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We are giving you the chance to WIN 1 of 5 Dulux Wash&Wear prize packs which include a 4L Dulux Wash&Wear tin and 2 x colouring books!

With the long weekend right around the corner, there’s no better time to get a jump on those weekend DIY projects. This year, Dulux has released a limited-edition colouring book in partnership with renowned children’s author and illustrator Kylie Howarth, available with purchase of 4L Dulux Wash&Wear paint – allowing the whole family to get colour creative.

Dulux colouring book featuring the Dulux dog

Kids colouring challenge: Dulux releases limited edition colouring book to inspire colour creativity for the whole family

Dulux has partnered with award-winning West Australian children’s author and illustrator, Kylie Howarth, to release a limited-edition colouring book, A Lick of Colour.

The 20-page book features the Dulux dog on his adventures – capturing the day in the life of a dog.

Dulux Brand Manager, Romy Nayagam says that “we wanted to create a fun project that would engage the whole family in colour implementation – and what better way than with a colouring book for the kids and a home DIY project for the adults,” Romy says.

“The next step was finding an author we could work with to help bring our vision to life!

“Kylie encourages creativity in children, particularly of lower primary age, evoking colour in unique and inspired ways – much like Dulux does with its homeowners, making this the perfect partnership.”

The Perth-based author-illustrator is no stranger to the juggles some parents face, raising two young children of her own, all the while writing new books, and hosting literary and art workshops for primary school students around the country.

Kylie often uses her books and workshops to pave a way for communication, creativity and conscious thinking for young children – with a strong focus on environment/nature.

“A large part of my philosophy is encouraging children to think outside the box, and when permitted, colour outside of the lines!” Kylie says.

“I often omit elements that may restrict imagination in little creators. For example, I often leave skin and hair uncoloured in my books, to allow the reader to envisage themselves in the role and often use animals as key protagonists as young readers relate well to creatures (be it sea or land).”

Several primary schools were treated to a sneak peek of the book, as Kylie hosted a selection of workshops with the prep and year one students during her recent Melbourne book-signing visit. The children were also lucky enough to meet the Dulux dog himself as he tagged along for pats and pictures, and of course, to inspire the students who were tasked with drawing the dog.

Kylie is the author of iconic children’s titles such as, Chip, Chip the Lifeguard, Fish Kid chapter book series, Fish Jam and 1, 2, Pirate Stew. She’s received numerous accolades for her books and even had her books Chip and Chip The Lifeguard read on Play School Story Time by Kat Stewart and Matt Okine (TV personalities).

Those looking to nab their own copy of the book can do so by purchasing 4L of Dulux Wash&Wear paint in major hardware stores throughout March and April and then entering online at www.dulux.com.au/colourit to win 1 of 1000 signed copies available.

Please note this competition is open from 31st March 2020 until 15th April 2020 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. R. Sinclair - QLD
  2. K. Hardacre - NSW
  3. J. Hocking - VIC
  4. T. McKinnis - VIC
  5. R. Van Ketwich - VIC
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  • Snow Season, I’m so in love with it. I have used it in different half mixes as well in the first half of our Reno. Goes with everything.


  • Magnolia……pretty and subtle…..and perfect as it won’t date


  • Berkshire White. I love the interior walls to be a neautral shade and then I can change around the furnishings and add some splashes of colour


  • Silkwort because i built a two story home and painted everything white. Not sure what i was think but it gives me anxiety and needs colours


  • Fire Cracker would inspire me to create.
    Blue Seduction calms when all goes pear shaped.
    Iced Ivory keeps it real.
    Colours that combine to make all my spaces look as good as they feel.
    So many new hues to choose.
    Lets paint – there’s not a moment to loose.


  • Toffee Fingers.
    An apt description for our little bakers’ kitchen!
    This colour oozes warmth and will give stylish depth.
    Contrasting with our lighter cabinetry, this colour suits perfectly!
    I especially love this Dulux paint is wash and wear…
    Because I must confess, we’re experts at making a mess!


  • Love arctic white this would be amazing to refresh our house after 10 years of kids havoc


  • Antique White USA, I could see it making our hallway brighter and adding warmth all at once!


  • Sunbaked Terracotta – I think it’ll make as a great colour for feature walls throughout the house.


  • Mulberry Mix would brighten up my spare room for when my granddaughters come and stay, they would love it as much as me.


  • I would choose any sage green type colour todo a feature wall in our family room, then make a photo wall with al, the old family photos I have found in my cleaning frenzy!


  • my house is well over due for a fresh paint & while we are in lock down i might be able to get my kids to do it for me haha


  • Dulux Duck Egg Blue would create a stunning surround for the green of the gumtree leaves and beautiful blue sky creating a luxurius and calm backdrop for the bedroom for us to luxuriate and sleep in. Thanks.


  • Rodham looks like it would suit my bedroom makeover or maybe Armada always hard to make a choice.


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