Happy September! The start of another month means it is time for another new free coloring sheet. It is my way of saying “thank you” to all of you who stop by and visit me here. This month’s coloring sheet was inspired by a fun text conversation with my sweet friend Debi Adams.
Debi is one of the best cheerleaders ever. We often chat about things we are dreaming of and the places we hope to see our art go. When we have these chats, she often says “Go big or go home!”.
I think about the phrase often as I daydream about where I want to go next with my art. It is easy to feel disappointed when it all doesn’t happen as fast as you want. It is easy to want to give up or give in to the feelings of not being good enough, to compare myself to others who are living that Big Dream. Giving up isn’t going to get you (me) there though. This week I battled the “not good enough” monster a lot. I gave in to thinking the Big Dream would never happen because I don’t have what it takes. UGH! I hate when I feel like that! Feeling all of those things is natural, it is human nature, but it certainly isn’t GOING BIG and that is what I have vowed to do!
So here it is, my public vow, I am going after some big dreams. I am telling myself I am good enough and that I deserve it! I am going to GO Big, giving up and going home isn’t an option. What about you? What is your Big Dream? (Mine is to see my art on stationery, greeting cards and home decor.)
Note that the color image above is my original first draft. The actual coloring page is shown in the top black and white photo.
To download the page, simply click on the following link, right-click on the image and save to your computer. The file is large so it may take a moment or two to load. The image is 8.5″x11″ Hey Girl Go Big or Go Home FREE Coloring Page | personal use only | www.tammytutterow.com
- You can view all my free coloring pages here: Coloring Pages.
- You can view my coloring pages for sale in my three shops: My Gumroad shop, My Craftsy shop, and My Etsy shop.
- You can find products with my colored finished art here: Tammy Tutterow at Society6 and Tammy Tutterow at RedBubble.
PS. For those of you who wondered what paper and printer I use so that I can color with Copics- I print using a Canon imageCLASS LBP6230dw Wireless Laser Printer. It is a black ink only laser printer that does a great job and can be purchased for under $100. I print on Neenah Solar White Classic Crest #80 Cardstock. (Amazon links)