Have you seen those coloring books on the shelves? At first glance, you think they’re for children, but the bright signs on top beckon adults to come and color. I must admit that I gave into this trend and bought a coloring book. I only bought one: if you take a look at the back of each of these thick, soft cover cooks, they’re about $15, $20…sometimes more! Really? For a coloring book?




I loved coloring as a child. I would take out my big box of crayons or colored pencils and let my imagination run wild on the pages. I would add stickers and glitter and even more doodles of my own. My parents were kind of enough to purchase these whimsical gifts, but as I got older, the more I understood how superfluous actually purchasing a coloring book could be. Sometimes you would keep them around the house, but when things got too cluttered, you just threw them our and moved on. A little tear rolls down a parents’ eye when they see them throw out something that they bought for them.




That being said: why spend so much money on these books when you can just print them out for free? Visit 123COLORINGPAGES where you can print out tons of different pages. In fact, you don’t even have to print them out. If you want to be more eco-friendly, you can simply save the photo and color the image from your computer. Super easy, modern, and no wasted paper! Whether they’re for your niece or yourself, you’ll love being able to color an array of beautiful pictures. My favorites are the flowers and the landscape pages–a relaxing way to unwind. For all the kids out there, grab a peanut butter and jelly sandwich and color your heart out. For all the adults out there who are young at heart, grab your wine and relive the magic.






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