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Color Me Stress Free – Nearly 100 Coloring Templates to Unplug & Unwind

Color Me Stress Free - Lacy Mucklow & Angela Porter
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by Lacy Mucklow, Angela Porter
Published by Race Point Publishing on September 15th 2015
Pages: 208
Format: Card cover

The perfect book for stressed-out adults who want to reconnect, simply and easily, with their inner creativity.
Work, kids, relationships, meetings, traffic, bills...we are all faced with stress on a daily basis. And sometimes you just need a way to relieve the tension and avoid burnout, illness, or worse.
A simple and inexpensive way to relieve stress is by coloring images, which can be soothing. Some even consider it an alternative to stressors, ultimately aiding in reversing the effects of anxiety. Refocusing your attention on something completely different to engage in a mental, physical, and emotional shift can help break the pattern of consistent stress and allow one to rejuvenate.
Part of the international bestselling Color Me series, Color Me Stress-Free is a guided coloring book designed for harried adults. Art therapist Lacy Mucklow and artist Angela Porter offer up 100 coloring templates, all designed to help you unplug and unwind at the end of each day. Organized into seven therapeutically themed chapters, readers can explore the benefits of putting pencil (or crayon!) to paper and channel their day-to-day stresses into a satisfying, creative environment.
Color Me Stress-Free is the perfect way step back from the stress of everyday life, color, and relax!
Don't forget to try Color Me Happy and Color Me Calm!

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Color Me Stress Free – Nearly 100 Coloring Templates to Unplug & Unwind – Lacy Mucklow & Angela Porter

Lacy Mucklow is an art therapist who has teamed up with talented illustrator Angela Porter to produce the Color Me series of books.   The books are adult colouring books designed with art therapy in mind.

Each book is divided into chapters with different themes.   As this book is about being stress free the chapters concentrate on the matters that tend to stress us out the most in our life.     The chapters are disorganization, relationships,  finances, work, health, time, travel and commuting.   I am sure all of us, at one time or another, have stress associated with each of those headings!

Like all books the book is divided into the above sections which are color coded.    You always know by the color on the right hand side margin and on the line work of the facing image which part of the book  you are colouring.       The illustrations are printed on white paper with a right hand border on each image.   On the facing page there is line work in the colour of the particular chapter.

There is a wide variety of images in the book for  you to choose from.    Some of the illustrations do not appeal to me at all but that’s the beauty of having a large selection.  I can bypass those and move on to the images I fancy more.

Color Me Stress Coloring Book Free Video Review

Enjoy the video review of Color Me Stress Free by Lacy Mucklow and Angela Porter below:

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Happy coloring x


About Angela Porter

Angela Porter is the illustrator of the best selling “Color Me” series of art therapy books with Lacy Mucklow.

Angela is a self taught artist and a science teacher when she is not illustrating.

About Lacy Mucklow

Lacy Mucklow is an art therapist and author of the successful Color Me series of adult colouring books. The Color Me series is illustrated by Angela Porter.

About the author


I'm Lea and I love everything to do with coloring! If it is a coloring book, a poster or even a bookmark that you can color in, I'm all over it. Of course, a girl has to have some pencils, markers, gelly rolls, pastels and what not to make those pictures pretty and I love those as well.

Whilst my coloring style lacks skill, I am enthusiastic and focused on enjoying the moment and having fun.

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