Colortime Crafts Review

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post.  I received a free product in exchange for writing an honest review. Although this post is sponsored, all opinions are 100% my own. I will always only share with my readers reviews or products that I myself or my family uses. Or products that I know will be beneficial or of interest to my readers.

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I was really excited to try a Colortime Crafts & Markers product. I had heard many great things about Colortime, but hadn’t been able to try them out. I received a reusable tote bag, and 3 fabric markers.

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When I opened the first marker I saw that the tip was both wide, and pointed. Which is great because that makes it easy to be able to paint both large, and small areas.

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I used the blue marker first. I imediately loved the color, it was a very deep and beautiful shade of blue. Then I decided to use the green. At first I was a little dissapointed because the shade was very light. However I did notice that as the paint dried, the shade got darker. In the end I was very pleased with the shade of green. Last I used the yellow marker. Again the shade was very light, but became darker as the paint dried. It turned out to be a very good shade of yellow. The thick shape of the markers made it really easy to hold. And the paint flowed easily and smoothly.  This is what the finished bag looked like. The colors didn’t smudge, not even in the wash.

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You can visit the Colortime website to get FREE printable coloring pages, sign up for their FREE Birthday Club, and don’t forget to shop the specials/closeouts area!

You can also connect with Colortime on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and by signing up for their newsletter.

CONGRATULATIONS TO: Olga R. Winner of the Giveaway!

May your day be colorful,

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