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Recommend me a lovely colouring book

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KatherinaMinola Wed 03-Dec-14 21:07:56

For 4yo. Preferably (but not necessarily) Christmassy, and a lovely object in itself before it's even been coloured in - ie a really skilled illustrator. If it's got stickers too, all the better.

TIA smile

iseenodust Wed 03-Dec-14 21:14:36

The Usborne doodling & drawing books are great. They also do a Christmas wipe clean cards doodling pack.

Fathertedismyuncle Wed 03-Dec-14 23:24:13

These are lovely:
Think they do different ones too

fuzzpig Wed 03-Dec-14 23:27:31

Christmas Patterns to Colour (Usborne Colouring Books)

fuzzpig Wed 03-Dec-14 23:28:39

Not Christmassy but DD had some from this range and they're gorgeous

Birds to Colour (Nature Colouring Books)

EmGee Thu 04-Dec-14 13:37:10

I second the Depesche brand. Not sure if they have Chrissmassy ones though. But they are beautiful and perfect for 4 years+.

I got some from ELC when there was 20% off everything - they have a nice selection and are cheaper than Amazon.

IRL I know you can buy them in Fenwick's toy department and some large garden centres.

Lagoonablue Thu 04-Dec-14 13:38:13

You can get the Very Hungry Caterpillar as a colouring book.

Momzilla82 Thu 04-Dec-14 13:43:04

We have this one. It's beautiful. Or the anti colouring colouring book.

chocolatereindeer Thu 04-Dec-14 14:27:03

On Amazon there's an offer, 4 for £10 on crafty books.
I recommend the usborne ones, they're fantastic, lovely pictures to colour and a honestly such a bargain at £2.50 each.
I've bought £20's worth already blush

fuzzpig Thu 04-Dec-14 19:23:39

Thanks so much for that choc - I'd missed that deal! DD actually mentioned that Santa always brings activity books and I hadn't been planning to get any this year, so now at that price I think I will grin tradition can be upheld!

chocolatereindeer Fri 05-Dec-14 11:05:13

Happy to have helped smile

MirandaWest Fri 05-Dec-14 11:07:13

Have saved the link for amazon - thank you so much fsmile

zipetwhippet Fri 05-Dec-14 11:14:12

My dd (a few years ago) had the flower fairies one it had the Christmas tree fairy and holly fairy in it plus lots of others.
They've still got some-I've just checked

zipetwhippet Fri 05-Dec-14 11:15:03

*amazon have still got some

KatherinaMinola Fri 05-Dec-14 22:44:38

Thanks so much for these GREAT suggestions.

chocolate, thanks thanks for that link - a couple of activity books I was looking at are on it - and they're £5.99 each bought singly! Such good value - I will be spending at least one set of £10!

The Birds to Colour book would particularly appeal to DD - it's a little old for her I think, but she would love it (loves nature).

I do love that Usborne Christmas doodling book too. Hmm... grin

Thanks everyone.

BeyondRepair Fri 05-Dec-14 23:26:52

Buster activity are the best I have seen....I got this one ^ and a princess onef for dd but there are loads on amazoh.

BeyondRepair Fri 05-Dec-14 23:27:43

^ this one is christmassy and looks utterly lovely.

BeyondRepair Fri 05-Dec-14 23:28:56

KatherinaMinola Fri 05-Dec-14 23:40:38

Thanks Beyond. That last fairytale one is lovely - too old for DD (in terms of colouring skills) but I think I am going to get it for a slightly older little friend - it's included in the 4 for £10 offer.

As is the Hungry Caterpillar colouring book - might get that too!

Really chuffed because there were three books I was specifically after listed in the offer chocolate linked to - I've ordered them all now.

mipmop Sat 06-Dec-14 00:06:43

Here's something Christmassy for you to colour in with your daughter
Joanna Basford creates beautiful colouring in books for adults. The link above is to a freebie Christmas design.

Mandala books are also good.

mumslife Sat 06-Dec-14 09:21:19

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