Send Love with One of These 9 Coloring Pages for Valentine's Day

These coloring pages would make great valentine’s day cards or crafts.

By Kate Morin

The best gifts are personal, amirite? Completed adult coloring pages are the perfect way to personalize this year’s batch of Valentine’s Day cards. (After all, a beautiful hand-colored design is a much better way of showing you care than a cheesy store-bought card!) It’s simple: color, trim, fold, and write! (Pro tip: We usually trim our cards to 5x7-inches so they fit perfectly in an A7 envelope!) If you want to get extra fancy, try your hand at making a 3D card using our simple DIY instructions! You can use the colored design as a base layer, for the 3-D details, or for both.

We think any of these nine printable coloring pages would make love-ly cards:


Linking Lines Coloring Page1. “Linking Lines” by Flora Chang

This funky geometric coloring page is excellent for pretty much any use, but we think it would make a stunning V-Day card—especially when colored with one of these subtle Valentine’s Day color palettes. (Click to download this pattern coloring page!)


Bouquet of Blossoms Flower Coloring Page2. “Bouquet of Blossoms” by Alisa Burke

Nothing says Valentine’s Day better than a bouquet of flowers. This gorgeous design makes a beautiful card, with the perfect balance of detailed pattern and white space. (Click to download this flower coloring page!)


Heart Coloring Page by Flora Chang3. “Heterogenous Hearts” by Flora Chang

This heart coloring page is (obviously) perfect to accompany any Valentine’s Day gift. We think it would look great filled with one of these color palettes featuring Pantone’s color of the year, Ultra Violet! (Click to download this Valentine's Day coloring page!)


Carnation Cluster Flower Coloring Page4. “Carnation Cluster” by Flora Chang

This pretty carnation pattern would be awesome to use in our 3-D Card DIY project [LINK]. Think of how cool your card would look with this design as the base and the 3-D details.(Click to download this flower coloring page!)


Love at First Peck Heart Coloring Page5. “Love at First Peck” by Flora Chang

Teeny tiny birds and hearts cover this cute coloring page. This repetitive design would make a charming card, but maybe even better DIY gift tags! (Click to download this heart coloring page!)


Plenty of Petals Flower Coloring Page6. “Plenty of Petals” by Alisa Burke

We love a good flower-filled adult coloring page, and this bold design is one of our favorites. The thicker black lines make for a striking piece of art with a modern flair (especially if you go with bright colors!).  (Click to download this garden coloring page!)


Bountiful Blossoms Flower Coloring Page7. “Bountiful Blossoms” by Flora Chang

This overflowing pattern using two distinct types of flowers is perfect for crafting both DIY cards and gift tags. We love the harmonious combination of curly petals mixed with flat ones. (Click to download this flower coloring page!)


Unfurling Smoke Adult Coloring Page8. “Unfurling Smoke” by Posh Originals

Have a little fun with this abstract pattern featuring plenty of swirls and twirls. Wouldn’t it look stunning with this bright pink peony-inspired color palette? (Click to download this pattern coloring page!)


Petal Pulchritude Flower Coloring Page9. “Petal Pulchritude” by Flora Chang

This design is so unique—the pattern is clearly inspired by flowers, but we love the modern twist and geometric details on the different petals and leaves! (Click to download this flower coloring page!)



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