Color with Fuzzy!
I love making mesmerizing geometric coloring pages with complex designs. Now you get to color more than 70 from this page for adults and kids!
Scroll down for for a wonderland of geometric shapes and designs!
Print a 3D geometric coloring sheet for a three dimensional effect with different illusions.
My favorite geometrical star is the compass star. It is so nautically strong. Do you know someone who is a sailor or airplane pilot? Color a compass star as a nice surprise for that special someone. Look for optical illusions.
These coloring sheets have neat square and rectangular patterns. Remember this: diamonds are often drawn as squares, too, especially for quilt patterns.
Ladies like to make quilts and quilt designs on other projects. Can you see a diamond, a cross, and an X in one of these quilt patterns? I think that it's neat how the squares can make different patterns. Some of them are also optical illusions.
Circular geometric coloring designs can be so ornate. I like the circles that look like Spirograph patterns and I colored many of these as a teen.
Some of these pictures remind me of Ferris wheels, flowers, and spider webs.
One looks like a stained glass window with a star pattern and another looks like a sunburst.
Choose one of these geometric owl coloring sheets for a complex or simple picture of the majestic owl.
Butterflies and dragonflies add whimsy to these geometric coloring pictures.
I love these geometric leaf coloring pages. The laurel wreaths remind me of winning a race. My favorite is the curly leaf as it is so fancy.
These geometric flower coloring pages are perfect every time!
Cones, cubes, pyramids, and spheres are easy to draw with a ruler and compass. Teach the shapes with these geometry coloring sheets and see more throughout my site.
I've got oodles of Celtic designs for the Celtic at heart, neat Celtic knots and designs – even a shamrock, rose, and thistle or two. Moms, Dads, and kids like my 3D pages, patterns to color, and other shape pictures, too:
Kids can color them for eye and hand coordination. Adults can color these sheets for relaxation. The elderly can use them to stay sharp while paying attention to the details in the designs and patterns. And the rest of us can color them for fun!
You can color them according to the seasons: red and green for Christmas, pastels for Easter, and bright colors for spring and summer. You're free to use the whole rainbow spectrum of colors.
Thank you for coloring with Fuzzy!
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