Zendoodle Coloring: Inspiring Zendalas & Enchanting Gardens – Book Review

In order to complete this book review, I received a complimentary sample copy from the publisher. However, all opinions expressed here are my own.

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Zendoodle Coloring: Inspiring Zendalas © 2015 Illustrations by Julia Snegireva Reprinted with permission of St. Martin’s Griffin.

 

Title: Zendoodle Coloring: Inspiring Zendalas
Published by: St. Martin’s Griffin
Illustrator: Julia Snegireva
ISBN: 978-1-250-08647-1

 

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Zendoodle Coloring: Enchanting Gardens © 2015 Illustrations by Nikolett Corley Reprinted with permission of St. Martin’s Griffin.

 

Title: Zendoodle Coloring: Enchanting Gardens
Published by: St. Martin’s Griffin
Illustrator: Nikolett Corley
ISBN: 978-1-250-08646-4

 

Zendoodle Coloring: Inspiring Zendalas and Zendoodle Coloring: Enchanting Gardens, published by St. Martin’s Griffin, are two wonderful books for those that love to color! Adult coloring books are very popular right now because they are great for de-stressing and clearing your head. 

Inspiring Zendalas contains gorgeous and unique designs that are not just a series of doodles and squiggles. They are designed to help you relax and express your artistic style. There are 60 mystical circle designs, ready for you to add your personal touch.

Enchanting Gardens is filled with 60 pages of intricate floral designs, created to help you reach a serene, relaxed state. The designs are all mesmerizing and allow your stress to melt away with each portion that you color in.

The designs in both books are printed on a single side of an 8.5 x 10″ page. The pages are perforated which makes it easy to remove your artwork and display it! The books lend themselves to different mediums including colored pencils, crayons, and markers. There is no right or wrong way to color!

There are so many beautiful designs in Inspiring Zendalas and Enchanting Gardens. If you love to color and want to de-stress and find some relaxation time while getting lost in the beauty and simplicity of coloring, you have to try these wonderful books! If you already own them, let me know what you think!

Thank you to St. Martin’s Griffin for providing me with a copy of this book for my review! You can see more about Inspiring Zendalas and Enchanting Gardens from Macmillan Publishers. For more information about St. Martin’s Griffin, visit their Website, Facebook, and Twitter.

 

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24 Comments

  1. I have a couple different coloring books already but I like the look of the mandalas and may hey one of those next.

  2. I have just tried my first adult coloring book, a meditative one, and love it! This looks like a good next purchase.

  3. Love the mandala inspiration in this colouring book! Translates nicely into crochet mandalas as well 🙂 There is something so soothing about the circular motif.

  4. Thanks fo sharing your opinion on this book! I am the Adult & Teen Programmer at our local library & my teens love coloring the adult coloring pages. I’m also about to start up a coloring group for adults to come & unwind by coloring. The best part is that our library offers these programs for free! Been thinking about purchasing one of these books, so this helps out 🙂

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