Modern Elegance Coloring Book Blog Hop and Giveaway!

I’ve been having so much fun! Felt like a kid again coloring on Amanda’s beautiful Modern Elegance Coloring Book!

The book is filled with over 45 beautiful and fun designs, printed on heavy paper suitable for coloring pencils, markers, and even watercolors.

I played with my coloring pencils and fine tip markers…


And colored these pages… it was so relaxing!

These are a few favorites I will be coloring next:


Did you enjoy coloring when you were a child? Would you like a copy of Modern Elegance? Leave me a comment and tell me what your favorite color was as a child. I will chose a winner this Sunday, 12/13/15 by midnight. Winners in the US will receive a hard copy of the book, if you reside outside the US, you’ll win an ebook.

And don’t forget to visit the other participant in the Modern Elegance Blog Hop:

Monday, November 30 – C&T Publishing
 Tuesday, December 1st – Benartex
Wednesday, December 2nd – The Little Red Hen
Thursday, December 3rd – American Patchwork & Quilting
Friday, December 4th – Sarah Vedeler Designs
Monday, December 7th – Brewer Sewing
Tuesday, December 8th – Generation Q Magazine
Wednesday, December 9th – Quiltmaker
Thursday, December 10th – Cherry Blossoms Quilting Studio you’re here
Friday, December 11th – Amanda Murphy Design

40 thoughts on “Modern Elegance Coloring Book Blog Hop and Giveaway!

  1. LeAnne L says:

    My sister had a coloring book at her house. It was a lot of fun to color for a while. I have no clue what my favorite color was when I was a kid. That was way too long ago.

  2. Vicki Seals says:

    My favorite color as a kid was green-the color of my eyes. Still is, along with purple and teal/aqua. I love to color! Thanks for such a relaxing giveaway! Lol vickise at gmail dot com

  3. Beth T. says:

    My favorite color changed sometimes when I was a child: pink, blue, lavender. My sister was an all-purple, all the time girl.

  4. Lisa Marie says:

    I loved coloring when I was a kid. My grandmother used to give me books called Altair Designs. When I think about it now, they were like quilt patterns on paper. My sisters and I colored them with markers.

  5. Mary says:

    I have always enjoyed coloring – especially with the little ones. My favorite color has always been green. As I child I told my grandmother that I wanted “a green dress and green shoes” when she asked me what I wanted for my birthday. 😉

  6. Carmen N says:

    As a child … as an adult. I’m so happy my daughter now loves coloring – we can spend hours in that pleasure together!

  7. Piroska says:

    I always loved colouring. In the 70s, I finished several poster-size Doodle Arts. Loved them! Took many, many hours, and were just gorgeous.

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