Wolves have joined forces with programme cover artist Louise Cobbold once again to launch a free downloadable colouring pack.
With many supporters now self-isolating, the colouring pack is the perfect opportunity for both children and adults to relax and enjoy some mindful activity.
Louise has brilliantly drawn the likes of Raul Jimenez, Adama Traore and Ruben Neves inside the pack of seven and needs supporters to now add a dash of colour to her creations.
Also included in the pack is a rainbow which has become a symbol of optimism and hope during the pandemic. Like many up and down the country, hopefully Wolves supporters place their Wolves rainbows in their windows to help lift spirits in their local community.
To download the full pack, click here.
On the project, Louise said: “Ever since the schools closed, I’ve been thinking about ways I could use my art to make a difference to families during this isolation period.
“When Wolves approached me to ask if I would be prepared to create a series of child-friendly drawings for fans to colour in at home, it felt like a great opportunity to contribute.
“I’ve loved creating them and have produced a range that may even tempt adult fans into picking up their pencil crayons or felt tips.”