Photo Credit: courtesy of Sandra Randall at the Art Bomb Festival in Gananoque, Ontario.

Summer is a fleeting season, so what better way to make those memories last than to put them down on paper. From flowers and furry friends to sneakers and stilettos, there is a colouring page available for everyone.

The Woodland Cultural Centre has put together a colouring book featuring 17 Indigenous Artists across Turtle Island.

Michael Tiggleman ( – Alderville First Nation

With summer in full bloom, you might be inspired by all of nature’s colours. Capture those moments with the Canadian Museum of Nature’s collection of coloring pages. Explore their pages inspired by the arctic, garden plants, dinosaurs, and science.

Brings some of your favourite Canadian Tv shows back to life. The CBC has put together a couple of colouring sheets including Kims Convenience and Schitts Creek.

Royal Ontario Museum

Grab your pencils, markers, and paint! The Royal Ontario Museum has put together some colouring pages based on Indigenous history and culture. If you’re looking for some colouring inspiration, click through to their ROM collection and learn a little more about the sheet you’re working on.

Bata Shoe Museum

Whether you’re a sneakerhead, a heel addict, or just enjoy admiring beautiful craftsmanship these are the pages for you. Like our closets, the Bata Shoe Museum has added to their collection, with shoes from around the world.

Feature Image: courtesy of Sandra Randall at the Art Bomb Festival in Gananoque, Ontario.