The Escapist Colouring Club Prompt – May 1, 2020

Hello everyone, this post should of been published yesterday or the day before. It was ready but the last week as my, #WDIIA will explain has been very abnormal. So late as it is here is this month’s, April, entry for the Escapist Colouring Club.

Also last month because of lockdown I made posters for the windows and doors thanking Keyworkers and the NHS.

Now I am looking forward to seeing everyone else’s work. Happy weekend everyone.

This is part of LindaGHill’s Escapist Colouring Club

The Escapist Colouring Club 1st April 2020

Its the first of April and here is March’s colouring. My entry for the Escapist Colouring Club. Boy do we ever need this Escapist club right now. Below is the raw page before I started.

Above the finished version, done in a mixture of pastels.

Here is my task for this month a whimsical moon.

I am really looking forward to to seeing everyone else’s efforts.

My pencils

The Escapist Colouring Club 2/3/20

Here we are already in to March and true to my word I am starting my new picture for this Month.

I am trying not to use too many colours as I want this completed pattern to look calm.

So thanks to Linda who organises and heads the infamous Escapist Colouring Club!

The Escapist Coloring Club – February 2020 mid-month reminder

Well here we are and it is the last day of February. Time to show and tell our efforts for February 2020.

Here is the blank page ( so to speak).


Here we are halfway through the month.

Above is my finished effort and I am rather proud of it. Leaves, curls and squiggles. I used less colours than usual, my thinking is that less is more.

Come and Join us it’s so much fun 💜

The Escapist Coloring Club – February 2020 Nearly end of month reminder

Hi it’s Sunday 23rd of February and so far I am just on target with my target for THE ESCAPIST COLOURING CLUB. Run by the one and only LINDAGHILL

The start.
Mr progress.

So I look forward to seeing everyone else’s work 💜

Linda G Hill

Ruth at Ruth Blogs Here

Zhenzhen at Hinuha

Colline at Colline’s Blog

Jenna at revivedwriter

Dar at Darswords

The Escapist Coloring Club Prompt – October 1, 2018

Right no point it lying I didn’t do any Colouring at all in September, it was a busy month.

But I have have read the rules and this is part of them : all you have to do is post pictures of your own colouring, your kids’ colouring, or that of anyone you know and have permission to share. This is a month-long prompt, which means you have all of October to link back here.

So for September I am posting a picture my husband drew himself and coloured in himself forty years ago. It’s our first son aged 5years old, he was in hospital and rather ill. Happy to say he is fine and dandy now 🤗

October I shall attempt to do a pretty pattern. I have some new pastel pencils, given to me on my birthday, as well as my lovely original warm colours so I have no excuse!

Happy Colouring Everyone.

This post is brought to you Via Linda G Hill‘s The Escapist Colouring Club.

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