My daughters love to color and especially, a picture of a saint when it is that's saint's feast day. When they were little, coloring pages like these appealed to them, but now that they are older, they want something with a bit more detail although not quite as detailed as the beautiful offerings in Fenestrae Fidei (those are totally for mommy's enjoyment right now!). So, I am trying to create pages suitable for them.
It started last year with St. Max. I couldn't find any suitable coloring pages for him, so I made my own. This year, I gave the girls the option to coloring a new one or the one I made last year. To my surprise, they wanted the one I had made. Too bad I hadn't saved it. So I drew another one, and this time, scanned it, so I wouldn't lose it and that gave me the idea to try to share it with all of you, my friends. So here is St. Max. I apologize for not getting this out yesterday but it was a last minute addition to our feast day celebration and then we darted off to the vigil Mass. I also apologize for having to use a third party .pdf hosting service, but Blogger hasn't yet offered .pdf embedding as an option.
I hope to add more through out the year and I will try to get them out ahead of the feast days, although I make no promises. Life comes before blogging!
Charlotte (My live signature doesn't seem to be working right now.)
WOW!! That turned out wonderful!! Thank you SO MUCH for sharing!! My children will LOVE this!!ReplyDelete
Thank you for posting that! I want to print it out and color it.ReplyDelete
I take that as a high compliment, Super Wilson! The Professor really liked your blog!ReplyDelete