We know that hundreds of you have visited our coloring pages and downloaded the images of “Fort Knox” cartoonist Paul Jon. And the images coming in are fantastic! Artist Jill Ho and her son Odin are fans on Fort Knox’s Facebook page, and decided the coloring contest would be a great winter activity. Check out the young artist’s work:
Has your own kiddo created a masterpiece with our coloring sheets? It’s not to late to email us a scanned image or picture of your little one. And while some of the sheets are holiday specific, others are perfect for any time of year, whether you’re a military family or just looking for a fun family project. Email our blog team with your creations today!
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