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Mystic Mandalas 29 and 30

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clueliss

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Behold, the final 2 mystic mandalas.  This completes this.book.  my usual cheap colored pencils.  

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clueliss

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I already have a color book (or 3) at work but also migrated Lost Ocean to work (I seem to do a lot of meditative coloring during lunch at the office - and it is better for my employment than screaming at folks).  I started something in it today.  Although those books make me cross eyed and give me hand cramps so I go in small bits.  

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I finally bought a box of prismacolours and am dying to try them out. I haven't coloured anything since spring and am looking forward to starting up again. I don't colour at work as it wouldn't be enough to keep me from screaming - it's better for all if I leave the premises and walk like a bat out of hell for 30 minutes or so every day:my_confused:

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Curious

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Yay you. I admire your perseverance! I have yet to finish one complete book and I just catalogued all my coloring books and I have about 120. That includes kids coloring books though

 

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