Wander along a winding path with intricate, gorgeous illustrations of natural settings, lovingly represented in this delicately rendered coloring book. From landscapes of weeping willows in the breeze to patterns of bees and blossoms, all are waiting for your creative touch. Words to color—including quotes, like Emily Dickinson’s “Bring me a sunset in a cup”—are set into beautiful, delicate designs that will inspire you as you create!
Fowler’s line drawings are really beautiful and just call out to be filled in with bright and effervescent colors — be it pencils, markers, crayons, or whatever coloring tool you most prefer. The pages will make you itch to splash them with pinks and reds and greens and blues and every other hue under the rainbow.
Living in Oregon, where our springs are generally very cloudy and rainy, Joyous Blooms to Color seems like the perfect antidote to my craving for sunshine and warm weather (which we do see here and there during the springtime). Even if it’s pouring outside, I can live vicariously through the images in this book and the act of coloring them at my own whim.
Luckily, you don’t have to wait to color your own springtime flowers. Joyous Blooms to Color is available now!