Download Your Copy of the Latest Spoonflower Community Coloring Book

FEB 12, 2021 updated May 20, 2021
Coloring Book Page - Maria Garcia

Bugs by Maria Garcia

For Valentine’s Day this year, we’re skipping the box of chocolates (although we won’t stop you from DIYing one!) and offering you a free digital coloring book featuring designs by Spoonflower artists all over the globe! Print out the pages to kickstart your creativity at home. With 16 different artists sharing 16 different Spoonflower Marketplace designs you know and love, there’s 16 different ways to get your color on!

How to print the Spoonflower Community Coloring Book: Click the button above to open up the entire coloring book in a new tab, then use your browser’s File > Print function to print out the book on an 8.5″ x 11″ piece of paper.

How to print individual coloring book pages: Click the coloring book design or the title text below to open in a new tab, then use your browser’s File > Print function to print out the page on an 8.5″ x 11″ piece of paper.

Like what you see? Click on the shop button below each page to see more designs by that artist in their Spoonflower shop!

Be sure to tag @spoonflower and the designer on Instagram so we can see what you’ve created!

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  • We are having a family road trip in 2 weeks and this’ll be perfect for my 5 year old to color in the car ❤️ I love the art varieties.

  • Christine Rondini

    Thank you for creating this coloring book. It is really nice that you offer it to us it is really appreciated. The artisits are really really good!

  • Thank you for creating this lovely coloring book! Then you give it to us for free. How charming! Thanks You! <3