Whether you’re a colouring addict that simply can’t stop buying new books, or someone that prefers to pick and choose images depending on your mood, you and I know that colouring is an addiction that can’t and won’t be tamed.
It’s a world where ‘just 5 more minutes’ can whirlwind into 3hrs that have passed effortlessly, a wonderland where the only limit is your imagination, and the perfect excuse to pour a cuppa and get your fave biccies out of the cupboard.
Can’t go a day without getting your colouring fix?
I thought so! Let me reassure you that you’ve definitely landed in the right place, and I’m here to help you feed the colouring beast*
*If you were hoping to reign in your addiction, I’m afraid I can’t help #sorrynotsorry
Inside the Den, you’ll get to see behind-the-scenes of my little doodle land and witness what it takes to create colouring pages, as well as where I draw my inspiration from.
I’ll be writing useful blogs on the tools I use, the latest colouring products, and sharing tips. Hopefully you’ll share your top tips with me too, as this girl definitely needs to finesse her colouring style.
Of course, it’s also a place for me to show off all the beautiful coloured pages that you’ve completed. Nothing pleases me more than seeing one of my blank colouring pages brought to life!
I don’t wanna sound like the Phone Police here, but I’m going to guess you’re a bit like myself and spend a fair chunk of the day with your smartphone glued to your hand? And if not, maybe you’re at a desk all day staring at a screen (double guilty over here) with your eyes slowly turning rectangular? Or have an endless to-do list (triple guilty) that consumes your headspace?
Y’know what I think?
Your busy brain deserves a break. Give yourself a chance to step away from the confines of your mobile phone or computer, and reap the rewards.
If you’re already in the habit of colouring, you’ve probably realised that it is one of the best ways to express your innermost feelings or mood at that particular time. Colouring also encourages you to be wholly present and focus on the task at hand, which is something that seems almost impossible in the fast paced, full-of-distractions world we live in.
In essence, colouring brings on a state of mindfulness and relaxation, and is the perfect tool to help even the busiest of brains find some Zen.