Once you have drawn your outlines and let them dry, it can be quite relaxing painting them. It makes a nice change from those adult colouring books which are in fashion at the moment, and you get a fantastic textile piece for your efforts rather than a bit of paper!
If working with outliner isn't your thing, you can also buy all sorts of cards / scarves / cushion covers etc. with pre-printed designs on them - check out Silkcraft and Rainbow Silks who have quite a wide range. If you shop at Silkcraft, you can use the code GUILD1 for free P&P on your first online order.
If you'd like to improve your outliner skills so you can create exciting silk pieces like these for yourself, then consider booking a place on one of my fabulous silk painting courses.
In other news, I also now accept "CraftCourses" gift vouchers, as well as offering my own gift vouchers.
Note: If you tend to use your colouring book to while away the time on trains, planes or in other moving vehicles then you may wish to stick with the paper version!
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