GIVEAWAY:- Derwent Inktense Pencil Crayons in Wooden Box

Derwent Inktense Pencil Crayons Family Clan

Derwent Inktense Pencil Crayons in Wooden Box

I love the resurgence in adult colouring and find it so useful for my stress and anxiety levels, so when Derwent contacted me to ask if I would be interested in reviewing some of their Inktense pencil crayons I jumped at the chance.

Derwent Inktense Pencil Crayons Family Clan

They have sent me a lovely set containing a rainbow of 24 different colours in a strong wooden box which is the perfect place to keep them all safe and secure out of the grand children’s way!

I always enjoyed art at school and a few years back actually took some evening painting lessons. If I am honest, I was never much good, but really just enjoyed it filling me up and every stress and worry disappearing off into the background for a while. I love how colours work and interact with each other. How some fit together better than others.

There is a young artist I watch on YouTube called Heather Rooney and although I’m not even in the same room as her skill wise, I love watching her drawings appear out of the page. She is fantastic and well worth having a look at if you’ve a few minutes to spare.

My Thoughts

Somehow, I managed to come out of school with an Art O’level – yes showing my age I sat CSE’s and GCE’s. Art and music where always my favourite lessons in school, so maybe that’s why I love crafting today.

Derwent Inktense Pencil Crayons Family Clan

This beautiful Inktense set will keep me going for quite a while, if any of the Family Clan members are reading this I’d love some more colouring books for either Christmas or my birthday please.

Derwent do a whole range of merchandise for the budding Michelangelo and the quality is exemplary.

We’ve run a couple of giveaway’s for adult colouring books and our latest one is listed on our giveaway page here. These pencil crayons are the perfect accompaniment and would make the perfect present for any grown up.

Nanna Jane


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Derwent have given us a bundle of Unwind in the Wilds coloring book, Line Maker & 12 Studio Pencils to giveaway to one lucky entrant. If you would like a chance to win, just enter the rafflecopter giveaway form below.

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87 Thoughts to “GIVEAWAY:- Derwent Inktense Pencil Crayons in Wooden Box”

  1. A.E. ADKINS

    The boys homemade Christmas tree decorations, they come out every year and are proudly hung on the tree

  2. jenny stratton

    I have a drawing my daughter did in high school. She wanted to throw it away but I saved it.

  3. Susie Wilkinson

    It’s not art as such, but I have a map of England in my living room that I cross stitched many years ago

  4. stacey turner

    I have a drawing of myself drawn by one of my friends. I love it

  5. Pam Francis Gregory

    Not art exactly – A signed transcript of The Two Ronnies sketch, Fork Candles

  6. adeinne tonner

    I have a painting in my living room of the sunset which my sister painted so it takes pride of place in my living room.

  7. Rachael Sexey

    My children’s 1st ever picture they drew at school

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