Monday, February 13, 2012

Art for little ones

... or for grown-ups who just appreciate the therapeutic value of coloring.

Oddly, it's only mid-afternoon and I've already had three conversations of various sorts about coloring pages. The first actually did involve an adult who admitted that she just likes to relax with a box of crayons every now and again, and the last (completely unrelated) was a very pleasant surprise in my inbox from a friend who found a site with lots and lots of beautiful coloring pages that Catholics will appreciate.

Yes, there was a Saint Valentine for Kim's kids to color tomorrow, but there are quite a few more including Saints, Mysteries of the Rosary, the Creed, the Stations of the Cross, and even one of the Holy Father.

Thanks to St. John the Baptist in Front Royal, VA for sharing this great resource!

1 comment:

Molly said...

I came across this site last Lent. I printed all of the stations for all of my kids to color and I was surprised at how much time they took with each page. Beautiful drawings! They seem to print a little on the light side, which means it's easy on your ink cartridge, too.