Designed to Color is an online magazine dedicated to coloring in the crafting world.  From card making to altered objects and scrapbook pages we use amazing digital or stamped images to make our projects complete.  This is where we come in.  We love all the amazing ways that different types of coloring mediums come together to make an image come to life.  Celebrating color and creativity is what we live by!  And we hope you will learn to love color as much as we do!

Designed To Color is published bi monthly (that’s six issues a year).  As of now it’s completely FREE!

Would you like to be featured in our publication?  We are always having submission calls.  Just click above on the call button. We are always looking for fun and fresh projects featuring all types of coloring mediums.  So check it out!  You never know if you will become published if you don’t try!!

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  • 1. Bev Code  |  February 25, 2012 at 10:58 am

    please confirm.. by stamping on layouts using ink… do they have to be coloured then? because i put stamped images and accents on lots of my layout pages.
    Just checking out your whole site to get to know you better and look forward to sharing even more in the future with you..

    • 2. ohsnaplizzie  |  March 25, 2012 at 11:31 am

      Hey Bev! We love stamping here, but coloring is what we are all about! If you want to submit a project for our calls, make sure they have a colored image. Some crafters love using their ink pads and water brushes to color in their images. This is why you see ink pads disused for coloring. While stamping an image is an art form, we focus on the coloring of that stamped image. Hope this clears up what you are asking. And I do apologize on not getting back to you sooner!


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