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Cricut; I use the Cricut Maker but you can use any cricut model for this project
Ipad & iPad Pro – all iPad models that are recent have the drawing feature, I use an iPad Pro and swear by it but I’ve included some basic models as well! If you are new to iPads and want to talk through your purchase, feel free to shoot me a DM and I can help you depending on your professional goals, experience and budget!! I have been there!
Explore iPad Mini
Explore iPad 10.2 Inch
Explore iPad Air
Explore iPad Pro 11 Inch
Explore iPad Pro 12.9 Inch – This is the model I have in the 256 GB, I absolutely love it. I used to have the lowest storage version of the iPad Pro 11 inch, but found that the 12.9 inch is the perfect size for me and I love having the extra storage for all my creative needs, especially if you are planning to use video!
Let’s talk cases!
I recently bought this case for my iPad Pro 12.9 Inch and am OBSESSED. I was hesitant due to the price compared to previous cases I have bought however it is SO sturdy, has many different height adjustments that can be made AND is a magnet so I can stick it to my fridge or other metal surfaces in my home. It is called the Zugu Case, 10/10
For a less expensive, less permanent case, I have used this lavender magnetic case, in the past. I loved it but it started to fall apart after a year so I recently upgraded to the above. But it was a great case that kept my iPad scratch free and safe in my bags for traveling. Plus, I am often painting so having a less expensive case option is great!
Compatible with iPad (6th and 7th Generation), iPad Mini (5th Generation), iPad Air (3rd Generation), iPad Pro 12.9-inch (1st and 2nd Generation), iPad Pro 9.7 and 10.5-inch
Buy Apple Pencil (2nd Generation) – I use this Apple Pencil, I have used both, they are generally pretty similar and all depend on the iPad you are using but I do slightly prefer the 2nd gen
iPad Pro 12.9-inch (3rd and 4th generation); iPad Pro 11-inch (1st and 2nd generation)
Consider an Apple Pencil grip! They build traction and comfort (something I always recommend as an Occupational Therapist to my clients). Of course, the grip is not necessary but a fun way to add personalization to your pencil, the 2nd generation does not work with most grips due to the magnet but if you are buying the 1st generation pencil it is a must (the 1st generation tends to be slippery).
DM @storiacollective or email me email@example.com with any questions! I have used EVERY product I am recommending personally & trust the quality, I have chosen not to post certain brands I have tried