Moodles presents Happy

Moodles presents Happy – giveaway

Are you a bit of a doodle fanatic?  A budding artist maybe?  Then I might have just the thing for you today, as I’m giving away a copy of the new Parragon Books Moodles presents Happy.08

Moodles presents Happy

Moodles presents Happy gives the doodler free roam as you scroll through the 113 pages of this paperback book.

Moodles presents Happy

Whether you want to draw your own Valentines Day roses, or a wonderful self-portrait, Moodles presents Happy has something to get you started.

Perhaps you are dreaming of your summer holidays – present or one for the future.  Monkey would definitely draw a picture from Stowe Gardens here.

Moodles presents Happy

For your chance to win a copy of Moodles presents Happy please complete the Gleam form below.  Good luck!


Terms and conditions:

(Please note that all entries will be checked against comments for validation).

Only the first step of this form is mandatory, all other steps are optional. Only one entry per person is allowed.

This giveaway is for UK residents only.

Once a winner is randomly picked, I will check if the winner has done what was requested and I will contact them, if they do not reply within one week, the prize will be allocated to another person.

The giveaway will close on 6th March 2016 at midnight.

Moodles presents Happy

129 thoughts on “Moodles presents Happy – giveaway

  1. If I’ve got a pen in my hand and paper anywhere about, I’m doodling! Silly faces seem to be the thing at the moment!

  2. i love my adult colouring books, I suffer from anxiety and these books really help me relax and keep calm xx

  3. It’s a great way to escape for a while and beats staring at a screen it’s also really relaxing and can be done anywhere.

  4. When stress takes hold a little doodle can just help it to slip out into the atmosphere and dissipate 🙂

  5. Doodling is an artform practised my many mastered by few. My doodling started as a young girl filling my notebooks practising various forms of writing my autograph – I was convinced I’d be famous one day…yeah right!? 😉 Nowadays doodling involves lots of images of buses and trains for the commute home. x

  6. I doodle flowers and trees. It helps me think and I’m sure it’s always flowers and trees because I’m stuck at my desk.

  7. I agree with it being relaxing, but i find it a fun thing to do with the kids. We like to draw cartoon faces and animals

  8. I tend to doodle circles and then put a square round them, then triangles from that and keep going on from there with same thing.

  9. I doodle little animals such as rabbits mice and rats -I dont know why, I always have done

  10. I like doodling because it’s a great stress reliever and a little creative outlet.

  11. Matchstick people and houses. Started this with classmates when at school, and still doodle the same things.

  12. I love gardening so I am always doodling little sketches of planting and ideas for the garden

    1. Oops, hit enter too early. As for why – I think because I have always been a massive animal lover and so it’s what I drew as a child when doodling, and it’s just something I’ve always stuck with! (Still a massive animal lover 🙂 )

  13. I always doodled in circles but I have no idea why. Perhaps it was because it was a slow, continuous movement.

  14. eyes, I really don’t know why but as a teen I would sit and draw eyes with adding the eyebrows in later years

  15. It depends on my mood at the time; sometimes faces, sometimes shapes and lines, it is also fun to do a scribble and try and colour in the spaces to make a picture.

  16. I tend to do most of my doodling when i am waiting it may be for the train or the bus or even when i am trying to get someone on the phone i find it very relaxing and it helps me to be patient. Most of my doodles are made up cartoon characters 🙂

  17. I like doodling houses. They are always the same. Double fronted with a chimney. It s relaxing.

  18. I usually end up doodling flowers.. or I’ll have a go at drawing my dog if I’m feeling more adventurous!

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