When I was a little kid, one thing I always had a lot of were Crayola crayons and coloring books.
I loved my colors...
Have you ever felt like the above?
I did... and I got my crayons back. Not just crayons either. I have colored pencils, markers, ink pens, and watercolor pencils.
I'm not the only one who has felt this way. Adult coloring books are everywhere now. You can find free pages on the Internet and I've even been sent little ones from organizations soliciting for donations.
I've found coloring pages in newspaper pull-outs.
The Dollar Tree has some fairly nice ones too.
One of my favorite artists (Alisa Burke) has a line of coloring books she sells.
There are artist who do very elaborate coloring books with great detail like this Johanna Basford page.
It is so relaxing to just sit and lose yourself in the coloring.
Yes, it is!
By the way... today is Crayola Crayon Day. And they have 'retired' one of the old faithful colors from the 24 count box. I wonder which one it is?
My bet... white.