Oh HEY COLOURING KWEEN. In these weird, anxiety inducing times, I wanted to create something you can do to set your mind and worries aside for a bit and get in touch with your creative side. Download these files, print off or colour in digitally and live your best life with your fiercest felt tips! Take your time, enjoy getting creative and remind yourself, we are all in this together. New sheets are up WEEKLY and announced on my Instagram.
I'm not paid to provide these sheets and I do them in my spare time, but if you'd like to tip me, then please donate to NHS Charities Together. A national membership organisation for NHS charities that represent, support and champion the work of more than 140 member charities. Every little helps.
When you're doing your colouring in, and adding love, kindness and tender loving care to these prints, ask
yourself if you're applying that level attention and self-love to YOURSELF. Make sure, at the same time, you're colouring yourself with kindness.
Use #DomAndInkColouringInClub to share your work on Instagram you awesome human @domandink.
PS - SCROLL TO THE BOTTOM FOR LATEST SHEETS
NHS MILLION POSTER PROJECT
CLAP FOR THE NHS
BE KIND & STAY HOME
I've teamed up with Impulse London - the gay men's sexual and mental health organisation to bring you these queer-a-licious colouring in sheets! COMPETITION - Download/Print these sheets (bonus points if you add your own inspirational quote for the first one), post them on social and tag @domandink and @impulselondon to enter!
3 WINNERS will be chosen at random on Tuesday 26th May at 5PM and will receive a years subscription to @calm app!
ADD A QUOTE
WAYS TO COPE
HUN ALERT! I've partnered with Skinny Dip and Jade Thirlwall for their big new collaboration! I've created these EXCLUSIVE colouring in sheets for you to download and colour in! Whether you're using felt tips or digital ones, make sure you serve these up with some HOT WASABI! SHOP the range here. #SkinnyDipxJade
SIDE EYE SAINT
BLACK TRANS LIVES MATTER
Show your support for the trans community by printing these off, sticking them in your window, on your car or on your fence. Or add them to a piece of cardboard to make a protest sign.