A letter from the editor
Most of us retired our Crayola collections midway through elementary school, not long after we mastered the fine art of staying inside the lines.
We might have been tempted to pick our crayons up again and show our kids a thing or two, but resisted the urge for one reason or another.
Resist no more. Inland 360 has officially approved the permanent release of your inner child with the launch of Color Me Posh, a new feature we plan to run on a weekly basis (see this week’s cover page).
There is more than one way to enjoy the new adult coloring craze that is taking Inland 360 by storm. You can either take up colored pencils or fine-tipped markers and start coloring your heart out right on the trusty pages of your personal copy of 360, or visit the Inland 360 Facebook page and print out a copy that is better suited for your trusty old Crayolas.
Take a picture of your finished work and upload it to the Share Your Snaps collection on inland360.com, so you can compare your work with that from the other would-be Rembrandts in our readership area. As a bonus, we might choose to include your work in our online and print editions.
As further incentive, whoever submits our favorite piece of art from each week’s edition in April will receive a $20 gift card from Happy Day Corp. and a pair of free movie tickets.
So what are you waiting for? Start coloring, and show us your master strokes.
– Doug Bauer, managing editor