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DIY Father's Day popsicle card

How to Make a DIY Father’s Day Card

By: Mai Lagdameo of @mai.notebook

Hello! Mai here, from @mai.notebook on Instagram. I’m here to do a quick and easy tutorial on how to make a fun Father’s Day card. This is something you can work on by yourself, or with kids! The first step to getting started is to gather your tools and materials.

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3 Recipe art illustrations

3 Delicious and Beautiful Recipe Art Illustrations

By: Emily Colledge of @sugar_coated_canvas

Hello! It’s Emily of @sugar_coated_canvas and I’m here today to share some inspiration for creating your very own recipe illustrations. When Zebra Pen asked me to team up with them, I was thrilled to make some more recipes into beautiful works of art. Since most of us have been spending more time at home, this has meant more homemade food. I was excited to transform some of my favorite recipes into illustrations. Let’s dive in!

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Zebra Pen product spread out along with drawings of animals

How to Draw a Baby Chick with Zebra Pens in 7 Easy Steps

By: Artist Ambassador Sandra Strait

Hello! I’m Sandra from @lifeimitatesdoodles. Today, I’m going to show you how to draw a baby chick using Zebra Pen ClickArt Retractable Marker Pens, Metallic Brush Pens and Sarasa Clip Gel Retractable Pens in the Milk Colors.

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Watercolor tulips created with Zebra Metallic Brush Pens

How to Create Watercolor-Inspired Tulips Using Zebra Metallic Brush Pens

Hello, I’m Krystal of Love Letters at Dawn. I am an Artist Ambassador for Zebra Pen USA, a lefty letterer, and watercolor artist hanging out in beautiful New Mexico. I’m here to show you how to create a gorgeous spring tulip watercolor painting using a few awesome Zebra pens!

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Peace, love, and joy Christmas tree ornaments

Quick & Easy Holiday Ornaments

By: Hazel Ung of @hazel.lefty.lettering

Hi everyone! I’m Hazel, Artist Ambassador for Zebra Pen USA and lettering artist on Instagram, better known as @hazel.lefty.lettering. This project is a fun way to gather family and friends to get into the holiday spirit. You decide what colors you want to use for your paints and ribbons. Unleash your creativity and personalize your Christmas tree!

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Sugar cookie recipe art featured image

How to Create Holiday Recipe Art with Zebra Pen

By Emily Colledge of @sugar_coated_canvas

Hello! It’s Emily of @sugar_coated_canvas and I’m here today to share how to create—or more specifically, illustrate—the perfect meal for the holiday season using recipe art. These recipe art cards are perfect to have on display during your next holiday get-together. I was so excited when Zebra Pen asked me to team up with them to create this blog post. I love combining food and art. Let’s get started!

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Fall Crafts for Kids with Cadoozles

With autumn just beginning, now is the perfect time to create some adorable autumn inspired crafts with your kids!  Our Cadoozles Starters Colored Mechanical Pencils are the ultimate accompaniment to any and all crafts.   Cozy up with some apple cider and slippers and get to crafting.

Craft Stick Scarecrowscarecrow

Suggested Supplies:

  • Cardstock paper
  • Popsicle sticks
  • Felt
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Cadoozles® Starters Colored Mechanical Pencils
  • Googly Eyes

Assembling Craft:

  1. Cut the hat and nose out of the felt
  2. Glue sticks to cardstock to keep them together and sturdy
  3. Use Cadoozles® to color sticks for hair
  4. Glue eyes, nose, hair and hat to already adhered sticks in that order
  5. Use Cadoozles® to draw on mouth for scarecrow

owl

Paper Plate Owl

Suggested Supplies:

  • Paper Plate
  • Construction paper
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Cadoozles® Starters Colored Mechanical Pencils

 

 


Assembling Craft:

  1. Use Cadoozles® to draw on the feathers of the owl’s chest
  2. Fold the two sides of the plate to create the wings of the owl. Then fold down the top to create its head
  3. Color the wings with Cadoozles®
  4. Cut the eyes, beak, and feet from the construction paper
  5. Glue the eyes, beak, and feet to the paper plate

Original craft can be found here: http://huppiemama.com/fall-kids-craft-paper-plate-owl/

 

paper plate pumpkin maskPaper Plate Pumpkin Mask

Suggested Supplies:

  • Paper Plate
  • Construction paper
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Cadoozles® Starters Colored Mechanical Pencils
  • Toilet Paper Roll
  • Green Pipe Cleaner
  • Stapler
  • Craft stick

 

 

Assembling Craft:

  1. Use Cadoozles® to color the paper plate as the pumpkin
  2. Cut out the center of the plate with scissors
  3. Cut about 3 inches off the toilet paper roll and staple to the top of pumpkin plate to create the stem
  4. Twist pipe cleaner around a Cadoozle® and carefully slide off to create the vine
  5. Staple this vine near the stem of the pumpkin
  6. Cut leaves from construction paper and staple them near vine and stem
  7. Glue a craft stick to the bottom to the pumpkin to complete mask

Happy crafting! Find zen in your pen. Zebra Pen.