I created some fun bookmarks you can print and color. (If you don’t like to color, they are quite lovely on their own.) Each of the ten bookmarks has a front and a back. The front has beautiful, shaded imagery with just a hint of color. There is plenty of room for you to write a verse or quote. The back of the bookmarks feature a full color, vintage romantic print that coordinates with the front.
These bookmarks would be great fun to print for yourself, and to give as gifts.
With Mother’s Day coming up, consider the ladies in your Bible study, your homeschool co-op, your mom, and your close friends. Just print a set and tie it with a ribbon for each lady. For special friends, you can color the bookmarks yourself and include appropriate verses.
You’ll find the the download link for the Free Printable Bookmarks to Color for Moms at the very end.
Free Printable Bookmarks to Color for Moms
There are ten romantic designs in this set of bookmarks.
Because the bookmark illustrations are lightly shaded with a hit of color, you can leave them as they are, or add color. The existing shading makes them perfect for colored pencils or watercolors.
There’s plenty of space on the front of each printable bookmark to add a Bible verse.
Ways to Use Your Bible Coloring Bookmarks
Your bookmarks to color and print can be used several ways. Here are a few ideas:
- Print and mail a set to a far away girl friend or relative for Mother’s Day or her birthday.
- Color a set and write encouraging verses or quotes on each one. Laminate them and give one to each member of your Bible study.
- Print several sets, cut them out, and tie with a thin ribbon. Give the sets as gifts.
- Print a set for yourself. Color one a day (or every few days) and write a Bible verse that you’d like to keep in front of you on each. Don’t forget to laminate them so your artwork lasts!
Free Printable Bookmarks to Color for Moms
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How to Print Free Printable Bookmarks to Color for Moms
I often get asked how to print Thinking Kids resources. Here’s my very best advice. Take it and adapt it for your own good uses.
- Sometimes readers are concerned about using colored ink. If this is the case for you, there should be a setting on your printer that allows you to print in black and white. Printing in grayscale will still use some color, but it will come out prettier than black and white.
- Print these cards on duplex (back-to-back or double-sided). You’ll want to flip on the SHORT edge for these. You should be able to change the settings for this in the Properties tab of your printer box once you download and tell your computer to print.
- I recommend printing on white cardstock so the cards will be more durable and the back won’t show through on the front. This is my very favorite cardstock: Neenah Premium Cardstock.
- Use quality colored pencils or my very favorite bright, sparkly watercolors to color your bookmarks.
- Use beautiful pens to write on the bookmarks! Uniball Signo pens are my absolute favorite. The ink colors are beautiful and they dry quickly.
- After coloring your bookmarks, consider laminating them so they will last longer.
Help Your Kids Learn and Love the Bible
You want your kids to learn and love the Bible.
You want to teach the Bible…
As parents, we deeply desire the best for our kids. We look for the right schools, we make them eat right and exercise, and we get them involved in extracurricular activities. We take our job as parents seriously.
But are we also putting our time and energy into
teaching them the Bible? Giving them the life-changing, soul-nourishing words of Scripture is not only doable, it’s an essential part of parenting kids for Jesus. And the good news is, studying God’s Word as a family doesn’t have to be difficult!
2 Timothy 2:15, ESV, says:
Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved,
a worker who has no need to be ashamed, rightly handling the word of truth.
Our job, as parents who love Jesus, is to help our kids become approved workers, unashamed and rightly handling the word of truth.
The good news? Teaching the Bible isn’t hard. Your family can learn the Bible together.
…and you can!
A Crash Course in Teaching the Bible to Your Kids
Danika Cooley’s book, Help Your Kids Learn and Love the Bible, will give you the tools and confidence to study the Bible as a family. It will help you identify and overcome your objections and fears, give you a crash course in what the Bible is all about and how to teach it, and provide the guidance you need to set up a family Bible study habit.
You will finish this book feeling encouraged and empowered to initiate and strengthen your child’s relationship with the Lord through His Word.
Help Your Kids Learn and Love the Bible will equip you with everything you need to know to teach the Bible to your kids!
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