Mandalas to print

Update: August 2016 – My mandalas have found a new home at So come on by and have a look and if interested take one to print and colour it 🙂


Hello! 🙂

I’d like to share with you these Mandalas which have been created for anyone wanting to enjoy spending time colouring them. So please feel free to click on the images, save and print out; and colour them!

After the creation of these Mandalas, a clear quarts crystal ball is placed on them with the intention to remove all my energies from it and infusing it with clear white light so that you may place your own intentions before colouring them 🙂

Usually, before starting to colour Mandalas one can close their eyes, place their hands on the paper and state or think of an intention such as finding some calm, wanting to release any anger or any other intention you have in mind. Then, either in the quiet or listening to your favourite music, colour these from the middle out. Any thoughts that do come to mind when you are colouring mandalas should be welcomed, acknowledged, observed then let go.

I really hope you will enjoy the process while trying these out 😀

Mandala 1

Click image to take you to Linda’s mandala!

Linda from Litebeing chronicles created this mandala using the template below 🙂 Click the image to go to her interesting About page to see the big picture 😉


Mandala 2


Mandala 3


Mandala 4

Click Sue's mandala to take you to the post
Click Sue’s mandala to take you to the post

Sue Dreamwalker kindly shared her completed Mandala (she chose Mandala 4) as well as her thoughts as she created it. Click the image to view her beautiful creation! 🙂


54 thoughts on “Mandalas to print

  1. Wonderful Shree, I have taken the liberty as you suggested and I have downloaded mandala 4…. I May paint in watercolour And then post it and use to link it with your site…. Will give me something else to do LOL…. But do not hold your breath as to when I will finish it 🙂 xxxxx Many Thanks Shree great idea.. Hugs Sue xxx

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  2. Oh how very fun! I have a mandala coloring book but they all look computer generated, not energetically infused like yours do. I am going soon to the library to print some school work, I will print these as well as use one as a Notebook cover for a class. I can enjoy coloring it in.

    My sister has issues with her imagination but if I give her these to color it may help.

    Thank you for the gift blessed sister.


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    1. That’s a wonderful idea 🙂 I hope you enjoy colouring it in AND that your sister has fun with it too 🙂

      I’ve been admiring the Mandalas on Google image…each one so intricately designed and drawn…and I wondered…with so many of them out there already free…would it benefit for these to be put out there as well? Then I said to myself..”I don’t care! Just want to share!” LOL.
      My conversations with myself can be quite tirelessly entertaining 😛


      1. I did not get to print them. I had to have cash and it was 20 cents a page. 😦 So I will print them though. I have a huge art project planned in my head that I am so excited to start, as well. I do mixed media. I can see this one, but it is going to take awhile. Again I love your mandalas and your sharing of them.


        1. problem Sindy. These will be here waiting for you 😉
          And so…will your readers of your wonderful blog get to see your finished art project?! I hope so!! 🙂


    1. I love to color Linda. I have so many colored pencils, oil pastels, crayons, paints….I also love to cut and paste, that is sort of my thing. But I am really going to enjoy coloring Shree’s mandalas. When we are done we should submit them to Shree and she can show them? 😉 Don’t rush me though, school and stuff. Haha 🙂


    1. Thanks Peter 🙂 Hope you have fun with it, if you decide to join the fun 😀

      There are also loads of free mandalas to print out if you search Mandalas to colour on google 🙂


  3. I printed one out today – 2 copies so I can make more at my leisure! I do not know how to post them here, but will be happy to try if you can help me once I complete them.
    this will be fun 🙂


  4. I will be back to down load maybe Sunday as I need to go and prepare dinner now, but Shree you have my permission to upload our creation from your Mandala from my site if you wish to add to your slide show… 🙂 Love the Top one I think that is the one I will be trying, .. I have a half finished Cat pastel drawing on the go at the moment
    Love to you and enjoy your weekend, Sue xox


    1. Ooo..will be get to see your pastel drawing? And take your time Sue…they’ll be here 🙂 Thank you so much for suggesting that I link your creation to the mandalas…I was actually thinking of doing that!!

      Have a great weekend too 🙂


    1. Yay!! Thank you for wanting to try them out 🙂 If you would like to, I would be honoured to post it up on this page like I did Sue’s and Linda’s once you’re done 🙂

      If I get enough, I’ll probably make a separate page to showcase them 🙂


  5. Have you tried to colorize any of these in watercolor? You could use permanent markers to outline them then fill in all the shapes with watercolors. Copic pens would be another fun way to colorize them.


    1. I haven’t personally done them in watercolours, but Sue Dreamwalker did! I linked her mandala to her blog post..and it turned out beautiful!

      I actually have not personally coloured any of these myself.hehe.

      I don’t know why…I just draw these mandalas for others..and I draw others and colour them in for my own. It’s weird I know…but that’s how it’s working for now. I may try them out with watercolours and see 😀

      Ah…Copics…..I just spent over 200 Malaysian dollars for my Prismacolours so I’m purposely not thinking of Copics which go for about the same here in Malaysia! I may decide to get some as a Christmas present though..hehe.


    1. Hello sammi! Thank you 🙂 Please feel free to take one or two or however many hehe. If you do colour them and planning to put it on your blog, and if you don’t mind, let me know..I’ll display it here and link it back to your piece 🙂


  6. Coloring Mandalas is the most wonderful way to channel anxiety…to see the anxiety transformed is truly healing in the end. These are just wonderful! And how kind of you to share.



    1. Hi meredith!
      Thank you for dropping by and commenting 🙂
      Yes, mandalas can be wonderful tools for healing 🙂
      Glad you like them and yes please do take which ever calls to you and give it a go 😀


  7. Hi Shree!… Just dropping in to see how you are?? Missing your humour and hope all is well with you.. I have been looking out for another post… just want you to know I am sending you a few thoughts your way… Lots of Love and blessings… Sue xox


    1. Hi! I’m so sorry for this late, late reply. Like we say in this part of the world, one would have gotten married, had children AND grandchildren by now 😛

      Not sure if you’re asking how to colour a mandala or how to print it out. To print, just right click the one you like, save as a picture in your computer and then print it out.

      If it’s about how to colour a mandala, generally one starts from the centre and colours outwards (one “layer” at a time). To choose the colours, you can either lay all the pencils on the table, close your eyes and pick one at random each time….or you could just pick the colours that seem to “jump out” at you.

      Hope that helps! 🙂


        1. Ohhhhhh…hahaha…well…hmmm…I guess I have to get back to you on the actual theoretical meaning of the mandala but Carl Jung used to use it in his practice as a tool to allow his patients to “find themselves”. It is a tool for connecting to Self. 🙂


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