Adult Coloring Books have skyrocketed in popularity over the past year. More and more people are realizing the fun and relaxation that can be had by the simple act of coloring. When you choose one or more of these 20 G-Rated Adult Coloring Books under $15, your gift is sure to be a hit.
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Cares will melt away with the over 45 detailed patterns in the Adult Coloring Book: Stress Relieving Patterns.
It’s vacation time anytime with the Happy Campers Coloring Book (Design Originals) (Coloring Is Fun).
Good Vibes Coloring Book will help keep the good times going.
Whoever is lucky enough to receive this Creative Haven Owls Coloring Book (Creative Haven Coloring Books) will be hooting with delight.
Friends and family who love flowers and pretty landscaping are sure to enjoy the Secret Garden: An Inky Treasure Hunt and Coloring Book.
And for the sea lovers, Lost Ocean: An Inky Adventure and Coloring Book is sure to fascinate.
Adult Coloring Book: Stress Relieving Animal Designs offers over 50 animal patterns that highlight the magnificent creatures of our planet.
Need a great gift for lovers of furry felines, then check out Creative Haven Creative Cats Coloring Book.
For those into canines, grab a copy of Doodle Dogs 2: Stress Relieving Dog Designs.
If flitting, fluttering winged beauties are more your gift recipient’s style, then go for Adult Coloring Book: Butterflies and Flowers : Stress Relieving Patterns (Volume 7).
Help your giftee keep stress at bay with Balance (Angie’s Extreme Stress Menders Volume 1).
The 30 complex circular designs in Mystical Mandala Coloring Book (Dover Design Coloring Books) are perfect for meditative coloring.
Give the gift of inspiration with the Beauty in the Bible: Adult Coloring Book.
Bible quotes and inspiring verses come together with drawings to offer a spiritual coloring experience in Simple Blessings: Coloring Designs to Encourage Your Heart.
Need to give a gift to someone who can’t get enough of the building and design shows on TV? Really COOL Colouring Book 1: Dream Homes & Interiors is your answer.
Or how about this Creative Haven CityScapes: A Coloring Book with a Hidden Picture Twist. The coloring book contains 28 illustrations of snapshots of major cities including Chicago, New York, Paris, and San Francisco and hidden surprises.
Looking for more options for the architecture and/or travel fan? Secret Paris: Color Your Way to Calm may very well be what you are searching for.
Vive Le Color! Japan (Coloring Book): Color In: De-Stress (72 Tear-Out Pages) comes in a compact size and with a backer board which makes coloring on the lap easy.
Have someone on your gift list that loves all things intergalactic? Star Wars: 100 Images to Inspire Creativity and Relaxation will be a hit.
Why not buy a couple Creative Haven Ugly Holiday Sweaters Coloring Book and have a coloring contest (Great suggestion from a reviewer at Amazon.com).
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I bought an adult mandala coloring book a few days ago. I haven’t gotten to color anything but I can’t wait to. The designs are so detailed and gorgious. I had no idea there were so many coloring books out there.
Love the stress relieving side of coloring.
I love coloring! And the ugly sweaters one cracks me up. That is amazing!
The ugly sweater coloring book is definitely giggle worthy.
I’m advertising these on my blog also. I think they are the greatest idea to come along in a long time and I’m personally hoping for one in my Christmas stocking. My son likes creepy stuff, so I bought him a Dia de las Muertos one that looks like stained glass. Have you also seen the extreme dot-to-dot books? They have up to 1500 dots on them and are definitely for grown-up brains. My family loved them so much, I had to go back and buy more, and now my teenaged son is already asking for a new one for Christmas this year. That is incredibly rare in our family, so I know they are winning gift ideas.
Lisa/Syncopated Mama says
Can’t stop giggling over the addition of “G-rated” – and the fact that it never would have crossed my mind to have to put that, but now that I see it, I can totally see why you would need to!
Yes, thought I should clarify because when lots of people see “adult” anything, they start to wonder about the content.
I love this concept so much, and this is a wonderful round up.
Amazing array of adult coloring books out there.
Amanda @ Grad Girl says
These are amazing! I’m so glad coloring is socially acceptable for adults now. 😀
I know. Great excuse to whip out the colored pencils or crayons.