This cute book is a labor of love, filled with cheery and heart warming illustrations. Perfect for children as well for adults young at heart.
It is my wish that this book brings you joy, a sense of peace and a little sunshine to your day.
This book is printed by a wonderful professional local press. I selected quality, acid free paper stocks as well as wonderful book binding that you will love.
The cover and back cover of the book are printed on heavy-premium gloss card stock. The inside pages are printed on smooth, sturdy vellum bristol card stock, perfect for both dry mediums (like crayons, coloring pencils) to wet media (like markers, watercolors and inks.)
The book has spiral binding which is perfect for flipping your pages with ease and laying your book perfectly flat. Perfect for coloring on-the-go between your daily errands and activities.
Book size: 8.5" x 11"
19 single one-sided pages filled with cute illustrations
Each page is printed on one side only (there is nothing on the back of each page) Books are shipped directly from my art studio.
Lovingly packaged on sturdy, rigid cardboard mailers for extra protection.
Stay tuned, early next week I will posting information on how to PRE-ORDER your copy of my NEW Coloring Book! This cute book is produced and printed here in my hometown by a wonderful printer. Plus I have been able to select great paper stocks and book binding that I know you will love. The inside pages will be printed in a great sturdy and smooth paper stock, perfect for both dry mediums like crayons, coloring pencils to wet media like markers, watercolors and inks. More information coming in few days...
Thank you so much for all of your wonderful feedback and votes!! I received over 500 votes/comments from Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and my blogs! WOW! What a warm welcome to my upcoming coloring book.
Also, a special thank you to the creative "Coloring Book for Adults" Facebook group which posted over 391+ comments and over 161+ likes!
My NEW Coloring Book is coming soon in a few weeks. Could you help me select which one of these two illustrations should be included in the book? One or Two...or maybe both? Please leave your comment below with your choice. Thank you so much!
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I'm so excited to share with you what I have been working all Summer long... Yes!! It's a super cute Coloring Book with lots of adorable illustrations for any age. This coloring book will feature all of my favorite subjects to illustrate. From cute little kids, flowers, nature, holiday themes plus some cutie surprises. I hope you love it as much I love work on it.
I'm still working on the book, adding more art. I'm expecting to have it ready by the end of September.
I will be taking pre-orders next month. Make sure to stop by often to include your name in our first pre-order list.
Thank you for all your wonderful emails and messages during this Summer, I have been so excited to share this anticipated news!
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Today I would l love to share with you which artists have inspired me throughout my career and development as an artist.
Early on as a little girl, art was an integral and innate part of my life. I remember how much I loved having paper, pencils and crayons with me at all times. Used to draw tiny doodles on my notebook margins and little scraps of papers. Always loved drawing little children, nature (especially flowers) and cute critters.
These illustrators were of great influence and inspiration in my childhood. I discovered their art while visiting my local stationery store when I was in elementary school and I remember saving some of my allowance money to buy some greeting cards. I used to tape the greeting cards on my bedroom wall next to my desk and spend countless hours looking at the beautiful artwork.
Joan Walsh Anglund
After college, I moved to United States and began my career as a designer. As I continued developing my career as a graphic designer and illustrator, I discover two amazingly talented illustrators.
These two artists became great trendsetters and mentors for many artists like me. I loved their use of color, intricate design and patterns in their works. Not only you found their work in stationery products but also collectable items, home decor and textiles. They have welcomed thousands of fans around the world and continue to create more art for all of us love! Still today, I LOVE their work!
Here at Whimsy and Stars Studio things have been quiet as we enjoy our Summer break. Time to work on new art and spend time with my family. Thank you for all of your emails and notes during this Summer, I love hearing from you. I really appreciate it. I'm touched by all of your love and for embracing my art. I hope that my art brings you joy in the midst of your busy day.
Stay tuned for the re-opening of my Etsy store this Fall!
I'm working on new Fall & Christmas holiday designs to share with you.
I'm so excited with Springtime around the corner. I'm already looking for ideas for all those cute Easter & Spring projects. Today I would like to share with you a project from our archives featuring my printable Easter digital stamps. I love this Easter project! It was created by our past DT designer, Kathy Curry.
If you are looking for more ideas for your Easter cards and paper craft projects, I invite you to visit my little Etsy store and see all of the Spring & Easter digital stamps collection.
Day Four in the Facebook 3/5 Art Challenge. These are some of the illustrations that I released in the past couple of years as rubber stamps or printable digital stamps. They are some of my very favorite designs. I colored them using Copics Markers. ~ Have a great Thursday!
Day Three. Today for my Facebook 3/5 Art Challenge i'm thinking about Springtime. The bunny and kitty illustrations are designs that I previously released as rubber stamps. For coloring I used Copics markers and for the top of the cupcake I used Liquid Applique medium. The flower sketch was created using watercolors (Sakura Koi Watercolor).
Hello friends! Here is my second posting for the Facebook 3/5 Art Challenge. Today I'm featuring my other style of illustration, using Copics markers and Prismacolor markers and softer outlines I'm really enjoying been part of this art challenge.
My artsy friend and illustrator Phyllis Harris Designs tagged me to participate in the Facebook 3/5 Art Challenge. Posting 3 art pieces for 5 days. Thanks Phyllis! Here is my first posting for the art challenge!