Flower coloring pages are perfect to download, print and color or paint all year long. Today we have 14 different free flower coloring pages pdf for you from the artist at Kids Activities Blog that we are excited to share.  The printable sheets are each a colouring page of beautiful flowers perfect for kids of all ages and adults. 

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Download & print your favorite flower to color!

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Free Floral Coloring Pages

Each flower coloring sheet was made for ultimate coloring awesomeness {giggle}. There are 14 original flower coloring pages to choose from which makes it a pretty cool free printable flower coloring book pdf!  Click purple button to download & print the flower coloring pages pdf files now:

Here at Kids Activities Blog we always design things like coloring pages with kids in mind, but often like in the case of these colouring pages of flowers, they make amazing adult coloring pages as well. You can break out your pack of crayons, colored pencils, markers or paint. I actually think paint is the way to go with these. Your watercolor palette will be perfect for these flower coloring pages.

Beautiful Flower Coloring Pages you can print

1. Butterfly and Flower Coloring Page

free printable flower coloring pages - flower and butterfly coloring page - butterfly flying over open flower
Pretty flower being visited by a passing butterfly.

This coloring page shows a growing flower with a couple of leaves and a bud on the stem reaching for the sun while a butterfly flying above it seeks nectar from spring flowers.

2. Simple Flower Coloring Page

simple flower coloring page pattern perfect for preschoolers - Kids Activities Blog
These simple shapes are perfect for even the fat crayons!

Another one of our floral coloring pages is a simple shape of a large flower close up. It works well as a beginner flower coloring page because even the widest crayons will work within the lines. I like using these simple designs for paint and this one reminds me of a California poppy which has the prettiest colors!

3. Cute Flower Coloring Page

free printable flower coloring pages - cute flower coloring page - simple shapes with stars and bubbles and a bud
This is so cute! Look at the star and bubble shapes inside the flower.

This coloring page design is a cute flower! What is a cute flower? Well, it looks a little like this one {giggle}. It has a large open flower with a star in the middle and bubbles that surround the star which I think is the perfect yellow center. The stem has a few small leaves and is split to include a bud.

Flower Coloring Pages for Kids

4. Preschool Flower Coloring Page

preschool flower coloring page shows a simple pattern design to color of a large flower with two smaller flowers in a flower pot
Preschoolers will love coloring this flower pot bouquet!

This coloring page contains flowers designed for preschool hands to color. The big, open shapes of lines and circles combine into three flowers and four leaves in a flower pot. Perfect cuteness for the 3-5 year old artist.

5. Beautiful Rose Coloring Page

printable rose coloring page - part of flower coloring pages set - large open rose on a long stem with a bud and leaves
What a beautiful rose to color!

This beautiful flower coloring sheet is a gorgeous rose. It has one main open rose flower, a rose that is wound tightly and opening and then there is also a rose bud. They all are coming off of a rose bush with 4 rose leaves that will look lovely any shade of green. 

This would be the perfect gift of red roses as a symbol of love for mom…dad…grandma…

Also, if you are looking for state flowers – the rose represents New York.

6. Pretty Tulip Coloring Pages

free printable tulip coloring pages pdf - two tulip designs in black and white
Tulips are one of my favorite flowers…oh what color should I use?

This coloring sheet shows 2 tulips against the sky. Each flower has large shapes ready to add some color. The wide stems are long and each has a tulip leaf attached. This flower coloring page just looks like spring!

The tulip is the National Flower of the Netherlands.

7. Aster Flower Coloring Page

free printable flower coloring page - Aster coloring page shows black line drawing of three aster flowers on a stem with leaves
Aster flowers are so pretty waving in the wind!

This flower coloring sheet is a design of an Aster. Grab your white, purple, pink and blue colors to fill in the line drawing of three Aster flowers as seen from the side along with a flower stem and Aster leaves.

State flowers? The aster represents Maryland.

8. Cactus Flower Coloring Page

free printable cactus coloring page - flower coloring pages - both cactus shown in flower pots have flowers on the top
These cactus flowers are so pretty sitting atop a prickly cactus.

These flower coloring pages take us out to the desert where flowers are growing on top of cactus plants. OK, these may have been brought inside because these cactus plants are in Southwestern design flower pots! One cactus stands tall with an arm where the flower is perched. The other cactus is round with a little flower at the apex.

9. Sunflower Coloring Page

free printable sunflower coloring pages - two sunflowers shown one facing forward and very open, large stem and leaves
Sunflowers always make me smile. I think it is all that yellow…

This flower coloring sheet is a design that is sure to make you happy. This sunflower coloring page has two big sunflowers standing tall. One faces forward and the other is seen from the side. Both have thick stems and leaves and are ready for some yellow.

And as for state flowers, the sunflower is the state flower of Kansas.

Floral Coloring Pages for adults

10. Flower Coloring Page for Adults

free printable adult coloring page - rose coloring page with roses and baby's breath flowers in a intricate bouquet
We designed this flower coloring page with adults in mind…

This adult coloring page (Ok, we get that kids will like this too) is designed with a rose and baby’s breath flowers on the sides. What makes it an adult flower coloring page? Well, we designed it with adults in mind and thought the more intricate pattern would be interesting and relaxing to color. These beautiful flowers are perfect for that.

11. Flower Garden Coloring Page

free printable flower garden coloring page - garden of flowers with grass and flowers strewn in the grassy area
What a pretty flower garden to color…let me grab my colored pencils!

This flower coloring sheet is actually lots of flowers! A garden full of flowers. Check out the different flower varieties and how they stand different heights and have grown together in a happy garden scene. I think colored pencils would be perfect for coloring this flower garden.

12. Flower Bouquet Coloring Page

free printable flower coloring page - flower bouquet - line drawing of a bouquet of flowers in a cone
What a lovely bouquet of flowers ready for coloring…

This is a flowers coloring page! Oh so many pretty flowers in held in a flower bouquet. You can see the different types of flowers amidst stems and leaves. They look so pretty in the bouquet cone.

13. Flower Pot Coloring Page

Flower pot coloring pages with flowers in each flower pot - tulips and violets and flowerpots are sitting on a table
Tulips and violets are in pretty flower pots sitting on a table…

This flower coloring sheet also includes flowerpots! Is it flowerpot or flower pot? There are some things I will never know… Anyway! These pretty flowers – tulips and violets – are growing happily in flower pots and ready for you to color.

14. Flowers in a Vase Coloring Page

free printable flower coloring pages - flowers in a vase - multiple variety and sizes of flowers drawn in a vase with a round base
What pretty flowers in a vase to color.

This is the last flower coloring page of the set (or printable flower coloring book if you print them all) and it is a design of flowers in a vase. The rounded edge vase holds a bouquet of flowers showing different varieties, stems and leaves.

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Download and print all the Flower Coloring Page PDF files:

These coloring pages are sized for standard letter printer paper dimensions – 8.5 x 11 inches and can be printed at home or in the classroom with black ink.

If you like these Flower Coloring Pages, here’s some more flower fun from Kids Activities Blog!

Which of the flower coloring pages was your favorite?

Coloring Pages (Flowers) FAQs

Why is coloring so calming?

Coloring is awesome for many reasons and one is because it can calm us down and focus us in a way that other things cannot. Here are some of the reasons why coloring is so calming:
1. Like a Game of Hide and Seek: When you color, you’re playing a game of hide and seek with any worries you have. They can’t find you when you’re focusing on your awesome coloring project!
2. Being an Artist: Coloring lets you be an artist. You get to pick all the colors and make a picture look just how you want it. This can make you feel good and take your mind off anything that’s bothering you.
3. Superpowers: When you color inside the lines, it’s like you’ve got superpowers! You control where the colors go, and that can make you feel really good, especially if things feel a bit out of control otherwise.
4. Remembering Fun Times: Coloring is something you loved to do when you were even littler, right? Doing it now can remind you of those good, easy times and make you feel all cozy and safe.
5. Brain Workout: Coloring is like a workout for your brain. It keeps your brain busy with good stuff and doesn’t leave much room for worrying about other things.
6. Magic Trick: Coloring is like a magic trick that makes bothersome thoughts disappear for a while. It’s a great way to keep your mind on something fun and creative instead of stuff that makes you feel stressed.
So, you see, coloring is not just about making pretty pictures (though that’s a super cool part too!). It’s also about helping you feel good and keeping your mind happy!

What are the benefits of coloring in early childhood?

Let’s talk about the benefits of coloring for little ones like preschoolers, Kindergartners and young grade schoolers:
Learning Colors: When young kids color, it’s like they’re on a rainbow adventure! They get to know all the different colors and learn to tell them apart.
Hand Power: Coloring is great exercise for little hands. It helps to build up strength and coordination, which is super important for stuff like writing, buttoning shirts, and tying shoes later on.
Patience and Focus: Coloring takes time and concentration. It’s like a fun test that helps kiddos learn to sit still, focus on one thing, and be patient until they finish their masterpiece.
Express Yourself: Coloring is a cool way for preschoolers to show how they feel and what they think. They get to be mini artists creating their own colorful world!
Shape and Line Discovery: Coloring helps little ones recognize shapes and lines. This is a big deal because it’s the first step towards reading and understanding numbers and letters.
Coloring IS fun and has some super secret benefits that will help kids with early learning steps!

Is coloring good for creativity?

This is kind of a trick question because nearly everything that kids actively do and create during childhood help them develop creativity. Here are a few reasons why coloring is good activity for young minds:
Color Choices: When kids choose what colors to use, they’re making creative decisions. Maybe they color the sky purple or the trees blue – that’s them imagining a world differently!
Storytelling: As kids color, they often create stories about the picture. Maybe the dog they are coloring is a superhero, or the house is in a magical land. Coloring is creativity in action!
Problem-Solving: Coloring within the lines takes a bit of planning and decision-making within their coordination ability, which are parts of creative problem-solving. Should they color the big areas first or the small details? These decisions stimulate creative thinking.
Emotional Expression: Art is a way to express feelings. Even with a simple coloring page, kids can show their feelings through the colors they choose and how they color, the techniques they use and the types of pressure placed on the Crayons.
Experimentation: Coloring provides a safe space for kids to experiment and try new things, which is a key part of being creative. They can mix colors, try shading, or even combine coloring with other art forms like glitter or stickers!

Is coloring a mindfulness activity?

Coloring pages can be a form of mindfulness activity. Now, let’s chat about why:
Living in the Moment: When you are coloring, you are thinking about the picture right in front of you and nothing else. That’s just what mindfulness is about: paying attention to what’s happening right now.
Happy Thoughts: Coloring can help push away any pesky worries or negative thoughts. Instead, your mind is filled with fun things like picking the next color or deciding what to color next.
Deep Breaths: Sometimes, without even knowing it, we take nice, deep breaths when we’re coloring. This helps us relax and is a big part of mindfulness.
Being Quiet: Coloring is a quiet activity. It helps us slow down, be still, and enjoy some quiet time. In our busy world, that’s really valuable!
Feeling Good: When you finish coloring a page, it gives a lovely feeling of accomplishment. You can look at your colored page and feel proud. It’s a great way to appreciate and enjoy the present moment.
So, you see, coloring isn’t just about making pretty pictures. It’s also a cool way to practice mindfulness and help your mind feel calm and happy!

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  1. I can’t get any of you coloring pages. When I click to download to my email it just keeps submitting. I never get them.Frustrating!

    1. Hi, Ann! I will be happy to help you! Have you checked your spam in your inbox? For some reason, they tend to go there for some people! If they are not there, please email su*****@ki************.com and let me know which coloring pages you were trying to download, so I can help!