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De-Stress This Holiday Season with Adult Coloring Books — PLUS, Win Your Own Inkspirations!

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As inspiring and exciting as this time of year is, for most it is also draining and somewhat stressful. From the presents to the cooking and numerous family gatherings, it all takes a lot of time and coordination. Yes, this time of year is all about family and love and sharing in that together, but the reality is it’s overwhelming for many. So as you sip your eggnog and watch those Hallmark Original Christmas Movies on repeat (LOVING them by the way!), why not get a little creative while washing the stress away? Adult coloring books, people. It’s not a new concept and most of us have seen every type of coloring book there is, but it’s for a good…

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Unique Adult Coloring Books to Keep You Busy on #NationalColoringBookDay

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Adult coloring books are everywhere, it’s seriously the new craze and no longer just for kids! Whether you want to color in or out of the lines is now a decision that people of all ages are making. Let’s face it, life can be hectic for us adults and sometimes you just need some quiet time to settle down and relax. So grab a pencil sharpener, and hey, even a glass of wine, and get coloring because August 2 is National Coloring Book Day! We’ve even got four unique coloring books that you won’t have to share with your kids: Calm the F*ck Down: An Irreverent Adult Coloring Book, Sasha O’Hara (CreateSpace, January 2016) This title is pretty self explanatory. When you’re feeling…

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Adult coloring books are the new craze

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Remember that feeling you had as a kid during rainy days, when you would bust out your box of Crayolas and your favorite coloring book and create a dazzling work of art? Millions of people around the world are still enjoying that experience—and these days, many of them are adults. In fact, coloring books for grown-ups have become one of the hottest niches in publishing, and new titles featuring amazing and elaborate artwork are popping up everywhere. The trend started in 2013, with the release of Secret Garden: An Inky Treasure Hunt and Coloring Book (Laurence King Publishing) by Johanna Basford. The book, 96 pages of intricate black-and-white drawings of flowers, trees, birds, and other garden-related objects, became an instant…

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