I created this tool to help you draw your own mandalas! Download and print, then place beneath a sheet of lightweight paper (e.g. cheap copy paper) so that you can see the mandala drawing tool beneath. Now you can use the drawing guides to draw your own mandala. I have also included some basic mandala design shapes that you can incorporate into your drawing. Scan or make photocopies when you are done to color your very own mandala coloring page!
Note that this is a 2-Page PDF:
MANDALA MAY 2019
FREE MANDALA–WITH INSPIRATIONAL WORDS
FREE MANDALA–WRITE YOUR OWN WORDS
Mandala Drawing Tool (019-PW-D005)
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Thank you SO MUCH FOR YOUR WONDERFUL TALENTS—-STEVE AND JENNIFER. you too are the BEST.
DENA DeShirlia (Powell Butte Ward-Portland, OR.
Jennifer and Steve… I am so very happy that I found your website & the videos & tutorials with all the great information that you both share! I am also suffering from several issues of chronic pain and can relate to you in many ways. One day I will force myself to “participate” in life and events. The next I will find myself struggling to move any given part of my body. Sometimes I am laid up for even 2 or 3 days. I find myself automatically sorting through “oh so many” of my coloring books to see what ignites me that day that I will spend, sometimes hours on, coloring away without any regard to time. And right now, I am in the “glitter gel pen” mode. 😉 I recently bought a large set of gel pens with 120 pens/colors and 120 refills, at a very reasonable cost from Amazon. I do not remember the brand right now, but it wasn’t even top of the line brand. But I LOVE them and they are all pretty juicy flowing. I know you like that about your gel pens.
Anyway, sorry to ramble on for so long. I have always had an issue with keeping my word content short and concise! My father, BLESS his soul, always wanted to be a writer so I may have gotten that part of his DNA a little stronger than most. 😉
I will go for now. I just wanted to let you know how much you and Steve mean in my life right now. This is the part of my life that I enjoy so much with all the chronic issues that keep my from being too physical in my hobbies.
GOD BLESS you both.
Fondly, Lorna Brown
Lorna, I just came across your heartfelt post and wanted to reply with empathy and to let you know I felt such love towards you reading it ….. I just started colouring and have come across Jennifer and Steve and something about them felt just “right” to me so I kept watching and appreciating them etc It seems there’s a back story I’ve not realised with pain and suffering which is a lovely Godly irony since I also share a 12 year testimony where an injury left my body disabled and in constant chronic pain housebound losing job,friends,social life, independence, health etc etc. No one and nothing can ever explain or know what it is like to live with constant pain unless you have experienced it right ? Only Jesus knows… But in that my life has now broken to that point of total reliance and trust in God to carry me and keep me, to love me and give me the peace and contentment only He can give , My love and prayers are for you sweetheart and anyone else who reads this and is suffering:…. just to come alongside so that you feel ” heard and seen ” even when it seems dark and unrelenting..with love in Christ Jesus xxx Sarah
Same here. I’m housebound with chronic pain and I just so happens that I’ve always loved to color. I don’t feel so alone
I found your site through your very informative YouTube Channel. The resources offered sounded so impressived I just had to join. And I’m very glad I did. I can’t wait to try this tool to test my own (very limited) artistic ability. I wouldn’t have even bothered trying, but with this tool I’m inspired. So thank you.