A fun and fairly easy black and white line drawing with the humorous quote "I'd rather color than cook" for coloring devotees of all ages. The lines are dark and thick enough for ease of coloring for children, the elderly and those with disabilities. The design also provides enough interest for avid adult coloring fans and features the coloring tools of markers, pens, pencils and crayons as the accent. Designed and illustrated by Pop Art Diva. This illustration will provide hours of coloring enjoyment and a little bit of humor to make an interesting coloring session. It will also explain why the kitchen is taken over by coloring supplies instead of cooking supplies!
A fun choice for coloring parties or events, this image can also be reduced to print on cards as a gift you can mail to another coloring addict.
Perfect for coloring with colored pencils, markers, crayons, pastels. It is recommended you print on a card stock or suitably heavy white paper. Printable watercolor papers are also available for home printers for those who wish to color with watercolors!
This is an original illustration, hand drawn in ink by Pop Art Diva then digitally retouched to produce a clean, professional coloring image for your coloring enjoyment.
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This download contains 1 PDF file compatible to print at A4 and US 8.5" X 11" letter size.
Image is a high quality print at 300 dpi.
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