fea­ture a unique, durable tip that’s smooth, not scratchy. The side of the tip is ideal for col­or­ing large ar­eas while the end fills in de­tails, mak­ing this prod­uct per­fect for draw­ing, col­or­ing and writ­ing. The bleed-proof ink washes eas­ily from skin and most fab­rics. The set in­cludes a rain­bow of 25 bril­liant, durable-tip mark­ers and comes in a durable see-through plas­tic case, mak­ing this por­ta­ble set ideal for col­or­ing at home or on the go. www.cray­ola. www.cray­

Mark­ers & Pens con­tin­ued

Faber-Castell Pitt Artist pens are unique and ver­sa­tile brush pens that al­low you to cre­ate thick or thin brush­strokes that are per­fect for brush let­ter­ing, stamp­ing and mixed me­dia. Su­perfine 4mm nib pens in crafter color palettes let you en­joy smooth, vi­brant, odor­less color, and your images stay bright and vi­brant for many years to come. These in­dia ink pens work on all types of pa­per with­out bleed­ing through or skip­ping. They’re even ideal for col­or­ing on can­vas or fab­ric! www.faber­

Faber-Castell Pitt Stam­per’s Big Brush pens con­tain the same high-qual­ity pig­mented in­dia ink as the orig­i­nal Pitt Artist pens but with Big Brush nibs for full cov­er­age or nar­row, de­tailed strokes. Each Big Brush pen con­tains four times the amount of ink found in reg­u­lar Pitt Artist pens. The acid-free, archival ink is smudge-proof, wa­ter­proof and won’t bleed through pa­per,peper, mak­ing them an ideal prod­uct to use with col­or­ing books. www.faber­ com

Spec­trum Noir al­co­hol-ink pens fea­ture a stun­ning range of 168 col­ors. These dou­ble-ended al­co­hol ink mark­ers have a broad chisel nib for large area fills and a fine bul­let tip for de­tailed work, mak­ing them per­fect for ev­ery col­or­ing project. There is also an in­ter­change­able brush tip nib, avail­able sep­a­rately, which can be used in place of the chisel nib to cre­ate gor­geous ef­fects. Achieve pro­fes­sion­al­look­ing re­sults ev­ery time with ef­fort­less blend­ing and color match­ing. The mark­ers also fea­ture an er­gonomic oc­tag­o­nal bar­rel de­sign for greater com­fort when col­or­ing and are also re­fill­able. www.spec­trum­

Copic® Sketch and Ciao mark­ers are artist-qual­ity, al­co­hol-ink based mark­ers. Sketch style mark­ers are avail­able in 358 vi­brant, blend­able col­ors, and Ciao mark­ers are avail­able in 180 col­ors, and both styles of mark­ers can be eas­ily re­filled. Both mark­ers are dual-tipped and man­u­fac­tured to in­clude a re­place­able brush tip and a chisel tip. All Copic® mark­ers are also re­fill­able. This ink will bleed through, so be sure to pro­tect your work sur­face or ad­di­tional col­or­ing pages with a scrap pa­per. www.imag­i­na­tion­in­ter­na­tion­al­


Ranger Liq­uid Pearls™ are a ver­sa­tile, di­men­sional pearles­cent paint that dries per­ma­nent when used on pa­per and fab­ric. There are 42 pearl pig­ment shades avail­able in 5-ounce bot­tles that fea­ture an easy-flow tip for pre­ci­sion ap­pli­ca­tion to cre­ate pearly ac­cents quickly and eas­ily for all your fa­vorite col­or­ing book pages. Hand-wash­able, these paints are also ideal for fab­ric ap­pli­ca­tions such as wear­able art, quilt­ing and home decor projects.

Sakura Glaze pens are an easy way to add fin­ish­ing touches to col­ored art pages. Their glossy 3-D color adds shine and tex­ture for an em­bossed look. Sim­ply write or draw slowly to let the ink flow thickly, then al­low a minute to dry. These pens work best on non­porous sur­faces. The ink does not bleed through most pa­per, is wa­ter-re­sis­tant, and is not per­ma­nent. www.saku­rao­famer­

Stampin’ Writer mark­ers are artist qual­ity and avail­able in ex­clu­sive Stampin’ Up! col­ors de­signed to co­or­di­nate with other Stampin’ Up! prod­uct lines. These mark­ers use a fast-dry­ing, wa­ter-based dye ink and in­clude two high qual­ity tips: a 0.5 mm fine tip and a flex­i­ble brush tip. www.stamp­

at you Spica Pens

con­tain mi­cro glass flakes sus­pended in col­ored pig­ment ink. Be­cause the ink is trans­par­ent, this is an ideal add-on to en­hance your col­or­ing book art. Choose from 24 lovely, shim­mery col­ors to add a bit of sparkle to your col­ored images. The firm felt tip ap­plies color smoothly on most sur­faces. Store at you Spica Pens hor­i­zon­tally for even mica flake dis­tri­bu­tion. www.imag­i­na­tion­in­ter­na­tion­al­

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