February 14th is coming up soon, so make your loved one a beautiful and unique card with these 3 free printable and color-able Valentine’s Day cards.
Click here to download the Free Valentine’s Day cards in PDF format from Dropbox
I always forget to buy a card for Valentine’s day and most other holidays, so I usually wind up DIY-ing one last minute. Inspired by that idea, I decided to create these free color-able Valentine’s cards that can be printed and colored in yourself!
For best results, I recommend printing these on card stock and coloring them in with decent quality pens or colored pencils.
These are designed to be printed on 8.5×11 inch paper and folded in half. The inside is blank so you can add your own personal message and say whatever your heart desires!
These card designs are inspired by zen doodle style drawings.
Check out my other free printable coloring pages here.
Have a great and Happy Valentine’s Day!
Hey there coloring enthusiasts!
This is an older piece I drew a few years ago. I hadn’t gotten around to coloring it myself so I’ve decided to offer it up to all of you to have some fun with!
Click here to download the Beautiful Butterfly Coloring Page via Dropbox.
This butterfly design is ready to print out and begin coloring! It’s great for adults and kids alike.
For best results, I recommend printing it out on cardstock and using good quality pens or coloured pencils to create your masterpiece.
However, you can use any materials you have available!
I’d love to see your results so please feel free to post your finished piece here or send me a photo to any of my social media profiles!
Let me know what you think of this free coloring page by leaving me a comment below 🙂
Find more of my free coloring pages here.
My friends, I have created some templates to help draw mandalas more easily!
Using these, you will no longer need to use a compass or random household objects to draw circles for your mandalas.
To download the templates: Click on the image of the template to open in full size, then right click and download or print straight from your browser.
Then, you can either draw straight on the print-out or place it underneath another sheet of paper and trace.
In person the lines underneath are more apparent, so it is very easy to see and trace them. I simply used a few paperclips to keep the 2 pieces of paper together, but you could use a bit of tape or something else you have handy.
Note: The image above shows the template under printer paper so it may show through sketchbook paper slightly less, but should still be well enough to trace.
This second template with no cross lines works better if you are going for a more free-style of mandala design.
Here are a couple of mandalas I made with these templates:
I used the first template to draw the coloured mandala by tracing it, and for the black and white mandala I drew it straight on the printed out template without the cross lines.
I hope you guys will find these templates useful, I know I will be using them! No more drawing circles with cups and plates for me.
If you wind up using these templates feel free to link a photo your artwork in the comments section below! I’d love to see your creations.
Ready to draw even more complex mandala designs? Check out my Complex Mandala Drawing Template here!
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably taken notice of the increasing popularity of Adult Coloring Books lately!
I have always found creating art a therapeutic practice for me, so I am not surprised that this trend has caught on around the world as a stress-relieving activity.
I am currently working on creating some of my own coloring book pages to sell in my Etsy store for a small price, but to kick things off I am offering some FREE coloring pages to all of my lovely fans and followers!
Click here to print or download a PDF containing 3 full-page coloring pages, entirely hand drawn by me!
I recommend printing these on quality paper or even card-stock, and coloring them in with some nice pens or colored pencils.
You can use these for personal use only –please don’t claim them as your own or use for commercial use.
If you want to show off your colored-in versions, feel free to post them here or on Instagram using my hashtag #julieerindesigns! You could even post them to my Facebook page if you’d like.
I hope you will enjoy coloring in these free coloring pages and have as much fun coloring them as I had drawing them!
Stay tuned for more freebies coming soon and I will let you all know when I have some full books available for sale in my store 🙂