Plenty of petals in this week’s Mandala Monday but will it be pencils, pens or paints for your calming colouring … ?
Spring isn’t too far away so I thought that we’d get into some floral Mandalas to set our minds towards the future. Ready?
Big open spaces for you to try out some colour shading are part of this week’s Mandala Monday.
Time to get the kettle on … yes?
Delving deeper into the tribal theme with this week’s Mandala Monday. Will you repeat last week’s colour choices or will you be trying something different?
Fancy going a little tribal? I did when I was creating this week’s Mandala Monday – I hope that you enjoy colouring it in.
Hypnotic and relaxing but will you go psychodelic or soothing with this week’s Mandala Monday?
For this week’s moment of calm I have created a Mandala for you to colour in that features an abstract repeating pattern.
Been inspired by old style chunky jewellery – the REALLY old stuff, you know, before hemlines were invented and most clothes were a single piece of cloth.
Well, anyway, love the opulence of those pieces so hope you will follow that theme with your colour choices and colour blending …
A burst of colour for the end of January? Yes please!
Which bright and uplifting colours will you choose to colour this unique Mandala Monday design in?
Organic is the theme of the day for this week’s Mandala Monday.
The choice for you is, earthy natural tones, or will you bling it up?!
A wonderful geometric Mandala Monday design to download and colour in this week.
Plenty of different ways to combine three or more colours … which will you choose?
Time for a little Mandala Monday mindfulness again. Are you ready?
Hope that the festive season and new year celebrations have treated you well and that you are calm and collected as you enter the new year.
If not, why not get back into the mindfulness of colouring with this free download?
Last year I started a series of three commissions for a lovely lady. Now that she has (hopefully) received them I think that I am safe to pop the last of these online for all to see.
I have been having a go at making gifts bags this week. Something I’ve not really tried before but with the big ‘C’ coming up I thought that I’d like to have a go this year.
This project started out with the Poinsettia Gift Tag Stamp from Designs by Georgina. I stamped this out onto Kraft card using an Archival Inkpad; this was then cut out around the outer edge.