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Take Time For Yourself: Mindful Colouring For a Relaxing Winter

In amongst the excitement of Christmas and the new year, wintertime can sometimes be stressful. As well as just being a fun pastime, a spot of mindful colouring is perfect for battling any winter blues, so make sure to take some time for yourself to enjoy this relaxing hobby. We’ve collected some of the most mindful designs that you can colour, so have a look and see what appeals to you

Take Time For Yourself

1. Whimsical Birds and Designs

On those days when you don’t want too many set rules on colours, whimsical designs of birds, clouds and simple patterns are perfect. The Flights Of Fancy Colouring Book is filled with numerous light-hearted, fantastical motifs, such as meandering balloons, floating paisleys and mythical creatures.

2. Simple Florals and Cartoon Princesses

Sometimes, you need a touch of softness, such as princesses, flowers and friendly wildlife – there’s a reason the classic Disney movies were so popular. Lori's Art Garden features 20 lovely feminine designs, and the perforated pages are designed for easy removal – you could use them as card toppers or framed art when they’re finished.

3. Exotic Animals and Plants

Reminding us all of holidays spent abroad, colouring pages of animals, plants and scenery from the tropics are great for bringing out a spell of sunlight during dark times. Get creative with your colour combinations and try the Natura Colouring Book for sweet images of parrots, elephants and more.

4. Letters and Numbers

If you prefer something that you can use in future crafts, why not opt for stylised letters and numbers, to be used as birthday card toppers or mixed media name plaques? Kelly O'Gorman's The A-Z of Creative Colouring and The 0-10 of Creative Colouring feature fun cartoony characters and shapes making up the letters and numbers.

5. Geometrics and Mandalas

Mandalas and geometric designs are the perfect solutions to a busy mind – the repetitive and continual nature of the patterns can bring a sense of peace. The 64 pages of spiralling patterns in Geometric Meditations are guaranteed to help you while away a few hours and soothe the tensions of day-to-day life.

6. Mystical Designs

For those times when you fancy something magical, zodiac-style drawings, astronomical imagery and celestial designs are your go-to pages. My-Thyme’s Mini Celestial Adult Colouring Book contains 24 pages of quirky mystical designs, and even includes a sturdy backboard so that you can colour on the go.

7. Festive Scenes

With the big day slowly approaching, Christmas colouring pages are great for getting into the festivities, as well as for making toppers or motifs for craft projects. The Christmas Colouring Book provides fantastically festive designs, with small motifs that are perfect for when you only have just a few minutes to spare, as well as more absorbing projects for when you have the time.