PDF Dala Horses Colouring Book, Wooden Horse, Dalarna, Swedish Dala Horse, Dala, Sweden, Coloring Book, Coloring, TheSwedishFlicka

PDF Dala Horses Colouring Book, Wooden Horse, Dalarna, Swedish Dala Horse, Dala, Sweden, Coloring Book, Coloring, TheSwedishFlicka

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LEGALITIES ON copyrighted PDF:
These Dala Pages are for your personal use only and not to be mass produced or sold.

This 'Dala Colouring Book' is copyrighted material and may only used for the intended purpose of a single use in one household.
© Felicia B. & Frances B. and The Swedish Flicka & France Illustration 2017.

Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this site’s author and/or owner is strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Felicia B. and The Swedish Flicka with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.
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Note: Click on this link if you would prefer to order an actual colouring book mailed to you:

LINK: https://www.etsy.com/listing/513798093/dala-colouring-bookwooden-horse?ref=shop_home_active_1


You can print this PDF Colouring Book out on your own personal home computer OR office computer OR your favourite local printers can receive the file you send OR you can have The Swedish Flicka send you an actual book style bound hard copy to enjoy.



DETAILS:

🌀 25- original full-page illustrations
🌀 One-sided printing on premium white paper designed specifically for colouring with coloured pencils or markers.
🌀 8.5 x 11 inches


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SO WHY DO YOU WANT TO COLOUR?

Because colouring isn't just for children; it has been proven to be also beneficial for adults and young adults too. Generating wellness and quietness, as well as stimulating the brain areas relate to the senses an d creativity, people across the globe are enjoying this simple form of art therapy. By concentrating on a straightforward task and allowing you to complete creative freedom, you will soon find your body and mind feeling less stressed!

Our detailed and intricate line drawings offer complexity to engage your brain, yet simplicity, in that there are no rules or even guidelines; you are completely free to choose what comes next!

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We decided that since there were no other Dala Horse Colouring books around, we would take this opportunity to create the first of its kind! We are just so pleased to share it with everyone! This is a unique colouring book and we will love to hear your feedback if you have any suggestions on future colouring book ideas for Swedish style folk art.

The Dala horse is a symbol of Sweden. It has a sentimental place in the hearts of many Scandinavians representing strength, faithfulness, wisdom and dignity.

STORY OF THE DALA HORSE:

A Dalecarlian horse or Dala horse (Swedish: Dalahäst) is a traditional carved, painted wooden horse statuette originating in Swedish province Dalarna (Dalecarlia). In the old days the Dalecarlian horse was mostly used as a toy for children; in modern times it has become a symbol of Dalarna, as well as Sweden in general. Several different types of Dalecarlian horses are made, with distinguishing features common to the locality of the site where they are produced. One particular style has, however, become much more common and widespread than others. It is stoutly carved and painted bright red with details and a harness in white, green, yellow and blue.

Interestingly, today, many of the villages in Dalarna county make Dala horses with individual styles representing the district of origin. These horses also have distinctive shapes and often come in different sizes. Some horses like the Nusnäs horse are stocky work horses; others are lean and upright with stately countenance like the Rättvik horse.

Dala Horses are a lot of fun for a horse lovers and anyone who adores folk art.

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