There is something so calming and enjoyable about coloring geometric designs. Usually when I think of geometric coloring pages, I think of mandalas. Today I’m mixing things up by sharing free printable snowflake coloring pages!
To make sure everyone in the family has something to color, there are a variety of blank snowflakes in sizes from 3″ to almost 8″ across.
There are also 30 snowflake coloring pages for adults with complex designs for you to color!
Snowflakes are a different type of geometric design that are a lot of fun to color! Children may also enjoy decorating their pages with sequins, glitter, or other embellishments for added holiday sparkle.
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These snowflakes can also be used for a variety of arts and crafts projects.
You can use them as ornaments, paper cutout decorations on a window, wall, or bulletin board, or even use them as stencils for painting projects.
Favorite coloring supplies
Right now our favorite crayons are the Crayola twistable crayons. There’s no paper to eat, they’re difficult to break accidentally, and you don’t need to sharpen them.
- One Crayola Twistables Crayons Coloring Set with 50 compact twistable crayons in a reusable box
- This Amazon exclusive drawing set never needs sharpening or peeling
- A plastic barrel protects the color core, twisting up to color and down to store away
For markers, we like the Crayola Supertips. They’re very washable (this is so important with kids!), but they’re good for adults, too. They’re also super affordable!
- Crayola Super tips washable marker set having durable
- Age.Mfg Minimum: 36
Snowflake coloring sheets
The snowflake coloring sheets are available free for personal use. Please do not redistribute the digital files – simply refer your friends and family to this post so they can download their own copy!
The images are low resolution previews. Use the download links for the high resolution PDF printable files.
Small snowflake shapes for tracing & coloring
To start with, we have smaller snowflakes. There are 12 snowflakes total – 6 to a page. They are about 3″ high each. These small snowflakes are so cute and perfect for gift tags! Just put around each snowflake in a square instead of trying to cut around every little line.
Next we have mid-sized snowflakes. These are about 4″ high. There are some different designs in this set! There are a total of 10 snowflakes on three separate pages.
Large snowflake coloring pages
Then we have large snowflake coloring pages. All 16 snowflakes are one to a page and about 7.7″ across (when printed at full size). This should fit inside the print margins of virtually every home printer so you don’t have to worry about scaling!
Complicated snowflakes to color
Now let’s get to the hard coloring pages!
There are 30 complicated snowflake coloring pages for adult and teens.
There are six different snowflake shapes and each one has five different fill options so you have 30 unique snowflakes to color.
All 30 images are in the same printable PDF linked below the preview images. The images are broken up by snowflake shape so you can see a bit of the detail! When I tried to show them all at once, you couldn’t see a thing.
Finally we have a bonus snowman coloring page with snowflakes!
These snowflakes (and snowman coloring sheet!) are just a fraction of the free printable coloring pages available on The Artisan Life!
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Natasha is a former classroom teacher turned WAHM. 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.