Mandala Drawing Templates

mandala drawing templates
mandala drawing templates

My friends, I created these mandala drawing templates to help you draw mandalas more easily!

Using these, you will no longer need to use a compass or random household objects to draw circles for your mandalas.

To download the templates: Click on the image of the template to open in full size, then right click and download or print straight from your browser.

Then, you can either draw straight on the print-out or place it underneath another sheet of paper to trace.

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mandala worksheet templates

In person, the lines underneath are much more apparent and easy to trace. I used a couple of paperclips to keep the template in place. You can use also masking tape or something else you have handy.

Watch me demonstrate how to use these templates in the video below.

Looking for ready-made mandala drawing templates? Check out my Mandala Drawing Workbooks!

This second template with no cross lines works better if you are going for a more free-style of mandala design.

mandala templates work sheet

Here are a couple of mandalas I made with these templates:

mandala drawing template purple blue
black and white mandala

I used the first template to draw the coloured mandala by tracing it, and for the black and white mandala I drew it straight on the printed out template without the cross lines.

I hope you guys will find these templates useful, I know I will be using them a lot!

No more drawing circles with cups and plates for me.

If you wind up using these templates feel free to link a photo your artwork in the comments section below!  Or tag me on Instagram @julierindesigns. I’d love to see your creations.

Also check out my Modern Mandala Art class where we use these templates to create 2 stunning mandala designs!

Ready to draw even more complex mandala designs? Check out my Complex Mandala Drawing Template here!


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    1. Hi Aliada2! I usually just look up some patterns on Google images or Pinterest for inspiration and go from there! There are also lots of cool patterns in nature etc if you are looking :)