Fantasy Coloring Posters Review and Giveaway


At Fantasy Coloring Posters you can buy and download individual high resolution coloring posters or you can purchase a deluxe 25 page 11 x 17 coloring book or mini posters and you can even custom select each poster for your order. The posters are printed on one-sided sheets of 67 lb bristol vellum, which is a heavy, high quality art paper with a great surface for applying coloring media. The regular sized posters measure 11 x 17 inches and the mini posters measure 4-1/8 x 5-3/8 inches. All Fantasy Coloring Posters are rated G or PG-13 and are great for not only colorists and hobbyists but great as a fun activity for both kids and adults.

I received several regular sized and several mini posters from Fantasy Coloring Posters. All artwork is done by William J. Murray. These posters are all fantasy themed (hence the name) and very meticulous. The posters are on a thick, strong paper that isn't flimsy. I used colored pencils and markers on my posters and they each went on well and the markers didn't smudge. My 13-year-old son was on his way out the door to go swim the other day when he noticed I was working on one of these so before going out he took the time to sit down and start coloring one with me for a little while. It was nice to have this time with him. I'm not very artistic but I have always loved coloring so I color with my young niece every chance I get. I think I would look and feel silly if I went out and bought myself a Hello Kitty coloring book to color in, but somehow I didn't feel silly coloring these Fantasy Coloring Posters. These posters allowed me the opportunity to be creative. I picked my favorite regular size and mini posters to color. I wanted mine to be very colorful so I used a combination of colored pencils and markers in many different colors. The posters I chose to color are a lot less detailed than some of the others were and I plan to color a more elaborate one soon. I like the posters with the dragons and I think I'll color one of those next for my son to hang in his room, or maybe we could spend some quality time together and color it as a team since one of the more detailed ones is sure to take a good bit of time and patience.


It was nice being able to use my imagination and show off my creativity with Fantasy Coloring Posters. They are great fun for me as an adult but my teenage son was really into them as well so I think they would appeal to a wide variety of people of all ages. 

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17 comments:

  1. Last week on our vacation, we took coloring pages with us to keep our GS busy. He loved it!!

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  2. My best memories of coloring involve sitting at the table with my preschool class coloring while we wait for their parents to arrive.

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  3. My best memories of coloring were coloring with my Granny as a child when a storm was up. She wouldn't have on anything electrical so it wwas color time.

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  4. Taking turns coloring pages with my mom :)

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  5. I used to love coloring with my cousins. diesel_had_my_baby@yahoo.com

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  6. I just love coloring with my kids, that is my best memory.

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  7. My daughter loves coloring all kinds of pictures and gives them to me as presents. I love all of them.

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  8. I have a set of 144 art quality colored pencils and I used them and some art type coloring books the last time I was on vacation--nothing like sitting at a table by the sea, in the warm sun and being a little artistic--so relaxing!

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  9. Lying on the living room floor with my sister coloring for hours...now i love to color with my grown and teenage daughters we all love the time together

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  10. I can remember coloring from when I was about 3. My mother always had coloring books for us. Then when I had children of my own, my mother always gave them coloring books for their birthdays.

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  11. My favorite coloring memory was last year on my 53rd birthday. My 14 year old son gave me two coloring books and a box of crayons and said,"Dad said to get these for you because you love to color. I didn't believe him." I assured him it was true and that it was a wonderful gift!

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  12. grandma used to have coloring contests between me and my five siblings and it was so much fun

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  13. I missed school often as a child to go to the doctors office. I remember coloring in the waiting room a lot. It's not a bad memory at all.

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  14. My sibs and I used to kill hours coloring and "helping" each other enhance our works. lexbaylor17 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  15. I actually color now.I buys design books that my daughter and I enjoy coloring.It's a hobby I've had since I was about 15 yrs old.My daughter is an adult and she still loves to color.I've got my 2 young nieces into coloring too.A fun family hobby.This colorbook is awesome! Thank you :)
    sue-hull64@comcast.net

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