Monday, October 7, 2019

The Great Plan of Adventure - free plan of salvation map download



Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf gave a wonderful sermon yesterday about the adventure of our life and eternal progression, likening it to Bilbo's journey in The Hobbit. It made my Tolkien-loving heart so happy. So what could be better than a fantasy map version of the Plan of Salvation? I hope you enjoy it - you can download this file for free and print it at 8x10 (Just right click on the image below and save to your computer, then print as you would any picture. For personal use only.).

If you'd like to print larger, you can purchase a higher resolution file here:

https://www.etsy.com/littlethingsHAPPY/listing/749228715/plan-of-salvation-adventure-map-digital

or a nice 11x14 print here:

https://www.etsy.com/littlethingsHAPPY/listing/749225513/plan-of-salvation-adventure-map



The background for this map came from myfreetextures.com - a wonderful resource!

Friday, February 1, 2019

Free calendar download!

This year I'm creating a free calendar illustration/quote every month for your enjoyment. Here's to February, the month for celebrating all the love in our lives! 



Thursday, November 8, 2018

Free Doodling Practice Sheets!

Doodling is fun! But I know it can be a little intimidating if you're just getting started. I made these fun sheets to teach a group of amazing young women how to get started doodling flower wreaths, and I thought some of you might like to use them as well!

The idea with these is to use this first page as a practice sheet to practice some handy flower doodle shapes, then use the second page to make your own work of art! Use the light gray circle around the lettering as a guide, and just fill it with all the flowers you learned to doodle from the first page. Have fun!



Wednesday, July 25, 2018

Worry is a misuse of imagination - free coloring page!


You know what I haven’t done in a long time? A free coloring page! This quote is one I needed for myself lately, as my anxiety has been rearing its ugly head more than usual. I love the idea of putting my imagination towards more beautiful things instead of letting myself slide down a spiral of worst-case scenarios. This coloring page is available as a free download on my blog at tomiannie.blogspot.com. Have a lovely day, friends!

Saturday, March 17, 2018

Do what you can... a free positive coloring page!



I saw this quote on Pinterest a while ago and it's stuck with me. It is overwhelming to think of all that needs fixing in this world, and even just in my own marvelous-but-messy life. It's easy to get down and feel like I just don't have the talents or the resources to figure it all out or make an impact. But these words from the charismatic pragmatist Teddy Roosevelt just cut through all the overthinking and overdramatizing that likes to happen in my brain: "Do what you can with what you have where you are." You start there and see where it takes you, and then as new opportunities open up and you develop new abilities, you keep moving forward. Trust in yourself, and for me I'd add trust in God's help, and just get to it!

To download this free coloring page, just right-click on the image below and save to your computer, then print as you would a full-page picture. You can also download the full-color version as a printable in my etsy shop. Have a great week!


Monday, February 19, 2018

You're entirely bonkers... free happy thoughts coloring page!


I absolutely love this quote from Alice in Wonderland. Don't we all feel a little bonkers sometimes? It's nice to remember we aren't alone, and that our struggles don't diminish our worth. The cheerful folk art style of this one is a tribute to Lisa Congdon, one of my favorite illustrators. Enjoy! You can also download the full-color illustration (above) from my etsy shop.

To print this free coloring page, just right click on the image below to download to your computer, then print as you would a picture. (Make sure to click "fit to page.")



Tuesday, February 6, 2018

The Noblest Art - circus typography art coloring page


You know those people who just seem to lift others and bring happiness to the people around them no matter their circumstances? That's what this quote (from the end credits of The Greatest Showman, aka the best movie ever) is about, to me - the gift of bringing joy and positivity to the people around you. Other talents are awesome, but you can never go wrong trying to develop that one!

Enjoy this free coloring page (just right-click below to save it to your computer), or head over to my etsy shop to download the full-color printable. Have a great week!