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Hip and Happenin’ Coloring Book for All Ages

Christmas is thisclose, y’all! So what are you supposed to do, you hunter of all gifts unique?  How about a cool coloring book for grown-ups?  HOW ABOUT THAT?!

~explosion of cool hipness~

One of the sweetest things about being diagnosed with breast cancer (you know I’m all about finding the good in every bad situation) was being on the receiving end of folk’s generosity.

Case in point: I got a package that included coloring books and colored pencils! When I saw what had been sent to me, and after I had colored and loved it, I immediately knew this would make a great Christmas gift.

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Dapper Animals!  Not just for the kiddies, so pass the markers!


(source: Amazon)

Let’s color!

From Back Cover:

Ready-to-Color Animals with Attitude! Inside this book you’ll find 30 fun and easy art activities featuring some decidedly quirky critters! These smart and stylish animals are dressed to the nines—decked out in suits, spectacles, bowties, scarves, necklaces, and hats of all sorts. Each ready-to-color line drawing has plenty of space for you to add your own doodles, designs, and patterns. From a rakish raccoon and a trendy tiger to a posh panda and a modish marmoset, Dapper Animals Coloring Book offers endless ways to exercise your creativity. Printed on high quality extra-thick paper, this inspiring coloring book for grownups is perfect for decorating with markers, colored pencils, gel pens, or watercolors. Designed to eliminate bleed-through, each page is pre-perforated for easy removal and display.

Adults coloring books are all the rage, doncha know. Join the hipsters and grab a couple of coloring books: some to give and some to keep.

Happy Shopping, Y’all!



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Friday 11th of December 2015

Hi Patti! Found you through The Handmade Hangout. I've seen a lot of coloring books (and I love them all) but I haven't seen this one yet, and it's adorable! Thanks for sharing!

Patti Tucker

Saturday 12th of December 2015

Glad you liked it, Kristie.

Kay Lynn

Tuesday 8th of December 2015

I just recently got a couple of coloring books and my pencils but haven't yet started. It seems like a relaxing activity.

P.S. Came over from the Grand Social. Love your blog!

Patti Tucker

Tuesday 8th of December 2015

Welcome, Kay! Now, go color!

Lisa @ Sweet Tea N' Salty Air

Saturday 5th of December 2015

What a brilliant gift this will be! thank you for sharing .I see you have some wonderful children's books that you recommend , I am the author/illustrator of the Thumby Blackstone Series. Stories that encourage family time and compromising in a way where the family has some fun times without spending money. They can be seen on all major book sites as well as Amazon. Have fun coloring looks like a great way to relax. Lisa @ Sweet Tea N' Salty Air


Friday 4th of December 2015

I love coloring it really is therapeutic. I dont know why it spent so many years labeled as a childrens passtime

Patti Tucker

Saturday 5th of December 2015

Now we can get away with coloring without a judgey side-eye!

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