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Colour Me Mindful: Underwater

Colour Me Mindful: Underwater

Not just for kids anymore, colouring delivers a deeply satisfying experience that is almost meditative and colouring books are growing in popularity as anti-stress aids for adults.

Complete with intricately detailed and beautiful line-art, this book will depict breathtaking scenes of underwater landscapes.

Your mind will focus as you fill the pages with colour, becoming calm and reducing stress. This is mindful, simple therapy for adults that can be carried out every day.

With stunning illustrations to colour in and admire, this book provides a creative outlet and a deeply soothing mindful experience for those in need of a little artistic stress-busting.
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Genre: The Arts / Art Forms / Drawing & Drawings

On Sale: 29th July 2015

Price: £5.99

ISBN-13: 9781409163060

Reviews

Filled with beautiful drawings, each designed with detailed patterns and lots of wonderful line art. The images are simple yet intricate at the same time. Every page has something new to discover...Simple yet enjoyable, colouring is the perfect hobby to put a little happiness into your life.
Chantelle, MamaMummyMum
Take a deep breath and plunge underwater with these dreamy designs. With bigger pieces like the above undersea scene, and smaller focused sketches (like a friendly starfish), this book will help you chill out big time.
Ailbhe Malone, BuzzFeed
To restore a little quietude and soothe the soul.
Eithne Farry, Sunday Express S Magazine
The pale pastel covers are soothing and so pretty, relaxing you before you even start! The designs within are simple yet charming, and are illustrated so beautifully that each one will look great no matter how you decide to colour it.
COLOUR WITH CLAIRE
These are a great size for packing in your handbag and suitcase for a weekend away.
Jenny Kearney, Treading On Lego
This book will certainly help to colour you mindful because the intricacy and detail of the drawings lend themselves perfectly to keeping you focused and occupied and grounded in the present moment...The images all feel very positive and natural which is inherently very calming.
Lucy, Colouring In The Midst of Madness