Welcome to a happy and colorful world of notebook doodles! Notebook Doodles Amazing Me! is packed with empowering art activities designed to build confidence and self-esteem in young girls:
- 32 inspiring Notebook Doodles designs, printed on one side only, and waiting to be filled with color
- 20 fun color palettes, plus beautiful fully colored examples, to help inspire your coloring adventure
- Use whatever art materials you love—watercolors, colored pencils, markers, crayons, or gel pens
- High-quality extra-thick paper that won't bleed through
- Perforated pages so when you're done, your art can easily be removed to hang up or give as a gift
Notebook Doodles Amazing Me! provides a fun and interactive coloring diary for 'tweens to keep about themselves! Inside this book you'll find 32 inspiring Notebook Doodles designs that are just waiting to be filled with color. 20 fun color palettes are included to help get you started on your coloring adventure.
Author Jess Volinski also includes instructions on basic coloring techniques, fully colored examples, and motivational quotes to go with every design. "Let's Explore Color" activities make coloring easy for beginners, with fully colored examples and help in choosing colors.
Not only is coloring fun and relaxing, it's also a creative opportunity to be yourself by expressing how you feel through color. Whatever art materials you love to use—watercolors, colored pencils, markers, crayons, gel pens—they will look stunning on this high-quality, extra-thick, archival-grade, acid-free, 200-year paper. Each one-sided page is perforated, so when your art is finished, it can easily be removed to hang up or give as a gift. Because the best part of creativity is sharing it!
Notebook Doodles is the first contemporary coloring book series just for tweens! Notebook Doodles books offer a fun, fresh, and exciting new coloring book series for tween girls ages 8–12.
This is not "just another" coloring book—its empowering art statements are designed for the design-savvy tween who thinks kids books are too juvenile and mom's adult coloring books are too, well... adult!