Can you believe that the first three months of the year are just about over? It seems all just a bit unreal but then I probably say this every month, quarter, and at the end of the year. I suppose time does fly when you are having fun with all that you love doing. And as excited I am about spring and warmer weather we all know it's also rainy stormy weather season and what better way to spend it than coloring while watching your favorite movie or tv show.
We have new coloring pages for April with a little bit of spring and a few easter pages but also some cute pandas and outer space. Print them on copy paper or thicker cardstock so you can use different mediums like markers or even acrylic - now that sounds like a great exploration to me.
For $5 a month (or $50 a year) you will get access to the coloring page library.
Every month you will get coloring pages you can print at home! Your coloring pages will be themed based on holiday or season, have mandalas, patterns coloring pages, calendar pages, quote pates, puzzles such as crossword, sudoku, or word search! Connect with other people in our community for fun and for support – and yes we can talk about more than just coloring!
I was born in Bad Homburg, Germany. Growing up in foster care I spend a lot of time alone creating art or writing stories. In 1992, when I became pregnant, I discovered crochet and emersed myself in the craft. I also immigrated to the US and throughout the years, I explored various mediums of art – such as macrame, cross-stitch, and painting - while raising my kids. In 2005, I wanted to create my own wood beads and discovered the wood-burner and fell in love with it. It’s at the same time I had the nudge to start my handmade business part-time with the intention to be full-time someday.
But life derailed for a little while, as I became a special needs parent, enrolled in online college twice, and am the proud owner of a B.S. in Accounting and an M.S. in Mental Health Counseling – which eventually led me to start my coaching + consulting business.
Throughout the years I kept coming back to three mediums: coloring, crochet, and wood-burning, and am now balancing two businesses! With most of the kids creating their own lives and only the youngest left, I get to create art and teach people how to make art, while also helping people with their goals. It’s having the cake and eating it too!
I live in Central Virginia with tons of inspiration out of my backyard, the blue ridge mountains, and the events I attend!