Fall Leaves Coloring Page
As an undergrad I developed a few strange habits. These included crocheting (peace-weaving as my professor called it) and doodling. In grad school, I branched into the wonderful world of adult coloring books. Yet, I found that the zentangles available were more stressful than they were relaxing. I'm not sure how people do it, but when I see that cute fox with about 10,000 little subsections and patterns to color in, I get overwhelmed and can't relax. Call me type A, but if I can't visualize what the end result will be, I won't even start. The inner perfectionist screams that it's a horrible idea.
I wanted something that I could color in class that wouldn't require most of my attention and distract me from the lectures. I finally found that in a small book of simple drawings (which I no longer know the name of, sorry!) and that's what has inspired this new series of coloring page printables. Since they are not overly complicated, they are ideal for all ages.
With the change in season, and in celebration of the weather actually cooling here in the desert, I present to you, a set of leaves.
I suggest printing one onto a half page or printing two in a single page with no border, but I leave that up to you and your printer.
If you do color this page, please post a photo in the comments or on Instagram and tag me @thislittledelightofmine. I cannot wait to see all the ways you bring beauty to these coloring pages!
Wishing you a relaxed coloring session and delight in bringing color to the page.