Okay, so this is one of those random posts but please hang with me for a bit…
When was the last time you colored…? And not just to prime your kid into doing it but actually colored in a coloring book for yourself? If you haven’t colored in a while you really might want to give it a try again.
I recently was partaking in a Disney Princess coloring fiesta… Yes, Disney Princesses and by the time I decided that I had more productive things to do I was stuck… I realized I was actually genuinely enjoying coloring.
It was sooo relaxing and I felt like my creativity was really coming through in a way that I hadn’t let it flow in such a long time. Plus… I was very proud of myself because I was staying within the lines!
I even went out and bought myself my own coloring book (not Disney Princes though) and brand new set of coloring pencils… 5-yr olds can be so hard on coloring “equipment” you know, and quite frankly, I really just didn’t want to share anymore 🙂
But did you know that coloring books for adults is now a thing? There are actual coloring books for grown-ups now (and it’s not an “underground movement” like I had imagined).
I got an email yesterday from the folks at Leisure Arts announcing their new line of Coloring Books For Adults… If you’ve been crafting for a while you’re probably familiar with Leisure Arts already, but I for one did not know that they offered coloring books for grown-ups.
So if you’re looking for a nice relaxing creative outlet, check these out. Give yourself a nice, inexpensive therapeutic session 😉
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