\nWelcome back for another lesson of So Now What? In this lesson, we're going to talk about how to make your own coloring book! This is one of my very favorite things to do. Coloring books are perfect your kids and they're great for adults too—just grab your colored pencils or markers and unwind by coloring one-of-a-kind doodles after a long day. Either way, coloring books are so fun. And what's more—when you make your coloring books with Kindle Direct Publishing, you can sell them on Amazon and spread your creative artwork far and wide! And that's what we're going to explore in this lesson. \nSo let's learn how to make your very own coloring book. Hit play and let's get started. \n\nTips \u0026amp; Tricks:\n\nConsider adding in blank back pages to account for bleeding if your customers want to use markers. \nDon't make your outlines too thick. \nMake it substantial (x number of pages).\nHave a theme. \nChoose the matte option for your cover.\nInclude a materials testing page.\nHave fun! Think about including hidden notes or other fun features for people to find. \nSome people like to frame their art, so consider that when deciding on size. I like making my coloring books 8" x 10" for this reason. \n\n\nThe possibilities are endless with your coloring book pages, designs, and themes. I can't wait to see you get your creations out there for the world to color. Get started on this lesson's assignment, and then hop over to lesson seven where we'll talk about creating your own font. \nASSIGNMENT: Create your own coloring book. I can't wait to see it, so don't forget to share.