Favorite tools, resources and products!

Here’s a list all of all the tools and programs I use to run my site. Plus, a list of all my favorite Copic Supplies.

Website Tools

The following tools and programs listed below have helped my website grow as a result I’ve been able to create an informative website to help cardmakers with the art of coloring.

Note: This page contains affiliate links. However, I only recommend the tools, resources and products that I love and have used personally.

Smarter Queue

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I use Tailwind to schedule all my Pinterest pins. The looping feature allows me to re-post content on an evergreen cycle. Definitely, get your FREE Pinterest Trial!


Teachable hosts my class site, videos etc. They offer a free version but you are limited to what you can do, like offer discount codes and you have a higher fee per course sold.


I use Convertkit for my email provider. In detail, helps me automate emails, keep track of subscribers and sell my courses through email marketing.


I’m currently using Siteground for my website hosting. Their dashboard and tools are easy to use and navigate. Just recently I switched from Bluehost.


I used Blue Host when I first created my site for web hosting and to purchase my domain. I’ve recently switched to Siteground, however, still use Bluehost for my domain.

Deadline Funnel

Deadline Funnel is a tool that increases conversions for digital marketers by using personalized deadlines, which help generate more sales and business growth.

DESIGNing Tools

In addition to coloring, graphic art and design has always been a second passion of mine. The programs below are the tools I use to create graphics, edit photos as a result creating an eye catching site!

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Canva is a great alternative to Photoshop. However, I actually use both. Canva for their easy to use drop and go templates, formatting sizes and it’s so easy to use! 


I have always used photoshop to edit pictures for blog posts, creating pdf’s and designing cards using digi stamps. There’s so much this program does!


I’ve recently started using Adobe Lightroom for editing photos. I don’t have very many windows in my house, however,  this program brightens up my photos.


Bluchic is where I’ve gotten my wordpress theme and templates. They are beautiful and simple all in all perfect for building your brand. 

Copic Supplies

I often get asked where to buy Copics and supplies. In short here’s a list of Copic Supplies.

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Copic Sketch

Sketch Markers are the style of Copic  that I use most as well as the marker I recommend to students, as they come in every color.

Copic Ciao

Ciao Markers have the same nibs as the Sketch but a smaller barrel that is round. Not to mention, Ciao are less expensive than Sketch.

Copic Refills

Copic Markers can be refilled. All of the ink in each style marker have the same alcohol ink solution so you can refill any of the Copic Markers.

Copic Accessories

Copics also have accessories such as, blending solution, nibs and more. Most improtantly using these tools will certainly help your Copics last.

Copic Xpress it Paper

When using Copic Markers, you have to use a marker friendly paper. Above all, Copic Xpress it is my #1 paper suggestion.

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