The Reverse Coloring Book™: The Book Has the Colors, You Draw the Lines! Spiral-Bound | August 31, 2021

Kendra Norton

Rebinding by Spiralverse

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Forget drawing inside the lines and unleash true creativity! This reverse coloring book is packed with colorful, watercolor–filled pages of inspiring shades and free-form shapes that beg to have lines drawn around them, inside them, throughout them. Sophisticated or silly, patterns or pictures – how you fill in the page is up to your creative mind!

The book has the colors, you draw the lines: the creative possibilities are endless!
Reverse coloring is a totally new idea in creativity and mindfulness: so simple, and so profoundly satisfying. Artist Kendra Norton created these beautiful and whimsical unfinished watercolors to provide a gentle visual guide for your own creativity and exploration.
Trace the shapes, draw in figures, doodle, shade, cover an area with dots. Each page is an invitation to slow down, let your mind drift, and be surprised by your own creativity. And because reverse coloring requires no “staying inside the lines,” it empowers your artistic self-confidence while it calms the mind.
The Reverse Coloring Book™ includes 50 original works of art, printed on sturdy paper that’s single-sided and perforated. All you need is a pen.

Publisher: Hachette Book Group
Original Binding: Paperback
Pages: 104 pages
ISBN-10: 1523515279
Item Weight: 1.16 lbs
Dimensions: 11.0 x 0.61 x 8.5 inches
Customer Reviews: 4 out of 5 stars 0 to 30 ratings
The Reverse Coloring Book will satisfy all ur doodling needs. Add the lines to the color and tah dah!—there it is. Free ur mind and the doodles will follow.”  —Rosie O’Donnell

"No worries about coloring inside the lines with watercolor artist Kendra Norton’s adult coloring book. She’s created the colors—your job is to draw the lines." —Better Homes Gardens Do It Yourself

Kendra Norton is a mom of four, a multi-media artist, creator, and nurturer.  She grew up in the Pacific Northwest and still lives there, with plenty of fresh air and mud puddles. One of her many dreams is to volunteer in an elephant sanctuary.