Category Archives: Free Coloring Pages

Snag a Free Adult Coloring Book from Fave Crafts

One of my favorite things about the adult coloring craze is the number of amazing freebies you can find online. Even if your budget doesn’t allow you to purchase any coloring books, you could color all day using nothing but free printables!

Fave Crafts has a free book for you to download featuring 15 different printable designs — ranging from mandalas and simple geometric patterns to flowers and other nature inspired images. Many of the designs are small enough that you could easily cut them out and make your own handmade greeting cards when you’re finished.

“Grow The Glow” Free Inspirational Coloring Page

If you’re feeling blue, there’s nothing like a new coloring page to brighten your mood. Celestrial’s Pencil has a number of gorgeous free inspirational adult coloring pages for you to color and print, including the “Grow the Glow” design featured above. This heart design makes me think of Valentine’s Day, but it’s actually appropriate for any time of year. I think the message is one we all need with so many terrible things happening in the world today.

If you love this artist’s style, there are also several adult coloring books that you can purchase on her website. The books appear to feature a range of seasonally inspired images, as well as flowers and other nature designs.

5 Free Printable Adult Coloring Valentines

Whether you have friends who like to color or want to make a sweet note for your significant other, share the love with some adorable free printable adult coloring Valentines.

“I Love You to Pieces” —  LoveTheDay

“You Color My Word”  — The Craft Patch

“I Love Everything About You” — Tried and True

Free Valentine’s Day Bookmarks — I Should Be Mopping the Floor

“Happy Galentine’s Day!” — Persia Lou

 

Free Printable 2017 Adult Coloring Calendar

Get ready for the new year with an redefiningmom-abstract-calander-768x576amazing free printable adult coloring calendar from Redefining Mom. This fabulous monthly calendar features 12 different abstract designs for you to color, including a few lovely mandalas.

You’ll need to provide your email address to gain access to the download, but it’s well worth it. I’ve already printed mine out and hung it in my office!

Get Organized with a Free Adult Coloring Planner

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If it’s a struggle to keep track of all the items on your to-do list, you’re going to love this adult coloring freebie. Stuck At Home Mom has designed a cute weekly planner coloring sheet with a simple floral design that you can easily color using gel pens, markers, colored pencils, or whatever else strikes your fancy. It’s available for download with your choice of either a white background or a black background.

One unique coloring book craft you could make with this project is a dry erase calendar board. Simply color in the design to match your home decor, then stick the picture in a pretty frame. Use a dry erase marker on the glass to write your notes for each day. This method works well for everything from a weekly meal plan to a chore list for your children.

Get Inspired with Free Adult Coloring Pages from Hallmark

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I love Hallmark’s artwork! When I was a little girl, I used to dream of being an artist for Hallmark so I could create stationery, greeting cards, and Christmas ornaments all day long. Eventually, I realized I couldn’t draw — but I still love to admire the talents of their staff. Click here to download two amazing free adult coloring pages from the Hallmark website – the “Follow Your Happy” design shown above and a cute “Life is full of surprises – bring confetti” page.

Want more designs? Check out my Download 4 Free Coloring Pages from the Art of Hallmark post to learn how to snag samples from their first adult coloring books published last year.

Try Out the Smoothie Bowl Craze with a Free Cookbook You Can Color!

smoothie bowlsIn my quest to eat healthier, I’ve been obsessed with smoothie bowls. If you don’t know what a smoothie bowl is, the concept is actually very simple. Instead of making your smoothie thin enough to drink with a straw, you make it thick enough to eat with a spoon. Pour it into a bowl, then add nuts, coconut, granola, sliced fruit, and other delicious toppings.

If you want to get in on the smoothie bowl craze, Meal Makeover Moms has a fabulous freebie. This 34-page adult coloring book features a wide range of smoothie bowl recipes, as well as cute mandalas for you to color. Visit the Meal Makeover Moms website to learn more.