Enjoy Flower Fairy Coloring? Come and enjoy the flower fairy dresses that each fairy rose wears. These pictures of flower fairies are just waiting for you to color.
When you think of Fairies...do you naturally think of a Flower Fairy Coloring Page? Don't you just have that urge to create the beauty you see in your mind? I do.
I guess as an artist I immediately see a coloring page. It just gets me imagining that clean slate awaiting the color and the fairies...I picture them in the fields and long grasses making their homes in the beautiful wild flowers. This is the place to find such a page and start you dreaming about the colors you might add.
The Topiary Fairy below might look great in purples and greens. What about the flowers actually in the Topiary? What color would you do them? If you click on the image, it will take you to a full-page free printable coloring page.
For the Rose Branch Fairy...you could go with reds and pinks, because the fairy rose deserves every blend of these colors you can imagine. Might want to try yellows...
However, the most important thing in any flower, particularly a rose is the shading and highlighting. Simply adding some dark shadows in the recesses of a rose adds the depth and creates that magic shape.
Flowers have to be colored very delicately. That is why coloring a flower is such a challenge, and Flower Fairy Coloring is exciting because you can practice by trying to make the Fairy go with the flower. In the rose branch flower fairy below, you will notice that her dress looks a little like the flower petals.
That is the thing with Flower Fairies - they look like the flower they are drawn or painted with. This is not a rule or anything, you can do what you want with the picture...
there are no rules when it comes to art. Let your heart rule you, and create to your own taste. Roses come in many colors - including dark blue and I have heard of a very rare rose being black.
You might want to save yellow for the Daffodil Fairy following - yellow is really the color for garden fairies. Can you imagine a garden without it? A daffodil is such a great spring flower, and remember that the color can reflect the season. Spring is a magic time of re-birth, use lots of pastels and yellows and greens. Anyway you color it - life can be a fairy tale.
Do you draw? Coloring is definitely the first step towards drawing, and if you want to try some free lessons, check out my how to draw page. There is a flower drawing lesson there.
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