Printable flower coloring pages make the day bright and sunny for me. Flowers are so cheery that I want to brighten your day too!
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I have vases and bouquets of flowers and lovely daisies, lilies, spring flowers, sunflowers, and tulips - over one hundred pictures.
Sending a floral picture is a lot like sending a live bouquet of flowers. My favorite bouquet is the one in the big watering can.
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I like sending my Mom or teacher a flower bouquet. Sometimes I like flowers in a vase and other times tied with a pretty bow.
My favorite color vase is green. I think flowers look brighter and prettier when they have a green vase.
You can color lots of flowers in vases below.
This is such an elegant and airy flower bouquet in a classy Greek vase.
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Carnations are beautiful! They are also called Mums for short. They're great for Mother's Day and coloring for Mum, Mom, and Grandma.
This light and springy mix of lilies, daisies, and zinnias is in a nice vase for you to color. Use a green coloring pencil to color the stems and use light green for the tiny leaves.
I remember Grandma keeping a vase of flowers on the kitchen counter by her basket of eggs. Isn't this picture pretty?
This large vase is bursting with beautiful asters and poppies. Remember to use coloring pencils for the tiny places.
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This is a simple flower vase to color. Nice for a short break or a gift of cheer!
When you come in from the garden, the best place to put the flowers is in the watering can. It keeps them cool and wet. It's lovely to see!
Preschoolers love these cute flowers in a vase. Me too!
Color this wooden frame full of roses with browns on the branches and pinks and greens for the roses. Perfect for rose lovers!
These poppies and lilies make a lovely floral gift. Which color will you color the tissue paper and bow?
Here is another paper wrapped bouquet for you to color. The ribbon holds the aster and daisy stems all together.
Kids love coloring these cute posies. They're so round and cute!
I love these wreaths and garlands of primroses, tulips, daffodils, and wild flowers.
These flowers look like a Christmas Poinsettia bouquet. The round balls are actually the flower.
The leaves closest to the yellow green "flowers" can be red or white and even mixed with some green because they are actually leaves.
Write a note on the gift card and remember to color the border and have a merry Christmas!
I love this natural bouquet of flowers with a sweet butterfly coming to get some nectar.
It reminds me of a bright summer day!
Lilacs, daffodils, and tulips are my favorite spring flowers.
I like the light purple color of lilacs and the bright yellow of daffodils. You can color the tulip lots of different colors!
Asters and bluebells can be found along country roads and make a lovely bouquet of wildflowers.
Blue is a rare color for flowers; yet you can color these bell shaped flowers shades of blue and purple.
Color the asters orange with bright yellow centers for a brilliant contrast!
The primrose is a lovely wild flower that grows on a bush.
Color the leaves green and color the rose buds dark pink. The double and single flowers can be colored light pinks and yellows.
Daisies remind me of green fields and spring time.
Most daisies have white petals and yellow centers so you can leave the petals white and color the background.
See my daisy pictures here.
Lilies are so beautiful! They come in many colors. White, yellow, and orange are common; yet my Mom has beautiful pink lilies in her yard called Assumption or Mystery lilies.
My favorites are the big white Easter lilies.
See my lily coloring pages here.
Go to this page for wonderful coloring pictures of roses.
Roses bloom really well at the beginning of summer and at the end of summer so they are both spring and fall flowers.
Color some of these rose pictures.
Spring flowers let us know that spring has arrived. What a fun time of year!
I love to see the pretty crocuses, hyacinths, and daffodils. Choose your favorite spring flowers to color here.
Sunflowers are the state flower in my state of Kansas. You'll love my realistic sunflowers. I have some super cute sunflowers to color.
I like pretty tulips planted all in a row. I love when Mom gathers some tulips and puts them in a bouquet. Help me color these tulips.
This page has detailed flowers for adults to color and this one has more flower patterns.
Kids like coloring flowers and so do adults. Flowers give us a very nice feeling and they can be colored in so many different ways. It's no wonder that teachers and parents often print off an extra for themselves!
Some of these bouquets are a bit tricky for tiny children, yet they love coloring flowers. Do show them good places to put flowery colors so that they are happy with their special picture.
Preschoolers and kindergartners would enjoy these on Mother's Day and Mom's birthday. Older children like them because they recognize their own favorite flowers or have more friends with whom to share printables.
Adults like to color, too, and they have more reason for sending notes to each other. They can use their printer's booklet setting to print these pictures on card stock. Then you can make fabulous floral greeting cards.
Geometric flowers make neat designs. Using different colors can give totally new effects to the very same picture. I think it is exciting to see how each new picture is finished.
Thank you for coloring with Fuzzy!