Our Top 10 Favourite Colouring Books

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1. Color Me Swooooon

If Channing Tatum on the cover wasn’t enough to entice us in, the blurb certainly did – “’Color Me Swooon’ will leave you weak in the knees as you and your pens caress chiselled features and chest hair.” Yes please.


2. Swear Words

What better way to #LetGo after a stressful day than to colour in a whole host of words that belong after the watershed. If you think colouring in is only for kids, this is the book for you.


3. Secret Garden

As far as adult colouring books go, this is an absolute classic. This was the first adult colouring book we spotted and it’s still one of the most beautiful ones we’ve seen.


4. Great British Bake Off

This book is designed by the official Bake Off Illustrator Tom Hovey & there’s over 90 pages to tuck in to. The best thing? Paul & Mary won’t be judging your efforts so who cares if it looks like a showstopper, live a little & go outside of the lines…


5. Cath Kidston

If you’re not a Cath Kidston fan then we can guarantee you know at least one, this book is packed with over two decades of the most-loved prints. A brilliant present if we do say so ourselves- we picked it for a floral-loving team member’s birthday!


6. #MumLife

The page themes sold us on this one – our favourites include ‘Bra Off Hair Up Sweats On’, ‘Mama Hair Don’t Care’ and ‘Wine Rhymes with Friday’. A brilliant way to #LetGo when you’ve got 5 sacred minutes of peace.


7. The Mindfulness Colouring Book

The repeating patterns in this edition are strangely soothing & satisfying to colour in. Minimal thinking required & the smaller book means the pages are quicker to complete. One page of colouring + one glass of wine = 20 minutes well spent!


8. Disney Dreams Collection

Embrace your inner-child with this magical edition of some of our favourite Disney characters & scenes. Warning: High risk of theft by jealous children.


9. Vogue Colours A to Z

Looking for something a little more sophisticated? Fashion meets art therapy with American Vogue’s 26 archival magazine covers from 1912 to 1932. Think boas, fans, pearls and gloves galore!


10. Emoji World

In complete contrast to no.9, this last paperback is a real guilty pleasure. Whether we like it or not, Team Sanctuary are ADDICTED to emojis and this book definitely warrants *heart eyes*.


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