These Greek Goddess coloring pages are fun for adults, teens, and older kids. My third grade history curriculum included studying classical mythology and coloring the pictures during art class. These pages may be a little too detailed for third graders, but older students and adults will definitely enjoy coloring these images. You may even learn a few new Greek goddesses as you color along!
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Printer paper for coloring pages
I recommend using 32 lb bright white paper for coloring pages. It’s thicker than copy paper, which means it’s less likely to experience bleeding and feathering. It’s also smoother for a more enjoyable coloring experience. If it’s out of stock, the HP 24# paper is the second best choice. It’s still thicker and brighter than standard paper, but it cost a couple of dollars less than the 32# paper.
- Made in USA: HP Papers is sourced from renewable forest resources and has achieved production with 0% deforestation in North America.
- Heavyweight premium printing: HP Premium32 is a heavyweight (32 pounds), brighter (100 bright) and whiter (163 whiteness) paper with a super-smooth...
- Certified sustainable: HP Premium32 presentation paper is Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified and contributes toward satisfying credit MR1...
Pencils & markers for adult coloring
I can’t deny loving Copic markers but they are pricey and can be hard to find. My favorite markers for “everyday” coloring are inexpensive Crayola Supertips. They’re affordable, easy to find, and fun for kids and adults. They have a fine tip for details, but can also be used on the nib’s side for broader areas of coloring.
The caps on Supertips markers don’t always look exactly like the actual ink color, which is a common problem with markers, so you may want to do test swatches. Some of my Supertips markers are shown in the photo below.
Prismacolors are, in my opinion, the best colored pencils for coloring. I personally prefer coloring with pencils because they don’t feather and bleed. Even the “student” lines of Prismacolor colored pencils are softer and creamier than brands like Crayola. Prismacolors color easily and are great for blending. My husband can do really amazing things with blending our Prismacolor pencils.
- Soft, thick cores are perfect for shading and shadows
- Ultra-smooth, even color laydown
- Lightfast, richly saturated pigments
For some extra goddess sparkle, color these pages with gel pens. Even if you don’t want to color the whole sheet with gel pens, you can add accent sparkles. Check out this post for the best gel pens for coloring, including a budget pick that actually colors well. The short version is that the pens shown below are the best overall and best budget pick:
Free printable Greek Goddess coloring sheets
The coloring sheets are shown in groups to help this page load more quickly, but each sheet has its own page in the printable PDF. Normally I groups coloring sheet previews in fours, but these pages are shown in pairs to help you see the details. License and download information are located below the previews.
Like all free printables on The Artisan Life, these are licensed for personal and single classroom use. This includes use with Scouts troops, Sunday school classes, therapy clients, etc. as long as you are personally organizing the in-personactivity.
You are not licensed to redistribute the digital files or printouts to other adults for use with their own children/students. Please refer your friends and coworkers to this blog post so they can download their own copies.
I hope you enjoy these Greek goddess coloring pages. Make sure to check out these additional free printable coloring sheets here on The Artisan Life: