Turn these cute free coloring pages into Whiteboard Coloring Pages!
So who else is into the adult coloring book thing? I looooved coloring when I was a kid. Well, coloring, drawing, any kind of art, really. Is that in any surprise? No. I think not. Anyway, with a type A personality, I did sometimes get a little bit of decision fatigue. Did I want that to be cornflower or periwinkle (an aside: this page showing all the Crayola color names ever, is amazing!) I haven’t gotten too much into adult coloring, although one of the last times my parents visited, my mom brought a book of mandala designs and we sat down and colored some with O. He really liked that. But you know what? Those fancy new coloring books geared towards adults? They also come with an adult price tag! So I was sitting in the kitchen the other day thinking that I should get in on this adult coloring craze when I looked over and saw my homemade whiteboard that we use to write O’s spelling words on. And an idea was born! Whiteboard coloring pages!
I drew two fun adult coloring pages for you guys to print off and I’m going to show you how to turn them into whiteboards so you can color, erase, and color again! It’s great for adults OR kids. I’m sure my 6 year old isn’t the only kid obsessed with dry erase markers, am I right? Here’s how you do it.
Whiteboard Coloring Pages
Free printable 8 x 10 Coloring Page, click below to download:
Scissors or a craft knife
1. First, print out the coloring page of your choice. These coloring page are 8″ x 10″ but the PDFs are formatted to print on a regular 8.5″ x 11″ piece of paper so make sure you print at 100% and don’t scale it. Then cut out your coloring page along the thin gray 8″ x 10″ line.
2. Take the back of your frame off and remove the placeholder image. Or take your picture out if you’re using a frame you already have. Make sure your frame contains actual glass, not plastic. Now pop in your cut-to-size coloring page and reassemble the frame.
I know this sounds like a really simple idea but you guys, it’s so much fun! I loved doing it, my 6 year old loved doing it. And just think, you could swap out the coloring pages and have different art up all the time!
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