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Caillou (it's her nickname, it means pebble in French) is currently preparing a diploma in visual communication.
She likes to create all types of coloring pages : characters, abstract designs, Mandalas, Zentangles drawings ... but what she adores the most to work on is animals ! especially Dogs and Cats.
Her drawings are always very original and loaded with elegant and complex patterns.
Let’s enter in her world and color her creations …
Mandala with various symbols : Om, Yin and Yang ... A coloring page full a peace
The Hamsa Hand is an ancient Middle Eastern amulet symbolizing the Hand of God. It brings its owner happiness, luck, health, and good fortune.
Pretty witch Pusheen in her manor preparing a magic potion for Halloween
Frightening Haunted mansion, with a witch and a zombie
Color this scary skull, surrounded by pumpkins, with in background : coffins and bats
Pusheen the cat disguised as Santa Claus
Find inner peace with this coloring page featuring various Zen symbols, including the 'Om'.
Girl dreaming of a journey in space with her cat. Through the porthole of her shuttle, she sees : a rocket, the moon, the Earth, an asteroid, Saturn, an Astronaut, and pretty bright stars
Color this Pusheen pizza, with a background full of junk food stuffs
Delicious Ice creams with Pusheen's head, cakes and candy
Color this "Wolf Woman" and all the roses and feathers that surround her
These little Maneki Neko kneeling on a bigger one are too cute ... Add them some colors !
Mayan parrot head with beautiful patterns around (Aztec / Mayan style)
Wyvern: a legendary creature with a dragon head and wings.
The balance of Yin & Yang in a drawing with a dragon filled with harmonious patterns
Garden with pretty butterflies, ladybugs and a cat contemplating the flowers
French bulldog and his small muscular body filled with pretty patterns
A skull full of insects, flowers and birds looking straight out of a peaceful meadow
Lion, crocodile & skull
Coloring page inspired by a textile design (CFA Voysey, England, 1897)