Here’s Why A Colouring Book Is The Best Gift For A Stressed Adult

Are you looking for a way to relax or de-stress? Or, perhaps you are you looking for a fun and unique gift? If so, an adult-targeted coloring book may be just what you are looking for.

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Video Review: Flying Colors Adult Coloring Book

Welcome to Coloring For Fun’s video book review of Jennifer Allison’s new adult coloring book, Flying Colors: An Expert Level Coloring Adventure (Volume 1) 

This book contains 30 detailed, hand-drawn illustrations, and it was designed to let your imagination take flight into an inspirational journey of fun, nostalgia and creativity and leave all your stress and worries behind.

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Author Interview – Jennifer Allison

This is our first in a series of interviews with coloring book authors. For this first interview, we chose Jennifer Allison. I met Jennifer in a Facebook group, and while we were talking the subject of her new coloring book came up. When I told her that my family was starting Coloring For Fun, an immediate friendship was formed.

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How To Create A Lazy Susan Pencil Carousel

It starts with one coloring book and some Crayola pencils.

Then you find yourself searching Amazon and seeing what other supplies people have in colouring groups and you begin to branch out. You get a set of the Prismacolor’s, and then some fineliners, and before long maybe some gel pens.

Before you know it you have multiple sets of pens and pencils, and you realize you’re spending more time trying to find that specific colour you need when you need it.

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Today’s Coloring Books Aren’t Just For Kids

Sharpen your colored pencils and take the caps off your gel markers. There’s a new — and yet still old-school — way to de-stress.

It goes like this: You color. In books.

OK, so there’s nothing new about coloring someone else’s illustrations — you’ve been doing it since you were old enough to grasp a crayon. But what’s remarkable is the steadily rising popularity of coloring books for adults (as opposed to adult coloring books, which as you might imagine are a completely different, more prurient endeavor).

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