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Free Flower Coloring Pages for Kids

Updated on February 20, 2015

These free flower coloring pages for kids feature illustrations of a variety of fantasy flowers.They're all on black backgrounds, which will make the colors stand out and cause these to turn into works of art in the hands of your little artist.

Instructions for Downloading the Coloring Pages

To download them, simply click the thumbnail is image of the one you want, which will cause a larger version to appear underneath. IMPORTANT: Once you've chosen an image and see it larger, double-click on the larger image, which will make the best version of the art appear.

If you have a PC, just right-click and save the final version of the artwork to your hard drive. If you're a Mac user, control-click the image until you get a pop-up menu that will give you an option to save the file.

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Terms of Use

You're free to use these free flower coloring pages all you want for non-commercial purposes. Please do not sell them or post the images on blogs or Web sites, even if they are free. If you'd like your readers to access these coloring page images, please provide a link to this page.

If you have any questions, please contact Carla at info [@] vintageholidaycrafts [.com].

Teach Your Children Well

There's real benefit in educating children about horticulture, gardening and flowers when they're young. Not only does it teach them to respect the land and those who work on it, but they come to understand the order of life at its most basic level. There's nothing like passing the joy of caring for flowers onto the next generation. With any luck that will mean a greener world for all of us.

Interested in other forms of printables? Then check out, which has links to a huge number of party printables.


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      Carla Chadwick 6 years ago from Georgia, y'all

      Thanks, Jamie!

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      Jamie Brock 6 years ago from Texas

      These are awesome.. thank you for sharing!

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      Carla Chadwick 7 years ago from Georgia, y'all

      Nice idea, Kim! thanks for sharing it.

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      kben 7 years ago

      Coloring trees is such a wonderful concept for kids. It can be used as an excellent learning tool for them. You can have several apples arranged on a tree in rows. You can have the child color the apples and place names there to build a family tree. The child and the siblings can go on the top row. The next row can be for the parents and then the next one for the grandparents and so on.