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Color Me Relaxed in the World of Grown-Up Coloring Books

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Looking for material to color?

Dorothy A. Riddle, a native Texan living in Georgetown, has created illustrations of Hill Country plants and flowers that anyone can download for free and then color. She even includes a color code for those who want to make their finished page botanically accurate. Download her drawings here:

Hill Country Plant Coloring Pages

Download freebie sheets from this website:

thecountrychiccottage

or try website where you can download items for free or pick price to pay:

easypeasyandfun

Buy a coloring book at your local hobby shop or order one of these on Amazon:

Enchanted-Forest-Inky-Quest-Coloring

Creative Haven Owls

Mind Canvis Publishing in Austin publishes a Spirit Animals coloring book featuring the art of Carlos Gonzales.

Spirit Animals

Go ahead. Try it. Let your inner artist go wild. We could all use a little more relaxation in our lives.

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