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Caturday: Artist Lyn Phillips

Today’s Caturday artist is Lyn Phillips.

This Curator Coloring used Copic markers on copy paper. The background was created with a stencil and the following Tim Holtz Distress Ink pads: Antique Linen, Peeled Paint, and Mustard Seed.

Caturday artist Lyn Phillips at Vintage Coloring

 

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Caturday: Artist Sassy Colouring

Today’s Caturday artist is Sassy Colouring.

This Curator Coloring used Copic markers on copy paper for the main illustration, and pan pastels for the background. Page was sealed using a 5″ x 7 ” gelli plate (though Curator Prime is moving up to a 12″ x 14″ gelli plate for better ease of application) and PP matte.

zen cats by sassy colouring colored by heidi berthiaume for vintage coloring caturday

 

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Caturday: Artist Collette Fergus

Today’s Caturday artist is Collette Fergus. This Curator Coloring used Copic markers on copy paper.

caturday art by collette fergus colored by vintage coloring

 

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Caturday is Coming (Again)

caturday artist katherine simpson colored by vintage coloring

A new version of Caturday is coming to Vintage Coloring in May 2018.

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Presenting an excerpt from Book of Cats and Dogs, and Other Friends, for Little Folks (1894) by James Johnnot which tells the story of today’s Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page.

“Hey, diddle, diddle,
The cat and the fiddle,
The cow jumped over the moon;
The little dog laughed
To see the witch-craft,
the dish ran away with the spoon.”

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This image is given freely unto you for your personal use. Print, color, share, post (with a link back to www.vintagecoloring.com if you would be so kind) – any of those actions in isolation or combination. This image is not to be sold nor placed upon images that are sold. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated.


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Hereby presenting the caption for an illustration from Harper’s Young People (1885), today’s Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page.

“Peek-a-boo! I see you hiding there. Peek-a-boo! Come from behind the chair.”

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Cat and Mouse - a free Vintage Coloring page

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Hereby presenting an excerpt from Happy Holidays (1921) by Frances G. Wickes. It tells the story of today’s Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page which is an illustration by Gertrude Kay.

An’ jest den de door open agin an’ in comes a GREAT BIG GRAY THOMAS CAT. An’ he set hisself down by de fire, an’ he wash his face wid his one paw –like dis; an’ he wash his face wid his udder paw –like dat; an’ he hump up his back an’ he let out two terrible screeches an’ he say, “Shall I bite him now?”

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Halloween Black Cat - free Vintage Coloring page

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Hereby presenting an excerpt from The Entirely New Cynic’s Calendar of Revised Wisdom for 1905 by Ethel Watts Mumford, Oliver Herford, and Addison Mizner, which was the last bit of advice placed opposite the illustration for today’s Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page.

“Shut your mouth
and open your eyes –
And you’ll need nothing
to make you wise.”

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Two cats and a statue - a free Vintage Coloring Page

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Hereby presenting an excerpt from the entry “Find the Favorite” from The Book of Joyous Children (1902) by James Whitcomb Riley. It tells the story of today’s Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page which is an illustration by J. W. Vawter.

“Mowgli’s all his name—the same
Me an’ Muvver took
Like the Wolf-Child’s other name.
In ‘The Jungul Book.’

I bet Mowgli’s the smartest cat
In the world!—He ‘s not
White, but mousy-plush, with that
Smoky gloss he’s got!”

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Girl and Favorite Cat - a free Vintage Coloring pageThis image is given freely unto you for your personal use. Print, color, share, post (with a link back to www.vintagecoloring.com if you would be so kind) – any of those actions in isolation or combination. This image is not to be sold nor placed upon images that are sold. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated.

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Hereby presenting an excerpt from The Book of Hallowe’en (1919) by Ruth Edna Kelley, A. M. It tells the story of today’s Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page which is an illustration by Arthur Rackham.

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