Friday, February 5, 2016

Animal Totem Mandala Coloring Book: Look Inside... and a GIVEAWAY!

The Animal Totem Mandala Coloring Book: Art Nouveau Creatures and Reflections for Relaxation is HERE!!!


Why you need this coloring book:

♥ There are 30 CREATURES TO COLOR: Wolf, Lion, Snake, Porcupine, Bat, Honey Bee, Elephant, Swan, Horse, Peacock, Octopus, Pig, Turtle, Buffalo, Panda, Raven, Luna Moth, Mouse, Monkey, Salamander, Owl, Rabbit, Moose, Seal, Hen, Alligator, Spider, Stingray and Fox.

♥ And they're SO PRETTY. Here--click the cover to look inside and see!


♥ Each mandala is comes with a simple, three step guided meditation (with a color-able frame!): Three keywords, a description, and a special message for you from each animal. Use these to make a deeper connection to each beast, or just color--the choice is yours!

♥ Every page is single sided. You can frame your favorite mandala (and meditation if you like) or use the blank side of the meditation pages for journaling.

♥ We're hosting an awesome giveaway to help get you coloring with this book and all your other favorites! Help us spread the word and you can win this great prize: a brand new pack of 25 Sharpies, 24 mini pencils (great for taking on the road) and 24 oil pastels--enter below!



21 comments:

  1. I would look forward to coloring the Peacock the most.

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    1. Thanks for visiting. I ♥ the peacock--he is beautiful!

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  2. I'm looking forward to coloring the wolf.
    Thanks for this chance!

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    1. Wolf was the first animal we worked on ♥ Thanks for visiting!

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  3. Thank you for the chance to win this book. Coloring is something my adult daughters and I do a lot of.

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  4. The Bats! And...are those Hedgehogs?!?!?! OMG this book is Beautiful!!!

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    1. Thank you!!!! The prickly critters are porcupines :) ♥♥♥

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  6. I'm looking forward to coloring the Raven

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  7. I'm looking forward to coloring the Raven

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