A colouring book AND pencils? We know. We spoil you.
Details on how to enter are below. But what’s so special about Rangoli? And do we have any tips for the perfect zen colouring experience? We sure do.
This competition is now closed! Congrats to the winners @ObliviousApple, @ouatslouis, @KinbrokeRia.
“Traditionally believed to bring good luck, prosperity, and to act as a celebratory decoration, Rangoli is a form of Hindu folk art that originated in India.”
Andrew Davis, the creator of ‘Rangoli: Stress-relieving, Art Therapy Adult Colouring Book’, says:
“This book has been designed to allow to to express yourself in whatever way you feel; whether that’s to help you forget about the drama of your day, or to help you create some drama!”
Oh, we do like drama!
“The other great thing about pencils is the ease at which they blend colours together. Even contrasting colours like purple and green can blend without muddying too much in the middle.”
“Don’t try to apply ink over coloured pencil. The sheen that coloured pencils leave behind doesn’t allow the ink to penetrate the surface too easily. You can apply pencil over ink, however.”
We did not know that! You can read more great tips in the full article.
So, wanna win? All you have to do to enter is follow @maximumpopbooks, RT the following tweet and fill in the form at the bottom. Couldn’t be simpler! Happy colouring!
— Maximum Pop! Books (@maximumpopbooks) May 14, 2016
But if you don’t want to leave it to luck, you can get your own copy right here, right now.
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