Win a copy of Calm, Colour, Create Magazine

By | July 30, 2015

Children have known for years that settling down to tackle a nice bit of colouring-in is a relaxing way to unwind and it looks like us grown-ups have finally caught on!Β  Cool, Calm, Create is pre-school specialists, Redan Publishing’s first magazine to target adults and will hit the news stands today (30th July), providing a monthly shot of art therapy to frazzled parents up and down the country.

Calm, Colour, Create magazine

The new magazine offers 68 pages of intricate colouring and doodling spreads designed to help focus the mind and aid relaxation.Β  Using a bespoke blend of patterns, mandalas and tangles, issue one has a marine and ocean theme and comes with a free cover-mounted gift of 5 colouring pencils, making it the perfect gift to pick up and go and an ideal travel companion for summer holidays.

Calm, Colour, Create also has its own dedicated social media pages where readers can upload and show off their latest creations, commenting on the work of others whilst sharing their own thoughts and inspirations.

Calm, Colour, Create Magazine will retail at Β£4.99 and is aimed at anyone with an interest in colouring. It is available on selected news stands from today (30th July, 2015).

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148 thoughts on “Win a copy of Calm, Colour, Create Magazine

  1. Tracey Peach

    I love Cross Stitching. I would love to try Adult Colouring it seems such a relaxing hobby xxx

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  2. Sarah Elizabeth

    I usually start with pencil then start outlining everything in black ink!

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  3. SandraB

    Watercolour pencils give such a dreamy finish and you don’t have to be an expert so I like to use them best of all.

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  4. Chris Andrews

    Tell me your favourite medium to get creative – pen, pencil or paint! . . . . .pen

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  5. Sue McCarthy

    I’m not artistic in that way but I do sewing & knitting (for charity)

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  6. Richard Moore

    Coloured pencils, as I always end up making too much mess with paints!

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  7. MelodyJ

    I like mixed media. Marker pens ans watercolors are my favorite.

    Is this international? I didn’t see if it’s UK only.

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  8. Emma Ellams

    I love colouring with pencils. You can get so many different shades from one pencil, love it.

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  9. Julie Edwards

    I love been creative with a pen. My children think my job lists are a work of best selling fiction lol xx

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  10. Laura Jeffs

    Depending on the mood, liuke all three mediums, but my favourite is paint πŸ˜‰

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  11. Karen Laing

    Felt tip pens colouring in with my grand-daughter,it’s really quite relaxing and I really get quite into it.I have to remember my grand-daughter is only five and will go out of the lines sometimes x

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  12. Katie Tranter

    Pen everytime – There’s always a bundle of them in the bottom of my bag!

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  13. Barbara Handley

    I have just started watercolour painting lessons. Time will tell if I am any good.

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  14. niki clifton

    I wouldlove to try this fab colouring bookout thanks for the chance fingers crossed xx

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  15. Jean Ward

    Water colour pencils are my preferred method of creating my mini artwork – still a beginner though!!

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  16. Laura Vitty

    Paint… although I prefer sewing and embroidery at the moment

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  17. kathryn booth

    i do love pencils, but i also love the array of colours in promarkers.

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  18. Hannah Smith

    My preference is pens.. but I’ve only got pencils at the moment.

    @Cloudyskies29

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  19. Sarah Archibald

    Pencil, im a self employed graphite portrait artist πŸ™‚

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  20. Layla Thomas

    I recently bought my first coloring book and I am really enjoying using felt markers again, I think the last time I used one I was 12.

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  21. Hayley Lynch

    Pencils .. so I can rub out if Im not happy with the results

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  22. Maria Jane Knight

    I love pencils, perfect to create ombre effects and shading.

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  23. Katrina Fox

    I really like watercolour pencils but also think you can get some great effects using wax crayons!

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  24. kerry lethbridge

    I have so many favourites and love multi media but probably clay and paint right now

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  25. Clare Hubbard

    I love drawing with chalk on our shed door, always amuses me when I look out our back windows

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  26. Victoria B

    Paints – haven’t done it for a while though. Should make more time.

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  27. Keri Jones

    I used to love paints when I was at school, now I love pencils x

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