Review: Calm Colour Create

I have loved colouring in since I was a child and have been itching to try an adult colouring book since I heard about the latest craze a few months ago. Although you can now buy many adult colouring books, Redan Publishing has gone one better and created a colouring in magazine for adults – Calm Colour Create.

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The colouring magazine features many beautiful colouring in pages with intricate designs that let you while away the hours and completely relax, keeping your hands busy and letting you create beautiful pictures. The magazine comes complete with a set of pencils and has enough sheets to last you through the month until the next issue arrives!

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Since getting Calm Colour Create I have been colouring in at every opportunity – in the garden whilst the children play, in the evening whilst watching TV and on my lunch break at work. It’s a great way of not just passing time but relieving stress too and it lets me be creative in a way I haven’t done since leaving school over a decade ago.

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Calm Colour Create has a cover price of Β£4.99

Disclosure: We were sent the above product for the purpose of this review however all opinions are my own.

93 thoughts on “Review: Calm Colour Create

  1. Reading a book or cross stitching. I would love to start adult colouring, it looks very relaxing yet fun xxx

  2. I love to go out for a walk in the countryside, taking my camera with me. On days that are wet I like to sew.

  3. I love to colour too i can spend hours concentrating on a picture my poor house sometimes gets neglected it has gone so well the kids have even jumped on board so sometimes there can be 6 of us colouring all at the same time.

  4. I do jigsaws to relax or read but I have tried the colouring in with my grandaughters pencils and like it very much.

  5. Right now I tend to use meditation, but I’d like to try Tai Chi, Yoga and colouring! I do also sketch anyway, but I have never used colour in my drawings and I’d like to start bringing colour in; I think it may be better to get used to it via relaxing pre-drawn colouring in books.

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