FREE Doodle Art Printable Coloring Pages

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Free doodle artIf you enjoy coloring, check out this email from Hip2Save reader, Amber:

Hey Collin! I have noticed the popularity of Doodle Art! I am a middle school special education teacher and have found Doodle Art to be a great tool to use for kiddos that have difficulty sitting still. It makes for a great quiet time activity! I found a wonderful website that offers books of Doodle Art for purchase, as well as, over 1000 printable pages for FREE! The site is owned by Samantha Snyder and she offers free ebooks of activities, puzzles, games, and the history of Doodle Art. A super fun website for adults and kids and the best part is that most of it is free!

doodle artIf you’re interested in snagging some free Doodle Art pages, just head on over here to find a page you like (there are over 1,000 to choose from – Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Sports, Flowers and more)! Then just download the image and print right from your computer! Awesome!

Happy Coloring! ๐Ÿ˜€

(Thanks, Amber!)

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Comments 14

    • Vamsi

      Thank you, Heidi. The coloring book is simply awesome and the messages are so inspiring

  1. Shanshan

    Honestly I don’t get the ideas, especially the ones demostrated here. Looks like doodle artworks created by my 8 yr old. Are they trying to be amateur-looking so to catch attention of kids?

    • maranda

      It’s whimsy and fun. It depends greatly on what attracts the persons interest. It’s aimed at creating a memory, whether that be coloring next to your toddler, or your 80 year old parent.

    • R

      I believe some of them they are for children like the ones displayed at the top. I do not see anything wrong with children liking child like things. Whimsical things can be for anyone though. Having gone to the site though I do see some examples for adult coloring as well. I guess like all art it is subjective, and if someone enjoys coloring whatever it may be that is wonderful. ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. pamiamfree

    Thank you for this free option for quiet time activities! I’ve been a fan for years and this has inspired me to share another free printable sight for teachers and parents of preschool aged or special needs children. .it’s called FIRST SCHOOL and I’ve used or for the past ten years and can attest to how much it’s benefited us. .here’s the link Enjoy!

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Thanks for sharing!

  3. Donna

    I think these pages are adorable! Thanks so much for sharing!

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      You’re welcome Donna!

  4. Sue P.

    Here’s one more: my 11 year old has been begging for one of the meditative adult coloring books, but I find it hard to justify the expense. We found this printable site that has tons of options and has categories. Big savings over buying the book, especially when you don’t know how quickly the interest will fade. Enjoy!

  5. Ashley

    What’s the difference between Doodle Art and a coloring book? I’m confused, coloring pages have been around for years.

    • Rae

      No difference. Nothing to be confused about. ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. isabella

    love this thread! thank you to collin and other responders! love coloring and I’m in my 30’s – great stress reliever!

  7. mystardream

    Great resources, Thanks! I’m just getting into coloring and am starting with simpler coloring and this looks great!

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