4 Cool Ways to Show Off Your Finished Coloring Pages

As an avid or casual colorist, you may have wondered what to do with your completed coloring pages.

Surely, you want to glance at them regularly to reminisce the moments you spent coloring – whether alone or with your community. You want to hold on to that earned sense of joy and gratitude at how coloring may have led you to make peace with yourself and others and be on your way to healing.  

And, yes, there is this thing called pride in your creativity and having completed a masterpiece.  

Is there a way to bask in that pride for much longer?

How can they continue to inspire you? 

How can you show them off (if that’s what you want)?

How can you maintain this connection with your finished art pieces on an ongoing basis?

How about giving them a makeover or a new home?

Certainly, they can’t remain incognito in the pages of your coloring books. Soon, they’d be forgotten and end up in your stockroom, garage, donation bin, if not in the trash can. That would be spell T-R-A-G-E-D-Y and D-I-S-A-S-T-E-R. 

Well, rejoice! It’s not the end of the world. There are plenty of ways to show off your work and if you have rights to brand them (as what PLR content provides), then you may leverage them for added income.  

4 Cools Ways to Show Off Your Coloring Pages

Here are simple ways to fix your situation:

First, Hang on Your Wall or Art Gallery

This is the simplest way to showcase your finished coloring pages. Frame them and hang them on your wall. If you want, create an art gallery to share with your family. If space is a concern, you always have the option of switching the pages out as new colored pages come in. 

 Second, Create Cards 

You can create cards from your finished colored designs for all sorts of occasions – wedding, engagement, graduation, birthday, anniversary, housewarming, retirement, among others.

But then, who said that cards are merely for special occasions? Why not give them to say thank you, to celebrate a friendship, or for no reason at all?

Creating cards from your colored pages is simple – just in half for that old-fashioned, handmade look. If you want a more professional look, you could always photograph, scan and plug each one into a card creator or app.

Third, Make Bookmarks

You usually keep bookmarks for yourself but, hey, why not give them as gifts?

To create your bookmarks, cut your colored pages into bookmark sizes and shape. To avoid ripping, tearing and discoloration, you need to laminate them. After all, you want them to last for as long as possible.

Fourth, Use as Gift Wraps 

For something small to gift to someone, why not wrap it in one of your coloring pages! That’s a fun and creative way to wrap presents, isn’t it? You may also use them to wrap giveaway souvenirs for parties that you’re hosting. That would be cool.  

What do you think of these possible uses for your colored pages?

Have you done any of these?

Would you consider doing any one of them? 

Let me know what you think in the comments section below.  

 

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4 thoughts on “4 Cool Ways to Show Off Your Finished Coloring Pages

  1. My son and I enjoy coloring as well and he also enjoys drawing and I have a lot of items he made and now I have some ways to use them from making Bookmarks to give as Gifts to turning our work into Wrapping Paper so thank you.

    • You’re welcome, Glenda! I have kept boxes of my children’s doodles and handwriting from when they were at pre-school. Many of them are worthy of converting to designs for shirts, mugs, bags, fonts, and more. I’m thinking of doing a tutorial when I find the time. Now, all three are in their teens and, except for my daughter who does art every day, it’s gotten harder to let them sit and draw. Also, they no longer have that special texture in their strokes that kids do.

      Thanks for coming!

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