My Redeemer Lives Bible verse coloring page with an intricate floral frame from Job 19:25.
My daughter decided to make a Bible verse to put up in her front window of her new home so that any passers-by could see it. She chose the verse from Job 19:25 which says in part:
I know that my Redeemer lives.
I thought that the verse would make a great craft project for Easter. So I have created a Bible verse coloring page for you. The My Redeemer Lives coloring page is available in my free resource library. (Library access instructions are at the bottom of this post.)
I love to think of ways that I can use my pages after they have been colored, so I have included a couple of ideas in this post – an Easter card and a hanging decoration.
The truth is, some time after I had photographed the card, it somehow got some water spilled on the bottom of the card, discoloring and warping it. So I removed the topper and converted it into a decoration :-).
Materials for the My Redeemer Lives Bible Verse Coloring Page:
- My Redeemer Lives printable coloring page (available in my free resource library – get the password for free by filling out the form at the bottom of this post)
- cardstock or paper for printing the page (preferably white or cream)
- pencils, pens or markers for coloring
For making the card:
- double sided tape or glue
For making the hanging decoration:
- one sheet of colored card
- two sheets of colored paper (A4 or 8.5″ x 11″)
- double sided tape or glue
- small piece of thread
- string or ribbon for hanging the decoration
Instructions for Using the My Redeemer Lives Coloring Page
This page could be printed out full-size, colored then placed in a frame and you’re done.
Alternatively you could make something else. Both of the ideas I have on this page start the same way:
- Print out the page out at half the size. (This will make a large card. You could leave it at the standard size to print out, but that would make a ginormous card!)
- Color the picture with your preferred media.
- Roughly cut around the outside of the picture.
- Choose a piece of card which picks out one of the colors you used to color the picture. I chose red to match the large flowers. Mount the cut out picture on this piece of card, making sure to leave space for a margin around it.
- Roughly cut out the colored card leaving your margin. I left a margin of about half an inch (1 cm).
Instructions for making the card:
- Fold another piece of card in half to form a card. You could use A4 or 8.5″ x 11″.
- Mount some lace on the front of your card.
- Mount your colored picture so that it sticks up over the top of the card a bit.
Instructions for making the hanging decoration:
- Fold a piece of colored paper in half (short end to short end) as accurately as you can.
- Fold in half the same way again three times until you end up with a long narrow rectangle.
- Open up the page
- Use the fold lines to accordion fold the page.
- Squeeze the folds together and fold in half lengthwise.
- Repeat with the second piece of paper.
- Stick the two sides of the rosette together.
- Tie in the center with a piece of thread
- Stick the sides together to form a circle. Try to line up well around the outside of the circle. The inside isn’t as important because you will be covering this.
- Attach your colored picture to the front of the rosette and attach a piece of ribbon or string to the back to hang the decoration by.
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Eileen Molloy says
Thank you so much for your beautiful colouring pages of Christian cards.
I appreciate your beautiful work.
Happy Easter from Ireland
May the Lord bless you and your family.
Thanks for your encouragement Eileen. Happy Easter from Australia!
Thank you 🙂