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St. Patrick’s Day Coloring Book {Free Printable}

St. Patrick's Day Coloring Book {Free Printable} ~

Are you ready for St. Patrick’s Day?  It is literally right around the corner. Can you believe it is on a Tuesday this year?  If you are like me and don’t get all wild and crazy celebrating it; don’t worry.  I created something to help everybody get in the mood to celebrate the upcoming holiday.  Coloring books and a box of new crayons are the next best thing to finding a pot of gold.  I created a fun St. Patrick’s Day Coloring Book {Free Printable} for this fun and green day.

Recent studies suggest that adults that color are less stressed in their life.  So why not color?  Although, I can’t truly say that coloring with two toddlers is exactly relaxing.  Don’t get me wrong, I love spending time with my kids at the table and coloring with them.  But, I really appreciate it when they color their own pages and not mine.  I mean who doesn’t find joy coloring Leprechauns, Pot’s of Gold and Shamrocks?

St. Patrick's Day Coloring Book {Free Printable} ~

Click here to print out your free copy of the StPatricksDayColoringBook

St. Patrick's Day Coloring Book {Free Printable} ~

These are printed on regular 8 1/2 x 11 pages of white cardstock but you can just print them on regular printer paper too.  Print pages 1 and 3 first and then flip them over and insert those pages back into the printer and print pages 2 and 4.  That way you create a little book with six fun and cute images to color.

Thanks for stopping by.  Have fun coloring!

And May the Luck of Irish Smile On You This St. Patrick’s Day!

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43 thoughts on “St. Patrick’s Day Coloring Book {Free Printable}

  1. What a generous offering! Just recently I sat down to color with my grand daughter. We had a great time, and I decided to do that more often. Now I try to draw or color a page with each letter that I send to the children we sponsor through Compassion International. It is amazingly relaxing and fun.

  2. Thank you for sharing your coloring book! Printing a couple out now so I can have some fun color time with my daughter tomorrow. I totally get you appreciating when they color on their own pages as well lol

  3. This is such a cute printable to share for the comment-a-thon. I have a toddler so will have to print out a copy to color for the weekend. Will be sharing this!

  4. I really should do more colouring with my little ones. It just drives me crazy the way the lose/break the crayons almost as fast as I buy them. Maybe I should just buy a case of crayons so I could be sure of having what I need when I want it. 🙂 Thank you for making these free colouring pages.

  5. We do colour like crazy with my daughter, no piece of paper is left black and white around here so I’m definitely going to check the link to the printables. Happy St. Patrick’s Day to you!

  6. This is so nice, thank you!

    I just had my son come over and look at these, we’re going to print those out!

    I did click on the link though and it shows only one page. Are there any that have the pictures too? I must be missing the link.

    Thank you!!

    1. Alan, So sorry about that. I just got a new laptop and am having user errors. Thanks for pointing that out to me. I thought it was working. Guess not. Thanks again for the heads up! I really appreciate it. 🙂

  7. I was just talking with some friends this morning and one of them is a mother of a toddler and she laughed as she shared how she’s starting to really enjoy coloring – very relaxing. I’ll tell her she’s not alone!

    Cute printable – kids will love it!

  8. This is awesome! You’re so generous to create a free printable for us. I don’t have kids, but I enjoy coloring from time to time – it’s relaxing and fun…there are some fun things that you never grow too old for. That said, I think this is the perfect project for my nephew. Although he’s too far away right now for me to color with him, I know he’ll love it. Thanks for sharing!

  9. I haven’t colored with crayons in awhile but I draw and doodle a fair amount in addition to my painting. But it is a fun idea. I’m still trying to figure out how to incorporate St. Patrick’s official color of blue in with the green on Tuesday.

  10. I paint with my son—but he has NEVER liked coloring. So I kind of forgot about it!

    I used to color in Barbie coloring books with my aunt though. It was sweet, and fun. Thanks for the reminder!

  11. Hi! thanks for putting these together. The link is working now and I was able to print them. My 4 yr old will have fun with these! Just wanted to let you know when I click on the link for the download it doesn’t open in a new tab, which means when I closed it I closed out the tab your blog was loaded in (I wasn’t done yet!) Just thought you maybe didn’t realize that it was opening like that! Let me know if I didn’t explain that well and I can clarify.

  12. What a cute coloring book! And just in time for the holiday!! As a mom of two awesome kiddos with special needs, I am *always* looking for great free activities to work on those fine motor skills — coloring is perfect. Thank you!

  13. I love the printable trend! I wish my Mom had these for my sister and I while growing up. We had so many car trips it would have been fun to do these!

  14. Very cute coloring book and thanks for providing it for download. Since my kids are grown and my grandson is not yet old enough for coloring books, I might have to just indulge my inner child and download it for myself. Happy St. Patrick’s Day!!!

  15. My grandchildren will no doubt love these. And I will too. I like the color and am glad to know it helps cut down on stress which seems to always be a problem for me! LOL Thanks for sharing this and Happy St. Patrick’s Day to you and yours!

  16. I love coloring with and without my kids! My daughter got one of those huge coloring books with the giant pictures awhile ago. We colored together and then when she went to bed I colored a few of my own pictures while watching tv with my husband! I really do feel that it is fun and relaxing!

  17. I too recently read that adults who color have less stress. I actually have a very detailed coloring book that I am thinking of getting out for exactly that purpose. Thanks for sharing your creativity here!

  18. I really do love to color. And my toddler hates to color without me. Thanks for creating something that is useful and helps her understand why everyone was wearing green yesterday. Great pictures.

  19. What a cute coloring page! I do like to color, but don’t do it very often at all any more. I’ve tried to color with my three year old granddaughter, but she always wants the particular crayon that I’m using. (I don’t hand it over right away because I want her to learn to share, but it still isn’t as stress-free as coloring should be.)

  20. Misty, thank you for this fun printable! I love coloring. I agree that while I enjoy coloring with my toddlers at the table I do prefer them to color their own pages and not mine. 😀 I would love to read the recent studies you found that pointed to adults who color have less stressful lives. ~Adrienne

  21. What a cute printable… sorry but if only my “kids”, yup they are all doggies, could color. I would have downloaded it! and actually I can’t even the last time I picked up box of crayons 🙂

  22. So cute! My son came home and asked if the leprechaun had visited us. It was the first year that he had ever asked about that. Apparently “the leprechaun” had visited his classroom at school and done some “elf on the shelf” type stuff. Knocking things over, making liquids green, leaving candy. I wasn’t prepared for that. So I told him that he didn’t need to visit us because he had been to his school. LOL. Thanks for sharing the printable.

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