I've never been good at crafts. Drawing, coloring, glueing stuff. Na-ah, wasn't my cup of tea, still isn't. So I let the new trend of coloring books for adults pass me by… until my friends Katie and Geoff published one.
“Travel Between the Lines” is a collection of travel scenes taken straight out of the couple's travels. After having been on the road for over two years, they wanted to share some of their favorite destinations in a creative and engaging way. This coloring book for adults is the result.
It has a content table so you can skip to your favorite place, as well as an index with a bit of information about when Katie and Geoff visited each of these places that you can now color in.
I think it's such a cool idea and, in fact, it was the first time I really felt like giving this whole coloring thing a go. And so I did. I discovered that I still find it hard to color between the lines – literally – but to my surprise it was also kind of addictive. As I saw how the illustrations kept looking better as I was coloring them (yes, honestly), I just wanted to keep on coloring. On top of that, the coloring forced me to slow down for a while. No ten tabs open. Just one page and a box of crayons.
I guess sometimes, that's all you need.
Want to try it out for yourself? You can get “Travel Between the Lines” on Amazon. The link here is an affiliate link, so I'll earn a tiny commission (honestly, tiny) if you purchase the book through here, at no extra cost to you.
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