Free Coloring Pages – Bold & Hippie Style Circles
Sorry, when Google Drive changed their security and linking policies, many – not all – of our free coloring pages’ links stopped working. Some links on this page may still work, but others may not. We’re working to resolve this, and apologize for the temporary inconvenience.
Do you like to coloring books with bold lines and hippie designs? These freebies were experiments, and – so far – I haven’t decided whether to publish them in a book.
“Bold” refers to the lines. I draw them heavier than most people do. My bold-style coloring books are ideal for coloring in low-light conditions, and they’re helpful for art therapists and anyone facing vision challenges.
(My “bold & easy” coloring books also have heavy lines, but the spaces are bigger than usual, too. They’re ideal for people with vision, dexterity, or eye-hand coordination issues, as well as those coloring in low-light conditions.)
Here are some samples of the bold designs. Most have hippie themes, and will appeal to those who remember the 1960s, as well as those who love the designs of that era.
(I hand-colored the two illustrations, using a mix of Prismacolor, Pluqis, and Staedtler colored pencils.)
This was a test to see how you liked these kinds of designs. You can still leave feedback in comments at this article. Tell me what you like, don’t like, and want more (or less) of.
Your comments will help me plan my coloring books with bold, hippie designs, as well as my bold-and-easy coloring books.
Click any image to download it as a PDF. (8 1/2″ x 11″ – ready to print!)
Here’s how I colored one of those pages. (It’s even prettier in real life. In natural sunlight, the colors really glow.)