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100 Mandalas for Earth Day

Let’s celebrate Mother Earth in our mandala art. To inspire you, I’ve collected some gorgeous examples of earth art including coloring pages, illustrations, and projects using recycled materials. Enjoy!

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1. “Dear Earth” by Katie Daisy

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2. “Earth Day Coloring Page” by Kids Press Magazine

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3. Makobi Scribe

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4. Day and Night from Light Workers

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5. An Eternal Journey – Colours of the Universe

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6. Yin Yang Watercolor

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7. “Every day is Earth Day”
Hand Painted Mandala Art on River Rock (detail)

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Zentangle by Wayne Harlow for the Earth Day Challenge

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9. Buddha Doodle

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10. Mandala Bottle Cap Magnets

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11. CD Painted

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CD Crochet

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13. Danmala by Kathy Klein

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14. Bike Rim by Maggi Squire

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15. Plastic Bag by Virginia Fleck

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16. Recycled Circles by Jane Lafazio (Student Work)

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17. Everyday Objects Mandala

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18-JoanneFink18. Zenspirations for Earth Day by Joanne Fink

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19. Geninne D. Zlatkis

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20. DIY Dream Catcher || Recycle Newspaper by Tipsy Waltz

 

Want to see all 100 Earth Day Mandalas?

Check out this board on Pinterest featuring Earth Day and recycled mandala art including illustrations in various styles and mediums, coloring pages, and art projects.

Share with us your mandala art over in the Sharing Circle, a private website for mandala enthusiasts.

 

Mandalafest - Mandala Party

Enter your mandalas into the Mandalafest Contests!

Coloring Contest

Create a Mandala Contest

Mandala Your World Contest (recycled mandalas)

Learn more: www.100mandalas.com/mandalafest

8 Comments

  1. Fabienne says

    Thank you Kathryn,

    I feel so excited about all these new ideas and I hope I will soon have time to try one of them. Thank you so much!

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  2. Marylin Ollivier says

    Lots of interesting ideas…thx a bunch! Ages ago I used old CD’s & paints and a variety of stickims’ to make sun catchers…think I will make more now that I have a ‘mandala mindset’. By the way, the film on cd’s can be removed by burnishing duct tape onto the surface and just pealing off that silvery film. I’m excited about our new week! MO

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  3. Jennifer Burgess says

    All beautiful and gave me great ideas! I hope to get your book soon so I can learn more and grow in my love for mandalas!

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