The grown up colouring trend is taking the country by storm at the moment. I love it as a way to relax, and have noticed so many of my friends getting into the colouring habit too. And who can blame them – why should the children get all the fun? Colouring in is the perfect relaxing creative activity for all ages!
Fabriano Boutique in Covent Garden have got involved with the colouring trend too and they are hosting an Enchanted Forest colouring competition to coincide with National Stationery Week.
If you are in London then pop into the store and pick up pick up your choice of Enchanted Forest colouring sheet beautifully printed on high quality Fabriano Woodstock Betulla paper. This is an acid free, chlorine free paper with a considerable recycled content, FSC certified and chosen for use with crayons, pencils and inks. If you’re not local and still want to join in, then I have a downloadable version of one of the sheets that I’m able to share with you (see the end of this post to download)
The competition is judged by Johanna Basford, the illustrator of The Enchanted Forest and her previous best selling grown up colouring book The Secret Garden.
The best entry posted on Instagram with the hashtag #fabrianolovesenchantedforest will win Fabriano Boutique’s Pencil Case, a rainbow set of 24 fine quality pencil crayons presented in a stylish linen wrap, plus a signed copy of Enchanted Forest. Runners up will win a handy Fabriano Boutique Multi-functional Elastic Band– a stationery kit/notebook combination to use on the go. (The competition ends May 18th)
Fabriano Boutique is located at 21 Neal Street, Covent Garden, London WC2H 9PU
I have had a go with a couple of the colouring sheets, and here are is one of my designs so far, and another work in progress.
If you’re not able to make it into the store, then download this sheet here and you can still get involved in the giveaway and have a turn at colouring
I can’t wait to see your designs, so I will be checking out the Instagram hashtag to see what everyone comes up with.
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