Do you love coloring, but have trouble trying to decide which colors to use on your coloring page? Do your finished coloring pages sometimes turn out not quite as great as you hoped? Would you like to create “frame-worthy” coloring pages? Would you like to eliminate the stress of choosing your colors and have a more delightful coloring experience?
If so, be sure to join my new class, How to Pick the Perfect Color Palette!
*Be sure to read to the end to see how you can take my class for free!
In this class I share my secrets to choosing colors for your coloring page or other coloring project, including:
- 6 reasons why choosing a color palette in advance will give you a more delightful and relaxing coloring experience
- How to find and capture inspiration
- How to use color to evoke emotions and communicate a deeper story
- How to quickly and easily pick the perfect color palette, without using the color wheel
- How to apply your color palette to your page for a finished product that makes you SMILE, and proud to share
For your class project you will choose color palettes and apply them to the provided printable coloring pages (which are actully greeting cards that you can send).
You can purchase How to Pick the Perfect Color Palette by clicking the image above to get lifetime access to the class.
Or you can join the class on Skillshare.com. Skillshare is an online learning community where you can master real-world skills through project-based classes.
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Loved this class!! I get stuck sometimes trying to pick out colors or look at my finished page and think it's missing something. I use a color wheel but that limits me to four colors. This class was super helpful! Great Job! - Samantha Gilstrap
Click the image below to watch my Introduction video.
After you complete the class project, be sure to share your project on Instagram with the hashtag#jodittdesigns and #shecolorstruth for a chance to be featured on the @shecolorstruth account and/or on my @jodittw account!
JoDitt's Coloring Palettes for Coloring Pages Pinterest Board
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Bible journaling/coloring came to mind with this, although it’s not something I do. Several of my friends enjoy it. Great ideas!
I just watched your video on the Flourish Conference and wondering what type of eye shadow palette you used that didn’t smear and came with so many different colors? Where can I purchase them? Thanks.
I don’t remember where I purchased the eye shadow. Probably Big Lots or Dollar Tree. It was very inexpensive. I’m sure most types of eye shadow will work for coloring in the background of your coloring pages or Bible journaling pages.
I need your expertise. Going to buy pencils but overwhelmed. On SSDI so I have to chose wisely. I have some Prismacolors but limited. What do you think about Azteza or Bayland/good reviews on both.Which is better for Bible, pencils or polychromes? Help!
I have not tried Azteza or Bayland, so I cannot give you an opinion of them. I have not tried the Faber-Castell polychomes either, but I do have the Faber-Castell watercolor pencils and LOVE them. I do have Prismacolors and they are great, but if you are on a budget, the cheaper brands work just fine. It’s just that they have more wax and less pigment, so you don’t get as bright of colors as you do using Prismacolors.
Some other, less expensive options that provide lots of pigment are:
Staedtler Ergosoft Colored Pencils
Faber-Castell Triangular Colored EcoPencils