Day U! For as long as I can remember I have loved to color. Unless you’ve been living in a cave you probably know that coloring is no longer just for children. Many adults are finding that coloring can help reduce stress and anxiety, improve focus and concentration, and promote a sense of relaxation and mindfulness. For me it’s a wonderful creative outlet and a way to express myself through color choices and the design I choose. Since, once again, the weatherman is predicting a wet weekend this umbrella girl coloring page just feels right. I found it and many other free coloring pages here: Favecrafts.com.
Coloring is a low-cost and easily accessible way to engage in self-care, and can be done alone or with friends. So why don’t you add coloring to your routine and take advantage of some of the numerous benefits for adults?
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Very well done. 👍🏼👌🏼
One of the offices I worked in coloring was a big thing. People would buy really expensive colored pencils.
This looks great. I can color with a lot of difficulty holding the pencils and a lot of pain, but the satisfaction after a finished picture is great. It is excellent self care. I have an adult coloring book.
I have two different coloring apps on my I pad and do a couple a day.
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