Thaneeya McArdle$9.99 $9.19
I've not seen this one before, but I like the description: "Enter a world of creative self-expression with this relaxing coloring book for grownups. Inside you'll find 30 amazing art activities that will take you to a happy place of patterning, shading, and coloring."
Jim Peacock and Adam Linley$12.99 $11.95
These are cool, they are like a kid's dot-to-dot, but the dots are numbered up to 200, not just 10 or 20. They look great when they're done, then you can use pencils to color them.
Dottie's Crazy Dot to Dots$7.99
If 200 dots are too simple for you, this book is just what you need: up to 864 dots. Complex yet lovely.
164 thick pages, so you can use markers if you wish.
Japanese Origami for Beginners Kit: 20 Classic Origami Models: Kit with 96-Page Origami Book, 72 High-Quality Origami Papers and Instructional DVD: Gr
Vanda Battaglia and Francesco Decio$15.95 $14.67
You can make all kinds of little things from paper: fish, frog, hat, sumo wrestler...So cute and maybe even practical, like a spice bag and masu box. This kit even has a dvd to guarantee you understand how to fold the paper correctly.
Claire Belton$9.95 $9.15
Have you ever thought about doing cross-stitch? Here's your chance to give it a try. This kit has everything you need: booklet, cloth, hoop, needles, and thread.
Wizards RPG Team$24.99 $22.49
Do you play Dungeons & Dragons? If not, here's a kit with all the components needed to start playing.
Elizabeth Encarnacion$14.95 $13.75
When's the last time you played Cat's Cradle? Now's your chance to do it again and play other string games, too. Includes 2 long strings and detailed instructions (with photos) for 9 games.
Silvio Rebêlo$15.99 $14.71
You've seen a mosaic, right? Well, now you can create your own using tiny stickers!
"Relaxing" sounds good, doesn't it?
Its a covert game of cat and mouse set on the streets of London! Criminal mastermind Mr. X has escaped Scotland Yard and its up to you, the detectives, to catch him! Use your travel tickets to anticipate his movements, chasing him by taxi, bus, and underground, around Picadilly Circus, along the River Thames, and through Paddington Station. Will you apprehend this dangerous criminal or will he disappear in the London fog?