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Fish Coloring Page

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Free printable fish coloring page - a wonderful resource for teachers, homeschoolers and parents. Also a fun and educational way to entertain kids.Fish Coloring Page

Jeez Louise… can you believe it’s been over six months since I posted my last printable coloring page? I’ve been getting tons of comments and feedback lately asking me to create more fun printable coloring pages so I guess it’s time to get on it.

I’m so Sorry!

Let me take a moment to apologize for not posting more frequently, but there’s been so much going on behind the scenes here. If you hadn’t already heard, I’ve started a new blog called BlogBabble.co. I created this blog as a way to help my fellow creatives, crafters, and artists learn how to blog. After receiving countless comments and personal emails about how to start a blog, I decided it was a sign that I should start helping people in a new way.

For the past six months, I’ve been working hard writing an eBook and developing a course curriculum. It’s been a labor of love but I’m starting to see the finishing line in the distance. My new course – The Maker’s Guide: Start Successfully Blogging About Your Passion in 30 Days will be available starting at the end of May. If you or anyone you know might be interested in this course, please feel free to sign up here. In the meantime, once you sign up, you’ll receive instant access to my free resource library with tons of helpful lists, printables, and calendars.

Fish Fun

So, getting back to this post, this month, I’ve created a fun and whimsical fish coloring page. The idea for a fish printable came from a recent phone conversation with one of my dear childhood friends. He reminded me of our weekend bike rides to the river where we’d spend the day digging worms and fishing from the bridge. We’d catch tons of fish and keep them in our little buckets. I remember how beautiful they were when the light of the sun caught their brilliantly colored scales (yep you guessed it, we had buckets full of sunfish). Don’t worry, we always through the fish back at the end of the day; it was just fun to see how many we could catch in a day. So, I’m dedicating this coloring page to all those fine, brave fish that jumped on my fishing line and gave me the utmost pleasure and satisfaction of feeling them wriggle and pull away as I wound in the line.

Download or print your free fish coloring page here.

Free printable fish coloring page - a wonderful resource for teachers, homeschoolers and parents. Also a fun and educational way to entertain kids.

Looking for more fun printables: HousesBugs & Butterflies Coloring PageMandala Coloring PageHearts Coloring PageBlank Faces Coloring PageJellyfish Friendship BraceletsPrintable Robot Coloring Page Family Movie Night Tickets

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Bugs & Butterflies Coloring Page

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Bugs & Butterflies coloring page

Bugs & Butterflies coloring page

This weekend we did our first camping trip of the 2015 spring/summer camping season along the breathtaking Juan de Fuca Marine Trail on Vancouver Island. Camping along the Pacific West Coast is one of our family’s favorite past times. We had an amazing time spending three days out in nature.

During our camping adventure, we saw a myriad of wildlife, sea life and interesting creatures including a close encounter with a black bear (see photo below). Camping in the forest and on the beach among all the flora and fauna, I was inspired to get out my sketchbook and draw some cute little insects and butterflies.

Download and print your bugs and butterflies coloring page here.

Please note, these drawings aren’t really anatomically correct but rather fun “interpretations” of bugs and butterflies in general. My daughter loves these coloring pages and the butterflies are her favorite insects to color. I’m sure there’s lots of nature lovers out there who will enjoy these coloring pages. Happy coloring!

Juan de Fuca camping

Camping along the Juan de Fuca Marine Trail on Vancouver Island.

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Owl Coloring Page

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Free Owls Coloring Page

Owls Coloring Page

Owl Coloring Page – Here’s a great question for you…did you know that a group of owls is called a parliament? I totally would have failed that question on an exam. It’s been a while now since I’ve made a coloring page so I decided to draw a “parliament” of owls for all of our owl fans out there. We love to draw and color in our home – even my husband, who’s main artistic skill is drawing stick men, enjoys getting in on a little coloring action. I often send a variety of coloring pages home with Noelle’s friends when they visit – always a hit. I’ve had a number of mom friends tell me that the coloring pages have saved their sanity while traveling, at weddings, on ferries, camping or when mom just needs a moment of peace and quiet. Some of my teacher friends use these pages in their classes when their kids have finished all their work or to leave for substitute teachers.  I’m so happy that people make such great use of these coloring pages. If you have any theme requests for future coloring pages, please let me know.

Download or print your free owl coloring page here.

Looking for more crafty stuff for kids: Mandala Coloring PageHearts Coloring Page, Rainbow Loom Perler Bead BraceletsBlank Faces Coloring PageJellyfish Friendship Bracelets10-Minute Superhero CostumePrintable Robot Coloring Page Family Movie Night Tickets

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Free owl coloring page

Free owl coloring page

Thanks for reading! ~ Jamey

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