I love summer. I love sunny days, hot weather, and everything else that sun, moon, and stars can bring to my life. Sun and moon coloring pages are a great way to add some fun to your summer reading.
I am a person who likes to color sun and moon images. My most recent summer project was painting sun and moon photos from the Moon landing images. The technique I used is simple: paint on a black background first and then add the sun and moon images. It took a lot of practice to get perfect results. The end result looks like this. The next time you’re in the mood for some sun and moon, check out our collection of coloring pages for your favorite characters and planets.
We will definitely have more on that in the future, but in the meantime, check out these pages of our latest summer projects, and then click on the links in the description to go to the original pages.
Our summer projects in general will continue to be well curated and we hope you enjoy them as much as we have. But if you have a specific question, we’re always more than happy to answer it. Just ask.
We will definitely have more on the coloring pages in the future, but in the meantime, you can check out the original pages here.
The summer of 2016 is fast coming to a close, and we hope you’ve enjoyed your summer.
In an age where technology has made it easier than ever for people to share links, it seems strange to see a new trend emerge around coloring pages. But, as we all know, we all want to share as much of our creative endeavors as we can. Our summer projects will continue to be well curated and we hope you enjoy them as much as we have. But if you have a specific question, were always more than happy to answer it. Just ask.
Since we don’t use Facebook or Twitter, we aren’t able to get in touch with our users, but we would love to know what your summer projects are up to.
We’ve also learned that a lot of people use a link exchange to find a community of their own. That’s a great thing. It’s the easiest way to get to know a bunch of people and to see what they’re up to, without actually having to talk to them face to face.