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In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a mandala coloring page by hand with tools like a compass, pencil, eraser, and pens.
Supplies you need: pencil, eraser, black pen, compass (you can also draw freehand if you want).
Now you have a finished mandala which you can share or sell as a mandala coloring page. Just scan your mandala at 300 DPI and edit it in Adobe Photoshop or Illustrator.
Are you interested in learning more about mandalas and how to create mandala coloring pages? Then you should buy my books or my course.
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My name is Janet Giessl. I'm a Christ follower, wife, mom, educator, author, artist, spiritual creative, multi-passionate and highly-sensitive person.
On this blog I share coloring pages, free cute printables, free spiritual printables, free papercraft printables, free Public Domain digital designs and PLR printables. I invite you to learn and create with me following my doodle and drawing tutorials and paper craft tutorials. If you are interested in learning how to create, share and sell your own printables, then follow my printables biz series.
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