Romp and play with horses from around the world in this majestic coloring book!
32 stunning line art designs of the most popular horse breeds from around the world
Horse breeds include American Quarter horse, American paint horse, Scottish Clydesdale, Icelandic horses, hot bloods, cold bloods, warmbloods, and more
Fun facts about each horse breed accompany each design, so you can learn while you color
8 finished examples, each beautifully colored to jump-start your creativity
Coloring techniques and tips on supplies, color theory, shading, highlighting, and blending
One-side-only designs so you can color every single horse without ruining the next design
Perforated pages make it easy to remove each unique masterpiece when finished, for display or gifting
Learn while you color with this fantastic coloring book for horse lovers!
Featuring 32 line art designs of gorgeous horses galloping through fields, grazing in meadows, relaxing on the farm, and so much more, Horses Coloring Book is the perfect outlet to express your creativity with your favorite animal!
Fun facts complement each illustration for an added element of delight that informs and enriches your coloring experience. From the American Quarter horse, American Paint Horse, and Scottish Clydesdale to Appaloosas, Icelandic horses, Mustangs, and many other beautiful horse breeds, each equine design is printed on only one side of high-quality, toothy paper that resists bleed-through and stands up to gel pens, markers, crayons, colored pencils, or watercolors.
The pages of this fun adult coloring book are perforated, making it easy to remove each page either after the art is complete to frame or gift, or before you start if you prefer to color on a different surface.
A perfect gift for equestrians and anyone who loves horses, express yourself with your favorite animal as the artistic focus, with Horses Coloring Book!
"What a great tool for learning about horses and having fun! This coloring book is guaranteed to provide hours of entertainment with realistic horses and information about horse breeds." —Caren Cowan, Publisher,New Mexico Stockman Magazine