A wreath of daffodils frames another of flowers with shining centres, which extend like rays of light in this coloring mandala PDF. Inner Light is one of twelve mandalas in the “Advanced Flower Mandalas” Candy Hippie coloring book.
Product Details for this coloring mandala PDF:
Download this single coloring page upon purchase to print and color it as many times as you like. The PDF is not watermarked nor colored nor signed, and is sized to fill an 8.5×11-inch page with 1/2-inch margins. It can also be printed on A4 paper without problems.
Candy Hippie digitally designed this mandala coloring page from scratch, then touched it up digitally for a perfectly professional, clean image. The final product will have no bemishes, blurs or unwanted lines after printing.
Tips for Printing this coloring mandala PDF:
Print using a laser printer to prevent smudging when coloring, especially if you’ll be using ink, markers or paint rather than crayons or colored pencils. Consider printing on card stock rather than plain paper to prevent your pigments warping or bleeding through your page.
Please do not sell the PDF files you buy from Candy Hippie and do not sell printed copies, or use the image(s) for any commercial use. You are welcome to give printed copies of this image unaltered as gifts, but the artist requires that you please do not give away copies of the file itself. Thanks for understanding! :)
“The continual stream of new discovery, revelation and inspiration which arises at every moment is the manifestation of our clarity. We should learn to see everyday life as mandala – the luminous fringes of experience which radiate spontaneously from the empty nature of our being. The aspects of our mandala are the day-to-day objects of our life experience moving in the dance or play of the universe. By this symbolism the inner teacher reveals the profound and ultimate significance of being. Therefore we should be natural and spontaneous, accepting and learning from everything. This enables us to see the ironic and amusing side of events that usually irritate us.”
– Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche