166*365: Turning Your Dog Photos into Coloring Pages

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Are you looking for a fun summer activity for young dog lovers? Converting photos into printable coloring pages is pretty easy and definitely fun.

I used Photoshop to transform this photo of Irie into the coloring image below. There’s a good tutorial here about using Photoshop for this process; it’s not complicated (and I’m definitely not a Photoshop whiz!)

If you don’t have Photoshop, here’s another tutorial that uses the online editor Pixlr to generate very similar coloring pages. And Crayola has an app for $1.99 in the iTunes store to create your own coloring pages, too!

 

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  • Sjgilbert

    I have photoshop..  I am going to try this for the triple grandchildren.  They love to color.