I’ve always loved to color. When we go to a restaurant and our children are given coloring sheets, I am usually the one to fill them in. I’m not sure who started the trend for coloring books for adults, but I am all on board. If you are also a coloring lover, check out my picks for some of the best adult coloring books out there today.
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13 Amazing Coloring Books for Adults
These coloring books are for grown ups, so keep those kids away! I imagine with such tiny patterns, colored pencils would be best. According to their packaging, they are supposed to be great stress relievers, so let me know if your stress levels change after using any adult coloring books. Click the title of each book to purchase from Amazon.
Up first are patterns that are supposedly stress-relieving. The pictures look like they would be a lot of fun to fill in.
Animal lovers will enjoy this coloring book featuring animal designs.
This combines coloring with one of my other favorite pastimes, seek and find books!
These designs are breathtaking and probably take hours to color. Definitely fridge-worthy!
These pretty designs offer a different setting for finding hidden objects.
Color Me Calm: 100 Coloring Templates for Meditation and Relaxation
I’m not sure how coloring leads to meditation, but the designs are pretty, so I’ll take it!
More designs for animal lovers.
These designs look like something you could frame and hang on your wall when finished. They remind me of Game of Thrones, for some reason.
All you cat-lovers can enjoy coloring your favorite feline friends!
These faces would come to life after coloring.
More relaxation to love.
If pretty designs aren’t your thing, how about skulls?
The bird on the cover is beautiful. I think I might enjoy this book best of all.
Have you ever colored in any coloring books for adults? Share your favorites with me!
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