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Non Messy Colored Pencils

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Many colorists are not comfortable with usual coloring pencils.

There are three reasons for that:

  • you need to sharpen them often, and it’s messy;
  • lead breaks all the time, and it’s frustrating;
  • for adult coloring pages, pencil¬†lead is¬†too wide, so it is hard to fill in¬†details.

If you like colored pencils but rather avoid annoying moments, consider these:

Non Messy Coloring Pencils

This is the ultimate goodbye to ever lost pencil sharpener,  prickly wooden bits, and staining dust all over the desk and carpet.

Once the colored lead ran out, you can put in normal 0.7 lead, and use it as a regular mechanical pencil. Although, colored leads are easy to find on Amazon.

Read reviews here ==> Mechanical Colored Pencils

The most functional colored pencil

If you travel or just like compact things with maximum functionality, this 8 in 1 pencil is even better. It is by Pentel, and I really like their art materials for durability and just high quality.¬†This mechanical colored pencil has 8 color leads inside. They are 2mm, so¬†are great for coloring even¬†thin pages, they won’t tear through the thin paper.

Leads are waxy and colors are bold. Also, you don’t have to replace the leads with Pentel brand when they run out, just find some cheaper once, for example, Crayola sells 2mm leads.

Available here ==> Pentel 8in1 Automatic Pencil

Useful companion

Since these pencils have very thin lead, colors are mixed best with a blender.

But this one is not necessary at all. I can never be bothered with these, and just use my finger, because I try to keep my art materials bag as compact and functional as possible ( I get destructed¬†if there are too many¬†things in my art bag, it prevents me from starting my piece, and I end up spending all my time on trying all materials and dreaming of what I would want to add to my¬†collection etc.) So, simplicity is key, if I want to enjoy drawing/coloring/painting. It’s a good skill to be inventive and just use materials that you already have.¬†Some people use cotton buds for blending colors.

Hope this helps ūüôā Check back often for more tips.

Coloring Blog And Free Printables

Free Coloring Page – Daisy Flowers

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For those who really like flowers, here is a free coloring page of daisies.

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“What’s here to color?? Daisies are white!” – one might think.

But please take a look at all these beauties below:

daisies coloring

Yellow, pink, violet, and blue – they are all called daisy ūüôā

Please color away and feel free to share your finished pages.

Discover More Designs Similar To This Free Coloring Page

The free coloring page is taken from this coloring book with 30+ flower designs:

etsy2 flower coloring book for adults printable coloring pages floral designs

Flower Coloring Book For Creativity, Mindfulness, And Relaxation.

Each design tells the name of the flower. Packed with detailed swirling floral mandalas, and inspirational quotes. “I love flowers, and this is my fan praise for them :)” – Ekaterina, author of The Flower Spirit.
Enjoy hours of creativity with this flower coloring book.
With so many cheerful colors to use and enjoy swirling kaleidoscopes of floral arrangements, this can truly become a stress relief coloring book, and perhaps a new addition to your anti-stress coloring book collection? Be mindful: coloring is not a physically relaxing activity, although, it is creative, and brings joy when working with bright colors and seeing the result.
What’s in this flower coloring book?

  • garden coloring pages: roses, tulip, pansy, cosmos, morning glory, almond blossom (they are just like cherry blossom but cream white color, make them pink if you wish), limonium, sweet pea, trollius;
  • forest blooms and wildflower coloring pages of poppy, daisy, tiny bluet, cornflower, foxglove, sunflower, forget-me-not, lily of the valley;
  • desert: blooming cactus, date flower;
  • exotic and tropical flower coloring: guava, pomegranate flowers, chinese lantern, hibiscus, calla, frangipani, lilies, lotus, jasmine, datura, and even the Bodhi Tree flowers.

From “Detailed Design and Mandala Coloring Books For Adults”
Other coloring books in this series:

  • The Cosmos Within
  • The Bird of Fantasia
  • The Flower Spirit

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Your free coloring page is here:

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