Chroma Club February 2017 Subscription Review + Coupon!

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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.

Sixteen unique designs are highlighted in this full-sized book printed on high quality paper.

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Sue Chastain bring this month’s book to a nice strong opening. Personally, I love flowers and having them not die and wilt is a huge plus in my mind. I also like that the first page isn’t as challenging as some of the other art to choose from, makes it easy to fall into the groove.

The details in the fore front of this picture from Heidi Berthiaume are intricate and it’s great that the background doesn’t take anything away from the people but just adds to the depth.

Amelia Richard brings me more flowers. I think this is going to be the most challenging picture for me because I want to do each flower petal justice. The simplicity of the drawing makes me think about the best way to make them feel real and like they should smell like fresh cut flowers from a meadow.

This extremely detailed under the sea drawing from Ellen Million is beautiful and I’m not sure I’ll even color it because of the joy it brings me. Since this page doesn’t have another one to color on the other page, it will be easy to rip out and frame.

Jennifer Zimmermann is known for her zen coloring books. This really brings out my spiritual side and makes me think about what I can do in my own life to add more peace. I wonder what the woman in the picture is thinking about and hope whatever it is was bringing her joy.

Each page is accompanied by information about the author and ways to get more of their work as well as how to keep up with them via social media. I’m glad this feature is back this month because there is something in knowing some personal details that make this a little more intimate than your average grocery store coloring book.

Chroma.Club has become a rock, paper, scissor battle every month between my daughter and I because we both have so much fun coloring. The more I get this subscription, the more I enjoy coloring and truly enjoy the relaxing benefits. Chroma.Club does an amazing job at making sure that they are always sending new and fresh designs. If you get bored with this coloring experience, it’s because you aren’t being an active member of the community and voting for each month’s selection.

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