These spring coloring pages are perfect for adults and teens! Grab these free printable spring coloring pages with flowers, butterflies, and even a cute sloth coloring page!
As regular readers know, I love coloring and sharing coloring pages! I used to just post adult coloring pages one at a time, but today I’m stepping up my game by sharing a set of 11+ spring coloring pages with line art and 6 floral mandalas for spring. Hooray! I hope you have as much fun using these spring coloring pages as I did creating them!
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What is the best paper for printing coloring pages?
Before we get into the spring coloring pages, I want to cover something very important – paper.
If you just print your pages on any old copy paper, you won’t have the premium coloring experience you deserve!
Yes, you can use copy paper if you need to, but I highly recommend getting something a bit ‘nicer’ and choosing the paper type based on what you like to color with.
You’ll get better results with a presentation paper. I personally use and recommend Epson presentation paper.
For markers, especially art markers like Prismacolors or Copics, you really need to use a laser printer and presentation paper or other coated paper/cardstock.
I haven’t personally run it through my printer because I have a smaller pad, but the Bee marker paper is supposed to work well for printable coloring pages.
The Neenah Classic Crest cardstock is a bit pricier, but you will absolutely feel the difference. If you want some, consider going in with other coloring friends to buy a pack. If you take your coloring seriously, it’s worth the investment!
To make watercolor coloring pages, cut down sheets of 9×12 Canson watercolor paper and run them through a laser printer. This paper is thicker and won’t go through all laser printers without jamming. If you don’t have a laser printer or your printer can’t handle it, head to a local copy shop!
Alright, now let’s get to the spring coloring pages!
Spring Coloring Pages Printables
These images are just low resolution previews. Please don’t try to print and color them – they’ll look terrible! Look after the previews for download information.
Cute bird on a branch with flowers
Blooming flowers in a field
Two realistic birds with dogwood blossoms
Blooming flowers and a dancing fairy
A butterfly with a tea set and a vase of flowers
Two swans and flowers
Cute sloth coloring page!
A cute smiling sun with butterflies
A bridge over a stream with trees and butterflies
Flowers and a quote about flowers
Daffodils, dogwoods, and a cute squirrel!
Shepherdess with lambs
A page full of Easter eggs (want more Easter egg coloring pages?)
These last two are a little more kid friendly so you can share them with your family! First there’s these silly bunnies with rainbows:
Then there’s this frog coloring page
These coloring pages are all available for free to Artisan Life subscribers. Just log into the Resource Library, input your password, and download away!
If you aren’t a member yet, you can quickly become one using the form below. Let me know where to send your library password and you’ll receive instant access to all the free printables in the library!
Printable Floral Mandalas
I know I don’t always want super elaborate coloring pages. That’s why I made three simple floral mandalas and three more complex floral mandalas!
Again, these images are just very low resolution previews. Please keep scrolling down for PDF download information!
Simple floral mandalas
More complex floral mandalas
Again, these floral mandalas for spring are located in the Member’s Resource Library. Log in or grab your password by becoming a member now!
More free coloring pages
As I mentioned above, these aren’t my first coloring pages!
Here are a few more freebies on the site. Enjoy!
More free printables!
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.