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TGF Coloring Books

Hi!  I used my Cinch again to bind some small coloring books.  I had some leftover paper after cutting them for my larger 6x6 journals.  I thought the small scraps were a good size for small hands.

This one uses TGF's Surfer Anya.  She is so cute!

Here's one with Surfer Ian.  These books measure 2.5x5.5 inches.

The cute couple together.

There are 25 stamped pages in each book.  This shows me that I have way too many stamps.  I'm planning to let my youngest color in these when we're on the plane.  Hopefully, he'll just sleep and give me a break. 

I better get going on lots of projects.  It's almost the end of the school year here!

Thanks for reading!


Cheryl said…
Another cute book! Great coloring of Anya's hair! Good idea with a coloring book! Hmm, that cinch looks handy!
Sunghee said…
teehee. yup. that is a lot. what a fab creation! cant' wait to see your end of school year projects. I'm tired and i don't want to make any.
Lorraine said…
These are too cute! And great idea - kids love coloring and so do moms as it keeps them busy, lol!

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