Be creative with Fun Furniture Collection during lockdown.

Hi, hope you are all staying safe and taking care during these unprecedented times. As you may know, we started our colouring in project three weeks ago for children and adults alike. If you missed any of our pictures to colour in, here's a round up.

From Camper Van, Land Rover to beach buggy, and some of the service vehicles of all our #keyworkers , not forgetting a week of supercars for the key workers without dedicated vehicles as they are all #superheros looking after us during this time while we #stayhome and #savelives.

You can download all the pictures from our web page.

As it's Bank Holiday Monday, so we start this week with Old Skool Cars. As Catherine's children from North Wales sent us a picture they had coloured in, today is their choice of vehicle. The Bay Camper Van. Enjoy and have fun! If you send us a picture, you can request a drawing too. Don't forget to tag us or email us your picture. #StayHomeSaveLives

Keeping with the Old Skool Cars theme this week. Here is a Ford Escort RS Turbo for your enjoyment. Let your imagination run wild and give the car a paint scheme it deserves. #StayHomeSaveLives

Old Skool Cars Day three. Here is a Mercedes 300 SL Gullwing. Designed in 1954, the top-hinged, upswinging doors became the 300 SL’s most distinctive feature and earned it the popular name “Gullwing”. Even today the 300 SL is considered the ultimate dream car.


Day four of Old Skool Cars with a Land Rover Series 1. Did you know this was the brain child of brothers Maurice and Spencer Wilks and took it’s inspiration from the WW2 Willys Jeep. Enjoy colouring in and don't forget to tag us. #StayHomeSaveLives

Happy Friday! Day five of Old Skool Cars. This Citron 2 CV picture is for Alec aged 6 from France. His mother Celine emailed his photographs to us. Enjoy with Alec colouring in and don't forget to tag us. #StayHomeSaveLives

Day six of Old Skool Cars. Today is the VW Golf GTI, Did you know the Mk I GTI had a top speed of 112 mph (180 km/h) and could go from 0-60 mph (97 km/h) in 8.7 seconds. Have fun VW fans. #StayHomeSaveLives

Last day of Old Skool Cars. Here's the Porsche 911. Did you know the Porsche 911 is only manufactured in the Stuttgart, Germany factory, making about 110 Porsche 911 models a day. We hope you have enjoyed old skool car week. Watch out for next week theme. #StayHomeSaveLives

You can download all the pictures from our web page.

We shall continue with the theme of Old Skool Cars this week, please keep watching our webpage each day to see a new picture to colour in, and have fun.

Stay safe and take care,

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