06 October 2011

ColorTime Crafts Review And Giveaway

ColorTime Crafts

 It's no secret that kids love crafts, as well as coloring.  ColorTime Crafts and Markers has found a brilliant way to combine the two!  With wearable art, totes, pillowcases, and more, you will find just the right fun filled art project for your kids at ColorTime.com. They even offer special projects especially for Girl Scouts, parties, holidays, and more.

ColorTime began in the early 1990's at the Cotton Warehouse on Long Island.  After customers kept asking if they could take this wonderful wearable art home, it sparked a growing business.  Since 1990, over 2 million children and adults have found joy in ColorTime Crafts and Markers.

* View This Video To See ColorTime Crafts In Action! *

ColorTime Markers are non toxic, and while they are permanent on fabric, they do wash off hands with some soap and water.  No ironing is required for ColorTime products.  You simply color and then wash the projects as you would with any screen printed item.

Examples of ColorTime Crafts and Markers Projects:

 Recycle Tote Bag

Smile 4 Peace Pillowcase

Monster Truck Shirt

Thanks to ColorTime Crafts and Markers, I had the wonderful opportunity to review their Halloween Tote Bags with my four girls!  As soon as the totes arrived they were all ready to jump right in and start coloring!  The girls were excited to be able to color these totes how they wanted, and be able to also use them for trick or treating on Halloween night.  As a mom, I love the idea of crafts that my children can personalize and show off!

{ Here's a photo of the Halloween totes and markers before the girls started in! }

{ My oldest daughter coloring her tote! }

I really like how the ColorTime markers are big and chunky, easy for kids to grab and hold onto.  We didn't have a big mess with markers on their hands, but what they did get on their hands came off super easily with a little soap and warm water.  All my girls had so much fun with these totes and they all looked great after they were finished!  These are going to work perfect for Halloween night!  For some awesome craft projects your kids will be sure to enjoy, ColorTime Crafts is a must!

Connect With ColorTime Crafts and Markers:

Buy:  You can browse and shop ColorTime.com for all your fun crafting needs!

Win:  Want a chance to win a set of tote bags and markers for the special kids in your life?  ColorTime Crafts  and Markers has generiously offered to award one reader of Textbook Mommy a set of 4 tote bags, along with some markers! (Sponsors Choice).

Mandatory Entry:  Please leave a blog post comment answering these questions: Are arts and crafts big in your family?  Do you make or buy your own Halloween costumes?

Extra Entries:  Please see the Rafflecopter form for ways you can earn extra entries!

* Giveaway is open to residents of the U.S., 18 years of age and over. *
* Giveaway Ends:  October 16, 2011 at 12:01 a.m. EST *
Winner will have 48 hours to respond to winning email or an alternate winner will be selected.


  1. Crafts keep this Grandma sane. It gets us a direction and a way to spend time together
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

  2. DIY halloween costumes! YES! Pebbles and bam bam this year (dealbunny20@gmail.com)

  3. We try to be as crafty as we can when possible. However, we did buy our halloween costumes :)


  4. We love diy projects and try to make time at least once a month to make something fun. This year we bought our Halloween costumes. (hayd78@att.net)

  5. We get crafty in the kitchen. Elsewhere -- not so much. Our costumes are a combination of crafty and purchased.

  6. We make our own. We do a lot of crafts!

  7. We love doing crafts. We see everything as a possibility for up-cycling it into a cool craft. We usually make part of our Halloween costumes. improvjessie(at)gmail.com

  8. We usually buy a basic halloween costume and make our own additions to it.

  9. We love doing crafts.

  10. Crafts are huge in our family! I am actually making handmade goodie bags filled with lots of homemade goodies to give to kids in our family for halloween

  11. I forgot to add, normally we buy costumes, but from time to time it's fun to throw in a homemade one.

  12. My kids are crafty but older now and not as interested. I do have a baby who is too young yet for crafts. We buy Halloween costumes.