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Candy Kaleidoscope: an Adult Coloring Book

Candy Kaleidoscope: an Adult Coloring Book

by Tes Scholtz


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Candy Kaleidoscope adult coloring book features 25 hand drawn illustrations of a delicious variety of sweet treats. Gumdrops, peppermints, candy hearts, chocolates and more dance upon pinwheels, mandalas, kaleidoscopes and other fun designs sure to delight your sweet tooth. Super yummy!

- 25 coloring pages

- Hand drawn illustrations

- Single-sided pages

- Yummy candy designs

- Add it to an Easter basket!

Use colored pencils, crayons, inks, gel pens, markers, whatever you want, or mix it up and use them all! There are no rules. There are suggestions, though: Some markers and paints may bleed through the pages. To avoid damaging other pages, use a barrier sheet between pages, or remove the page from the book before coloring.

Why do folks prefer my coloring books over some others? Here's the secret... All of my coloring books are printed single-sided, so you don't have to worry about colors showing through the back side, or smudging against each other face-to-face. Plus, no more deciding which side you like better if you want to remove it from the book.

Each page is meant to be enjoyed on its own.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781523365357
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 01/22/2016
Series: Mandalas and Pinwheels to Color , #1
Pages: 56
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.12(d)

About the Author

Tes Scholtz owns, operates, and does all the illustrations for ArtworkAnywhere. This is a one-woman operation. She draws the pictures, lays out the books, creates the covers, writes descriptions, built the website, does all the listings, and is writing this little bio. How peculiar to write about oneself as if she were someone else! She's a little odd, you know. She's been drawing for as long as she can remember. She enjoys creating art in many formats and has always enjoyed the pen and ink style of drawing. Some of her coloring books are sketched, inked and scanned, the old fashioned way. Now she is having fun experimenting with sketching, scanning, then digitally inking with a tablet. Fun stuff! She was born in Milwaukee, WI and now resides in sunny Florida with a room full of dolls, and her very tolerant boyfriend. I told you she was a little odd. Find out more at, where you can also sign up to receive free coloring pages!

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