Today’s FREE coloring page to download, print, and color!
Plus, a week’s worth of faces…. #36 through #43!
The little one on the top right is using a Jane Davenport stamp. And again, I went without hair on a couple… sure simplifies things! I think my favorite of the week is the quirky fellow on the bottom left. It just has more personality.. But I am going to keep trying out many styles to see where they take me!
For those of you who use a Happy Planner, this is the perfect dimension to print as a cover for the smaller size (7.5 x 9.5 inches) planner. Simply print on card stock and then laminate. If you do not have a way to laminate, then cover both sides with clear Contact paper, or with clear packing tape. Use the Happy Planner punch and there you go, a new custom cover for your new year of planning!
This is a repeat, but still one of my favorites. Thought I would share this with you as a reminder to take time to ponder amidst the hustle and bustle of the season. For me, coloring, or doodling is a great way to direct myself to a time of prayer, meditation, and pondering!
Here is a page for you to download and ponder with!
My hands always want to be doing something, even when I am relaxing! The most restful thing I can do with my waking time is doodle. My current favorite pen for doodling is my carbon black ink fountain pen.
Coloring is a similarly restful activity and I think that is why coloring pages and books are such a hit. We are in sore need of that restful, creative, and meditative activity! And what better to meditate on than God’s Words to us?
Today I chose Psalm 3:3, a beautiful promise. Feel free to download, print and color this coloring page!