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Daisy Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

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On this page, you will find 20 joyful daisy coloring pages that are all free to download and print! These printables are great for kids that are interested in these vibrant flowers or even for adults who are seeking a mindfulness activity that is both rewarding and creative.

For this series, I illustrated many types of daisies in various styles and complexities for all ages and skill levels. Included are simple outlines of daisies for kids, daisy mandalas for adults, cute kawaii daisies, realistic-looking daisies, plus many more!

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Once you have a completed page, be sure to hold onto it! These pages can live on in many ways, including wall art for a bedroom or classroom entranceway, book cover, cutouts for a scrapbook, or even some fun party decorations!

To start coloring, click on any of the below images or links to open the free PDF. Once opened, you can then download or print. All of the below pages are on US letter-sized paper, but they also scale perfectly onto A4 paper too! Happy coloring!

10 Craft Ideas To Do With Daisy Coloring Pages

Here are 10 affordable, fun, and creative craft ideas you can do with your completed coloring page!

10. Bookmarks

My daisy coloring pages would make adorable bookmarks for you or your little ones.

Simply pick an illustration that you like and color it in. Then cut it out, taking great care around the petals of the flower.

You can either use the daisy as-is (or reinforced with cardstock cut to shape), or you can paste the daisy onto a rectangle of construction paper or cardstock.

If you go the latter route and you have access to a laminator, you might want to laminate the bookmark as well for ultimate durability.

9. Button-Center Daisies

This fun and cute craft for little ones requires only colored pencils, markers, or crayons, plus buttons of different sizes and glue.

Have your kids pick out the illustration they want and color it in, except for the center(s) of the flower(s).

Then, if it’s a little center, have them glue just one button in the middle; or if it’s a larger center, you can have them pick a few buttons to glue into the center.

Either way, you’re left with a cute picture that also works with kids’ fine motor skills.

8. Gift Bag Decorations

To brighten a plain old gift bag, pick a daisy illustration that you really like and color it in with colored pencils or even markers.

Then cut out the daisy (or daisies) and glue it to the bag, making sure to smooth the edges down so that they don’t catch on anything.

If you’re doing multiple daisies, you can arrange them as they appear on the illustration or change it up with your own artistic touch.

7. Greeting Cards

My daisy coloring pages would make adorable greeting cards, whether it’s for Mother’s Day, a birthday, or a “just because” card.

You can do this one of two ways; you can print off the illustration of your choice on the half or quarter-page and fold the paper into a card.

Or you can color in the daisies and cut them out, then arrange and paste them onto a piece of construction paper or cardstock that is folded in half.

6. Headbands

This daisy craft is perfect for a Daisy Girl Scouts meeting or a birthday party for little girls.

Pick an illustration where the daisy is full-face head-on, and print out as many copies as you need.

Then you’re going to get the kids to color in just the flower part – not the stem or any of the background.

They’re going to cut out the flower, taking care while negotiating around the petals.

Then you’re going to cut out one to one-and-a-half-inch strips of construction paper, long enough to fit around the girls’ heads (you might have to tape a few pieces).

You can either glue or staple the flower to the strip and then connect the two ends of the strip to each other with tape or staples.

5. Motivational Daisies

For this daisy craft, which is ideal for classrooms or homeschoolers, you’ll need a daisy illustration where the petals are on the larger side.

Have the kids color in the stem and the center of the flower, but leave the petals untouched.

Then they’re going to write in the middle, GOALS and on every other petal, something they would like to achieve in the next school year.

It can be fun for them to look back and see how many of their goals they then accomplished!

4. Paper Flower Bouquets

To make paper daisy bouquets, you’ll need five or six daisies, plus green pipe cleaners, a small craft bucket, and floral foam.

You’re going to color in just the daisy flower part and cut them out, then take the pipe cleaners, make a little circle on one end and glue the circle to the underside of the daisies.

Then you’ll put the floral foam in the bucket and poke the pipe cleaner daisies into it, so that they stand up straight.

To arrange, you’ll want to use different lengths of pipe cleaner.

3. Room Décor 

You can use my daisy coloring pages as décor in quite a few ways, whether it’s simply coloring in the illustrations and framing them or using them to make daisy bunting.

You could use them to make mobiles to hang or, if you have a Cricut, to make wall or window clings.

2. Daisy Pinwheels

To make this craft, you’ll need construction paper and fasteners.

Pick two or three daisies from the illustrations, choosing ones with smaller middles that look head-on.

You’re going to color them in and cut them out, separating the flower from the stem.

Then you’re going to paste the stems onto a piece of construction paper, and place the flowers right where they should go.

But instead of gluing those down, you’re going to push the fasteners through the middle, so the daisies turn like pinwheels.

1. Yarn Daisies

This craft is a fun way to spend a rainy afternoon with your littles, and all you need are my daisy illustrations and different colored yarn.

Instead of coloring the pages, the kids are going to glue the yarn down on the outlines of the flowers.

They could even make patterns or swirls in the middle of the daisies and create veins in the leaves.

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