Thursday, December 17, 2015

The Mindfulness Coloring Book - Volume Two - Review and Giveaway

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As many of you know I recently took up the hobby of adult coloring books.  I've found that it's calming and brings down my stress level.  I have a tiered container full of gel pens, markers and colored pencils that have been used upon many coloring pages.  My sister and mother are just as addicted.  We are not alone in this; adult coloring books have become quite the rage.
 
I've been coloring in The Mindfulness Coloring Book - Volume Two, with pictures drawn by Emma Farraron.  It's the second book in a series.  The format of the book is smaller than most coloring books.  I liken it to the size of a hardcover reading book.  Because of its size, I usually put this particular book in my purse and color in it while waiting at appointments. 
 
There are a total of 70 pictures to color in this detailed book.  Some picture themes include owls, flowers, geometrics, abstract, and even fruits.  The illustrated drawings are well-done and the pictures look beautiful after I'm done coloring.  The pictures are printed on both pages of the book, and the paper has a nice thickness.  I do wish the pages were perforated so I could easily tear them out but, other than that, this is a high-quality coloring book.   
 
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62 comments:

Amy C said...

I like to use colored pencils mostly.

jbmthill said...

I prefer a fresh box of crayons! But with these new adult books with such detail, I think gel pens would be great.
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Lauren said...

I like to use colored pencils.

Dan K said...

I use colored pencils

Chad Gustafson said...

Love my gel pens!

maryjaco1 said...

I like using crayons.

CosmeticCrazy said...

I'd use colored pencils.

Charlene E said...

I use colored pencils mostly

jakiesmom said...

markers

Amanda Patterson said...

I always color with colored pencils! I love the range of colors and the ability to color light or dark depending on the pressure.

abedabun dawn said...

I really do not know. I would have to say colored pencils, but it has be soooo many years since I colored anything.

Kelly Nicholson said...

Leave a comment on this blog post what you most like to color with (i.e. markers, colored pencils, gel pens).

colored pencels most likely thanks

Emilee Bond said...

I like coloring with colored pencils, haven't tried gel pens yet!

Bianca Munoz said...

colored pencils or sharpies . thank you!

Shelly Leatham said...

I love to use my gel pens!

Lori's Place said...

I like to colour with markers.

Anita said...

I tend to prefer colored pencils when coloring in these type books.

ReggieMann said...

I like to use colored pencils

Feisty Fox said...

I like to use colored pencils. I have a big set of Prisma Colors that I got in college.

Haydensmommy05 said...

I love coloring with gel pens! Trisha Burgess

[Whatever U are, be a good one!] said...

I would love to use colored pencils.
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Geneveigh Sewell said...

I prefer colored pencils!

Isaiahsmom said...

I like to color with colored pencils, markers or Crayons.

Xty C said...

I think that I would prefer to use colored pencils

Robin Wilson said...

I would definitely be using colored pencils.

Sue Hull said...

I use gel pens,the glittery ones are my favorite. I also use markers and colored pencils.Im so addicted to coloring! Thank you for the chance :)

Sue Hull said...

I use gel pens,the glittery ones are my favorite. I also use markers and colored pencils.Im so addicted to coloring! Thank you for the chance :)

mail4rosey said...

I most like to color with crayons. I haven't tried glitter pens though, that could be fun.

Renee said...

markers

Julie Waldron said...

I like using colored pencils.

John & Pam Collins said...

I like to color with colored pencils.
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Melinda Stephens said...

Markers and gel pens are my favorites.

j1man1r66 said...

I like to color the Adult coloring books with Colored Pencils!
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K. Brook said...

I like to color with colored pencils :)

kmcgrew213 said...

i like to color with crayons.

Breanne said...

I like to use colored pencils.

Charlene S. said...

I like to use fine tip markers.

Melinda Atwell said...

Colored Pencils are my favorite

rubynreba said...

I like to use markers.

Crystal Rose said...

I like to use a mix of things.

Bee W Bedard said...

I use coloured pencils

laura bernard said...

Colored pencils and pens!

cindiizzy said...

I like to color with crayons mostly. I also use colored pencils and markers.

MizVickik said...

I like markers.
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Rhonda said...

I'd use coloured pencils! ty

Marija said...

I like to use colored pencils and fine markers.

beachgirl0323 said...

I like coloring withcoloring pencils

jodi said...

I like to use colored pencils

CindyWindy2003 said...

I like to color with color pencils.

Aleksandra Nearing said...

I would like to color with colored pencils. My daughter has a cute travel set that would be great to use.

Amanda B. said...

I use markers.

mandala said...

I like using gel pens and colored pencils - it gives me more control. Happy holidays!

Lisa Brown said...

I like to color with colored pencils.

Jessica Cox said...

I really like to use colored pencils and markers

Courtnie Miller said...

I use colored pencils!

Tara said...

Colored pencils for me!

noreen said...

I prefer colored pencils

Colleen Maurina said...

I like to color with colored pencils and use many colors!

Cheryl said...

I most like to color with markers.

Pam said...

I like to use nice sharp colored pencils.

Emillie Rose said...

I like using colored pencils

Kit-Kat said...

I've always used colored pencils when coloring. The tip was easier for me to stay in the lines.