Sunday, July 1, 2018

Relax and Unwind with a New Scratch & Create Book from The Quarto Group!




Scratch and create is the newest form of art therapy for adults! Reconnect with your creativity, reduce stress, and unwind form a long day by scratching your artistic itch with Enchanted Animals.

With the included stylus, you can embark immediately on your scratch and create journey with this book. When your meditation is complete, you will have charming work of art to display and share—and each page is perforated for easy removal.

My Thoughts:




One of my favorite activities growing up has been coloring and scratch art! When adult coloring books became the latest in meditative practices and stress relief, I was certainly excited to rekindle my love for the projects! Scratch & Draw Enchanted Animals by Marisa Redondo was right up my alley with these designs! I adore animals, nature, as well as abstract designs that have a little magic and mysticism to them. I couldn't wait to create with this book! 

As the description states:

Scratch & Draw Enchanted Animals
by Marisa Redondo
Paperback, 20 pages
US $19.99, CAN $25.99
9781631595110
Rockport Publishers

Scuff, scrape, and scratch dark metallic coating away to create inspirational and decorative illustrations of rabbits and dandelions, raccoons, owls, foxes, and a whole forest of enchanting wildlife.

Here is the rough draft of one of the projects I've been working on in the book! I found the creative designs to be fun, easy to follow, and extremely unique. Each scratch page has a different color and they're easy to draw on with the stylus included. Hours of fun for everyone, adults and children alike! I'm excited to bring this book into my classroom for my art students to try! I know they'll love it as much as I do!

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5 comments:

alissa apel said...

My youngest son loves how to draw books. I should check this out!

Amy Drazen said...

I loved doing scratch drawings as a kid. This looks really awesome. Brings back great memories.

Margaret said...

I think this looks like a fun way to draw. I am sharing with my grands to see if they like the idea.

Edye Nicole said...

I'd love this book! :D

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VickieC said...

my older grandkids would have fun with this book