These printable Christmas tree coloring pages for adults are fun for the whole family! There are trees with complex geometric shapes for adults and teens to enjoy as well as simpler Christmas trees to color for younger children.
The holiday season is joyful, but it can also be stressful. Coloring can be a great way to reduce your stress, refocus, and take a few minutes of “me time.”
These Christmas tree coloring pages to print and color are completely free – no log in required! Download a few of your favorites, grab your favorite supplies, and get coloring!
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Recommended coloring supplies
I gave up on cheapo coloring books and supplies a long time ago. It’s just no fun to color on junky paper.
You can print your coloring pages on plain printer paper, but there are much nicer options.
I think the best paper for printables is presentation paper. It’s a heavyweight paper with a special coating. The coating makes it super nice to color on. Pencils go on thick and creamy and markers look great, too! I also don’t have problems with the inkjet lines bleeding when I use markers if I’ve printed on presentation paper.
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White cardstock is my second favorite “paper” for printables. It’s rougher to color on, but a good choice for kids because it can deal with more rough handling and enthusiastic coloring.
My favorite pencils are Prismacolor – they’re so rich and creamy!
Right now I’m also loving the Crayola Supertip markers. They’re surprisingly fun to color with, even for adults, and very affordable. They’re also pretty washable, which is great for kids.
- Crayola washable super tips markers are perfect for drawing, coloring and writing
- Great value
- Will not bleed through paper
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Free printable Christmas tree coloring pages
Like all coloring pages on The Artisan Life, these Christmas tree coloring sheets are all free for personal use. You can print and color them as many times as you’d like!
You can also print them for your family, personal classroom, scout troop, etc. as long as you are personally involved. Please do not redistribute the digital files or the printed copies to others. Simply refer them to this page so they can download their own copy.
The images are low resolution previews. Feel free to Pin them, but they will look terrible printed! Use the download links to get the PDF files from GoogleDrive. Download links are located below each preview image and are highlighted with a grey box to make them easy to spot.
All files are in compressed zip format so you won’t see a preview, but they will uncompress on your computer. You can also save and view them on iPhone and Android. (Learn how to view ZIP files on Android here.)
Related: Free printable star templates
Easy Christmas tree coloring pages
These simple coloring pages are great for younger children or if you want to add your own embellishments. If you’d like to see more tree shapes, visit this post for Christmas tree outlines.
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Complex Christmas tree coloring pages for adults
These pages are a bit more detailed and complex, which makes them perfect for adults, teens, and older children who love to color!
Make sure you can find these coloring printables again later! Pin them now!
Natasha Núñez is a former classroom teacher with a Masters of the Arts in Teaching. She also is a registered yoga teacher & holds a certificate in natural skincare formulation from the School of Natural Skincare. She shares her passion for education, positive parenting, free printables, and recipes for DIY bath & home products. Learn more about Natasha and where she’s been featured.