Colour Me Mindful: Birds – A Review

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Colour Me Mindful: Birds (Colour Me Mindful Colouring Bk) contains 50 images of all things bird-related. From birds that are native to the British Isles like pheasants, woodpeckers, owls and swans, to the much more exotic species of parrots, penguins, flamingos and birds of paradise and so many more in between including various types of poultry, puffins, peacocks and even an ostrich. All of you ornithologists are in for a real treat because birds are well and truly covered in this beautiful book. The images are all drawn in a very thin line which means very sharp pencils or fineliners are essential to enjoy this book. 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. Despite being small, the images take plenty of time to complete and really do keep you busy for hours. The images all feel very positive and natural which is inherently very calming. Many of the birds are covered in detailed patterns which create small spaces to colour within or to colour over if that’s too much detail for your liking. The pictures are fairly realistic in their outlines but then a little less so with the patterns within so you are free to colour using realistic or outlandish colour schemes and either would work equally well on these beautiful drawings. There is no writing on the pages but some have spaces where you could easily add your own patterns or animals to truly make this book your own.

For more information about the book itself including size, paper quality etc and about the other titles in the series click here.

If you’d like to purchase a copy of this book, it’s available on Amazon via the following link. Colour Me Mindful: Birds (Colour Me Mindful Colouring Bk)

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