Letter 'A' Colouring In Page
When I think back through to my childhood, I have so many fond memories of playing with toys and creating and imagining magical worlds.
One of my favourite memories was when I would pull out a beautiful pack of 72 Derwent pencils and a new colouring in book and colour in. I honestly thought I was THE best person at colouring in (and I may have won a couple of school prizes for it too). I loved picking out a perfectly white and crisp page with beautiful images of princesses, animals or other cartoons - I was quite particular about staying in the lines. I vividly remember lying down on the ground colouring in with my mum and getting quite upset that hers was perfect and I had gone slightly out of the lines, but hey, I was only 4 at the time.
I have been thinking more about what I can offer you at Wild & Whimsical Things that will make your experience here that extra bit special. I arrived at the decision of sharing my creativity and my joy for bringing back things that remind you of your childhood and something that you can indulge in with your children for a bit of family time.
So I am going to try for a fortnightly post here (a sneak peek over on Facebook first, so make sure you follow us there!) with a special downloadable colouring in page. I am going to start with an alphabet book, where you can download each letter and put them together when I am all done to create a little book. To start with, I am beginning with the letter 'A'.
You can download our first letter by clicking the link: Wild & Whimsical Things Alphabet Colour In - 'A'.
If I am travelling well with my plan (and mama life and my moonlighting as a Physiotherapist during the day doesn't get in the way), I will look at trying to make it a weekly event, with additions of special pages for days of celebrations (Valentine's Day, I'm looking at you next!).
What do you think of this plan? Would you like to see more of these in this space?
**Please note that these pages are for personal use only. Do not reproduce for sale or copy as your own. If you would like to share this download, go for it, but please link back to this post**
- Adrian Munro