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How to Create A Mandala Coloring Page by Hand

The Printables Biz Series | 4/5/2018

 

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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).

 

      

 

 

1. Draw a series of circles with about the same distance

 

concentric mandala

 

2. Fill the white spaces between the circles with shapes and patterns of your choice starting at the middle

 

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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.

 

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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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