This post may contain affiliate links. I may earn a small amount from the company mentioned in this post. For more info, check my full Disclosure statement.
Coloring! It’s the hottest thing right now. It’s so relaxing to sit quietly, turn off all media, and calmly color in a design. I had so much fun that I decided to draw my own. PLUS I wanted to put positive words or even scripture into every one. Here is my very first (in what I hope to be a series) of coloring pages: God Loves You printable!
I researched and found the words: “God Loves You” or “I Love You” in 17 different languages! If you look carefully there is English, Spanish, Slovenian, Zulu, French, Sindhi, German, Italian, Russian, Portuguese, Croatian, Afrikaans, Turkish, Swahili, Hungarian, Catalan, and Latvian!
For the Full Sized B & W Version:
Just click the button below to download and print the 8″x11″ full sized version:
I think it would be perfect to print and send to others. Add it to a Operation Christmas Child shoebox gift with coloring pencils or crayons. In addition, you could send it in a note to a child or an adult in the hospital. Or print out the smaller size and use it as the front for a greeting card.
Print on watercolor paper and paint it. Or how about printing on cardstock so you can use markers or even pastels. Frame it! This God Loves You printable provides lots of possibilities.
For a smaller B & W version:
– click the button below to download and print 2 on a page. (Cut to make 2 smaller pages.)
It will look like this:
Here are some gel pens from Amazon that might be fun to use:
You can also print a full-sized God Loves You Printable in color:
How charming would this be hung up in a child’s room as a sweet reminder of God’s Love?
Just click the button below to print out an 8″x11″ full sized in color version:
You can check out all the other charities I’ve featured here at JOY with Purpose.
Check out all the other free printables I’ve featured here at JOY with Purpose.
Check out all the crafts I’ve featured here as well. They are all easy tutorials for crafts that can be donated to local and overseas charities.
This post may contain affiliate links. I may earn a small amount from the company mentioned in this post. For more info check my full disclosure statement.