Thursday, September 22, 2016

Adult Coloring Greeting Cards by @ColorfestCrafts Boxed Set Review

If I had more time, I'd color more. It's fun, relaxing, and inspiring. When I color I don't have to think of a concept, and my mind is free to come up with other ideas for illustrations that are all mine.

Recently I got Adult Coloring Greeting Cards by Colorfest Boxed Set of 12 Unique Artist Design With Envelopes to Review.

The Greeting Cards do not come with the gel pens shown.

Colorfest Makes: Greeting Cards, Watercolor Pencils, and Gel Pens.

The Greeting Cards Come With 12 Designs:

  • 2 Different Dog Designs
  • 2 Different Cat Designs
  • 2 Different Flower Designs
  • 2 Different Dragonfly Designs
  • 2 Different Butterfly Designs
  • 1 Heart Design
  • 1 Dove Design 
They are all different, but have a similar style. I do wish the ones that had 2 of the same subject they thought of something different to do. There are endless options, but I thought of: An Igloo, a Train, a Snowman, a Sloth, a Panda, an Ice Cream Cone. What would you add to the set?

Color Time:

We took Mica to get a haircut last night for picture day today. While Isaak and I waited we colored. I said, "Isaak I have a job for you." He gave me a sigh. When he saw that I wanted us to color, his eyes lit up.

Isaak colored the cat card for his teacher:

I colored a flower for someone that will need a card:

I colored with a lot of hatching lines. Isaak asked about my method of coloring. I talked to him about hatching, cross hatching, bracelet shading, and solid shading. 

It was fun to color. We didn't finish them, while Mica's hair was getting cut. We went home and we colored some more. 

Each Card Comes:
  • With thick paper stock. This ensures that there is no bleeding through when gel pens, or markers are used.
  • With a blank inside. You can make the card whatever you want. 
  • With a white envelope.
The Cards Are:
  • $38, but on sale for $18.98. They are sold on Amazon. If you are an Amazon Prime member you can get shipping for free. 
  • They are made in China. I wish they were made in the US.
  • Used for any occasion. I think we'll use ours for Teacher Appreciation Days, or to lift someone's spirits up.  

Disclaimer: I got this product for a discount in exchange for an honest review. I only agree to review things that I find fits this blog.


Ai Sakura said...

I like the different ways you coloured... I didn't know the name for colouring with lines until you mentioned hehe

Ai @ Sakura Haruka

Theresa Mahoney said...

Oh, these look so fun! I have an adult coloring book, but haven't had a chance to really sit down and work on it.

~ Noelle said...

Great job by both of you ;)
They look great!
I do enjoy coloring, but don't get to do so as often as I would like.


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