Sunday, 2 August 2020

National Colouring Book Day: My three favourite adult colouring books

National Colouring Book Day: My three favourite adult colouring books


National Colouring Book Day: My three favourite adult colouring books
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When I'm bored or stressed, I like to pull out a colouring book, some pencil crayons, and pretend I'm a kid again. Colouring can reduce anxiety and is a great distraction from adulting. August 2nd is National Colouring Book Day! In the spirit of this fun holiday, I'm sharing my three favourite adult colouring books! 



Vogue Colors A to Z: A Fashion Colouring Book


Vogue Colurs A to Z: A Fashion Colouring Book

I love vintage Vogue covers, I even have one framed in my bedroom. This colouring book has an alphabet of vintage Vogue covers that you can colour in yourself. Colour the garments the same as the covers or redesign them! Perfect for anyone who loves fashion or the vintage aesthetic. Buy it on Indigo!





Art of Coloring: Disney Animals



I'm a HUGE Disney fan! I can't help it, I love watching the old Disney movies I grew up with. I have two of the Art of Coloring Disney books. I have Disney Animals and Disney Villains. I love them both, but the Disney Animals has major Paws For Reaction vibes. Both of these colouring books are sure to tap into your creativity and bring a little nostalgia to your day. Buy it on Indigo!

Art of Coloring: Disney Villains








Horror Land Adult Colouring 


Horror Land Adult Colouring


This colouring book takes horror movies off the screen and onto the page, allowing you to be the director of gore. Horror is one of my favourite film genres. This colouring book is especially good for days when I'm angry and need to kill something. Figuratively speaking. Buy it on Indigo.



The best colour is GREEN

Did you know that Crayola is more than just a fun, colourful company that inspires creativity in young people? Crayola also focuses on sustainability! Cayola has several sustainable and green initiatives, from how they produce their products, to recycling programs, to their many upcycled craft ideas. Read all about how Crayola colours the world green on their website.




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