Chroma Club is a subscription service that sends you a new original coloring book on a monthly basis.
Each book will consist of illustrations drawn by artists around the world. Designs can include mandalas, flowers, geometric, tribal, quirky themes, and more. The books are “flip book style”, making them easy to use and lefty-friendly. All of Chroma Club’s books and shipping materials are made from eco-friendly, recycled paper.
Subscriptions are $8/month or less with multi-month commitments. — For a limited time, you can save 50% on your first month when you use coupon code “HALFOFF” at checkout!
Let’s check out the May 2016 Chroma Club book!
The book shipped in a small envelope via first class mail.
The book! (Well, more a booklet than an actual book.)
The booklet opened “flip book style”, making it easy to color each page without worrying about the binding getting in the way. Each spread included hashtags describing the featured design.
Some of the illustrations, like these robots, were very detailed.
A few of the designs were on the easier side, like this stained glass sunflower illustration.
This crab was also pretty detailed and would probably look really neat once colored.
An intermediate mandala. There were 8 pages/designs in all, which honestly seemed a little lacking.
While I like the concept of Chroma Club, I’m not sure that I’d want to pay $8/month on such a small booklet. Especially when regular (full size) coloring books can be purchased on Amazon for around the same price. That said, it might be worth checking out if you use the coupon code (“HALFOFF“) that makes it just $4 for the first month.
May 2016 Chroma Club Review
I think this subscription would be a lot more appealing if they either lowered the monthly price, or increased the number of pages. $8 for an 8-page book is a bit higher than most people would be willing to commit to.
Disclosure: I received this box for review purposes. I was not compensated in any way. All opinions are my own. Post may contain affiliate and/or referral links.