Have you heard of adult colouring books? There’s this idea that adults shouldn’t shy away from those colouring activities we loved to do when we were young, as a great way to relieve stress from our daily lives. There are a boat-load of truly beautiful zen and anti-stress free adult colouring sheets available online, and I decided to add a few more to the list as my gift to you awesome readers for Valentine’s Day. I big heart you guys!
Adult colouring is something that has really caught my attention recently and am entirely looking forward to picking up a fresh box of pencil crayons and printer ink refills to try my hand at this activity out soon. I’ve always loved art, which is why I’m so fascinated with comics these days, and perhaps with a little practice I can be even half as good as my mother, uncle, grandmother and great-mother are at painting someday.
Free Valentine’s Day Adult Colouring Printables
Without further ado, here are some free valentine’s day printables, made by me, just for you! Just click on the image(s) you’d like colour with, and a letter-sized PDF file will download to your computer to print at your leisure.
What’s Valentine’s Day without some hearts? Part of me feels like I’ve gone all overboard with the heart theme, but isn’t that what the Red Day is all about??
Which one do you like the most? I would welcome any and all feedback on these printables, as I enjoyed making them and am thinking of creating more adult colouring sheets in the future.
While I was shopping online for adult colouring supplies….
Did you know that metallic pencil crayons are a thing??
I had no clue, but I’m looking at getting a nice set of crayons to help me get into that zen state that adult colouring sheets are promising. I’m also thinking about getting the Prismacolor Premier Soft Core Colored Pencil set as a bunch of Prismacolor sets seem to be on sale at Amazon right now!
*blinks* I shouldn’t be surprised to see pencil crayons originally going for $99, but I’m kinda am…
Have you picked up a pencil crayon lately? What’s do you think of “adult” colouring activities?