30 Day Coloring Challenge Blog Hop

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Hello! Welcome to Day 2 of The Daily Marker 30 Day Coloring Challenge. Today is the FIRST day of a THREE DAY blog hop to jumpstart your creativity. If you’re new to the coloring challenge or have any questions about the coloring challenge you can refer to this post.

If you are coming from the talented Lisa Tilson’s blog you are in the right place. To start at the beginning of the hop go to The Daily Marker’s blog.

This is the 6th coloring challenge and I’ve participated in all of them.  I totally love this challenge. It allows me to really focus on my coloring.  Whether it be with crayons, color pencils, markers, watercolors and/or watercolor crayons I get to focus on one thing at a time and really try my best to understand the medium I’m using.

For the last challenge I only used watercolors to color my images!  I had a lot of fun learning all about how the colors mix together.

Take a look at some of my coloring from the last challenge a couple of months ago:

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For this current challenge, I decided not to use any stamped images.  I will use Adornit’s Art Play Paintables.  They are ready to be colored with any medium.

I’m using my Prismacolor pencils.  I have 132 of them and only use them once!!  It is time to take them out and play with them.  I just bought a online class from Kit and Clowder and they use those pencils too so that will help as well.

I might make a card or two this year but I really just love coloring!  So we will see what these cute paintable sheets will turn out to be.

Take a look at what I’ve done for Day One of this new challenge:

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Here is Day Two:

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I’m having so much fun with my coloring!

Here is what I’ve learned thus far:

  1. Mixing coloring isn’t so bad.  Just try it!
  2. Prismacolor pencils are super soft and you must be careful with this pencil.  The slightest pressure can break the tip of this pencil.
  3. With Gamsol, blending out the colors are super easy.

What’s a blog hop with out a giveaway!!!!!

GIVEAWAY : 12 GOODIE BAGS ! That’s TWELVE CHANCES TO WIN during the three day hop. The more you comment on each hoppers blog or instagram the more chances you have of winning. Winners will be chosen randomly FROM THE BLOGS and INSTAGRAM hop comments. The full list of winners will be announced Wed. Nov 16th 9 am. on The Daily Marker Blog.  The contest closes 11.13 at 11pm. EST.

Now it’s time to hop on over to my super crafty friend, Dana Joy’s blog for more coloring goodness!
Thank you for your visit today and I hope to see you during the coloring challenge. Be sure to use the hashtag #thedailymarker30day so we can find your work or you can join the Facebook group.
Supplies used:

 

 Have fun!!
~Kymona
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201 thoughts on “30 Day Coloring Challenge Blog Hop

  1. I love colored pencils and I have a bunch of them. I also have some that used to be called Mongol Pencils and they are watercolor pencils. I’ve never gotten mine to look like that though. I thought you used water colors. I love the first one you did. It reminds me of that pack of coloring cards I got from Simon Says I think. It came out so pretty. I love the boy birthday card. My nephew is now 18 and in his first year of college but I think he would love that card for his New Years birthday.You did a nice job on everything!

  2. I just love your flowers. They are so whimsical and happy! I love the colors and I love the shapes. It’s not that everyday stamped flower that we are used to seeing. Thank you for sharing!
    Kathy U:)

  3. Splendiferous! I can see I’m going to have to bookmark your blog and come back. You cover so many mediums. I’ve followed Kathy for a long time, but have just had the chance to do some coloring this year. I’m using markers right now (I don’t own Copics), so need to come back and see if you have suggestions for blending them.

  4. (Sorry if this is a duplicate comment) Splendiferous! I can see I’m going to have to bookmark your blog and come back. You cover so many mediums. I’ve followed Kathy for a long time, but have just had the chance to do some coloring this year. I’m using markers right now (I don’t own Copics), so need to come back and see if you have suggestions for blending them.

  5. These are wonderful! I love the brightness from the colored pencils. I don’t really have any right now, but I want some!

  6. I have a similar set of Prismas, but in a different tin. I love working with them because of their softness and how smoothly they go down… even if you’re just coloring with them. Your images are great.

  7. BEAUTIFUL colouring!!!
    THANK YOU for sharing your projects and tips … I have just bought some Gamsol and look forward to use it for blending my pencils … I NEED to have a softer touch before then though, as I struggle layering & building up the colour. I also look forward to colouring some smaller printed panels too, saw some DCWV stacks that are calling to me, will keep an eye out for Adornit too 🙂

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