For the LOVE of colouring!

by Maplelea Staff March 30, 2020 1 min read 2 Comments

Did you know that March 31st is National Crayon Day? We love these fun holidays at Maplelea! So today we celebrate the invention of the crayon as well as the joy of colouring. While it is an "unofficial" holiday, it is a perfect reminder to get creative, dust off your crayons and spend some relaxing time colouring!  

Left-click, or command-click on the image you want to work on below, save it to your computer, print it out and colour it in! Enjoy!

Alexi's "Art of the City" Exciting Toronto scene:

 

Léonie's beautiful "Beaux-Arts":

 

Saila's "Artfully Inspired":

 

The oh-so-artsy "Painter's Palette":

 

Happy Colouring!


2 Responses

Alice

March 31, 2020

This is a nice idea – though a touch tricky to print. My kids are wondering if you could make this into a colouring contest and post all the entries so we can see them online!

Julie Naidich

May 01, 2019

I just discovered these today, May 1. These look very nice! Thank you for putting these up and leaving them up past March 31. I knew (from one of Maplelea’s journal pages) that crayons were invented in Canada, and I sure loved colouring with crayons as a child. I’m going to print two of these from the public library’s printer and colour them in. Thank you!

Leave a comment

Comments will be approved before showing up.