Get Free Coloring Pages From Libraries, Archives, and Museums
I love antique and ancient paper memorabilia. And the thought that I could color copies of old, antique and ancient prints thrills me.
And once again this year you and I can do just that, thanks to an international group of art museums, public libraries, botanical gardens, and universities participating in an initiative called #ColorOurCollections.
Who doesn’t love free stuff? My last coloring book giveaway post was so well-received I decided it is time for another one. So, without further ado, here are 15 great giveaways to test your luck! If you cannot wait to win, simply click on each coloring book image to buy it for yourself.
#1 – Giveaway Link: Austin Slave to Fashion
Who doesn’t love Wendy Piersall’s coloring books? Here is your chance to win your choice of two of these four of her mandala coloring books:
It is only “Hump Day” and you’re already itching to pull out the markers and color the stress away. And to satisfy your yearning, IKEA, the home of “fiscally responsible furnishings for all,” has come to the rescue.
Normally I think of stress when I think of IKEA – building a PAX wardrobe with it’s 150+ pieces of hardware can’t be called a calming experience. However, now you can color one! IKEA has released five free adult coloring pages covered with lamps, couches, chairs, even their FORNUFT tableware and fanciful plants.