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Sunday
May032015

Coloring Book

Several months I got the idea to create a coloring book of some of my best selling  Women I Might Have Known greeting cards. I thought it would be fun to see how someone else interpeted my colorful paintings. Shortly after I began to post some of the drawings, an activity director at a retirement facility told me it would be so wonderful for her ladies to be able to color a woman their own age instead of fairytale princesses. I think that's a great idea. Of course my ladies are all their own version of both fairy and princess!

This is the cover of my book. It is 8.5 x 11, spiral bound and filled with images of my ladies. Pages are printed on one side and on heavy card stock that will hold up to markers and all the other mediums coloring book enthusiasts enjoy! Below are a few pictures of the new coloring book!

I've left lots of room on some of the pages for you to try your hand at lettering
to add your own favorite quote.

If you would like to see original paintings and read stories featuring these images  my blog 

You can find most of the greeting cards in my shop

I hope you enjoy my coloring book. You can order it right here  , or ask for it at a retailer who carries my greeting cards!

Be sure to scan and send me your favorite page to share on my website!

    Cheers  

Reader Comments (1)

Thank you for beautiful coloring book. It has my all time favorite artwork on the front. Everyone should get one of these fun books to create and color in any medium or color you want. Get your creative on. I have. Thanks Susan

May 18, 2015 | Unregistered Commentermegan

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