For those who like to doodle and/or colour (like I do!), here is a link to the colouring pages available here on my website where you can print off designs to help scratch your creative itch. Maybe now is a good time to dust off my pens and design some new ones!
Here are just a few of the designs I’ve drawn that can be printed and coloured:
For me, chilly October days in the Pacific Northwest means pumpkin time is here! Bring out the pumpkin pie, pumpkin drinks and pumpkin carving. I love Jack-O-Lantern season, marking the last vestiges of autumn and a time of eerie transformation as the landscape sheds it’s former glory and prepares for a well deserved winter rest.
I hope you will add your own artistic flair to this mischievous duo, happy colouring!
With high hopes and green thumbs twitching, we tried to grow a lovely big pumpkin patch in our garden this year. But sadly, our valiant efforts yielded only one, rather small, rather speckled, greenish pumpkin. We named him Pickle. So…I have resorted to drawing my beloved pumpkins instead, complete with grinning faces and patterned skins. I hope you will add your own artistic flair to this mischievous duo! Happy colouring. 🙂
Welcome Autumn! This new drawing features some of my favourite things about fall, and September in particular, with a new palette of fruit, flowers and leaves bursting with inspiration. And many wonderful books to add to my fall reading list, as the cool weather brings longer evenings for cozy reading, and of course, colouring!
Half the fun of colouring is discovering endless creative possibilities! This doodle drawing is ready for any number of colour combinations, or inked in black and white, or add even more doodles to it. How will you colour this patchwork of possibilities?
For me, summer time is a beautiful kaleidoscope of energy, warmth, colour and spirit. Infuse that with a smattering of Moroccan inspiration and this tile shaped mandala is the result! That said, a completely different colour scheme could change the feeling of this drawing altogether in many wonderful ways. How would you colour this tile?
Dragons and shields and gems, oh my! As a kid, I loved all things fantastic and heroic, savouring mythologies from around the world and the exquisite art of storytelling. And since then, very little has changed, I still love them. Even more so when I get to flesh them out with pattern and design! So I’ve mixed up a few of my favourite ingredients for this image, using a handful of dragon scales, a hero’s shield, a few scattered gems and a little dash of Norse inspiration.
Then, I pulled out the black pen and got creative…
How will you colour this drawing? Print this colouring page: shield mandala