Moms Color Their Way to Calm This Mother's Day
Grown-up coloring book launches just in time for Mother's Day
IRVINE, Calif., May 4, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Who says you have to be a kid to color? Moms love to color too! That's why Tami Newcomb, adult colorist, created Color Your Way to Calm, a coloring book for finding peace in the middle of your present, and coincidentally the perfect gift this Mother's Day.
"I created Color Your Way books in order to bring coloring for grownups out of the closet and into the cool, mainstream waters," said Newcomb. "Today, as a nearly 50-year-old 'grownup,' coloring still makes me smile and offers a respite from this over-buzzed-booked-and-burdened world."
Color Your Way to Calm consists of 25 inspired thoughts and illustrations packaged with crayons, plus several pages to do as you please. It can be a mom's very own palette of simple, peaceful, pleasure to let go, ponder, forget, remember, cry, laugh, and most of all, have fun.
"Sometimes when I need to escape, I color my kids' books," said Anissa Zientara, a San Francisco mother of two. "This book is for me to color after the kids are in bed. I can unwind and get lost with images and expressions that I can better relate to."
About Color Your Way
Created by Tami Newcomb, Color Your Way books were created in order to bring coloring for grownups out of the closet and into the cool, mainstream waters. Color Your Way to Calm is the first book created to help bring peace to those feeling over-buzzed, -booked and -burdened. Each book is present-day themed and designed to marry the youthful escape of coloring with relevant thoughts and illustrations. Coloring is fun and is a self-expressive art experience without the pressure of having to create. For more information or to purchase Color Your Way to Calm, visit http://www.coloryourway.com.
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