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The 2017 Weekly Planner Doodle Art Coloring Book is now available on the publisher’s website and will soon be available on Amazon. (Update: It’s now on Amazon!) But I didn’t want to wait another minute to share because I’m running an early bird sale for two weeks only.

 

Through Nov 25th, get it for $7.50.
Regular price $9.50.

 

2017 weekly planner doodle art coloring book

My personal copy is on its way. As soon as I get it, I’ll share more pictures.

I plan to use mine as a journal since I’ve already got about a gazillion things in my online calendar and I can access that anywhere. This book will be a great way to make a brief note each day about significant events in my life. It removes the weight of spending hours writing out the events of the day like I did in my teens. (Ever go back and read old journals? Oy.) This weekly journal will help me note one or two items from each day that mean something to me. I’ll also be focusing on the positive. This dark mind needs some light. 😉

How do you plan on using yours?

I mentioned in my last post that this would be ready soon. It’s in review with the publisher and should be ready within days!! I can’t wait. Raise your hand if you’re excited too. 🙂

2017 weekly planner doodle art coloring book

53 unique doodle art drawings to add to or color! I’ll also be sharing color scheme inspiration each month here on the blog so follow me! 😀

PS It’s here!

I’m working on a new doodle art coloring book and I need your help so that I can choose the best paper type. I was originally going to try to incorporate a weekly calendar but in order to have the coloring pages big enough, the calendar would be gigantic. I welcome any of your thoughts or suggestions on this project.

Maybe it was just my horrible day that went into the naming of this one… OK it definitely was. Anyway I hope you all had a great day. It was amazingly beautiful weather here today at least. And now that I’ve had some time for my doodle therapy, I’m feeling much better.

Don't Suffocate Me doodle drawing by Heidi Denney