I have been asked a couple of times now whether or not I take requests for coloring pages so I thought I would answer those questions here all at once.
At this time, I am not taking requests. My family's needs come first and there is no way for me to know from one week to the next what I will have time to do. However, I have had people ask me in advance whether or not I was planning to provide a coloring page for a particular saint. If I have, I will let you know and if the good Lord's willin' and the creeks don't rise (and no one gets sick) you can expect a post around the time of that saint’s feast day. I still reserve my God-given right as a woman to change my mind! : ) I can't get to every saint this year, so there will be plenty for me to catch up on next year.
If this isn't your first spin around my dance floor, you have probably noticed that we celebrate the liturgical year and other festivities in a variety of ways. Although I am thrilled that so many people have found them helpful in celebrating and learning about the Communion of Saints with their families and friends, I wouldn't want the coloring pages to become the sole purpose of my blog. Thank you for all your sweet compliments and understanding!
Thank you for helping us all with your coloring pages. It has been a blessing for so many of us who like to just click and print something for the little ones.ReplyDelete
I took the liberty of covering you for St. Jude tomorrow. You can see it at my stbrigidsacademy.blogspot.com
I certainly agree that I like other things about your blog that aren't necessarily about coloring. Looking forward to your next post!
It was your coloring pages that led me to your blog and I have found many more treasures here to glean from. You have a lovely blog and the coloring pages are just the icing on the cake.ReplyDelete
I`m new to your blog as well. Actually, I just started blogging again after I found a Catholic Mom`s ring. I love your blog and my kids love your coloring pages!ReplyDelete
I added a St. Paul coloring book to my blog in honor of The Pauline Year.
I know you are not taking requests, but maybe you could add this saint to a "wish list." ;-}ReplyDelete
My family has begun preparation for total consecration to Jesus through Mary, following the formula according to Saint Louis Marie de Montfort.
His feast day is April 28th.
God bless you and your family. Your blog is wonderfully Catholic and as Rachel K. said, "the coloring pages are just icing on the cake." Thank you for sharing your talent with us.