Today I have a collection of some beautiful exotic princesses coloring pictures. Variety is the spice of life, and world cultures have produced plenty of inspiration for princesses of all kinds.
Girl out in the woods, with a beautiful long braid and a reflection in the water. Peaceful forest in the background. I call her a princess of the forest.
Asian princess with a classic hand fan, intricate garments and gorgeous crown.
And here is a Russian Tzarevna (princess in Russian) coloring page. Notice the moon crescent under the braid and the elaborate crown ornaments.
And here is a princess in a warm winter overcoat. I love the pompons. This is a good coloring page for the Christmas season, don’t you think?
That’s it for now. I hope the variety will keep your crayons occupied for a while. You can be sure that more princesses are coming soon.
Don’t forget to browse through the archive. The site has accumulated quite a few fantastic and free coloring pictures.
Today I am posting two sets of princess coloring pages – one for younger girls, with a charming girl princess. The second one is for older girls, with more frills and details.
As always, right click to save the picture and then print.
And don’t forget to look through the site. There are a lot of princess coloring pages here. Of all types. Like Cinderella or Sleeping Beauty. So everyone can have some colorful fun!
So here is a princess set for a younger girl:
And here are some pictures for the slightly older girl:
But, hey! There are no age rules in coloring! So print whichever ones you like :)
Sticking with the Disney Classics, we are adding another Ariel (Little Mermaid), Aurora (Sleeping Beauty) and Belle (Beauty and the Beast) princess coloring pages. I particularly like the Beauty and the Beast picture, because... Well, the Beast is just to cute! I should open a Beast coloring pages site!
As always, these are high quality printables for your fun.
Happy printing, and don't forget to browse through the site for tons more wonderful princess coloring pages!
We’ve got more classic Disney princess coloring pages for you. And a few non-Disney, but beautiful princesses nevertheless. Free. The coloring pages. Not the princesses ;)
Here we have Ariel, the Little Mermaid, and Snow White with what looks like a most scrumptious pie I could really eat right now…
And then we have a few princesses that emphasize the most important thing in a princess coloring page – the gowns! Just look at all the layers and frills. You’ll need a whole box of crayons just to color them all.
And, of course, there are some wonderful accessories, like mirrors and hand fan and candle… And HAIR! It’s all about the hair! A princess has to have long luxurious hair. That’s a rule. I don’t know who wrote it, but it’s out there… Sometimes I wonder if it was started by shampoo companies, to prep the future customers :)
Or, and if there is fancy long hair, there is usually some kind of tiara as well. Or an elaborate accessory. I mean, how else would we know it’s a princess, right?
That’s it for now.
Happy printing and coloring!
Ok, here are a few coloring pages of princess Aurora, the Sleeping Beauty (though she is remarkably awake on these pictures :) )
Did you know that the first Sleeping Beauty story was published way back when in 1697? I didn’t either… But wiki told me so. Though I did know that it was written by Charles Perrault. I just wasn’t sure when…
Nevertheless, the Disney version is incredibly popular, and it’s the one most girls are more likely to know nowadays. So Aurora looking like this, is the one embedded in our minds.
And, of course, the unforgettable music from Tchaikovsky’s “Sleeping Beauty” ballet, seamlessly woven into cartoon. Unfortunately, there is no such thing as coloring pages for music… Unless you like doodling on sheet music ;)
Didn’t think so :)
I wonder, had this story been written now, what would be used instead of the spindle?
Ok, ok, nuf talking…
Here are those princess coloring pages:
Happy printing :)
This princess coloring page is of one of my personal favorite princesses, princess Jasmine (from Disney’s unforgettable “Alladin”). The reason I love her is that she is the first princess I know to look regal and royal and princessy while wearing pants! A princess with tiara and pants – that’s a major feat, and the geniuses at Disney accomplished it.
I always thought a princess that tames a tiger is a great role model :)
Have fun printing and coloring.
And check back real soon, cause lots more princess coloring pages are coming. It's hard to run out of ideas when it comes to princesses :)