Ready for grownup coloring books that bridge the gap between challenging you and making you feel like a kid again? These books are chock-full of designs that will make you either nostalgic or giddy! Some of these coloring books for adults will take you down memory lane featuring cartoon characters and designs that were classic favorites as a kid, while other books are newer modern characters that you’ve been singing along with for months! Either way, you’ll love these challenging designs meant for adults that well help you color your stress away while still feeling like a kid. Check out the fun books on this list!
7 Grownup Coloring Books For The Kid At Heart
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Art of Coloring: Moana
You’re welcome… for showing you this fun coloring book! I’ve been singing the songs from Moana ever since I saw the movie, so I might as well create some fun art while I hum! Check out all one hundred images in this fun Art of Coloring: Moana.
Art of Coloring: Muppets
Kermit, Gonzo, and Miss Piggy are back again in the Art of Coloring: Muppets, and are ready to help you laugh and unwind with your colored pencils! This fab coloring book for grownups literally just released a few weeks ago, but the designs are fun and I need to add it to my own collection!
Kickin’ It Old School Coloring Book (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
Love pizza, damp sewers, and ninja moves? You’re going to flip over this Kickin’It Old School: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles coloring book for grownups! You’ll find inside forty-seven different designs, plus the title page can also be colored. Designs include a mixture of classic and a few more modern looking prints of the TMNT crew. This book I going to be fun, and the turtles come to life in detailed designs.
Trolls: It’s Color Time
I have to preface this by saying I am a huge Trolls fan. I loved Trolls when I was a child, and I absolutely love the new movie. So when I had a chance to get a Troll’s themed coloring book full of more detailed drawings for adults, I was more than excited to flip open the book. Don’t miss out on this one, you’ll feel hug time right between the pages.
The Splat: Coloring the ’90s
If “The Splat” doesn’t quite ring a bell, some of these show names just might. Did you watch Rocko’s Modern Life, Hey Arnold or Ren and Stimpy? This book is packed full of forty-seven designs from some of your favorite nineties Nickelodeon cartoons! Cue the nostalgia for Splat: Coloring The 90’s!
Where’s Waldo? The Coloring Book
Get your red and white pencils ready, this book is fun! The classic Where’s Waldo puzzles get twice as challenging when you make everything black and white! Choose to simply color in Waldo or his entire detailed scenery! I’ve noticed several people in the reviews tried purchasing this book for children and wondered why it was too complicated, but this book is so much detailed fun for adults!
SpongeBob’s Very Grown-Up Coloring Book
Fans of Spongebob will be over the moon to discover you can color his pineapple under the sea in Spongebob’s Very Grownup Coloring Book! This book is full of forty-seven pages, with twenty-four of them being detailed illustrations and the rest being more repeated pattern designs that feature Spongebob themes. Don’t be mistaken though, this book is both detailed and fun!
Art of Coloring: Disney Animals
Need another reason to love Disney? Relive some of your favorite classic Disney movies with Art of Coloring: Disney Animals. Between the one hundred pages full of designs, you’ll find so many fun animals including animal heroes, sidekicks, and even a few villains! Expect this book to be very detailed, but lots of fun!
The Dr. Seuss Coloring Book
Oh The Places You’ll Go with this fun Dr. Seuss coloring book! His beautiful book is packed full of designs from Horton Hear’s A Who, The Lorax, The Cat and The Hat and more. The designs in this book are a little less intricate but still plenty of fun to color as you pick between the forty-six images and repeating patterns that feature Seuss characters and quotes.
So which of these grownup coloring books would you like to color? Tell me your favorites in the comments!