I drew up this box so I could experiment with Dewent Inktense Pencils which I ordered recently.
I learned a couple things- they are much more intense than watercolor pencils and next time I'll use a lighter hand. That once you wet the ink, it won't move once it's dried. So make sure you get it as blended as you want it. I also learned that I love them, even if I'm not crazy about how I colored the box. I think I should have used yellow in the middle.
I have an Epson printer that uses Durabrite ink which is waterproof. Most inkjet ink will smear when it's wet. So if you plan to use a water color pencil or Inktense pencils- seal your ink, use a laser printer or use waterproof ink.
Here's an in progress picture-
If you want to make and color this box- click the image below for a larger version, print on card stock, color, cut out, score folds, fold, glue!