Flower coloring page

Flower coloring page


Floating flowers
Free & printable coloring page of some very beautiful floating flowers. Some rights reserved (Creative Commons). This coloring page is created by Frank De Kleine. Original photo by Jenny Downing.

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Placemat Coloring Page by Dave

Placemat Coloring Page by Dave

Coloring Page designed to be used as a placemat. Design by Dave, drawings: courtesy by www.LetMeColor.com

Coloring Page ment to be used as a placemat. Some Rights Reserved. Design by Dave. Drawings: courtesy by www.LetMeColor.com.

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A little while ago, Dave contacted me, asking if he could use some of my coloring pages to create a placemat for a restaurant. I told him that I only have one condition: please send me a couple when they’re ready. Dave agreed and started working, I went on a holiday (some guys have all the luck :-).

When I came back I found an email from Dave in my inbox. He told me the restaurant owner decided not to make the placemats, because he thought the printing cost was too high. Since Dave allready finished the design I suggested to publish it on this web site. As you can see, he had no problem with the idea.

I removed the restaurant name for legal matters and, allthough the quality is a bit lower, I made a .GIF file from Dave’s original .PDF to keep the traffic on my server as low as possible.

@ Dave: I love what you did with my original coloring pages (see links to originals below). Thanks for working with me, I hope you are happy with the result!

Original coloring pages
Sunflowers
Swans
Butterfly
Horse (can you spot this one?)

Free Flowers Coloring Page of a Calla Lily

Free Flowers Coloring Page of a Calla Lily


Free Flowers Coloring Page of a Calla Lily

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Free printable coloring picture of the Calla lily (Zantedeschia aethiopica), after a rain shower. This flower is also known as Lily of the Nile and Arum lily.

It is native to southern Africa in Lesotho, South Africa, and Swaziland. It has become naturalised in Australia, particularly in Western Australia where it occurs in areas with high periodical water tables and sandy soils. The plant has been classified as toxic weed and is a declared pest. Source: Wikipedia

Some rights reserved; please notice that this coloring page has a different copyright license. Find details here. This coloring page is created by Frank De Kleine. Original photo by Bill and Mavis T.