Start rounding up those crayons and colored pencils, folks.
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This meditating woman you’ll add a little color to and promptly be inspired to find a quiet corner in your apartment to do some relaxing meditating of your own.
A detailed tunnel pattern that might hold your attention for hours as you try to shade in every intricate twist and turn.
This pretty mandala you might print and re-print so you can color it over and over again, because it’s just so easy to get lost in the ~gorgeous~ design.
Or a maze-inspired mandala, because all you’ll be able to think about is which colors would look most striking with this pattern.
This beautiful — and I mean capital B-E-A-U-T-I-F-U-L — mosaic-inspired print you’ll want to work through while you jam out to your favorite soothing playlist.
An adorable owl with some words of wisdom that go something like this: “Helloooo! Come hang out and color me — you’ll feel sooooo much better!”
This flying cat that might make your mood *soar* when you feel a little stressed.
A *witchy* illustration you might be excited to add some color to if just the thought of Halloween (aka, the coolest holiday ever!!) sparks major joy.
This inspirational artwork you can really make your own — when you’re done coloring, hang it somewhere you can see this motivational message every time you’re feeling upset or overwhelmed.
A pretty ~romantic~ print to momentarily take your mind off of your long day and fill you with butterflies while you color (in a good way, of course).
This aquatic print inspired by Katsushika Hokusai’s The Great Wave painting so you can ~wave~ hello to a slightly more relaxed mood.
A set of western-themed pages, because once you start coloring, you won’t want to desert your ritual of de-stressing with a pack of crayons and a coloring book.
This funky cool page that may be full of circles but will have you seeing stars when you take a step back to marvel at your own work.
Or this cat-tastic rendition of the Mona Lisa you’ll certainly take your dear sweet time coloring in because some of the most precious things require time and patience.
A forest tea party scene that might transport you from your one-bedroom apartment to a lush forest with every colored pencil stroke.
And this super detailed tree illustration because it’s pretty much begging you to get comfy, put on a soothing playlist, and unwind as you color your way to a more relaxed mind.