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Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Pumpkin Mandala- Happy Autumn!

Pumpkin mandala for autumn- blank version available to color

Well, it's autumn now! I hope you enjoy this pumpkin mandala to color for the season.
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Free printable pumpkin mandala to color or embroider- available in jpg or transparent PNG

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Free printable pumpkin mandala to color or embroider- available in jpg or transparent PNG


  1. Hi, I'm very new to the colouring-in-mandalas-for-relaxation bandwagon. Barely begun in fact. Would you be so kind as to point me in the right direction where art supplies for this purpose is concerned? Colour pencils and crayons are the only tools I see are possible for getting the job done. Would you recommend marker pens? I remember the marker pen ink soaking the paper, sometimes even bleeding outside the line. Thank you! :)

    1. My personal preference is colored pencils. I recommend and use Faber Castell Polychromos- they are a little pricey, but have gorgeous pigmentation, they are creamy and don't do the waxy build up you'll see layering colors with other pencils. Other people use good quality markers or gel pens to color them.

    2. Thank you! Faber Castell coloured pencils are also what I had in mind. I'll experiment with markers and the rest. Thank you again! :)


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