The topic for the March Mandala Challenge is Scavenger Hunt Mandala. I’m all about using what you already have to create mandalas. In this challenge, you’ll collect round shaped household items in various sizes to use as circle templates to create a mandala. It’s fun to look at every day familiar objects with a new lens. This challenge is to encourage you to play like you did when you were a kid. Have fun!
- Collect four or more objects that have a circle shape in various sizes.
- Do NOT use stencils for this challenge.
- It’s okay to use objects of other shapes for your mandala but you need at least four circles.
- Trace the circles starting with the largest circle to the smallest to create a progression of concentric circles.
- Use a straight edge to draw some guidelines and to break up the circle into four or more sections.
- Fill the circle with shapes, patterns, and colors. Use any medium.
- For more design ideas, download the first chapter of my book, “The Mandala Guidebook” at www.100mandalas.com/book
- Post a photo or scan of your mandala in the Sharing Circle on the contest page. Be sure to include in the photo the objects that you used. (Log In) (Join for FREE)
- Deadline to enter is March 25, 2018 at midnight, EST.
- One winner will be randomly selected to win a one hour 1:1 Coaching Call with Kathryn Costa ($100 value). Use this coaching call to discuss your mandala practice. The call may also be used for a Soul-to-Soul Conversation to focus on an area in your life that you want to gain clarity on or where you may be feeling stuck. Examples could be related to a project, career, relationship, home, or health.
New for March is a coloring contest also hosted in the 100 Mandalas Sharing Circle
The featured mandala designed by Chris van Reeth from Belgium comes from the Sun Inspired Mandala Coloring Book found in the Member Library.
Color this mandala using any medium for a chance to win 30 sharpies.
Not a member? Join the Sharing Circle, for FREE.