We created a hand-illustrated coloring page for the high school graduating class of 2020. In these uncertain times, it seems that most, if not all, Seniors will not get to experience the last few months and events of their monumental Senior year. This makes me sad. My Senior year wasn't exactly the greatest year of my life, BUT I had the chance to experience it. These kids don't get that experience. In fact, they are missing out on a bunch of experiences, devoid of any choices, except to stay home. At KaleidaCuts, in times of uncertainty we create to uplift. So, we wanted to create a FREE coloring page for all the Seniors, also 100% transparency, my mom works in the school system and she requested this for you guys! We want you to know that you are loved and thought of often. This is only a season and you will rise Class of 2020. Grab a box of crayons, markers, colored pencils or a tablet and settle in to the child-like peace of coloring. If you're not a Senior this year, but know someone who is, please send them a coloring page or a link to this blog. We are all in this together. To the class of 2020, some classes have a story, but yours has a legacy. Stay safe.
Grab Your Coloring Pages Below!
If you want to print the coloring page, we recommend you download this option:
If you would like to color on an electronic device, for instance, Procreate on the iPad Pro... then we recommend that you download this option:
When you choose this option, your window may appear all black, this is normal. Just right click and choose <Save Image As>. You will have the black and white image saved for use in procreate. Once you download the .png file to your ipad, insert it in to your program and add a new layer to color on. This layer should be below the coloring page black lined layer, this way you do not color over the lines. Happy Coloring!
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Why do I share? I asked myself this the other day. Why am I wanting to share this so much? It’s because it’s too good to keep to myself. You see, I’ve been the person that sits in her bed, days on end, utterly depressed. I’ve known what it feels like to think Heaven would be a punishment for me. Who would want to live forever, feeling so hopeless and empty? I surely didn’t. I was just going through the motions of life, waiting for the quietness of the end to still my mind.