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Creating a sunset with soft pastels
See how the intensive colours and the silky smooth flow of colour can be easily mixed and blend with our soft pastels.
Colour our forest with its wildlife
Are you up for a discovery tour? Here you will find exotic plants and animals - just bring them to life with colours!
Colouring pages
Inspiring Creativity Colouring templates
My selfmade journal
Create your self-designed bullet journal and add a bit of creativity into your daily life.
Portrait Drawing with Miss Led
Explaining the concepts of character and individual expression of the face.
Hand Lettering with Hannah Rabenstein
See how the Artist works with our Pitt Artist Pens and creates lovely results!
Hand Lettering "Love out loud"
Our Tutorial "Love out loud" with the Art & Graphic water brush spreads love!
Hand Lettering "Forever you"
Be romantic with the Tutorial "Forever you" with the Pitt Artist Pen ink pen!
Highlighter Textliner
Creative ideas for the Bullet Journaling trend with our new textliners!
Much delight with Soft Pastels!
We want to inspire you – with our finest quality and rich colours.
Oil pastel crayons
Oil-based pastel crayons offer wonderful opportunities of applying both extremely intense, strong colours and delicate pastel tones.
How to colour this little dragon and his present
Let your fantasy bloom by colouring this little dragon and his present with a very special technique.
How to learn Hand Lettering types
Calligraphy with a brush nib is a lot of fun, but needs some practice.
How to colour flowers (advanced)
Colouring template (advanced)
How to do finger printing
Feel free to use your thumb or other fingers to make the prints too. You'll see how much fun it is to experiment with different shapes and sizes.
How to do flower stamping
Create your own personal field of flowers by using different colours or use other flowers and natural materials.
How to colour mandala motifs
Simple shapes that children can relate to, such as ships and flowers.
Children of the world: Anouk
Anouk is seven years old and comes from Greenland, a massive island between Canada and the Scandinavian countries.
Children of the world: Tamani
“Namasté”! That is how Tamani greets her friends in India.
Children of the world: Lino
Lino is 8 years old and lives in a small village in the mountains of Peru. The big mountain range is called the Andes.
Children of the world: Sachiko
Eight-year-old Sachiko lives with her family in Tokyo, Japan's capital city.
Children of the world: Felix
Felix is 10 years old and lives near Munich in Germany.
Children of the world: Emily
Emily is 7 years old and lives in Canada.
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