If you like flowers, you'll love coloring in these lovely arrangements. The 35 designs include different arrangements, flowers in cups and baskets, deserts and grasslands. There is a nice range of complexity and detail, so it is appropriate for all levels of colorists. While there are some really beautiful drawings, there does seem to be a bit of filler. It appears that some designs are reused by stretching/reformatting/cropping, and/or by taking a piece of a design and using it to fill another page. There are a few uninteresting wallpaper pages. Some of the designs go into the binding.
There is quite a lot of detail on most pages, but even if you are more advanced, don't be put off by the simpler designs. Take the opportunity to develop shading and layering techniques in the bigger areas. Check out our coloring Tips & Tricks videos if you need some help with those techniques.
The book is printed on black-backed pages, in a standard 8.5" x 11" format for framing. Paper quality is nothing special, so in spite of the black backing, you'll want to be careful with gel pens and markers (using backing page or board). Pages are not perforated.
The pages are perforated for easy removal. If you plan to remove the pages, do so before you start coloring, not just when you're done. That will make for much easier work, without having to fight the binding or other pages trying to flip over.
As a nice bonus, you get a printable PDF file, so you can print more copies of the designs on your own paper.