Tulip Flower Coloring Pages 

Color with Fuzzy!

Spring is time for tulip coloring pages. So many colors! Yellows, reds, whites, pinks and purples are everywhere. I've got blooms and bouquets for you to color and share.

You can make your tulips fancy and variegated by leaving stripes of white or using a second color like yellow with red for a neat fire effect.

Printables spread springtime tulips all year long!

~ Fuzzy

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1.  Tall Tulip Flower Coloring Pictures

Tall tulips are so graceful and elegant. Which is your favorite?

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Preschool and elementary school kids will love Fuzzy's ad-free PDF printable coloring pages. They are fun to customize and color for homeschool.

Add your name or write a birthday message in your favorite fonts, SIZES, and colors. You'll love using my interactive coloring pages to print! See my home page for more info on digital downloads.

  • Use your printer's booklet setting for birthday cards.
  • Use the multiples setting for doll sized printables two to four up.
  • Kindergarten children love these in school and at home!

Also, get your favorite crayons, coloring pencils, and watercolors ready for my relaxing adult coloring pages!


2. Short Cute Tulips Coloring Pages

Aren't these short tulips cute?! I think so.

3. Tulip Gardens and Bouquets

Ooo. These are pretty bouquets! Also, I love seeing tulip gardens.

Fuzzy Loves Tulips!

Coloring Pages For Kids

Tulips are for both children and adults. All of us love flowers and spring!

Remember to show little children the greens for the leaves and background and fan out a selection of reds, yellows, pinks and purples for the flowers. Some of my friends like it when I put a color dot in the best places so they can remember their choices. 

  • Preschoolers and kindergartners love tulips for Mother's Day. It's so nice to be able to bring Mom a flower without picking a real flower.
  • If you have a garden catalog or Pinterest, show the kids how many ways there are to color a tulip.
  • Nursing homes are often getting pictures to color for the elderly. Do your Grandma and Grandpa like to color? Mine did.

Adult Coloring Pages

Adults like coloring tulips for relaxation and stress relief. It's like doodling for peaceful joy:

  • greens and blues for the grass and sky, 
  • pinks and purples for the flowers.

Thank you for coloring with Fuzzy!

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