“Bullfinch and Peony” is a free 8 1/2 x 11 coloring page. I created the drawing by hand with pen and ink, then I digitized the image and converted it to PDF, JPG and PNG formats. You can use the PNG if you want to resize the image or color the page digitally. You can use the JPG for either digital coloring or printing, while the PDF is best for printing.
How to Download
You’ll need two things to access this drawing. First, you’re going to need a printer. It’s a black and white image, so it doesn’t need to be a color printer. Second, you’ll need to have a program that will open PDF files, such as Adobe Acrobat Reader. Adobe Acrobat Reader is free to download, and they provide simple, readable directions showing you how to install it.
If you don’t have Adobe Reader and don’t want to download it, or for some reason are unable to download it, you can set Google Chrome as your default PDF reader and open the file that way.
I created the coloring page by hand with pen and ink, and then I digitized the image, added the border, and converted it to PDF format. This product is a free digital download.
Paper Stock Choices
I prefer to print out my images on heavy card stock with a weight of 65 pounds or more. Pound, in this instance, refers to the thickness of the paper. A thicker paper is less likely to cause you issues when you’re coloring, and it will hold up better if you decide to use a liquid medium such as watercolor markers. However, use whatever paper works best for you and your project.
The coloring pages on my site are for your enjoyment and personal use ONLY. The files and images are not for resale or for free distribution outside of this website. Do not resell the digital files or paper copies, or post uncolored coloring pages on the web.
You are welcome to post any completed and colored versions of “Bullfinch and Peony” on your website or in your online coloring groups with attribution given to Stephany Elsworth and/or Color With Steph.
You may not:
Electronically distribute these items.
Share for free or resell the uncolored digital files.
Resell the uncolored printed files.
Sell either the uncolored or colored images through print on demand services such as CafePress, Zazzle, Society6, Redbubble or any other site.
Use the artwork to create your own coloring books for sale on Amazon or any other print on demand site.
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