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Adult coloring books are all the rage. I jumped on that bandwagon last year and love it. I find coloring to be therapeutic and relaxing.
Now you can find an assortment of merchandise for adult coloring. There's canvases, wallpaper, notebooks and more.ColoringNotebook for review, and love how it incorporates my hobby of coloring in a unique way. ColoringNotebook is a compact paper notebook filled with more than fifty original coloring pages. It is put together real well and isn't some run-of-the mill notebook.
The ColoringNotebook is a thread-bound, 176-page notebook, featuring a back cover pocket.
You can order the ColoringNotebook in one of three types of paper - ruled, dot grid, or blank. I received the one with ruled pages. The coloring designs are very detailed and pretty. There's an assorted selection of scenes to color. For instance, there's a page of buttons, one of fruit in jars, and another of cats in a library. There's even a few where the scenes span two pages. A lot of detail and creativity have went in to the pages to be colored. All of the pages I've started on are "Works in Progress" and I haven't actually completed a whole picture yet but it's been fun taking some downtime to color in the pages.
The Japanese paper is acid-free and thicker than regular notebook paper. The pages are not perforated. Colored pencils have worked best for me when coloring in the notebook. Markers tend to bleed through.
The ColoringNotebook is well-made and finely developed. I hope the company comes out with more of them, expanding upon an already great idea.