Sandy Wijsbeek, the woman behind Samarik Design When I started coloring I didn’t know anyone in the coloring and illustration world. Through surfing and visiting websites I suddenly discovered coloring sheets drawn by Sandy Wijsbeek on the Kleuren voor Volwassenen website (Coloring for Adults). I ...Read More »
Heartbreak High? Never heard of! About 2,5 weeks ago, I received my copy of the new Heartbreak High ...
Yessss, I’ve got a tool on my website for push notifications! I can almost hear you think R...
Summer break Due to the heat in Spain, we’ve had to cancel the last Singalong Sunday. It’...
Failing system On the latest Singalong Sunday things were looking much better, or more like ‘l...
New visuals My dear hubby has really been working his ass off last week. Totally focused on my Singa...
Recently BBNC Publishers sent me a box containing ‘The One and Only Coloring Christmas Cards for adults’. I’d like to thank BBNC very much for this set. The box contains twenty cheerful Christmas cards in the well known style of the ‘One and Only’ coloring ...Read More »
From BBNC Publishers I received The One and Only Coloring Agenda 2017 to review, for which I kindly thank them. This of course is a coloring agenda in the Dutch language, but if the language does not bother you, it’s actually a nice one for everybody, ...Read More »
From lumberroom to studio Today I took some pictures of my coloring room or, to put it nicely, my ‘studio’. It’s a small garret with a guest bed. Up until recently we actually only used it as storage for our moving boxes with books. And ...Read More »
Added on Feb. 16th 2019: This coloring book review was previously only published on my Dutch website. Since my Dutch website has stopped, I don’t want to lose the reviews that weren’t published on my English website. So here it is, in Dutch. I haven’t ...Read More »
At one point someone in a Dutch coloring for adults Facebook group asked if people had experience with the Lyra Art Pens. You must know I’m quite curious by nature, and when I looked them up on the internet they aroused my interest. With the ...Read More »
From the Dutch publishers of Tulips in watercolour, Karakter Publishers, I received the Dutch version of this book Tulpen aquarelleren, for which I kindly thank them. When I first saw the book my initial thought was ‘What am I supposed to do with this? It’s ...Read More »
Recently I received the book ‘Tulips in Watercolour’ to review, which appeared to be quite a challenge. It was a book to learn how to work with watercolor, something I hadn’t done before (not counting ‘messing around a bit’ with Derwent Intense). You can read ...Read More »
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About a week ago I got a question. Whether I would like to do some kind of comparison. Well, I’m always willing to help someone out, and I actually liked the idea. Not knowing what I would get myself into by the way, since this ...Read More »