Color Me Badd: Our Roundup of Coloring Books
When it comes to color, no decade was as loud and proud as the ’90s. So if you find your life is lacking in a little fuchsia and electric green, grab your box of scented markers and throw it back with our roundup of nostalgic coloring books. Whether you’re coloring inside the lines or embracing scribble scrabble, these five picks put the “arty” in “party.”
The Splat: Coloring the ’90s
The characters and stories of Nickelodeon’s ’90s cartoons made a big, gooey, orange impression on an entire generation. Celebrating these classics in totally dope detail, this book provides pages of Ren & Stimpy, Hey Arnold!, Rocko’s Modern Life, Rugrats, and more for you to color in (as you remember when…).
Betty Turbo’s Hey Girl, The ’90s Called: A Coloring Book
The ’90s were awesome. And awkward. And at times, awesomely awkward. Embracing the whack and woogity woogity woogity of the decade, this collection of color-able ’90s girls portraits features faces you’ll recognize from Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Sister Sister, Blossom, Twin Peaks, 90210, Parker Lewis Can’t Lose, Party Girl, Party of Five, Saved by the Bell, and more!
The 1990s Coloring Book
Chill out and color in with this blast from the past. Celebrating the movies, fashion, music, and TV from the ’90s, this book is your no-duh go-to. Packed cover-to-cover with fly drawings and trivia, The 1990s Coloring Book is all about the most bomb-diggity decade.