Meg Cowley Art colouring pages Etsy &Amazon Review 2

Hi there everyone! recently in the Coloring co-op group, I found an artist that shock horror, I knew NOTHING about! she even comes from the same country as me! I’m really happy I found her designs as they are absolutely stunning. I’ve had the chance to colour two of the pages from her NEWEST book, The Inspiring Colouring Book, and I really enjoyed myself. They incorporate motivational quotes with gorgeous botanical artwork that is calming to colour, and look really beautiful, with  really nice crisp linework.

She is definitely a talented artist, and I think you will definitely find something you’d like to colour in her etsy store!

Even better, if you can’t afford a whole book (the book these pages are from can also  be found on amazon in both full, AND pocket sized editions, if you prefer to have a real, tangible book to add to your collection)

just click on the pictures, to check them out….


she has a fantastic etsy shop, stocked with single pages from this, (The Inspiring colouring book) and pages from her other colouring books, along with full PDF downloadable copies of  four of her colouring books, to print and colour at your leisure. Her store is clearly laid out and really easy to navigate, but I’m sure you will like to take a long leisurely wander through her categories, to find all the goodies!

The four titles available in PDF format on Etsy are named ;

The exotic colouring book– 30 pages of gorgeous exotic creatures

Fantasy Creatures colouring book– with 25 fantasy beings to colour

The Inspiring colouring book– 20 pages of gorgeous botanical designs and motivational quotes

and the Calm Colouring book which is 28 pages worth of gorgeous calming mandalas to colour!

-she does have other books available, just not on Etsy, so be sure to check her out on Amazon too!


This page I coloured using copic markers, and a white prismacolor pencil for highlighting areas! I decided to use purples and pinks as they are a couple of my favourite colours, with the addition of green for foliage, and grey stripes in the lettering!


on this page, I laid the base down using copic markers, and then used prismacolor pencils to further shade and add colour tones – I also used a white gel pen to add some shiny highlights! I thought making this page autumnal (fall to the american followers I have here) would be a challenge, and being perfectly honest, I had NO idea how it would turn out. I’m pleasantly pleased by the finished page, and hope you like it too!

any of the pages from this book would look awesome framed and put up in your office/work area/ home to remind you of all the wonderful things you can do. It’s certainly uplifted me, both in colouring the pages, and having them to look at afterwards.

Thank you Meg fro the beautiful artwork to colour, and I have a feeling more of your pages may be joining them in the not too distant future!

bye for now


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About rachel Gillham

I'm a twenty something mad cat lady, with a rescue cat and a passion for all things crafting... You can often find me tinkering with one or other of my machines, making cards, vinyl decals for items, or doodling quietly.

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These are gorgeously colored pages. I love Meg’s work too. Thanks for explaining how you colored them!