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Valentine coloring pages can be such an easy craft for kids.

by Holly

Coloring pages are versatile for classroom and home depending on the amount of time and crafting energy!

We have searched some of our favorite sources and found a collection of Valentine’s Day coloring pages that will surely have the perfect coloring sheet for YOUR situation. They are all free Valentine coloring pages and as we found, paint, colored pencils, texture rubbing, tin foil, folded paper, glitter glue and watercolors were all great ways to color.


Valentines coloring pages – This set of 3 circus-themed coloring sheets has large shapes and simple lines perfect for any age. I think they would be lovely done in watercolors!

Valentine train coloring pages – Train enthusiasts are going to adore adding color to this collection of three coloring sheets for kids.

Valentines day coloring pages – These very non-mushy robots will be sure to please even the most reluctant Valentine participant. Adding some glue and tin foil could be great fun!

Funky monster coloring pages – Although not specifically Valentine-themed coloring pages, these could be really cute in a traditional Valentine color palette. For extra fun, add some heart stickers!

Free Valentine coloring pages – This free printable coloring book from 3 Boys and a Dog has flying hearts, a cute bird on a heart-filled mailbox and a Valentine heart balloon bouquet.

Cats, dogs and bunnies – This sweet set is from Itsy Bitsy Fun and contains lots of simple, big shapes perfect for even the fattest crayons.

Valentine heart package – Although the majority of this precious pack from Crystal and Comp is for Do a Dot markers, the Valentine heart tree is to adorable to miss with even a traditional crayon!

Hearts! Hearts! Hearts! – This pair of Valentine coloring pages from Nurture Store has lots of hearts for doodling. I think they would be fun to color and then cut out. We printed them out in red and then added pink.

Fountain of Sweetness – This is simply fun from Spoonful. It is a cupid fountain with heart clouds and flower ground.

There was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Rose – This printable Valentine activity pack from 3 Dinosaurs includes all sorts of Valentine worksheet fun inspired by the book. Included are some simply adorable Valentine coloring sheets.

Valentine dino – This dinosaur is very cute and seems to be thinking of something sweet. It is from danthemans over at Squidoo.

Patchwork heart – I love this idea from Mr. Printables to take a simple shape like a heart and color block it.

Disney Princess Valentine’s coloring pages – These coloring pages feature favorite Disney princesses and would make really fun Valentine’s Day meal placemats. Wouldn’t breakfast be more fun with this idea from Spoonful?

Flowery heart – This is such a pretty heart made of flowers and would make a fun project for older kids. It is from Send Great Flowers.

Hello Kitty Valentines – Awww! Who doesn’t love Hello Kitty? This set of three printable Valentine coloring pages from Printable Treats is a load of cuteness.

St. Valentine – This colorable portrait of St. Valentine is from Catholic Playground and another St. Valentine scene to color from Herald Entertainment.

Veggie Valentine coloring page – When I think of Valentine’s Day, veggies don’t leap into my mind, but this is super cute from Sweet on Veg.

Winnie the Pooh Valentine pages – My favorite of these is Pooh hugging a big soft heart. They are lots of bear fun from Winnie the Pooh Pictures.

Animal Valentine coloring pages – The birds with ribbons and hearts is my favorite of these 6 animal loving sheets from Animal Jr.

Valentine mandalas coloring pages – These are truly works of art for coloring from Don’t Eat the Paste.

Lady and the Tramp – This coloring page has the true spirit of Valentine’s Day showing the spaghetti scene from Lady and the Tramp from Colouring Disney.

Color by Number Hearts – This color blocked Valentine picture is a color by number from Coloring Pages Kid.

Valentine coloring cards – This collection of cards for kids to give and color or color and give are lots of fun from Squishy Cute Designs.

Geometric owls – The geometric owls are precious and there are also a shape train and crazy-cute giraffe in this Valentine coloring page set from Cheaper by the Half Dozen.

Swirly Valentine owl – Swirls and whirls decorate this simple owl shape from Education. The lines are wide enough to use glitter glue. We used red and white glitter glue pens to create a 3D {and quite fancy} piece of art.

Heart butterfly – Big simple shapes makes this a perfect coloring page for collaging from KinderArt. We used it with watercolor paints and the colors looked so pretty!

Love birds – Sweet little love birds sitting in a tree from She Knows.

Castle coloring page – These fun coloring pages can be folded into 3D objects making a Valentine castle with king and queen. We like to use textures under the paper to create a stone-like effect for the bricks and a wood texture for the door.