There is something missing in this garden scene - and that's the flowers! We've provided the stalks and now the kids need to draw on the flowers, and the colour the whole picture in.
Flower Colouring Pages
We've got a huge collection of original flower colouring pages we hope you like them! Nicely coloured in an mounted on some contrasting card or paper they would also make a lovely little gift for mothers, grandmothers, aunties or teachers...
This pretty basket of spring flowers needs some colour. Get out the colouring pencils and make it as bright and cheerful as you can.
Here's a lovely bunch of roses for the kids to colour in and give to mother, teacher or auntie when the real thing isn't available! Then again, this bunch of roses will last forever...
Here's a pretty carnation colouring page for nature studies, giving to a special someone who loves carnations, or just for fun. Print the high quality pdf version.
Colour in these pretty carnations, which stand out beautifully against the patterned background. Something different!
The third of our daffodil colouring pages shows a daffodil looking up to soak up the spring sunshine.
Featuring just the head of a daffodil, this colouring page would work well for collages too. They would make a lovely classroom display, coloured or collaged and cut out.
We've filled the background of this pretty daffodil doodle colouring page with spring green so that you can concentate on the doodly details of the flowers! Use a selection of different yellows and oranges and greens for a really special design.
There is so much detail to colour in on this pretty daffodil doodle colouring page - making it perfect for older children and grown-ups. This kind of "meditative" or "mindful" colouring page is very popular right now.
Here's a beautiful dahlia colouring page for nature studies or summer colouring. Print the high quality pdf version below.
How pretty do these dahlias look against the deep yellow background of this colouring page? Grab the colouring pencils and add some more colour!
Here's a lovely big bold outline of a daisy for the kids to colour - so pretty in spring-time or summer! Why not cut them out and line up a row of flowers on display...
Here are two simple outline flowers on Doodle Pattern Tiles, ready for the kids to get creative. They can try using a fine black pen for a "zentangle" type design, or go wild with colour...
It's fun to doodle on these Doodle Pattern Tiles - and these two have a flower design to get you started and give your doodles somewhere to go! Cut out the tiles first to make your doodling easier...
Here's a lovely simple flower colouring page - a great one for younger children who might be anticipating Spring!
Here's a colouring page of a flower in a flower pot. I think these would look lovely cut out and stuck along the bottom of a window to look like a window box display.
Children young and old, plus probably a few adults, will enjoy colouring in the patterns on this simple flower colouring page.
This beautiful bouquet of flowers needs to be coloured in! Crayons, pencils, pens or even paints - get them out and make this flowers colouring page as colourful as you can.
Colour in this pretty colouring page to give to someone special. It's almost as good as a bunch of real flowers!
Here's another version of our foxglove nature study colouring page, this time with the background filled in to make the colouring "pop" out!
Here's a gladiolus colouring page for kids to print and colour. Gladioli are such pretty summer flowers! Print the high quality pdf version above or the jpg below.
These lovely gladioli are sitting against a pretty lavender coloured background, just waiting to be coloured in!
This lovely design is perfect for colouring in for Valentine's Day, or any time something just "pretty" is required!
Here's a pretty hollyhocks colouring page for kids to print and colour for nature studies or just for summer colouring fun. Hollyhocks are the perfect cottage garden flower! Print the high quality pdf version.
We've kept the outline of our pretty hyacinth colouring page very simple, so that the kids can colour in a whole field of them if they choose and cut them out for display! Imagine these in all sorts of pretty spring colours, lining your walls or notice-boards...
Sometimes the background to a colouring page can be a little daunting to colour in - so on this pretty hyacinth doodle colouring page, we've done it for you!
It will take a little time to colour in this pretty hyacinth doodle colouring page - but that's the whole point! We've aimed it at older children (and adults - we know how many grown-ups enjoy a little bit of colouring in).
Here's an iris colouring page for the kids to colour in, perhaps for nature study? Print the high quality pdf version.
We've coloured in the background of our iris colouring page this time - partly because it can sometimes seem a bit daunting to colour it in yourself, and partly because the flowers will really pop against it when they are done!
What could be more relaxing than colouring a sprig of lavender. Here's a simple lavender colouring page for you to enjoy.
Here's a pretty colouring page full of flowers and creativity! Let your ideas bloom as you colour it in. We've left a big border around the edge of the colouring page so that you can frame the finished page.
Here's an lily colouring page to print and colour - summer colouring fun for children. Print the high quality pdf version.
Here's another version of our pretty lily colouring page, this time with the background coloured in for you.
He is a pretty lotus flower to colouring. We've left the outlines simple for cutting out if you wish, too.
I remember as a child looking sadly out of the window on a rainy afternoon, trapped inside, and my grandmother saying to me, "Never mind, it's good for the garden". It didn't help much, to be honest!
Poppies are such pretty wild flowers! Here's a poppy colouring page to print and colour, perfect for nature study or as a summer colouring page.
Here is our colouring page of wild poppies - so pretty - but this time we've filled in the background of the page so it doesn't seem so daunting. Colour them red, orange or yellow and they will really pop against the background!
Roses are everyone's favourite summer flowers! Here's a pretty rose colouring page for the children to colour in. It would make a lovely little gift for a grandma or auntie...
This pretty rose colouring page has the background done for you - but there's still lots of detail to colour in. Perfect for older children.
This simple outline rose colouring page is perfect for younger children, but I'm sure anyone would be happy to receive this when it is done!
There's a smile on each of the flowers in this big bunch to colour in! Such a pretty colouring page!
Such a cute colouring page for spring - or any time! A little girl offers a recently gathered bunch of flowers...
You'll find daffodils, tulips, snowdrops and other pretty spring flowers in this lovely spring colouring page for kids to print and colour!
This pretty spring gardening colouring page, complete with window box, trowel and watering can - would make a pretty colouring picture to give to a mother, grandmother or auntie who enjoys gardening...
You know it is high summer when the sunflowers come out! Here's a pretty sunflower colouring page - for fun or nature study.
This sunflower colouring page is aimed at younger children but you can use it in many different ways. How about using it as a collage base and gluing sunflower seeds to the middle circle, and crumpled tissue paper to the petals and leaves? It works as a template for all sorts of craft projects.
Here's another version of our pretty sunflower colouring page, this time with the background filled in. And as we often enjoy sunflowers against a lovely summer blue sky, that's what you'll find on this printable page!
This fun doodle page asks children to draw the sunflowers on top of the sunflower stalks before colouring in the picture! And to help them along, one little boy is imagining just what his prize-winning sunflower looks like...
Here's a pretty thistle colouring page for the children to colour, with simple outlines for younger children but enough detail to give older kids a chance to be creative, too.
This tulip colouring page is very pretty and would be a great activity when Spring is in the air. Children can choose the colour of the flower themselves - or maybe colour a whole garden's worth!