Here are all those great sites I promised to tell you about!
1. Don't Eat the Paste – Mandalas
2. Jenean Morrison
I found this Jenean Morrison free page on another site. Her books are available on Amazon and I will be sharing a page I colored from her Flower Designs Coloring Book Volume 1 soon.
3. Jen Goode from 100Directions.com
Jen has an entire Pinterest board collecting all of her printables and coloring pages. She's been at this a few years and you might have seen her art on a stamp or other craft item because she licenses her work to companies to use on their products. This flower coloring book page is fun and whimsical, great for watercoloring.
I was surprised and pleased to see that Crayola has lots of free printable coloring book pages for kids and grownups on their site. Crayola Coloring Book Pages
5. Patterns for Colouring
This site has page after page of pdf patterns you can print and color: Patterns for Colouring
Joanne Fink, thecreator of Zenspirations®, has a line of coloring books in Michael's stores and online at Amazon but she also generously shares even more free coloring book pages on her site at Zenspirations.com. If you ever need a holiday themed coloring book page, she'll most likely have one available on her weekly blog.
7. Tasha Goddard via MumInTheMadHouse
Tasha Goddard has some free coloring book pages on the site of Mum in The Mad House. Click the link to see the free pages as well as a list of more great coloring pages for grownups.
8. Tried & True Blog
Vanessa Brady from Tried & True is simply an amazing blogger so it doesn't surprise me that she has her own collection of free printable coloring pages for adults. Be sure to check out the blog too – it's full of fabulousness!
9. Homegrowm Hospitality
Stephanie Ackerman has long shared free printables that you can color on her site, Homegrown Hospitality. You can view all the downloads in one place in her printables archives.
Looking for more coloring book page ideas?
Check out this post I wrote about how to create blended looks on coloring pages with colored pencils: Coloring Books for Adults
Did you know that you can use coloring book pages as templates for making window clings and puffy paint doilies? Check out how I made puffy paint doilies by using free printable mandala coloring book pages I found online: Puffy Paint Doilies
Do you have a favorite source for coloring book pages?
Share it in the comments!
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