Easy Holy Week Watercolor Art

  1. Barbara says:

    When I try to print the crucifix for the water color project it just prints lines.

  2. […] the reading to Isaiah 53 (quoted) and wanted an activity focused on the cross and empty tomb. This water colour cross activity was perfect, but I also wanted to remember His triumph so we used this empty tomb illustration for […]

  3. Jean says:

    What is a clear crayon. Do u mean white?

  4. Graziella says:

    Hi Nancy,

    I did this project last year with my class and they turned out BEAUTIFUL and then we went into lock down….they hung the hallways outside of my classroom until I was permitted to go into the school in August to clean up my classroom. I was unable to access the library even though I have been a member since last year. Is there a reason I am unable to log in and grab another copy of the PDF? I would love to do this project with my class this week.

    Please let me know!
    Blessings to you,

  5. karina says:

    Hi! I signed up but cant access the image of the crucifix

  6. Pam Hagen says:

    I am still not able to download the crucifix for the watercolor project. I am signed up but it will let me access it. Can you please help me as I always do this project and it means a lot to me and the families. Thank you so much



  7. Pam says:

    I have done your Crucifix project with my kids for the past 5 years. Now when I go to download the template I send my email like it says and I never get the template. I have done this everyday for the past 6 days and still have not received it. Can you please help me with this.
    Thank you and God Bless,

    Pam Hagen

  8. Jason says:

    Hi my name is Jason. It is so amazing what you can do with watercolors. You are very artistic. Nice artworks.

  9. Wow! Great post. I found some great watercolor art for this blog. I appreciate it.
    Thanks a lot for sharing

  10. Elaine says:

    Hi, I have tried signing up and cannot get access. I have entered my email multiple times and have not received an email.

  11. Kristina Rupp says:

    Would be fun to do with the kids, but haven’t received the email download…?
    Many blessings!

  12. Becca Bailey says:

    It keeps sending me in a circle! I’ve subscribed over and over and still can’t figure out how to download the crucifix print!

    Thank you!

  13. Karen says:

    This looked like a great project to do, but unfortunately I couldn’t print it without the background printing all black for some reason.

  14. I am having trouble gaining access to the subscriber library. I would love to do some of these activities with my children for Lent. I have entered my email to subscribe twice but never received an email for confirmation.

  15. Teresa says:

    I was hoping to do this project with my kids. I have tried submitting my email several times but haven’t received a confirmation email.

  16. Stephanie Trispagonas says:

    Hello! I haven’t received a confirmation for the subscription.

  17. Alicia Baker says:

    Hi Nancy, this is so great! Thank you for offering this! Unfortunately I still can’t access the library for this project, it’s been over a week & I resubmitted my email again today. Any help would be great, we would love to do this project today! 😊

  18. Kathy says:

    I signed up but have not received anything yet.

  19. Susie says:

    I am very excited to do this activity with my kids this Friday. Thank you for the beautiful idea. I tried to subscribe, but never got the confirmation email. Thanks.

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  21. Rebecca says:

    I am not able to access the subscriber library. My email is rebeccadorschel@mac.com

  22. Marielle Pabon says:

    Tried to download, but nothing is coming through. I was really hoping to do this activity tomorrow with my four kids. Do you have the image you could email me? Thank you so much and Happy Easter!

  23. Elisa Staats says:

    Hi Nancy. I am having the same issue. I have signed up for the subscription and haven’t received an email in any inbox (normal/junk/nowhere).
    Is there more that I need to do?

    Many thanks for all of your inspiration and blessings!
    Elisa Staats

  24. Valerie Atkinson says:


    I’ve entered my email address multiple times but have not received a password email yet. I’d like to print the holy week watercolor page as it was recommended by my son’s preschool teacher. Looks like a wonderful project!

    Thank you!

  25. Calla says:

    I also can’t get access to the printable cross

  26. Carolyn says:

    Hi Nancy,
    This craft looks so great! Thank you for posting! I would love to do it with my daughter. Sadly, her Catholic school is closed for the rest of the year. I have submitted my name and email several times to gain access to the library, but I haven’t received a confirmation.

    Thank you for your help!
    Lenten Blessings!

  27. Lindsey says:

    I love this craft idea! I have tried to sign up for the “library” by submitting my email address a few times but I have not received any emails (I checked both my inbox and junk folders). Is there another way to access the print out?

  28. AM says:

    How do I access the crucifix image to download? I am already subscribed and it still is not working for me.

  29. Ashley says:

    For some reason I cannot access the template even though I have given my email address? I have signed up a few times but have not received any confirmation emails.

  30. Kristi says:

    Nancy…these projects are awesome…my grand daughter and I have always loved coloring
    together….that gets me to my question for you…last year I purchased your book entitled
    *Thy Word* which you color the gospel verses each week and then for me I take notes
    from the homily …I always have since a little girl…this for me is such a wonderful way
    to keep all my homily notes together…are you going to have one available to buy later
    on this year for next year?? I absolutely love it….my husband and I are coming in the
    church this month and I am going to suggest your book for the new RCIA class next year.
    Thank you and God Bless
    Kristi Durst

  31. Melva Butler says:

    Beautiful craft, using it with my Seniors in the Skilled nursing unit. Thank you for sharing this wonderful idea.

  32. Ginger says:

    I try to subscribe but it says this. •ReferenceError: ‘Promise’ is undefined

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  34. Ashley Rennie says:

    can u print this on construction paper or does it have to be printed on card stock?

  35. Hi just wanted to give you a quick heads up and let you know a
    few of the pictures aren’t loading properly. I’m not sure why
    but I think its a linking issue. I’ve tried it in two different internet browsers and both show the
    same results.

  36. Nancy,
    These are so inspiring and beautiful! Thank you for the great printout which made my job easier 🙂 You inspired me to do this with my crew as I blogged about it here: http://asliceofsmithlife.blogspot.com/2014/04/holy-week-happenings-tuesday-water.html

    I found your post here through Chis at Campfires and Cleats and Tiffany at Family at the Foot of the Cross. 🙂

    Have a blessed Easter!

  37. Janna says:

    These are so beautiful! We love to watercolor. Thank you for the printable to make it simple. Happy Easter! We are going to do this TODAY!

  38. ChiWei says:

    I love these! And the clear crayon (when did they start making these?!) give such a cool effect!

  39. Kara says:

    Wow … beautiful and powerful!

  40. amy says:

    I love that it’s such an easy way for kids to get involved and a great way to start having a conversation with them about the real meaning of Easter.

  41. So pretty and perfect for this time of year!!

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