When Eric (my awesome husband) made the Mary and Baby Jesus coloring page printable that I published at the end of December, he also worked on a matching coloring page for St. Joseph. While I know that we’re not near a feast day for St. Joseph and we’re already past the Christmas season when Eric made it, I don’t really care. I love me a little St. Joseph all year round.
Well, that’s actually kind of funny that I said “a little St. Joseph” because Eric made this Manga type drawing in a Kawaii style. (This is our favorite book about drawing Kawaii style characters. affiliate link.) We dig that cute drawing style around here. Now, on this drawing, you might conversely be able to get away with saying it’s a shepherd. I asked Eric if it was St. Joseph or a shepherd and he said he meant it to be St. Joseph but that he guessed it could go either way. If you go with a shepherd route, it might be fun to ask kids to draw in some sheep of their own.
Here is Eric’s St. Joseph Coloring Page:
Note: This download (link below) is free for personal, classroom, or church bulletin/newsletter use. However, you must make sure that the copyright line (with the site URL) still appears when copies are made. It cannot be sold, hosted, or published on other websites. If you want to pass along the printable though, please feel free to share a link to this post (not directly to the printable) with others. Thanks so much!
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You can also print out the companion coloring page Eric made to this one with St. Mary and Baby Jesus.
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