|We colored the owl page by artist Crystal Brashear found on page 65 in the Summer Edition of The Coloring Studio published by Somerset Studio|
There were 25 people here and I just set up card tables since my dining tables can't handle that many. I set out crayons, colored pencils, watercolor pencils, chalks, Distress Markers, Memento Markers, cotton balls, Q-tips and desserts. I made an easy, simplified version of a Strawberry Trifle (my thanks to Pinterest for the recipe) and other light goodies, along with coffee, soft drinks and of course, ice tea, this is the South after all.
The majority of the ladies had never done any type of art like this before, a few already love coloring books and were happy to see new techniques that they can easily use. The youngest girls present were about 13 and the oldest ones were in their 80's, with quite a few ages in between. We colored for about 3 hours and just enjoyed getting to know one another. It was so fun! I'd love to share some of their delightful art with you. So many were talking about framing their pages, that makes my heart glad.
|I'd love to see this one completed. Isn't it AMAZING?!|
Obviously not her first rodeo.
Sorry for such a long post. Thanks so much for stopping by and I hope you are coloring too.
Hugs ~ Renee