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Garden Tea Party – A Calming Coloring Book

Garden Tea Party - A Calming Coloring Book
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Garden Tea Party: A Calming Coloring Book by Stephanie D Fizer Coleman
Published by Tea Time Press on August 17th 2015
Style: single page illustrations
Pages: 64
Format: Soft cover
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Garden Tea Party is a coloring book for grown ups featuring teacups, birds, cupcakes, butterflies, and flowers. Illustrated by Stephanie Fizer Coleman, this coloring book includes 30 original designs of varying degrees of difficulty. You'll find simple designs with plenty of room for embellishment, as well as more complicated designs that help you focus and relax as you work on them. Images are printed on the front side of pages only, so you can feel free to color with markers and fine tipped pens. Provides hours of calming, meditative, stress- relieving entertainment.

Garden Tea Party – A Calming Coloring Book – Adult Coloring Book Review

Garden Tea Party is a cute coloring book.   It has a soft cover and measures approximately 28 cm x 22 cm (approximately 11 inches x 8.5 inches).   This is a good size for a coloring book as it generally is the standard size for copy paper, cardstock and home printers.

On the title page of the book you will find the cute cup that features on the cover of the book.     This is a good spot to practice how your mediums react with the paper.

The illustrations in this book are cute and whimsical, a teacup with steam of flowers, images of flowers, cupcakes, birds, butterflies, teapots and so on.    The illustrations have been well centred on the page away from the spine for ease of coloring.   Many of the full page images have a black, border framing it.   There is a variety of images ranging from those with a lot of detail and those with less detail.  Many of these images would be suitable for coloring for those that are visually impaired or prefer larger spaces.

The paper is white and thin.   The illustrator advises to place a piece of paper between pages to avoid any bleed through from your mediums.      I am not sure if it is a printing error, but my book has a faint black line running horizontally across the images.   The line is more pronounced on the back of the image.     There are 30 illustrations to color in (excluding the title page) and some spare pieces of paper at the back of the book you could use to test your mediums on.

Garden Tea Party Coloring Book Review

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Happy coloring x

Lea

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About the author

coloringqueen

I’m Lea and I love everything to do with coloring! If it is a coloring book, a poster or even a bookmark that you can color in, I’m all over it. Of course, a girl has to have some pencils, markers, gelly rolls, pastels and what not to make those pictures pretty and I love those as well.

Whilst my coloring style lacks skill, I am enthusiastic and focused on enjoying the moment and having fun.

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