There’s still time to get that Halloween fix before the date actually arrives. If you’ve got nothing spooky to color and you’ve been itching to get your fingers onto a creepy tome, here are some slightly different ideas for you:
A whole lot a big eyed zombie dolls. The images are deceptively simple, with quite a lot of undetailed space for you to add your own creepy touches.
Misfits – A Coloring book
Monstrous Mandalas by Christina McAlister – mandalas featuring mummy’s, witches, skulls and Godzilla, among other things.
Enchanted Halloween which is a much sweeter little book. Cute girls being just a little naughty when they’re getting their Halloween kit on.
Or if you just want one or two pages to tide you over to the rapidly approaching Christmas season, these are beautiful and instantly downloadable.
Skulls and pumpkins are intricately and delicately woven into gorgeous pictures in this pack by MarkieAnnCreative
MindfulResource has some of the most intricate and adorable spooky coloring pages I’ve seen. There is so much tiny detail, these guys are going to take you a WHILE to complete, but at the end you’ll have your own “where’s Wally?” image.
And what Halloween coloring session would be complete without the iconic Frankenstein. Lizzie Love of OddBallArtCo has an adorable Frankenstien complete with a teenage scowl and a boyband hairdo.
I hope you find something among these little treats that tickles your fancy.
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