Reminisce on your struggles and look to the future with success in your eyes as you color this Never Forget Where You Came From Motivational Coloring Page.
Let’s Color the Never Forget Where You Came From Motivational Coloring Sheet
As our route leads us to greener pastures, remembering our past challenges allows us to empathize with those who are now experiencing that phase. It enables us to treat them with kindness and gentleness. It’s also crucial to avoid allowing our past to define us. So go ahead and color this Never Forget Where You Came From Motivational Coloring page.
How to Use the Never Forget Where You Came From Motivational Coloring Page
There are a lot of ways to use this coloring page, but here are some of our favorites:
- Make your own envelope to personalize every letter. You can utilize an envelope template kit or disassemble a ready-made envelope to use as a template.
- Decorate a tray using this coloring page. You can check out this page to see how to do it.
- One of my favorite ways to use coloring pages is to make lovely postcards. To make the postcard pictured above more robust, simply mount the page on a blank note card. Then use gold glitter stickers to add “Hello.” Isn’t it adorable?
- Create a storage container. This is a great idea to repurpose an empty can or other container into inexpensive storage!
- Inspire and motivate yourself by putting this lovely page in a frame. Then, hang it on your wall to keep you motivated all day. You can also check out other sheets from our Adult coloring collection.
What to Use with This Coloring Page
Coloring isn’t a “left” or “right” brain activity. It’s a task that works both hemispheres of the brain, similar to a “whole brain” workout. When you color, you use your “creative side” of the brain to choose artistic color combinations and bring aesthetic balance to the artwork. You do, however, employ their frontal lobe for attention and organizing ideas. So, enjoy this hobby and start exercising your imagination.
While we encourage you to use the coloring tools you like best, here are some of our favorites.
- Colored Pencil – Colored pencils allow you to interact with your coloring page in a tactile way. The slow dragging of a colored pencil against the grain of a nicely weighted piece of paper may be a relaxing experience in and of itself. A colored pencil is an excellent coloring tool to generate rich depth and a smooth, pleasant feel.
- Colored Markers – Markers produce sharp, clean color bodies. The great level of saturation from ink flowing over the paper is the principal coloring feature of markers. Markers provide a high level of consistency in each stroke. Markers are the greatest option for artists looking for a consistent color palette.