Patterns in the Psalms Colouring Book Paperback
A Christian Bible Colouring Book For Adults
by James Newman Gray;
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Channel your praise into paint and pencils throughout 30 stunning illustrations of the most loved Psalms in the Bible.
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Patterns in the Psalms Colouring Book
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The book contains 30 patterns and each design will link to a relevant Bible verse. These verses provide inspiration for the design and allow the reader to connect the verse and image in their own mind.The illustrations are intricate, detailed and appropriate for adults, but not too ornate that they become impossible to colour. The designs include animals, flowers, leaves, vines, stars and other patterns. The images always remain as patterns rather than scenes to prevent the colouring book from becoming something for children.
Towards the end of the book, there will be some pages left unfinished to encourage colourers to continue the patterns themselves. The final page will be left blank with a space for the colourer to write their favourite bible verse and design an image to go with this.
Patterns in the Psalms Colouring Book by James Newman Gray was published by SPCK in April 2016 and is our 2404th best seller. The ISBN for Patterns in the Psalms Colouring Book is 9780281076048.
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|Page last updated||13th May 2016|
|Author / Artist||James Newman Gray|
|Publisher||SPCK (April 2016)|
|Number of Pages||72|