While in the last post it was all about breaking the rules, the princess coloring pages here follow the cannon to the letter. Frills, gowns, hair and crowns. (Whoa… I’m a poet…)
So here is a princess with a really wild skirt and over-throw. She also has the full set of jewelry (bracelets, necklace and earrings), and high-fashion hair décor.
This coloring page features a princess, a crown, a castle and even a romantic moonlight…
This princess is dancing. Very cool ballroom windows in the back. Enough to bring out the interior decorator in the coloring artist.
Well… I thought the classic set needed a bit of a splash! So this is a wild girl also dancing… Ties in well with the previous picture, don’t you think?
That’s it for now.
Print and enjoy.
Generally princess coloring pages follow an unspoken cannon: Big hair, tiara, puffy skirts and frills.
And I think those are great. Frills have always been my favorite to draw and color.
But there is no reason to limit the princesses to that cannon. Thinking out of the box can be very useful now and then.
Therefore, here is a set of princesses that don't fit the stereotype, but are still fun.
Print the pictures and enjoy.
I’ve got more princesses for the crayons. These coloring pages are now available for print at the printer near you :)
Today’s features are:
A gipsy style princess with flowery shawl and skirt tie. Check out the beaded necklace, earrings and bracelets. And of course, a rose in her hair.
Next I’ve got a stylish princess with a modern cut dress and a classy updo.
This is a princess coloring page with lots of frills. These ribbons can be colored in many different coordinating or contrasting colors – whatever suits your style.
This young princess looks like a bride. There is also a bouquet of gorgeous flowers in her hand.
Hope you enjoy these coloring pages. As always, I’ll be posting more soon.
Four more princess coloring pages are here.
First, here is another queen (or princess?) of the night.
A very whimsical lady ready for a masquerade. I think this gown is made of very light fabrick, so translucent type markers would do best. Or silver type crayons for sparkles:
A princess and a dog. This is a very noble looking Dalmatian. And I love the maple leaves in her hand. Great alternative to a flower bouquet in the fall.
And this is a simple princess picture for younger girls. Gorgeous beading in her hair.
The cool thing about coloring pages is the free run of imagination they inspire. I love the ones where princesses are displayed on their own, and the girl can draw in any background she wants. Castles, parks, rivers, stars… I used to love to draw elaborate frames. That was my thing, I guess. A friend of mine was very good at castles, but I never quite mastered the task. My castles always looked like the tower of Pisa – ready to topple any second. Though, I must admit, the frames on the windows where quite a work of art.
Anyways, that’s enough for today. I will post more free printable princesses to color tomorrow.
See yah later.
I have gorgeous new princess coloring pages. Beautiful jewelry, flowers, costumes. Everything a girl could wish for. Very detailed gowns and hair ornaments. These free printable are bound to be appreciated. So print them freely and enjoy.
Princesses come in so many styles!
This one looks like the princess of the desert night:
While this coloring page is a rebellious French aristocrat:
This gorgeous gal is all set to crash a masquerade party:
And here is a classy demure maiden with a flower… Awh… And notice the ring on her finger! That must be some diamond!
Print them by right clicking on the image.
And I'll be back with more.