About a month ago I told you about the colouring books I bought from Leisure Arts (you can read more about that HERE). I loved them so much that I offered to review one of their new Color Art books. They kindly sent me a free copy of Kaleidoscope Wonders.
The book contains 24 beautiful designs. Each page is perforated so that you can easily tear them out (either to distribute in order to avoid fighting, or to make it easier to colour them in and display them). The thing I like most about this book is that the designs are only printed on one side of the page. The pages themselves are thick with a wonderful texture.
The flower design above is my favourite. It is floral, but not too floral. It has lots of little areas, but not too many. I also really liked the design below. The whole page is filled with hearts inside hearts.
There’s one more design that caught my eye. It looks almost like persian tiles.
Notice how the design above has really thick outlines? That’s another thing that appealed to me. I like it when the lines aren’t just there to ‘tell’ you where to colour, but actually make a statement.
I love Kaleidoscope Wonders and will definitely continue adding to my ‘grown up’ collection of colouring books. The next one on my list is Abstract and Geometric Designs. You will find the rest of the Leisure Arts colouring books HERE.
Colouring in is amazing for so many reasons! Do you indulge and why?
*Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book to review. I was not financially compensated and the opinions expressed are my own.