Need a mental break from a stressful day? Love to doodle? Or are you like me and enjoy using the crayons on your kids’ coloring books when they were not looking?
If so, you are going to really enjoy these 15 Adult Coloring Books with nature themes. Take a jaunt through the wild without having to put on bug spray.
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The Adult Coloring Book: Stress Relieving Animal Designs has over 50 animal patterns ranging from beginner to expert to crack the colors out on.
A fan of the ocean? The Adult Coloring Book: Ocean Animal Patterns will be right up your alley.
Creative Coloring Animals: Art Activity Pages to Relax and Enjoy! (Design Originals) is a whimsical, detailed treat filled with lots of different illustrations to color.
Oh so cool, fun animal designs to add your color to in Animal Zentangles: An Adult Coloring Book.
I have always been fascinated with owls. There is just something so majestic and mysterious about them. If you like these beautiful creatures as much as I do, the Creative Haven Owls Coloring Book with its 30 illustrations will be so fun for you.
Speaking of wonderful animals, the butterfly is at the top of the list. I love planting rosemary and lantana because the butterflies are drawn to these plants. The Butterfly Designs Adult Coloring Book (31 stress-relieving designs) (Studio Series)brings you a ton of butterflies that you can enjoy rain or shine.Escape to your own private pond without even having to leave your chair with the Freshwater Pond Coloring Book (Dover Nature Coloring Book).
The patterns in this Creative Haven NatureScapes Coloring Book are really mesmerizing. I think the repetition of the animals, sea shells, etc.. against the simple backgrounds is what has that calming effect. The illustrations and words in the Dream Catcher: life on earth: A powerful & inspiring adult colouring book celebrating the beauty of nature work so well together to show the awesomeness of God’s creations. The details on the pages of Dream Catcher: the tree of life: An elaborate & Powerful Colouring Book For All Ages are extraordinary. I can totally see how you can get swept away for hours working on this coloring book . Does a tiptoe through the tulips really make your day? Then you will enjoy this Creative Haven Whimsical Gardens Coloring Book. The illustrations are made to easily tear out the book so you can tote your masterpiece whether you like.
For more chances to stop and smell the roses (well at least color them) check out
Really RELAXING Colouring Book 3: Botanicals in Bloom: A Fun, Floral Colouring Adventure.
Take a colorful walk in the woods any time that you like with Soul of the Woodland: A Stress Relieving Adult Coloring Book.
Lose yourself in coloring these beautiful mandalas (spiritual symbols that represent the universe) in the Coloring Animal Mandalas book.Need to really get your Zen on? The Calm Coloring Book (Chartwell Coloring Books) will help you slide into a meditative mood.
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Angela @ Setting My Intention says
These look great! I think my sister in law has one of these and loves it. Thanks so much for sharing at the Let’s Get Real Link Up!
I absolutely love these! What a great idea. Coloring is so stress relieving! Visiting from Share the Wealth Sunday.
Jessica Lasseter says
I’ve been itching to start coloring for a long time! I like so many of these, I don’t think I could choose.
Maria @ Pastels & Macarons says
These all look cool but my favs would have to be the butterfly and the botanicals! I love anything pretty 🙂
Angela Gilmore says
Stopping by from Anti-Procrastination Tuesday! I heard that coloring is just as effective as meditating, and I think I’d have more fun coloring. I love these! I am going to have to get one or two to try out. Now I just have to figure out how to keep them from the kids, lol.
I could see how some of the very detailed coloring books could definitely be mind-clearing and calming.
Glenda Cates says
I love to color but when I start my son decides he want’s to as well and ends up coloring half my page which I hate as I do not like people messing up what I am doing. But since it allows us to spend time together and create memories I do not say anything I just let him color with me. One day I will have my own book and no on else will color in it.
Maybe one day he will let you just color side-by-side with him in your own coloring book.