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Kids love Easter! They get to hunt for eggs, eat candy, and of course color pictures of bunnies.
These free printable Easter egg coloring pages are perfect for anyone who loves to color – toddlers, preschoolers, older kids, and, yes, even adults.
Click on each page to access the printable PDF and print as many copies as you’d like. All for free (no signup required either).
These Easter coloring page printables feature decorated Easter eggs, a sneaky bunny, flowers (with plenty of petals to color), and more.
While you’re here, you may also want to grab a cute April calendar too!
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Free printable Easter egg coloring sheets
Choose your favorite coloring page or print them all!
Easter eggs with flowers and a hidden bunny
This coloring page features 2 large Easter eggs, flowers, and a bunny that’s too shy to come out at the moment.
The eggs are both decorated and have plenty of opportunity to get creative with colors and patterns.
Easter egg coloring sheets
Looking for printable pictures of Easter eggs? Give one of these a try!
There are 14 different sheets. These are really fun to color since each Easter egg is decorated with several fun elements like polka dots, chevron lines, stars, hearts, and more.
You could also cut these egg templates out to use with other Easter projects and crafts.
Happy Easter peep bunny coloring page
If you like to color letters, you’ll love this. There’s a little bit of everything with this one – Color flowers, Easter eggs, hearts, and even some cute peep bunnies at the bottom.
Easter bunnies hiding behind a large egg
These guys are peeping out from behind a large egg to say hello. There are some fluffy clouds, a few rain drops, and flowers to color.
There are so many things to do during Easter, but coloring is a timeless tradition.
If you have children who love to color pictures, give these a try.
Also, if you’d like to submit your finished product, contact me here! I’ve love to display some of them on this page or on Pinterest.