These intricate and beautifully detailed line drawings of underwater scenes are ready for you to bring to life. Relieve stress, practice your mindfulness, and discover your creative side as you unplug and slow down by filling these exquisite pages with color.
No matter our age, useful mindfulness techniques can help re-center us amidst a world of noisy stimuli constantly vying for our attention. Coloring can act like a tranquil meditation—relax and unwind with this calming coloring book for adults featuring beautifully detailed line drawings and designs of soothing ocean motifs.
Make your mark—inside or outside the lines—with these fifty beautiful black and white illustrations of fish, turtles, coral, and other amazing ocean life just waiting for your gentle touch to bring the magic of the sea to life.
Don’t miss the other adult coloring books in the Color Me Mindful series: Color Me Mindful: Birds, and Color Me Mindful: Tropical, Color Me Mindful: Seasons; Color Me Mindful: Enchanted Creatures, and Color Me Mindful: Butterflies. Join the coloring craze!
“Take a deep breath and plunge underwater with these dreamy designs. With bigger pieces like… the undersea scene[s] and smaller focused sketches (like a friendly starfish), this book will help you chill out big-time.”
"Every page has something new to discover…Simple yet enjoyable, colouring is the perfect hobby to put a little happiness into your life."
– Mommy Mummy Mum
"Many adult colouring books only offer flowers and/or patterns to colour in – although this is changing! – and that gets a little boring after a while, but the Color Me Mindful books provide an abundance of birds, sea life, plants and animals to get creative with.”
– The Pretty Books
"Mindfulness is focusing your awareness on the here and now, although with these books it is very easy to get ‘lost’ in the moment and what you are trying to create. These bookish delights are absolutely fabulous for those with anxiety, stress and depression, although everyone who finds a little time for some R & R will benefit.”