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How to Color Fish Friends: A Colorable Iron On from Jane F Hankins by Make & Do with June

These adorable sparkly Fish Friends are fun to color and make an eye catching shirt for you to show off your coloring skill! Easy to iron on and color with any fabric marker. Learn to mask a picture and color the background with alcohol ink spray. Have fun and glitter it up with either special glitter fabric paints or any acrylic paint will do. Let me know if you have an questions or comments-Thank you! The Iron Ons are available at Pens were purchased on Amazon from various places: Called “Super Markers” and “Fabric Markers” White Posca pen from Tim Holtz alcohol ink from Ranger in Ocean blue. I purchased a JoAnns, but they can be purchased at...

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How to Color a 3D Card featuring artist Jane F Hankins by Make & Do with June

These adorable frogs are from A Celebration of Night Magic from Jane F. Hankins. I thought I would turn these little guys into a simple 3D card that will add the “Extra” piece to your card giving. They were so quick and easy to do. I hope you enjoy making them too! I used the Card set from These sets come with 20 cards and envelopes and 5 of each design, so plenty to play with! My colored pencils are Castle Arts 120 Premium Soft Touch Colored Pencils from   Colors used are: Venetian Red 021 Cherry Pink 032 Grenadine Light 033 Cadmium Green 062 Cadmium Green Pale 112 Castle Green Light 059 Castle Green Deep 057 Terra...

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Full Circle

What coloring has meant in my life By Vicki L. McQueen I've been an artist all of my life. All different mediums and styles ranging from ceramics, painting on canvas, decoupage, crocheting, knitting, macramé, and on and on. I've tried just about everything but still learning new techniques. I've sold most of my work over the years but am now just coloring for the relaxation and enjoyment. Coloring was one of my first loves as a small child and at 68, here I go again. I haven't worked in my studio for 8 years after my son passed. No ideas would come to me. I now have a passion again...Thank you so much Jane!

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