Highlights from my Coloring Book Launch Party! 🎉
My book launch party was this week! It was truly a blast. Seeing my friends color the pages from my book was such a magical feeling. I’m now in the post-event planning calm which is always a wonderful feeling as well.
A picture is worth a thousand words, so here are a few!
Some special moments:
Watching people color inside and outside the lines. I love seeing all the texture and fun accents people add to make each page their own.
Creating a collaborative coloring experience. I blew up a few of the pages into jumbo prints and people were able to color them in. I feel like I’m on to something there- it makes me want to do more of these events!
Look at these masterpieces they created!
The before/after of the event. Seeing the blank pages from set up to the colorful beauties after is too cool!
I have more photos coming in soon but wanted to give a sneak peek here.
Ways to support me:
Get on the waitlist for my Climate 101 class here.
I’m open for commissions. I help climate organizations simplify their messaging into pretty art.
I host climate art workshops and coloring parties! I customize these events to your group- these are a great team-building activity.
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