When you go out into nature, there’s an endless supply of beauty to behold. From majestic trees, rock formations, lakes and clear skies there is no end to the colors and sights to see.
Of all the wonders of nature, however, nothing really provides the variety and color treats that flowers give to us.
Of all the flowers to see, one of the most beautiful and colorful is the wonderful sunflower with its bright yellow coloring and distinctive look.
This wonderful collection of free sunflower coloring pages for kids are the perfect way to have hours of fun coloring in this popular and beautiful flower!
Sunflowers have a distinctive coloring of yellows, browns and blacks, so while it will be nice to represent these colors, you can also get creative with your color choices for some stunning variations!
Once you’ve colored in your favorite sunflower printables, we hope that you’ll share them on our Facebook page for us to admire!
30 Brand New Sunflower Coloring Pages – Free to Print and Color
Coloring a sunflower is fun enough on its own, but it only gets even more fun when you color more than one!
That is why we have three of these beautiful flowers for you to color on this sunflower coloring sheet.
It makes for a stunning trio, and while they all look similar they still have some subtle differences that make each one unique.
When coloring these three sunflowers, you could go for identical colors for each one, but you can also use slightly different colors to further differentiate each flower.
How will you decide to color this pretty flower trio?
This next sunflower has a lot of beautiful details to it, and it creates a nice peaceful scene.
In the background of this image, the details have been left rather minimal and vague, and you have a few ways that you could fill it in.
You could keep it as is and use some solid, simple colors for one idea, or you could add some details to create a more specific background scene.
These are a few ways that you could take care of the background, but there are many others as well. How else do you think you could complete the background?
This first image in this series of free sunflower coloring sheets for kids has a big and bold flower for you to color.
For this first page, I would stick to those classic sunflower colors for this one. That means some stunning and bright yellows for the petals, balanced off by some lovely green for the leaves and stalk.
What colors will you use for the background of this image?
There’s a lovely seaside setting to this next sunflower coloring printable. For this one, I would use some nice watercolor paints to color it in. Watercolor paints are great for a softer look to a picture, so
I think it would suit this beach image really well.
What art medium will you use for this printable? I can’t wait to see what you choose!
We have a rather unusual looking one for this next sunflower coloring page. It’s looking quite majestic to me!
For this page, I would use some slightly darker shades of the sunflower colors for a more muted look.
I would give the sky in this image a look of darker yellow and orange for a sunset mood to the picture.
I bet that would create a lovely atmospheric image, but if you choose a different style I know that will be amazing too!
Next up, we have a sunflower that is flowing in the breeze for you to color, and it’s such a lovely portrayal.
For this page, we would probably use some softer mediums such as colored pencils or maybe some watercolors, as we feel that would suit the gentle nature of this particular picture.
Coloring is all about expressing your own feelings and inspiration, however, so if you think a different approach would be better then you should definitely go for that!
We would be very interested to see what you decide for this page.
This type of flower is known for standing tall with beautiful structures and colors.
The first part is captured on this next page of our collection of free sunflower coloring pages for kids, and it’s up to you to take care of the second!
Sunflowers have black and brown centers with bright yellow petals, and this picture would look amazing if you used those realistic colors.
Of course, you could also go for a more stylistic approach and make your very own unique sunflower variation.
Will you go for realistic colors or use some of your favorites to create a new kind of sunflower?
It’s a beautiful day outside in this sunflower coloring sheet. I can almost feel the gentle cool breeze blowing in this peaceful scene.
You can convey a lot of mood with your colors, so I would use some lighter and brighter colors to give off a peaceful and happy calmness to this one.
I really look forward to seeing how you color in this happy scene!
Trying out different art mediums can make coloring even more fun, and this sunflower printable could be the perfect way to try out some great new mediums!
Pretty much everyone has a medium they’re most comfortable with, and these can be anything from crayons to paints, colored pens or pencils.
If you have one medium that you mostly use, maybe you could try a new one you’ve never used before to color in this sunflower. I can’t wait to see what you choose!
There’s an old saying that goes: two sunflowers are always better than one. In all honesty, that may not be something people really say, but it’s still true for this sunflower coloring page.
We have a twin pair of sunflowers for you to color in for this one, and I think that it would be fun to use two different color schemes for each one.
You could either use different variations of yellows or use some of your favorite bright colors for each one. This will be an interesting picture once you’ve worked your coloring magic on it!
There is a lot of movement being portrayed on this next page. This sunflower seems to have been caught in a strong breeze, as it is being pushed over despite its strong stalk.
When finishing off this page, you could add some details to show the wind blowing this beautiful flower.
This could be done using some simple curving, twisty lines, and they would do a lot to create the effect of the wind softly blowing the flower.
This is just one way you could add to this composition, but what are some other things you could draw?
The details of this next sunflower are stunning to behold. When coloring a picture that has a lot of details like this one, you can mix mediums to great effect.
For example, you could color most of the image using crayons or maybe paints, and then you could use colored pens for some of the detail lines.
Mixing mediums like this can help to create a more dynamic look for the picture, and there are tons of amazing combinations you can use.
What are some of your favorite mediums and art tools that you could use for this page?
We have another bright and breezy sunflower coloring sheet for you to color in for this next page!
It’s another lovely day outside in this image, and I can’t wait to see how you bring this pretty scene to life! If I were to color this in, I would use some bright colored pens and markers to really make the colors pop!
If you have these mediums on hand, will you use them to color in this page or will you use some other mediums for a different look?
As we mentioned before, sunflowers have a very distinctive color scheme, but you could also switch it up for a more stylistic look!
You could incorporate some favorite colors that you wouldn’t normally see on a sunflower like red, blue or purple.
If you go for a more stylistic color set, what colors will you choose for this sunflower? I can’t wait to see whether you go for a unique or more classic color look!
There’s a rather dramatic feeling to this next sunflower printable.
It seems to be sprouting on a steep hill, and I think that it would make for a lovely color contrast if you had a pretty brown for the hill against a nice light blue for the sky.
Finishing it off with the bright yellow of the petals would really finish this one off nicely!
Do you think you’ll go with a similar look to this or will you use your own favorite colors to finish this off?
For this next sunflower coloring page, there’s an interesting look to the background. It almost looks a bit like it’s divided into segments, and there are a number of ways you could go about coloring that in.
You could either use some natural sky colors, perhaps more yellows and oranges for a sunset look, or you could alternate some favorite colors for each segment.
What approach do you think you’ll use for this image? I hope that you’ll share this on our Facebook page once you finish so we can see!
The stalk of the flower in this sunflower coloring sheet is a bit more twisty and intricate than some of the others we’ve seen.
For images like this that have tighter, more intricate details, it can usually help to use a medium that lets you get in there with small details.
For this kind of image, I find that colored pens, pencils or markers can give you a more precise touch when coloring in.
Will you use these kinds of mediums for this picture or did you have something else in mind?
The center of a sunflower is usually the first thing you’ll notice when seeing a picture of this flower.
On this sunflower coloring printable, the center of the flower has been de-emphasized a bit to bring the focus to the petals.
There are so many great line details on these petals, and it makes it such an interesting portrayal no matter where you look.
We think we would use some subtle watercolor paints and colored pencils for this one if we were coloring it, but it would look great with any of your favorite mediums!
You can really imagine the texture of the center of the sunflower here, as there are so many small texture details on this portion of the flower here.
One way you could color the sunflower’s center would be to use some acrylic paint and use some thick, small blobs of paint over a brown base for some texture.
That’s one way you could add another element to the composition, but you could also incorporate some additional crafts and techniques to take it to the next level.
Do you have some craft materials you could use?
We have another beautiful sunflower on display for this pretty sunflower coloring printable! I think that for this picture, it might be nice to use some acrylic paints to color this one in.
Acrylic paints can add a wonderfully bright and vibrant look to an image, so I think it would be a perfect medium for any of these sunflower pages!
This next sunflower coloring page has another more simple sunflower in a beautiful setting for you to color in.
Maybe for a different look to this picture, you could use some darker blues and purples for the sky in the background.
If you kept the colors of the flowers more muted, that could make for a stunning nighttime scene for this image. What kind of setting will you choose for this sunflower page?
We have something a bit unusual for you to color in here. It is a more stylistic composition, showing the head of the sunflower on a separate background with lots of small circles.
This background design gives you lots of opportunities to try out all sorts of amazing color combinations!
Because it is so stylized, you could also use any colors you can dream of and it would look great.
Did any ideas come to mind when you first saw this page? Be sure to let your creativity flow and make some art magic!
Here we have another trio of flowers for you on this sunflower coloring page. They are beautifully detailed in all areas, but the background has been left a bit vaguer.
There are some sections created with wavy lines, and it could look cool to use a new color for each section.
That is just one way you could color this background! You could also draw some more shapes, lines or even more flowers into the background to make it look as detailed as you like.
It looks there’s a gentle breeze blowing through the scene in this sunflower coloring sheet. The petals of this flower are flowing and creating a wonderful unique look to the flower in this image.
How will you represent the beautiful day outside in this image? I would use some lovely watercolors for this image to create a nice soft feel to this peaceful image.
We have another beautiful sunflower printable for you to express your creativity on in this next picture!
If I were coloring in this image, I would mix different mediums for a wonderful and interesting look. I would probably use some colored pens for the stalks and some details of the petals.
Next, I would use some watercolors for the rest of the flower and the details of the background to finish it off.
That’s what I would use for this picture, but what mediums do you think would suit this picture perfectly?
There’s a striking look to this next sunflower coloring page! It’s got a lovely thick stalk and big leaves for plenty of beautiful greens to this image.
If you kept the leaves and stalk a nice dark green and kept the yellows of the flower nice and bright, that would create a great color contrast.
Will you go for these more realistic colors or will you use your favorite colors for this picture?
It’s a very cloudy day in this sunflower coloring sheet! I think that for this one, it could be great to use a variation of greys for the clouds in the background to make it look like an overcast rainy day.
If you do go for this look, then I especially think that some watercolor paints would suit that kind of setting beautifully.
What kind of weather will you convey for this scene using your colors?
For this sunflower printable, I think it could be fun to create a colorful explosion. You could do that bybusing as many different colors as you can for this picture.
You could even challenge yourself to make every petal a new color! If you did want to try something like that, you could take it a step further and use as many different mediums as you can too.
How will you let your creativity flow in this sunflower image? I hope that you’ll share the finished picture on our Facebook page for us to see!
There’s a bit of free space to the background of this sunflower coloring page, so I think it could be fun to draw in some extra details.
Flowers are often visited by all sorts of insects, so you could draw in some butterflies, bees or worms enjoying hanging out on this beautiful flower!
What kinds of creatures do you think could be included in this picture?
The final image in this series of free sunflower coloring sheets for kids has one more beautiful sunflower for you to color in.
There are some great smaller details to this one, and I can’t wait to see how you fill this one in! The lines in the background could look great if you used some bright colored pens for all the lines to give this image a funky look.
What colors, mediums and techniques are you thinking of using to close off this collection?
Sunflower Coloring Pages – Which will you choose?
We really hope that you had lots of fun coloring in this series of free sunflower coloring pages for kids!
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