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The Money Book – Coloring to Attract Wealth

Some folks believe that by focusing their energy/minds on a subject, they can bring about the result they want. While I believe in the basic gist of Karma and such, I was skeptical that by coloring a page of wealth images, I could attract wealth to me. But I’m always up to try something new, and The Belba Family makes great coloring books, so I decided to give it a shot.

I was sent The Money Book Color-by-Number in December. before they changed the cover art from the piggy bank to the Maneki-neko. Both covers are super cute!


I have to admit that I love the images in this book. There are symbols and images of wealth from all over the world and each page has the color key. This book features single-sided sheets that are black on the back to prevent bleed through if you’re like me and enjoy using pens or markers.

Colored with Crayola® Twistables

This book has tons of fun images, and while I have only taken photos of a few,  I can promise  that there is something for everyone! My sister demanded to color the Maneki-neko.


Colored with Prismacolor pencils.

I’ve been fighting illness all winter, both my own and my mom’s.  Coloring has kept me sane. Even when I’m stuck in bed, I can still color. Mind you, if they think I should rest, my cats aren’t shy!


Hurricane Enlil sits on my page to tell me to take a break!

The final two pictures are my personal favorites. I love anything to do with fish and aquariums, and Celtic knots and trees are a common theme in my non-blogging coloring.

The fish tank finally completed! Colored with Staedtler felt-tip markers.
Colored with Staedtler felt-tip markers.

Currently, I cannot say whether or not coloring in The Money Book has brought me wealth. However, I can say it has brought me entertainment and peace during a difficult time, and that is a wealth of its own.

Notes: I love the accessibility of this book. The price is affordable, and the color key is filled with colors that can be found with ease no matter what your favorite media; crayons, colored pencils, gel pens, markers or watercolors.

Disability Notes: I found the coloring book has designs large enough to accommodate nearly any coloring age group. Some designs are more complex than others, but all are delightful!

Where to buy: The Money Book is available at Amazon. The book’s MSRP is $8.99 USD. There is also a non-color-by-number version of the book available here.

Belba Family: Website / FaceBook / Instagram

Disclosure: I received this coloring book for free in exchange for a review. The opinions are my own. All art shown on this post is Copyright ©2019 Belba Family. The coloring is mine. All links are direct; I do not make money from them.

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