The hot to trot trend of Adult Coloring books doesn’t seem to be going anywhere. If anything, the trend will take on themes. It started with the more patterny Mandalas and is now dispersing to flowers, holidays – DISNEY!
Today’s Disney Discovery is the Art of Coloring: Mickey & Minnie: 100 Images to Inspire Creativity coloring book.
This coloring book celebrates the near-ninety-year history of Disney’s beloved mice: Mickey and Minnie.
Adult coloring books are ideal for entrenching yourself in creativity, relaxation, and focus. Pages are filled with line art from Disney animation, comics, and more-featuring work from Ub Iwerks, Floyd Gottfredson, and more.
Some pages contain full size, typical coloring book, images to doodle in on, whereas other pages are amalgams of wallpaper-esque patterns, which are tiny and intricate.
Some reviewers stated they did not care for those wallpaper-esque pattern pages but the beauty in the book is that it allows for a change of pace. Not feeling up to intracies and details? Go for a larger print page.
Have a bunch of time to devote to coloring and relaxation, where you wouldn’t mind switching coloring pencil every other minute and don’t mind that it might take hours to a day to finish the page? Go for the wallpaper-esque pattern pages.
If you love the Art of Coloring: Mickey & Minnie: 100 Images to Inspire Creativity coloring book as much as we do, shop for it HERE for $11. Happy shopping, fashionistas!Disclaimer - As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases.
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