Use Crayola. These are the best and have the best color saturation. Use a paper that will grip the color evenly. I like Stonehenge or illustration board. Have a good hand_held sharpener handy. Always try to keep a point on the crayon. This makes it go on more evenly. Apply the crayon in a professional manner. Just like you would any other fine art tool, use control and be deliberate. Don't become five years old again!
Embroidery Tinting with Crayons, Colored Pencils and Paint. When filling an area of embroidery, we usually think of fill stitches like the basic satin stitch or long and short stitch. Another way to add lots of color to your stitching, without lots of labor, is to use a technique known as embroidery tinting.