Happy International Creativity Month! This is my kind of celebration. I’m always looking for things to make, crochet, cross-stitch, any reason to break out my crayons or colored pencils, and overall, just create something. If I’m not working, I’m probably snuggled in bed with some yarn and spending the day crocheting something while a marathon viewing of one of my favorite shows takes place.
Thankfully, as a child, I was exposed to a lot of creative people and different art opportunities. My best friend in all of elementary school, was an artist – heck, she still is an artist. My grandmother taught me old world crafts such as crocheting, knitting, cross-stitching, embroidery, etc.
She taught my brother how to quilt, too. I loved art in school and am thankful art was a big part in the school district I grew up in. My wishlists always included the coolest new crayons or oodles of coloring books and construction paper.
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Now, as much as I love that it’s creativity month, I’m not a huge fan that it’s winter. I hate the cold, all the winter attire, and everything being bleak. I miss my flip-flops most of all.
But, winter does look nice on paper. Snowflakes always look beautiful and snowmen surrounded by woodland critters is always warm and inviting. I have gathered links to sites that have a combined total of 105 winter coloring pages for kids.
All you have to do is print them off at home and let your kids unleash their creativity! Coloring books can be pricy in the store, but thankfully there are some awesome creators out there that are happy to share their free coloring pages with everyone!
I better start printing some, myself – I don’t wanna be empty-handed when my niece and nephew come over! My niece K, loooves Olaf – so I better have a bunch of those pages for her. hehe