How To Use ColorPic to Copy Hex Code

I found this cool tool that I use all the time to get the “just right” colors that I want for my blog. You can download ColorPic for free.

My video shows you how to create a palette and get the colors for your blog, fonts, etc. just right.

To watch the videos in full screen click on the button that looks like this on the bottom of the video.



  1. Brian on November 16, 2011 at 11:02 am

    Hi Holly,

    Just wanted to say “Thank You” for the videos you create. They are a huge help.

    A short while ago I purchased the Flexsqueeze WP Theme after watching your videos. Compared to other videos I have seen you seem to have the talent to make it easy for people to understand and follow your instruction. This is a very big help because it has taken me a fraction of the time to learn how to set up my own blog.

    After watching one of your videos I did pick up a copy of the “colorpic”, which is invaluable.

    Once again “Thank You”.


  2. Holly Powell on March 8, 2012 at 10:01 pm

    Thanks for the compliment–I do love colorpic for sure!!!

  3. Vic on July 19, 2012 at 12:56 pm

    Hi Holly,

    I do like this ColorPic software great addition for my toolbox :0)

    I am a new subscriber to your blog, after downloading Flexibilty3 theme… your videos on this are absolutely priceless, and are helping me get the best out of this theme for my new site.

    Without your videos I would not have a site, because I am a total newbie to it all.

    Thanks Holly.


  4. Holly Powell on August 16, 2012 at 9:26 am

    Hi Vic,

    I appreciate your comments. The flexibility theme is a good one to use for both newbies and experienced alike.

    I need to do another whole series–based on the changes, etc that Ryan has made.

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