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Have you tried adult coloring books as a way to destress? I am a big fan of them. Here are a few to catch the eye of cat lovers.
Cats In Paris
This book has some great cat pictures to color. Although there are a few pictures of cats with familiar Paris scenery, be aware most of the book is cats in a variety of poses.
This book contains 70 cat-themed designs to color. are front and back, with detachable pages. The book is smaller in size so it’s easier to pop in your bag for those times you have a few minutes for coloring time.
A Million Cats: Fabulous Felines To Color
This adult coloring book is filled with fun cat-themed pictures. The pages are not detachable, but the book is smaller so it’s easy to carry in your bag.
Day of the Cat; A Coloring Book With Hidden Pictures
What makes this coloring book fun are the hidden pictures within the coloring design. The pictures highlight the playful nature of cats, and each picture has a caption with it. The book does not have detachable pages and is the larger size.
Pet Gallery Fur Babies
Although there are pictures of cats in this coloring book, what sets this one apart is there are pictures of other pets such as rabbits, gerbils and guinea pigs. The designs are all fun and easy to color. The pages are large and detachable. This book was drawn by Patrick Sullivan, a local Kansas City artist.
The Perfect Cat
Smaller Size, with beautiful pictures and quotes about cats from a variety of famous including Mark Twain and Albert Schweitzer.
ASPCA Adult Coloring for Pet Lover: For the Love of Animals!
This coloring book has pictures of a variety of animals: cats (of course!), dogs, birds and fish to name a few. What I really like about this one is that a portion of the proceeds with be donated to the ASPCA through the end of 2017.
Coloring Pencils To Make Your Work Pop
I’ve tried a LOT of coloring tools, pencils, markers, pens. My favorites: Prismacolor Premier colored pencils.
Yes, they are a little pricier than the average coloring pencil, but the vibrant colors of Prismacolor make images look so much nicer, I highly recommend them.
All of these coloring books are available from Amazon (prices range from $8.59-14.10 each), along with coloring tools like the Prismacolor pencils discussed above.
If you’re a cat lover, you can’t go wrong with any of these adult coloring books. Coloring is a great way to ease stress, and at the end you have you own work of art to share.
Are you an adult coloring fan? What is your favorite adult coloring book? Please leave a comment and let us know, we’d love to hear from you!
Another fun cat coloring project: take a photo of your cat and remove the color in a photo edit program. Then use alcohol inks to hand-tint them, either in natural colors, or as weird as you want to be. The effect is completely different from a color photo. Protect the finished project with a matte, satin, or gloss spray varnish.
I like it! Never would’ve thought of that, thanks for sharing!