This family runs on coffee! (Or, more precisely, on espresso.)
Today I am super excited to share 20+ free printable coffee coloring pages with you. They’re filled with fun coffee puns and are so much fun to color!
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The paper you use for coloring page printables can really make or break your experience.
Plain printer/copy paper is not a good choice for coloring pages, especially not for adults coloring pages with lots of detail.
Instead, consider using presentation paper. It has a coating that keeps markers from soaking in and feathering out and makes colored pencil super creamy.
- Epson Premium Presentation Paper Matte (8.5" x 11") (100 Sheets/Pkg)
- Premium Presentation Paper delivers long-lasting photographs with a matte finish
- With its heavyweight, bright white, ultra-smooth finish, this paper is perfect for non-glare photographs, craft projects and signage
You can also use white cardstock. It isn’t quite as nice to color on, but I really like it for kid’s coloring pages because it’s sturdy. I use masking tape or painter’s tape to hold my toddler’s coloring sheets in place. Sometimes she pulls up the tape or the page, and I’ve found that the cardstock is a lot more durable and likely to survive the experience!
If you have a laser printer, you can use watercolor paper and make your own watercolor coloring pages! You just might need to trim it down if you don’t have a printer that can handle a slightly larger page. I’ve used this paper trimmer for years and love that the guide wire helps me make accurate cuts.
- 30 sheets of 140 lb (300 gsm) painting paper which is thick and sturdy to last a long time
- The durable surface stands up to repeated washes and other watercolor techniques so you can paint until your work is complete.
- Acid-free means that it doesn't yellow over time or leech chemicals into the other sheets, so your items stay looking newer, longer.
Coffee coloring pages
As always, these coffee coloring page printables are available for personal use. Please do not redistribute the digital files. Instead, just refer your friends to this post so they can download their own copy!
The images are low resolution previews – please look below the images for download information.
But first, coffee
Life begins after coffee
Today lis like coffee, it will be as good as you make it
I like big cups and I cannot lie
You can do big things, Love, coffee
I like my cream with sugar and a splash of coffee
Pie and lattes
Rise and grind
My blood type is coffee
Coffee, because adulting is hard
In dog coffees I’ve only had one
Behind every successful person is a substantial amount of coffee
You can’t buy happiness but you can buy coffee
Too much Monday, not enough coffee
I think, therefore I’ve had my coffee
When you feel depresso have a little espresso
I love you more than coffee (but please don’t make me prove it)
Coffee coloring page
Where to download your coffee coloring printables
Like most of the coloring pages here on The Artisan Life, the full set of coffee coloring sheets is available for free in the Member’s Resource Library. If you’re already a member, head on over and log in to get your download!
If you’re not a member yet, I created an extra preview page so you can see how awesome my coloring pages are. 😉
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Natasha is a former classroom teacher turned WAHM. She also is a registered yoga teacher and certified life coach. She shares her passion for education with craft tutorials and free printables. She also shares her experience moving through grief after losing a parent and passion for positive parenting. Learn more about Natasha and where she’s been featured.