Christian Cathedrals Stained Glass Coloring Book : For Adults and Children Including Bible Themes, Rose Windows, Gothic and Floral Designs from the Medieval and Renaissance to Modern ErasCategory: Eames Era GlassRelax and have fun coloring inspirational pictures and designs while becoming acquainted with exquisite stained glass windows from around the world. This coloring book is designed for children, teens, and adults, from kindergarten age to senior citizens. The 32 beautiful full-page illustrations in this book were adapted from actual stained glass windows from some of the world's most magnificent Catholic and Christian cathedrals and churches dating from the Medieval and Renaissance to the Modern era. They include rose patterns, Gothic and floral designs, and Bible themes. There are also 20 gift cards to color and cut out taken from the same illustrations used for the full-size coloring pages. The illustrations for the card take up 1/4 of the page so that the pages can be cut out and folded into quarters to make a greeting card. Cathedrals are generally designed to be spiritually touching and awe-inspiring with the idea to lift one's attention to the heavenly things. Sometimes one need only to step inside such splendid churches to feel a wonderful sense of inner peace. Many stained glass windows are also designed to teach about God, Bible stories, and the lives of the saints. As with the great cathedrals, the illustrations in this coloring book are intended to inspire the mind, sooth the heart, and uplift the spirit. With this book there are no rules on how to color, and you don't even need to stay in the lines. Feel free to use any colors or media you like such as crayons, colored pencils, felt-tip pens, or markers. The illustrations are printed on one side of the page on 60# library-quality, white paper. If using markers or paint, a sheet of paper may be inserted underneath the page while coloring it to protect the next page. Coloring is a great way to unwind and to express oneself artistically. Happy coloring!