Color with Fuzzy!
I love to spend time on the details in these pattern coloring pages. My favorite is the rainbow pattern, but I also really like the ones with the stars.
Do you know someone who quilts? One of these designs is very much like one of my quilts. What a nice thought! A quilt can also look like a stained glass window.
The one with a zigzag makes me think of an Aztec Indian blanket. An abstract design is really challenging and is great for stress relief.
Jump down to these coloring pages on this page:
I have more geometric and star patterns here.
So are these quilt, tile, or mosaic patterns? Help me decide and choose your favorite.
I have beautiful flowers for art here.
I have fascinating Celtic patterns here.
Patterns are fun for both children and adults.
Coloring patterns as children is a great way to learn creative perseverance. Meaning, have you colored our rainbow pattern? Whew! That's a lot of work. It's also a great way to teach planning your colors ahead of time so you can enhance the details that you like.
Preschoolers and kindergartners would enjoy the quilt and flower designs. Some of these others are great for older kids in first and second grade.
Kids want stress free coloring pages and adults want stress relieving pages.... :-)
Adults like the challenge of making beautiful patterns for relaxation. It's like doodling for stress relief. Addictive, anti-stress, and fun.
My Fleur De Lys pattern is a wonderful floral design to cut and color or to use for an outline project.
I think that it is neat that retirees and nursing homes are using coloring for therapy and enjoyment. Do your Grandma and Grandpa like to color? Mine did.
Thank you for coloring with Fuzzy!
Pin to remember Fuzzy's coloring pages for another day. Thank you! :-)