Take a Break from Mandalas and Try Coloring Your Favorite Animals

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Animals aren’t normally my first choice of things to color. For me, trying to make a picture look realistic is rather stressful. When I’m coloring to relax, I like to stick to pretty patterns and simpler designs. That being said, sometimes you need to step outside your comfort zone and try new things.

animalsIf you’re looking for a budget-friendly collection of animal pictures, Stress Less Coloring: Animals offers over 100 different animal designs for you to color. This book of single sided coloring pages features everything from birds and butterflies to exotic zoo animals like pandas, giraffes, lizards, elephants, and panda bears. Some are very realistic in nature, but others are more open ended — like the picture of the blue bird at the bottom of this post.

Although this isn’t my favorite book in the Stress Less Coloring series, it’s one I turn to when I want to experiment with new techniques or take a break after coloring 20 mandalas in a row.

You can purchase Stress Less Coloring: Animal Designs on Amazon for $13.35.

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Disclaimer: A review copy was provided by the publisher.