I wasn't going to do a Divine Mercy coloring page. Really. I wasn't. I just didn't think I could do it justice (and I am still not sure that I did). And I feel really out of practice since I haven't worked on coloring pages in a while. But then... a dear, sweet friend told me that St. Faustina cried when she saw the painting of Our Lord because Jesus wasn't as beautiful as He had appeared to her.
So, here is mine with tear stains hidden... especially for you, friend!
Divine Mercy Coloring Page
Thanks so much! It looks beautfiful. I'll be using it with my kids today.ReplyDelete
No tears dear. It is lovely and a blessing. Thank you.ReplyDelete
Agreed, it is a blessing. Thank you again for sharing your talent with the rest of us. One of my daughter's favorite things in this big ol' fat wide world is me printing off one of YOUR coloring sheets for her to color.ReplyDelete
Blessed day to you Miss Charlotte!
Beautiful, Charlotte! I love the icons from Conception Abbey and your rendering of the Divine Mercy icon is just lovely! My littles will really enjoy coloring them this week!ReplyDelete
Thank you so very much for doing these! May God bless you in your efforts.ReplyDelete
oh thank you so much! these are such a treasure to us! my kids look forward to them!ReplyDelete
It is beautiful Charlotte! Thank you!ReplyDelete
We can't wait for our boys to color this tomorrow. Thanks for making the day special.ReplyDelete
Thank you for doing this and allowing the Holy Spirit to inspire you to do it!!!ReplyDelete
I think it came out great and my kids will be coloring it today. Happy Divine Mercy Sunday!
Charlotte, I can't seem to download or print this one from Scribd, it keeps denying my access since the file is marked private. I am following the link from your blog. Any suggestions? Thanks and God bless, ChrisReplyDelete
It looks like it is a problem with Scribd. I will submit a request and see if they can get it resolved. If you need this page right now, send me an email and I will email the pdf to you.ReplyDelete