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Spring Flowers Color Pages (free printable PDF templates)

Get the cutest free printable Spring Flowers Color Pages around. These coloring sheets are perfect for ages elementary, teen (middle school), & even grown ups will enjoy them. Just pick whichever design you like, save the downloadable free PDF template, print it out, and get coloring to your little hearts content, or you could even use them as an embroidery pattern or inspiration for fine line tattoos.

color pages spring flowers
Spring Flowers Color Pages.

Very few things make me think about springtime more than anything floral or things that are starting to grow…so, I have spent a LOT of time designing these free printable pictures for coloring, that are all pictures of spring flowers (I definitely do not claim to be a graphic designer on any level…but I’m learning and growing…just like the flowers hee hee 🙂 ).

While this post may be geared towards some of the spring months like March, April, and May when all of the bulb flowers start blossoming, of course you can print them and use them year round. Especially if any of them are your favorite flowers.

If you would like to see all of my free printable coloring pages, go here! My other botanical coloring pages can be found here.

How to use my free coloring pages & supplies needed list:

*Keep in mind that while these coloring sheets are free, they are for personal use only. Any additional use will need written permission, from me, obtained via email. Thanks.*

How to get best results with my printable spring flowers

How to get best results with my printable spring flowers

Prep Time: 2 minutes
Active Time: 3 minutes
Total Time: 3 minutes
Difficulty: Beginner to Intermediate


  • Standard 8.5"x11" Printing Paper (or quality cardstock)
  • Black Ink/Toner


  • Computer/ Phone/ Or Tablet To Download To
  • Printer
  • Colored Pencils
  • Pencil Sharpener
  • Eraser (optional)


  1. how to use Step 1 Scroll through the available coloring sheet options and determine which picture/pictures you would like to color (the example photo, with the websites watermark, shows you what the whole PDF will look like).
  2. Scroll just below the desired example photo, to the PDF version (the PDF version does not have the websites watermark on it), and either select "print" in the top right hand corner, or you can select "download" (also in the top right hand corner).
  3. how to use Step 3 A (2) how to use Step 3 B (1) how to use Step 3 C (1)As you go to print it, select the highest quailty option, or the highest DPI setting (DPI refers to the number of printed dots that are within one inch of the image being printed...basically the higher the number, the better the quality of the print). Now select "print".
  4. how to use Step 4After printing out your coloring pictures, allow the ink to set (dry out) for several minutes. This step will help prevent any smudging.
  5. how to use Step 5Now wash your hands and dry them thoroughly. Find a clean, nice flat/hard surface to lay the paper on, and color your prints in whatever way you fancy. Then enjoy them for years to come.


Ideas on what to do with these pictures:

You could print the coloring pages out and bind them and, paired with some nice colored pencils or an art set, it could be a fun little gift for any coloring enthusiast's special day.

You could also buy some simple frames, have these pictures printed out on a quality card stock at a local printing company, color them as beautifully as you can, and they could easily be added to your home decor.

These free coloring pictures can also be used as embroidery patterns using transfer sheets.

They could be used as a pattern for a fine-line tattoo.

Then of course, you can just plain print them out and color them as many times as you want to too.

*Please note that this website uses an image optimizer on the example photo's (which makes them load faster but also reduces quality), which is why you will get the best result by making sure you are downloading and using the PDF file directly. The example photo is just there so that you get an idea of what the entire picture looks like as it is hard to scroll through a PDF, on some devices, and see the whole thing within one screenshot.*

**Print quality instructions are for when using a desktop computer and an HP printer, it should be fairly similar should you use a different device**.

***Please make sure to select "fit to page" option when printing so that you ensure that entire image makes it on your printed page.

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Tips for coloring spring flowers

Here are some tips that may help you create the most beautiful spring flowers:

  • Choose the right colors: Spring flowers are often associated with bright and pastel colors such as pink, yellow, purple, and blue. Consider using these colors or any other colors that represent spring to you.
  • Use shading and blending techniques: To add depth and dimension to your coloring, use shading and blending techniques. This will help make the flowers look more realistic and three-dimensional.
  • Practice layering: Layering different shades of the same color can give your flowers a more realistic look. Start with a light base color and then add darker shades to the areas where the shadows fall.
  • Pay attention to details: Flowers often have intricate details such as petals, stamens, and pistils. Take your time to color these details carefully, using a fine-tipped marker or colored pencil.
  • Experiment with different coloring tools: Try using different coloring tools such as watercolors, markers, colored pencils, or gel pens. Each tool can give a unique effect to your coloring.
  • Look at reference images: If you’re having trouble deciding on the colors or details to use, look at reference images of spring flowers. You can find many images online or in books that can inspire your coloring.

Remember to have fun and let your creativity flow as you color your spring flowers!

Color Pages Spring Flowers Options For Printing (in alphabetical order):

Barrel Planter With Flowers

Barrel Planter with flowers free printable color page available for pdf download
Barrel Planter With Flowers Color Sheet Example


Bluebell Coloring Sheet Example

Cherry Blossom / Cherry Blossoms

(also known as Japanese Cherry or Sakura Blossoms)

Cherry Blossoms free printable coloring page available for pdf download
Cherry Blossoms Coloring Sheet Example


crocus free printable coloring page available for pdf download
Crocus coloring sheet example

Daffodil/Daffodils (Narcissus)

Daffodils are MY FAVORITE FLOWER EVER!!!!, so I am going to give you two options for daffodil free printables.

daffodil free printable coloring page available for pdf download
Daffodil coloring sheet example
daffodils free printable color page available for pdf download
Daffodils Coloring Sheet Example 2


Daisy flower free printable color page available for pdf download
Daisy Coloring Sheet Example
Daisies free printable color page available for pdf download
Daisies Color Sheet Example 2

Hyacinth / Hyacinths

Hyacinth free printable coloring page available for pdf download
Hyacinth Coloring Sheet Example


Daisies free printable color page available for pdf download
Iris Coloring Sheet Example


Lilac free printable color page available for pdf download
Lilac Coloring Sheet Example

Lily / Lilies

Lily free printable color page available for pdf download
Lily Coloring Sheet Example
Lilies free printable color page available for pdf download
Lilies Coloring Sheet Example


Magnolia magnolias free printable coloring page available for pdf download
Magnolia / Magnolias Coloring Sheet Example


pansy pansies free printable coloring page available for pdf download
Pansy/Pansies Coloring Sheet Example


peony free printable color page available for pdf download
Peony Coloring Sheet Example


primrose free printable color page available for pdf download
Primrose Coloring Sheet Example


Snowdrop flower free printable color page available for pdf download
Snowdrop Color Sheet Example

Tulip / Tulips

tulips free printable coloring page available for pdf download
Tulips Coloring Sheet Example

Here are what some of them look like after one of my older kids colored some of them…Just to give you a little bit of an idea of what they can look like “in action”…lol.

coloring sheets for spring flowers

Spring Flowers Color Sheets FAQ’s

What size paper do I need to print these coloring sheets for spring?

These pictures are specifically designed to use a standard sized printing paper at 8.5″x11″, so no specialty paper should be required to print them. It would not be hard to download them, and then upload them to an editing software and resize them if needed.

What ages are these coloring sheets geared towards?

Some of the coloring page spring flowers designs seem to have a bit more detail to them, so I typically say that these designs are more for any age above that of pre-schooler. Unless, of course, you have a gifted younger child colouring/coloring these pages could be a little more overwhelming for kids below age 6.

I see that these printable pictures are free, but is there any way to thank the creator?

If you found any of these printable images particularly fun or helpful, you are more than welcome to make a direct donation to the site here, via PayPal.

Otherwise, Sarah has shared other ways that you can show your support for free, and you can find that info she wrote about it here.

Well, that is all that I have to share with you all today. I hope you enjoy these free spring flowers color pages. If there are any other types of spring flower coloring pages that you would like to see, make sure to email me your requests, and I will do my best to design them and add them to this post.

Thanks so much for stopping by my blog and supporting my endeavors to make people’s lives a little easier/better/more affordable. If you liked this post, or found it helpful in any way, please make sure to share it with your family, friends, and co-workers via social media…or you could even send them the direct link via email. Whichever way you choose to spread the love, I super appreciate it! ~Sarah

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Spring Flowers Color Pages.

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Check out my other free printables

To see my entire free printable section, go here. All of my free coloring pages can be found here. My other botanical coloring pages can be found here.

Otherwise, here are direct links to several of my other related posts that you’re also going to love:

Other good resources for free coloring pages for spring

*This post was originally shared to this blog on 02/28/2023, and has since been updated to improve user experience, add video instruction, as well as to make it as shareable as possible across the social medias.

**Please note that I do try my hardest to provide factual, but easy to understand, information about each topic. If you notice a discrepancy in my coloring pages, facts, or see something that you deem “misinformation/incorrect” please make sure to notify me about it. I would prefer that you send me an email with a link to a more reputable resource on that subject, so that I can correct it as soon as possible. Thanks so much for helping this site become the best that it can be!

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