Have you tried these adult coloring pages yet? My girls and I are a little obsessed with them.
I have two coloring books that I bought for myself and as with everything, my children decided what is mine is theirs and what is theirs is theirs. If you have children that are slightly older or teens, you might give these a shot!
I rarely have time to sit and do anything but I have been dragging my books along to restaurants, soccer practice, travelling, when we went to watch a parade the other day… anywhere I can grab a few minutes. My children LOVE these pages. They are totally not into the children’s books I buy for them but these adult pages my kid’s love (especially my almost 8 year old.)
So I thought I’d round up a few free printable pages and if you like them, you might want to grab a few books:
- Bookmarks (I just printed these out for my girls and laminated them. So pretty!)
- Take a Moment
- Cinderella Quote
And if you do want to purchase the books after trying these pages, you can find several here.
And here are some supply options you might consider for your coloring:
Watercolor Pencils- you can use cheap colored pencils from the store but they don’t have as much pigment and blend ability and just aren’t as pretty as artist pencils. I bought some watercolor pencils that have worked well- I got a small box of pencils and regret it now as I wish I had more color options. Prices are all over the board so you can choose what works for you here.
Thanks for sharing, I’m dying to try these. Are these supposed to print to a full 8.5 x 11 sheet of paper? I cant get it to work!
Hi Heather- yes they are supposed to be full 8.5 x 11. It depends on how the person formatted the document to print, some formats I have trouble with as well.
Sheila hawkins says
Thank you for sharing these. I’m not sure where to go to print them though.
Kathy A says
Thank you so much for these great coloring pages!
Ben Gill says
I’m also obsessed with coloring pages. I particularly love the Secret Garden by Johanna Basford. Thanks for sharing =D
– Ben Gill (Element Paints)