BY: MELISSA BOODOO
As you grow older, the beloved childhood hobby of colouring in as many colouring books as your heart desires gets forgotten. Societal views associate colouring books with children, making the older generation turn away from them – and the benefits they provide. For many people, colouring is actually extremely therapeutic. Institutions around the globe use colouring as a form of therapy to help people express their feelings and emotions. Colouring can be a way to de-stress after a busy day at school or at work.
ColouringNoteBook lets adults rekindle their childhood creativity with a sophisticated looking, hardcover notebook, – similar to Moleskin – lined with colorable drawings. The drawings are printed on easy-to-colour Japanese acid-free paper and are hand-sewn into a cruelty-free synthetic leather bound cover.
With countless black and white illustrations of nature, everyday items and abstract designs, it appeals to all age groups and keeps your creativity flowing. Users have the freedom to use whatever media they desire, whether it’s pencil crayons, markers or good ol’ fashioned crayons. The small size of the book allows it to fit in any purse and bag, making it easy to carry around with you.
With its refined look, the book also provides regular pages of graph or dotted paper to write down any notes or ideas, as well as 50 original colouring pages created by artists and graphic designers.
Colouring books gave us hours of escape from the real world when we were younger. This book is designed to give adults that same escape by providing them with little breaks through easy colouring pages that are fun, creative and relaxing.
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