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Monday, 27 August 2012

Colour Me Good...

Who remembers spending hours of their childhood colouring in with Crayola covered hands? Us Robinson girls do. We used to camp out in the front room, felt tips at the ready and silently colour in with one rule and one rule only ... you must keep within the lines! Colouring in is most definitely an art and one I would happily still practice despite being in my late 20s - if only I didn't have a job ... it sucks to be grown-up!

Well I have colouring news to put a smile on your faces - Mel Elliott owner of I Love Mel specialises in producing and selling colouring books for grown-ups! Just because we now spend our pocket money paying off our mortgage, can control our bladders and no longer wear our hair in ribbon-tied pigtails, it doesn't mean we're not entitled to a bit of light relief. 

Starting with our 3BM favourite, get ready to swoon over the beautiful and talented 'Drive' sensation, Ryan Gosling. A 15-page colouring book that will have you entertained day and night...!




Image via eonline.com

If RG doesn't float your boat then there are other options, including an 18-page sketch book of the supermodel Kate Moss... 


Other favourites include...

Colour Me Good 90s which sums up why the 90s were totally rad from US TV Sitcom 'Fresh Prince of Bel Air' to Spice Girls' girl power to the alcopop craze over Hooch...


Colour Me Good 80s collates everything we heart about this era from 'Jim'll Fix It' making dreams come true to Mr Frosty to Reebok high-tops... 


Colour Me Good London covers everything we love about this city including Boris Johnson looking throughly bored carrying out his Mayor duties to our famous black cabs to 10 Downing Street... 


All colouring books are priced at £7.50 - a snip in my opinion and can be purchased online here.

Mel has also jumped on the back of the Olympic craze and sketched out Brits gold medalist heros Mo Farah and Jessica Ennis. Visitors to the site can simply download the drawings and print them out to colour in for free - a gift from Mel to Great Britain to celebrate our success, nice touch eh?! We salute you Mel!


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