The very first Mandala coloring book I did was not even a Dover publication, but I enjoyed it so much that when Dover went online, I bought up all the ones they had, which I believe was three. This one was the only stained glass Mandala coloring book at the time. Now, of course, they have oodles and gobs of all different Mandala designs to color, especially in their Creative Haven line. I own nearly all of them.
Originally, Mandalas were meant as a meditation aid, and many of the Dover ones still stick to "spiritually oriented" designs, including this one. However, it really makes no difference. Mandalas are simply circular repeated designs, although Dover even has some that are square or other shapes. I have included one here that is not circular. No matter what shape or design, I have found them interesting and fun to color.
As usual, I try to use all different mediums and combinations of mediums in my stained glass coloring books. Here is a nice variety:
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