Spread love and positivity with these 22 I Love You coloring pages that are all free to download and print! These pages offer a fun and creative way for kids and adults to express affection for their loved ones. With various designs and styles, you can create unique and heartfelt messages to share with those you cherish.
These printables are not just for Valentine’s Day but can be used to celebrate birthdays, anniversaries, or simply to show someone how much you care! The act of coloring can also be therapeutic, providing a relaxing outlet for stress and anxiety.
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 I Love You Coloring Pages
Everybody likes to hear “I love you,” and youngsters will enjoy coloring this theme.
Here are 10 affordable, fun, and creative craft ideas you can do with your completed coloring page!
1. Reasons Why I Love You
This easy craft is only a matter of cutting and folding. A square envelope should be made from a finished coloring page following any simple template.
Then, with a different coloring page, five strips and three hearts should be traced and cut out.
The hearts should be glued to the envelope’s front with the words “Five Reasons Why” written inside them.
On the back of each of the five strips, the youngsters can write reasons why they love the recipient to whom the envelope will go!
2. Hearts and Flowers
This cute craft can be used as a gift, or the child can hang it up in his or her room.
Use a coloring page with an “I love you” theme with flowers. When the youngster has finished it, provide a piece of red poster board from which a heart can be cut.
Have the child cut out the letters and the flowers from the coloring page and use them to decorate the heart for an adorable piece of wall art.
3. I Love You Under the Mistletoe
Start each child out with a green piece of construction paper, which can be cut into the shape of a mistletoe leaf. It does not have to be perfect!
This can be embellished with green puffy paint, green sparkles, and two small red pom-poms for “berries.”
The items from the coloring page can be cut out separately and used to decorate the mistletoe, which can then be hung in a doorway at Christmas or any time of the year.
4. Love in a Frame
Give your child an ordinary picture frame from a discount store for this cute craft. He or she can then cut tiny hearts from one finished coloring page to make a border around the frame.
Next, another page can be colored and given some embellishments, such as glitter or stickers.
This page can then be displayed in a fancy frame and placed on a nightstand or coffee table. It can also be personalized with someone’s name and given as a gift.
5. Hearts and Hands
This craft is perfect as a classroom activity and begins with the students tracing and cutting out their hands from red construction paper.
Next, the hand cutouts should be stapled together at the bottom, a bit spread out as if they are holding something.
Naturally, they will be holding the finished coloring page! The latter should be cut in the shape of a heart.
The entire ensemble can be glued to a poster board for a cute card for mom or dad.
6. Make a Heart Wreath
For this craft, let the children color as many pages as they want, and when they’re finished, they can be cut into strips.
The strips should then be folded and taped together to form hearts.
When enough hearts are made, the youngsters can place Krazy glue on either side of each one and glue them together in a large circle.
This makes a beautiful heart-shaped wreath that’s actually made from hearts and it will look lovely anywhere!
7. Make a Cute and Functional Desk Organizer
Give each child one small box and two empty bathroom tissue rolls for this super easy craft. Each piece should be laminated with parts of the coloring page.
The two bathroom tissue rolls can then be glued to either side of the box. Krazy glue is best for this.
The box can be used to keep things like paper clips, rubber bands, and crayons, while the two cardboard rolls make perfect pencil and pen holders.
8. Take a Compliment-They’re Free
For this unique craft, the coloring page should be left in its entirety, and the bottom should be cut into a thick fringe, with enough space on each slip of paper to write any nice compliment.
At the top of the page, the child should write, “Take a Compliment-They’re Free.”
The craft can be hung on a refrigerator, bulletin board, or in a classroom for an excellent example of how to be kind!
9. Make a Homemade Scrapbook
This excellent classroom activity allows students to give their finished artwork as a gift.
Give each child 5-10 pieces of construction paper, and have them write words at the top of each page, such as “Our new dog” or “Family vacation.”
The children can then color two I Love You coloring pages for the front and back covers.
A hole punch and yarn can be used to connect the pages, and the youngsters have made a lovely scrapbook as a gift for a friend or family member.
10. Design a Valentine’s Day Card
Nothing could be more appropriate for a Valentine’s Day card than a coloring page that says, “I Love You.”
The youngster can color the page of his or her choice and leave it entirely or cut out the individual items from the page.
A piece of red poster board can be folded in half to create a card, and the cutouts are used to decorate the inside.
Children can add a special, handwritten message in pink or red puffy paint and have an adorable handmade card.