Friday, October 06, 2017

Color for Calm All Year Long 2018 Review & GIVEAWAY

Expressing creativity daily is a great stress reliever. On August 1, 2017 Rock Point Publishing released Color for Calm All Year Long 2018. It's a boxed calendar featuring the delightful illustrations of Canadian artist Carrie Stephens. Included are 5 double-sided colored pencils that neatly and conveniently attach to the back of the calendar base. There are 10 colors in total - yellow, orange, red, pink, blue, light blue, green, light green, purple and light purple. The easel style, tear-off calendar pad lays flat or stands for display. Color your way through the year. There are over 300 relaxing coloring templates - one for each day of the week. Saturday and Sunday are combined onto a single page. All pages have blank reverses. The smaller sized pages are perfect for coloring daily. The bottom right corner of the page houses the date in the following format - JANUARY  1  MONDAY. It's slightly over-sized for easy reading. The holidays are shown in a smaller font - New Year's Day. Take a break each day to color and emerge refreshed. Get your copy below! 



Color for Calm 2018
Calendar: 316 pages
Publisher: Rock Point; Box edition (Aug. 1 2017)
Language: English
ISBN-13: 978-1631063510
Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 4.4 x 15.2 cm
Product Dimensions: 5 x 1.8 x 6 inches

Photos I took of my copy of this attractive calendar coloring kit.

Color for Calm All Year Long 2018 is available worldwide at Rock Point Gift & Stationery. Check our their unique catalog at Rock Point Gift & Stationery. Rock Point Gift & Stationery is a division of the Quarto Publishing Group USA. Quarto has generously offered to giveaway a copy of the Color for Calm All Year Long 2018! One winner will be selected at random. Open until October 22, 2017. Canadian and USA addresses only. Good luck!

47 comments:

  1. another fun book for car trips would be the The Great Big Search and Find Activity Book. Michele P.

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  2. Brain Bend by Mister Mourao looks stimulating and fun. I love books like these as well as coloring books.

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  3. Learn to Draw Disney's Classic Animated Movies by Disney Storybook Artists looks like it would be fun to have

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  4. I would love he Art of Drawing Optical Illusions by Jonathan Stephen Harris

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  5. I love the Brain Bend coloring book.

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  6. Melissa Leapman's Indispensable Stitch Collection for Crocheters looks great- like there are a lot of stitches I've been missing my whole life!

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  7. I'd love to get Growing Vegetables for myself and hubby. We did not fair that well this year with our first garden but there also was lack of rain.

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  8. Oh My!1 Would love to have "Color with Me, Grandma!" by Jasmine Narayan... What fun this would be with the Grangirlie!!

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  9. I like 51 Things to Make with Cardboard Boxes by Fiona Hayes - that looks like a lot of fun!

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  10. I'd love to have a copy of Make Art Everyday!

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  11. I'd like The Gardens of Japan by Helena Attlee

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  12. Another book I find interesting is Zen Origami

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  13. I would also love the Lots of Dots by Ana Enshina book.
    Marlene V.

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  14. I would love to have Creative Marker Art and Beyond

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  15. I would love to read The Gardener's Companion to Medicinal Plants by Royal Botanic Gardens Kew and Jason Irving. It sounds really interesting. Thanks for the super giveaway opportunity!

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  16. Drawing for Joy looks fun!
    kdraebellamy@yahoo.com

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  17. I'd like to give General George Patton by Alden Hatch
    Old Blood and Guts to my husband.

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  18. I would love the "Color Me Grateful" book

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  19. I would love the Kawaii Doodle Class

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  20. Drawing for Joy sounds like a lovely book.

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  21. Another book i would love is the Draw, Color, and Sticker Things I Love Sketchbook by Carolyn Gavin

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  22. Birds & Blooms Artwork By Geninne by Geninne
    10 Note Cards and Envelopes so pretty

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  23. I'd like to get "If You Can Cut, You Can Collage".

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  24. "The Art of Making Shadows" by Sophie Collins

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  25. I'd like to ahve the House of Hoppen by Kelly Hoppen book. Thanks.
    partymix25(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  26. I'd like to have the 25 Essentials: Techniques for Smoking by Ardie Davis.

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  27. I would love the Clean Skin from Within book.

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  28. You have so much talent and creativity!

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  29. Quarto Kids looks very interesting

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  30. I like if you can cut you can collage

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  31. I love Geology, so their "Geology Lab for Kids" caught my eye! Thanks and God Bless! ILuvTheEucharist @ aol dot com

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  32. I'd like Inside Out Sharks by David George Gordon for my nephew. He's nuts about sharks.

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  33. I would love to receive Medicinal Plants.

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  34. Cooking with Nonna by Rossella Rago.

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  35. I like The Ultimate Activity Book for Mad Scientists by Joe Rhatigan

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