You don't have to look too far or long to know that adult colouring books are all the rage these days. They've even popped up on the market here in Sweden - I bought one for a crafty friend of mine for her birthday last month. Then Christmas rolled around and Santa had left me a very special fabric-wrapped present under the tree...
|Tula Pink Colouring Book & Fabrics|
Yup, not just beautiful Tula Pink fabrics but a Tula Pink colouring book (who knew?) Boxing Day I broke into this super fun book with my fresh box of Crayola pencil crayons. Fuzzy new PJs, blanket and colouring book - now that's what I call a relaxing Boxing Day.
But that wasn't all. A pretty awesome Colour Your Year calendar was also under the tree; and what better motivation to keep up with some creative colouring than a monthly panel to work on throughout the year? I've already gotten started on January's koi pond.
|January: Koi Pond|
I've been puttering away on it this week and lily pad leaves have grown in number, lily flowers are nearly done and another koi (plus bits and bobs) have also been added. I'm still trying to decide on colours for the circular elements around the koi and the foam bits.
I'm thinking that once the year is over, I'd like to use the finished 12x12 coloured pages as backgrounds for scrapbooking pages; perhaps for a monthly overview layout.
And just in case you wanted a closer look at those gorgeous Tule Pink fabrics again, here's a bit closer shot:
|Tula Pink Love|
So what about you; have you tried adult colouring yet?