There might be affiliate links on this page, which means we get a small commission of anything you buy. As an Amazon Associate we earn from qualifying purchases. Please do your own research before making any online purchase.
Do you like flowers? Have you ever thought about coloring them?
Flowers are a great design to draw and color, and a quick search on Google can give you tons of wonderful examples of flower coloring sheets.
Fortunately, we have made the search easy for you in this post. We have gathered 31 printable flower coloring pages for adults that are not only fun and entertaining to color, but also challenging enough to help melt away your worries and stress.
Some of these designs are best for adults, since they are quite complicated, while others can be colored with children or the elderly because they can be quite easy.
Let’s check them out!
(Side note: Want to see MORE free coloring pages? Then check out these 61 Christmas coloring pages that all adults and kids can enjoy).
1. Garden Flowers
These garden flowers looks like they were freshly picked from the garden. Enjoy coloring them, then head outside for some time in nature.
2. Butterflies in Love
Even butterflies can’t get enough of these flowers. If you like butterflies and flowers, then this is the perfect coloring page for you.
3. Please Accept These Flowers
Have you ever received flowers from someone? It doesn’t necessarily have to be from a romantic interest. Your friends or family can also give flowers as a token of appreciation or their love for you.
4. Flowers as Table Decor
Perhaps you use flowers as a table decoration from time to time. Inspire yourself and tap into your creative side with this flower coloring page.
5. Lady and Her Flowers
Lots of women love flowers, so your sister, mother, or wife might enjoy coloring this sheet. Print it out and give it to them as a simple stress relief gift.
6. Flowers in a Basket
A basket of flowers is perfect whenever you are visiting a relative (especially the elderly) you have not seen for a long time. You can also gift them some coloring pages to keep them entertained. Let them experience the wonders of coloring and all its therapeutic benefits.
7. Flowers and Curls
Do you like designs with curls? If so, you might like this coloring sheet, since it is mostly flowers and ribbons in curls. Coloring sheets from Get Coloring Pages are usually free, and you can print them directly.
8. A Tangle of Flowers
Here is a tangle of hydrangea flowers beautifully designed to satisfy your thirst for challenge. It is free and you can print the image directly in high quality.
9. Lovely Flower Fan
This lovely flower fan from Coloring Pages Printable reminds us of Japanese traditional dance—probably because of the combination of the fan and the flowers.
The jasmine flower’s symbolism varies depending on location and culture. In most places, however, it is associated with love, beauty, and sensuality. Because of its size, it is also believed to be the symbol of humility and modesty.
Who doesn’t like lavender? This flower has one of the most soothing smells in the world. Lavender signifies serenity, calmness, and devotion. Even in science, lavender is believed to have healing properties and a relaxing effect.
12. Flowers in a Jar
These flowers in a jar make for a great afternoon of coloring. Print it out, find a quiet corner of the house, and enjoy creating something beautiful.
13. Super-Detailed Flower Doodle
Here is another intricate doodle that will help you focus as you color it. Even if it takes half a day to finish, it will be well worth the time.
14. Flower Wreath
We find this design to be elegant and classy. You might want to use this as a gift card. You can write a short yet sincere message in the middle of the wreath.
15. Lavender and Hydrangea
While lavender symbolizes peace and calm, hydrangeas symbolize gratitude and grace. These two make the perfect combination to signify a bountiful and meaningful life.
16. Heavily Doodled Flower
While this doodle appears at first glance to be pretty intricate, it is actually rather easy to color. It is heavily inked, so it is also suitable for kids and the elderly who enjoy coloring flowers.
17. Intricate Flower Doodle
This sheet is challenging to color because there are many flowers in the picture. But that just means you will spend more time forgetting your problems and getting lost in the wonderful experience of coloring.
18. F for Flower
F is for flower, of course! For more letters with flowery designs, you can check out this collection from Homemade Gifts Made Easy.
19. Flowers in a Vase
When you follow the link above, you might want to check out not just the featured coloring sheet, but also Shihori Obata’s entire article on 30 Ways to Draw Flowers. She teaches her readers how to draw flowers in different designs and styles.
You might find that you end up wanting to create your own design to color instead of printing one!
20. Spring Flowers
You can download these spring flowers either from Stamping Craftgossip or Doverpublications. They are perfect for both kids and adults who like coloring flowers.
21. Bouquet of Flowers
This design can make a perfect gift card, no matter who you are sending a card to. Color it, then turn the colored sheet into a card to tell someone how much you appreciate them!
22. Wedding Flowers
We called this coloring page “Wedding Flowers” because the drawing reminds us of how wedding bouquets are usually arranged. If you have a friend who is about to get married, color this sheet and send it as a greeting card along with your gift.
23. Falling Petals
Here is another bouquet of flowers in a vase, with petals falling to show that autumn is coming. In real life, you need to take care of your flowers so they survive as long as possible.
24. Flowers for Valentine’s
We like how these flowers are arranged as if the giver is getting ready for Valentine’s Day. If you want to make your gift grand, gather a number of coloring sheets and bind them together as a gift for your loved ones.
25. Flower Doodle
Here is a rather elaborate flower doodle that will kill your boredom and instantly relieve any stress. The link also provides other designs from the same artist.
26. Intricate Flower Design
This intricate design of spring flowers will take some time to color. It is drawn in the mandala style and would make a lovely decoration for your wall.
27. Fancy Roses for Her
This coloring sheet isn’t free, but the purchase is worth every penny. Just look at how detailed it is. It is both challenging and satisfying to color.
They say that roses symbolize many things, depending on their color. Red roses symbolize romance and love; white roses symbolize purity and beauty; and yellow roses symbolize joy and friendship. Depending on who you are thinking of or planning to give this sheet to once it is finished, choose the appropriate color and make it beautiful for them!
Dahlias are generally associated with wealth and elegance, but some people believe that the symbolism varies depending on the color. For instance, red dahlias are believed to be a symbol of dishonesty and betrayal, while yellow dahlias are said to signify dignity and change.
Sunflowers are often referred to as “happy flowers” because they are well-known for lifting a person’s mood in an instant. In addition, their blooming indicates the start of summer, and summer is the season of growth and freedom.
Legend says that hyacinths are the flower of the god Apollo. This flower symbolizes beauty, commitment, and peace, as well as power and pride. The purple hyacinth, however, is said to symbolize sorrow and loneliness.
We hope that this list helped you find the best flower coloring pages for your next afternoon at home.
Spend a few hours coloring in these designs and you will likely find that all of your stresses and worries will have disappeared!
Finally, if you want to want to see MORE free coloring pages?, then check out these 61 Christmas coloring pages that all adults and kids can enjoy<.