Coloring Pages As Offerings?

[Visual Description: A blue, green, red, orange, and yellow colored pencils on top of an uncolored coloring page floral design.]
[Visual Description: A blue, green, red, orange, and yellow colored pencils on top of a blank coloring page with a floral design.]
This is going to be a short post because I mostly just want to hear your thoughts about this.

Has anyone ever used coloring pages as offerings or energy sources?

Think about it—the amount of time, energy, and focus it takes to fill an entire coloring page parallels many of the hallmarks of spellwork. It can be placed upon an altar for deities of creativity or inspiration, or just burned afterwards to release the energy. Since coloring books have become a very prominent self-care component for tons of people, it could also be used to banish unwanted energy.

I’m curious to see what people think about this…

Peace, Love, and Spoons


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Author: NoahMilan

Noah is a jack of art trades based in Gardena, California. He is an illustrator, a storyteller, an intersectional feminist, and one of the most queer people you will ever meet. He is also a creative writer with a passion for mental health advocacy and gender and racial justice.

4 thoughts on “Coloring Pages As Offerings?”

  1. I actually love this idea. Why not? I think a colored page is a great offering. You could even use specific colors that correspond with a certain diety, or if you find a page with an animal or symbol that you work with or want to work with. I think that all the energy you use coloring the page is held in the page, so why couldn’t you even use it in spell casting.

    I can’t wait to hear what anyone else thinks about this

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