It’s the last Saturday of 2017, so let’s have an easy and meditative project for today: Pokémon coloring pages from Winding Paths Art. Have a look at a few of our favorites. Each picture is a link to the page on windingpathsart.com where you can print the design.
Winding Paths Art has quite a lot of different Pokémon coloring ages. If your kid wants to color a specific Pokémon, they probably have it available.
This is a very simple project, good for the cold, wintry days this time of year. All that is required is a printer and black ink. For those who are in need of colored pencils (or are ready to upgrade from Crayola pencils which can be hard to sharpen), here are a couple of links to the Prismacolor pencils we like. For school use, the 24 Count Pencil set works great, but if you have an artist in the family you might want to have the range of colors available in something like 72 Count Pencil set.
If you’re looking for other coloring projects, try these RiME coloring pages. Also, check out Mom’s the Gamer’s Pinterest Video Game Crafts board for more pages. Enjoy the last weekend of 2017 and as always Happy Crafting!