Something for a wet long weekend. Happy Easter. Click here to download and print.
Enjoyed the free colouring sheet? Check out the set of 5 funny postcards. Here.
It’s that time of year again… So, here’s a little present for you. Something to do during the Christmas holidays. Cut out and colour Mr Badger and Mr Bear looking smart in their Christmas jumpers. Hang them on your tree or use them as gift tags or give them to your friends.. Click here to download the printable PDF.
Now you can colour and cut out Mr Badger and Mr Bear!
If you would like your animals to hang, stick a piece of folded ribbon or cord to the inside and then glue back and front together.
As usual, please feel free to share this free thing but remember the copyright for these images belongs to Jools Wilson and you may not use them for any profit making activity.
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Thank you x
I’m busy working on a new project that will be revealed soon…ish. Well, not soon. Sometime. In the meantime, I’ve made a few new things, had some things made, and drawn lots of silly things.
I’ve had lovely teatowels screen printed:
And made a couple of illustrations for Inkology.co.uk…
….click on the link to read fun kids poems by Dom Conlon.
This week I’ve been drawing animals in jumpers…
…using pen, coloured pencil and watercolour pencil. I thought they would make fun brooches..
I’m going to use the images for prints and cards and a few other things. The brooches are available on my Etsy shop, BearsGetCrafty. Also, as they I enjoyed colouring them in so much, I thought I’d share the fun… Click here to download the colouring sheet.
….that I’ve made recently for my friend, Dom Conlon, over on Inkology.co.uk.
Click on the title to read the poem.
I have illustrated a fabulous nonsense poem by Dom Conlon. Here’s my drawing before I added colour. The animals are pretty fantastical. What colours do you think they should be?
Click on the image to download and print out the free colouring sheet, then visit inkology.co.uk to read the poem and see how I coloured it in.
Dr Dribble is a thoroughly despicable doctor. He is the invention of Dom Conlon. You can read about his terrible ways at Inkology.co.uk or click on the picture above to go straight to the animated version and hear and see Dom reading the first Dr Dribble poem.
Pictures by me.
If you enjoyed that, don’t forget to check out ‘Whale Eggs‘ for more animated silliness.
And don’t forget to keep paying attention, there will be more dreadful doctorings coming up soon. x
I’m busy drawing some new illustrations for the poem ‘Where Do Your Parents Go At Night?’ by Dom Conlon. I’ll show you those when they are all finished. In the meantime, I’ve made this colouring sheet based on one of my new drawings. Just click on the picture above to go to Inkology.co.uk and download the colouring sheet for free!
Don’t forget to show me or Dom the results! And let your kids colour it too. x