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  • 5 Ways a Brush Can Improve Your Coloring With Markers

    You can use a wet brush to augment the coloring and drawing you do with Color Swell markers. This can achieve a range of results that can add fun to your artwork!

     

  • 3 Techniques to Add Zest to Your Watercoloring

    We can’t promise that the children that you buy bulk watercolors from Color Swell for will be the next artistic genius, with the three techniques below you can let them explore their creativity further!

  • How to Get Longest Life Out of Markers

    Color Swell sells bulk markers that have a long lifespan, but did you know you can prolong their lifespan even more with a little extra care? With these simple "tips" (pun intended) you should maximize the time between orders and minimize your outlay on art supplies.
  • Cleaning watercolors from different surfaces

    When it comes to bulk watercolors and kids there’s an inevitability – they will make a mess!
  • 10 Tips on How To get the Best Out of Coloring with Crayons

    When you color with crayons, you’ll soon find that it is a unique medium in its own right. 
  • The Importance of Depth in Watercolor Palettes

    Where it comes to bulk watercolors, depth of the palettes are an important factor for both value for money and the pleasure of the children using them.
  • How to Wash Marker Out of Different Fabric

    Making a mess is part of the fun of doing art! What is the best way of washing marker out of different fabrics?

  • Watercolor is all about flow!

    One of the most maddening yet rewarding things about watercolor is that it is a fluid medium. That means you can harness but not control the paint - it all about managing flow. Let’s look at harnessing the flow of watercolor to get the best out of what can be a very beautiful medium.