Valentine’s Elephant Coloring Page
On a recent trip to the LEGO® Store, I noticed that the Build-a-Mini station had been updated. Among the plethora of new parts were the pieces required to build a pink Valentine’s Day elephant. This Minifigure costume is a re-color of the Elephant Girl character from series 18. However, this one is all decked out in festive colors to celebrate the most romantic holiday of the year. I decided to use this character in my Valentine’s banners for the month. Consequently, I had to draw the Minifigure, which also allowed me to turn it into a Valentine’s Elephant coloring page for you!
Remember that the True North Bricks Minifigure coloring contest ends on Valentine’s Day 2020. As this post hits the net, you have less than a week to enter. However, you now have one more possible coloring page to use for your entry! Click here to read more about the contest.
Download the Valentine’s Elephant coloring page:
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Building with LEGO® bricks is one of the methods that I use to bring down my stress levels. Another great tool is coloring. Coloring relaxes the amygdala. That is the part of your brain associated with fear. Consequently, coloring is a great form of stress and anxiety relief. In addition, coloring exercises both hemispheres of your brain. Staying in the lines requires logic (left side of the brain), and picking colors insights creativity (right side of the brain). I combine my enjoyment of drawing and coloring with my love for LEGO® Minifigures and bricks with these coloring pages.
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