Alleluia Butterfly Coloring Page & Poster
The Alleluia Butterfly illustration is perfect for Easter morning when churches are celebrating the resurrection of Jesus. This is a hand-drawn design by artist and pastor Adam Walker Cleaveland, and can be used for a worship activity for children, a bulletin cover, a large coloring poster that children could color leading up to Easter, or even as a coloring activity for children to do prior to Lent if your church buries the "Alleluias" during Lent.
What You Will Receive
Upon completion of your purchase, you will receive a link to a ZIP file which will include the following:
- .AI and PDF files: We are including both the Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Acrobat PDF files for you to take to a printer (or print from your own home or office if you have a wide format printer). They are formatted in the following sizes: 8.5x11 (including both the finished version, and an "Unfinished" Butterfly illustration), 11x17, 36x24 and 48x36.
- PNG Image files: In case you want to use the image in your worship bulletin, on screens in your sanctuaries and on the web, we are including them as PNG files. We have included both a black and white version and a completed color version. Please leave the illustratedchildrensministry.com website in the illustration if you use it.
- Printing Info: There is also a PDF that will give you helpful information on getting the files printed.
An Example of How to Use the Illustration
When we released this image for Easter 2017, we received a lot of creative ideas and examples for how to use these. We particularly enjoyed one which turned the Alleluia Butterfly illustration into an "Alleluia sign" to wave during the service. This is how the pastor described what she did:
I wanted to show you the idea I came up with for the Alleluia file from Illustrated Children’s Ministry. I printed the 8.5×11 file, landscape, on card stock paper. Then I cut it out, colored it and taped a jumbo craft stick to the back. I’ll hand them out (colored and uncolored) at the children’s message. Then I’ll tell the kids that whenever they hear “alleluia” in the service they should wave their signs.
We love seeing how people take our materials and get creative with them - and we hope this helps you celebrate Easter this year.