Coloring Book Giveaway!

We here at Lily & Thistle Studio are very excited to be filling a TON of coloring book orders this week.  (Oh, and did I mention both the Print it Yourself and standard Coloring Books are on SALE?) 

When I was a little girl, coloring was one of my favorite activities.  It was a process that began with staying in the lines and continued on with learning about the use different colors and shading techniques.  In preparing the coloring books to be shipped off to you all, I can't help but think of all the fun that will be had by young and old alike who get their hands (and crayons) on them! 

Because we love our coloring books so much, we want to give one of you a chance at our... you guessed it!

Coloring Book Giveaway!
 
If you want a shot at winning our FREE Print-it-yourself Coloring Book giveaway, leave a comment with one of your favorite childhood activities.  Mine was coloring, how 'bout you?    

Feel free to comment through midnight (MST) on Wednesday, for your chance to win.  The winner will be announced by Hannah by this Thursday, so stay tuned to see if you are chosen!  If you are chosen, please email lilyandthistle2@gmail.com to redeem your prize.  (And don't worry, if you have a coloring book already, you can give it to a friend to share in your fun!)


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shelly (September 25, 2012 at 11:30 AM)  

I played with dolls and Barbies all. the. time.

Alicia @ The Creative Vault (September 25, 2012 at 1:40 PM)  

My favorite was doing craft projects with my mom. I'm sure you're shocked. :)

LindaSonia (September 25, 2012 at 2:26 PM)  

I have to agree - coloring was one of my favorite childhood activites - that and playing with dolls... typical girly girl! :)

Jennifer (September 25, 2012 at 3:18 PM)  

I played school. I was the teacher and I gave my dolls and my little brothers all the assignments they could handle. It was so much easier then than it is now to homeschool! :)

Britta Singer (September 25, 2012 at 3:43 PM)  

My favorite activity was sitting and drawing. I also liked to go to my friends house and play with Barbie's and I loved to play house with my baby dolls.

mennikelly (September 25, 2012 at 7:59 PM)  

I loved having bike races up and down the street with my neighbors.

Jacqueline (September 25, 2012 at 10:51 PM)  

I loved being outside playing with my brothers, and I still prefer to do outside chores! :)

Stray (September 26, 2012 at 3:20 AM)  

I loved colouring in, I still do, if the kids leave the colouring books out I can't resist just doing one page!

Bradysmom17 (September 26, 2012 at 7:55 AM)  

Playing with paper dolls was my favorite activity! I still have some of my old paper dolls in a binder.

Lindsay @ 402CenterStreet.blogspot.com (September 26, 2012 at 9:53 AM)  

I loved coloring and I loved making doll clothes. I don't remember playing with the dolls so much as I do dressing them!

Jenny (September 26, 2012 at 6:22 PM)  

I loved my Barbies sooo much.
I remember house of playing with them on the porch! Funny..my daughter wants nothing to do with Barbies!

Amanda L (September 26, 2012 at 7:54 PM)  

I loved horses -- riding them, pretending to be them, reading about them. My dreams were dashed at age 9 when my dad tolld me I was already too tall to be a jockey.

The Howe's (September 27, 2012 at 12:03 AM)  

I loved so many girlie things. Barbies for hours, I loved to do their hair! The classic paper dolls, and definitely babies and playing house. The fun girl stuff that helps us to become good moms. And I love to still have those special playdates with my daughter now... I guess we never really grow up do we?!

Heather (September 28, 2012 at 9:09 PM)  

Mine was playing with Play Doh!

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Christine (October 2, 2012 at 7:31 AM)  

I had a set of dolls called "The Sunshine Family," I spent hours setting up their home, making all kinds of things for them. We really used our creativity to make furniture, clothes, etc. My sister and I still laugh when we see something "That would work for the dolls." Such happy memories!

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