Chroma.club is an adult coloring subscription delivered to your mailbox for $8 a month. This box boasts using eco-friendly materials, supporting independent artists, and being left-hand-friendly. This month didn’t feature a theme. It’s also community-based – Chroma Club members vote on what gets printed for the following month! The back side tells you how to stay in touch and get extra goodies.
This month I got a full-sized coloring book and it is amazing, filled with new art that ranges from easy to very intricate. The front of the envelope is basic but the back has so much personality that I almost saved it to color.
Nine unique designs are highlighted in this booklet with only one side being printed on so that when coloring, it doesn’t matter what medium is used, markers won’t bleed through and ruin the other pictures.
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This one has so many nooks and crannies that I’m a little overwhelmed with the idea of sitting down and getting it done in one day. All the color combinations and detail will make it a masterpiece once complete.
Roses are my favorite flower and I’m looking forward to making this look as good as the one in Beauty and the Beast.
Books! This might be my favorite picture Chroma Club has every sent me. Reading is one of the activities that I find almost as relaxing as coloring to put the two together there isn’t much better for this geeky girl.
This one reminds me of the yellow brick road in how it spins out into a bigger pattern. The spikes toward the bottom make me think of a scary dream but I think with the right colors it could be a happier.
Flowers and trees…well, what I interpreted as a tree and therefore colored according to my thoughts. I found a simple elegance in this easy level picture and fell in love with it before I even began to color. I think it turned out pretty well.
This month’s package is so much fun, I love the balance between nature and plain fun in this volume. I also can’t say enough about the larger sizing that is perfect for artists with poor eyesight. I know in the past that I thought about getting my grandmother this subscription but the small pictures were a deterrent. I am also impressed with the minimal packaging they used and there were no fillers to recycle. Lets the subscriber picked art shine and only on the back of the volume do they remind you to stay in touch.