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Information you may need and will appreciate if you are a coloring enthusiast, or if you just want to find out what the fuss is all about. You’ll find a collection of thoughts about doodling, the benefits of handwritten letters and postcards, the lost art of penmanship, and a couple of short videos to help you get the results you want when the coloring vintage images and illustrations.

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Prismacolor Premier Colored Pencils, 72

Bring out the soft side of any illustration or art project with Prismacolor Premier Colored Pencils featuring soft cores. Inside the box you’ll find 72 colored pencils featuring creamy cores that are the artist’s choice for blending, shading and layering. Prismacolor pencils have pigments of unmatched quality and leads that…

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I Kan’dee Chalk Set-Metallics 1 Pcs Sku# 632454MA

I Kan’dee Chalk Set-Metallics 1 pcs sku# 632454MA

This is for 1 pcs. I Kan'dee Chalk Set-Metallics. PEBBLES INC-Metallic Cream Chalks: Precious metals. These metallic creamy chalks are smooth and will polish into a lustrous sheen. Apply these chalks with ease using the applicator tool and reusable pom poms. The convenient tin case with secure cover keeps everything…

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Famous Vintage Cubs

Famous Vintage Cubs

Volume three of my Vintage Vibes coloring books, Vintage Baseball, features three famous Cubs. If you watched the 2016 World Series, then you are most likely very aware of the historical importance of this year's win. If not, a little history makes the series even more exciting. TINKER-TO-EVERS-TO-CHANCE refers to…

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Get The Results You Want Videos

Get the Results You Want Videos

Coloring vintage images and illustrations is easier than it looks. It's certainly less difficult when you know a few tricks. These short video are designed to get you started and experimenting. You'll see images depicting before "blender pencil" and after. You'll see where and how to begin. You'll notice coloring…

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Making The Case For Penmanship

Making the Case for Penmanship

Nowadays we rarely pick up a pen and paper to communicate with one another, but it might not be wise to trade this long-standing, cultural practice entirely for the convenience of text messages and emails. Scientific research has shown that the general act of writing by hand promotes physical and…

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Doodle Power

Doodle Power

Either you love to doodle, like me, or you don’t. If you do doodle, were you pleasantly surprised to find yourself relaxing and feeling like a child? Perhaps you are one who had never been encouraged or given permission to doodle. Doodling was an OFFENSE, a beacon to light up…

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