My kids love to color. Ever since they could pick up a crayon they’ve been making creations, as my Sadie would say. Of course, when they were really small, deciding to eat the crayon or color with it was a bit difficult for them. As they’ve grown, their curiosity for colored wax has lessened and their staying within the lines catapulted into greatness.
Well, at least I think so.
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Recently, they’ve been begging me to print coloring pages from the internet of characters they don’t have in coloring books (that I can find at least) and even landscapes and abstract art. This week Henley asked for Valentine books and coloring sheets.
Ask and you shall receive! Valentine’s day books have been ordered. And this time, instead of searching the web for coloring pages, I made a few myself. I must say, these turned out so so so stinkin’ cute that I thought I’d share them with you too!
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Whether you feel like Valentine’s Day is a made up holiday by greeting card companies (like my husband) or love the loveliest holiday of all, you can’t deny kids appreciate the little extras we go through to make them feel special on this day…and every other day of the year!