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Love is in the air and I’m so excited to share these cute heart coloring pages with you! From simple to vintage drawings, here are many free printable hearts to color in, cut out, or use as a template for your Valentine crafts.
Nothing says ‘I love you, sweetheart’ quite like homemade heart art and now it’s at your fingertips…
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How are the printable hearts organized?
I’ve tried to make it as easy as possible to download the heart coloring pages you want.
First, I listed them all in the contents and one after the other on the page, with a description. Just click on the drawing you like and it will immediately download it for you.
Then, I’ve arranged the hearts in the format they can be printed: portrait and landscape. I’ve given some info on landscape and portrait a little later, so you know which is which.
Print out as many copies of these hearts as you’d like and use them to create a heart coloring book, paint your hearts with watercolors, glitter them up, or make fun things like Valentine cards or heart envelopes.
How big are these heart templates?
All of these hearts are designed to be printed on standard US letter size paper (8.5 x 11 inches). They will easily fit on standard A4 paper too, if you aren’t based in the US. This article will give you all the info you need about paper sizes.
These are all large hearts, but you should be able to adjust the print size of the heart when you print your free templates from your computer.
You have the option to print each heart either in landscape format.
What are portrait and landscape print formats?
Portrait format in printing is when the long side of the page runs from top to bottom, and the shorter side of the page runs from left to right. This is the usual format for reading books.
Here’s an example of a portrait print format:
A landscape print format is when the long side of the paper runs from left to right, with the shorter side running from top to bottom. Take a book and turn it to the side – that is landscape format.
Here’s an example of a landscape print format:
How to print these heart color pages
Just click on the heart you like to open it in a new window on your screen.
In the top-right of the new window, you should see an option to download and save the heart drawing for later or to print it out. Choose what you’d like to do.
You may need to adjust your printer settings to fit the page, or adjust the percentage to change the size of the heart printed.
Save these hearts for later
If you want to find these hearts again for all your future craft projects (these drawings will come in handy for Valentine’s day, birthday cards, cricut projects, as stencils, you name it), just click on the picture below to save it to your favorite Pinterest board. Never search for hearts again!
Arty Freehand Heart Coloring Page
Creative Hand-drawn Heart
This is a hand-drawn heart that’s a little narrower than it’s simple arty heart friend above.
Creative Heart With Thin And Thick Outline
This heart comes with a thin and thick outline, to cast a bit of a shadow and make it more three dimensional and like a cartoon heart.
Dotted Heart Outline
The dots that make up this heart coloring page give it a great crafty feel. It could be filled in with pretty round stamps (such as these) to keep the circle theme.
Heart Crosshatch With Squares
This heart comes with blocks in it! See how there are lines going from the top left to the bottom right and vice versa? That drawing style is called ‘cross hatching’.
This is the perfect project to try out these coloring pens that are erasable too (one of my personal favorites). Choose a few colors and color in each block with one of the colors to make a beautiful rainbow heart. Or use any color you please for a bright, colorful heart to use for your crafty projects.
Heart Outlined With Small Hearts
This is a simple heart with many simple hearts around it. You can never have enough hearts, can you?
Make the main heart one color and the small hearts another color, or make the smaller hearts many colors. Your imagination is the limit!
Heart with dotted outline to join the dots
Did you join the dots in pictures when you were a kid? Now you have a dotted heart to join the dots.
Take a pencil or one of these awesome pens and choose a starting place (like the point at the bottom or the top of the heart). Now follow the dotted line all the way around as carefully as you can, until the heart has a solid outline. It’s fun!
Heart with line stripes
This lined heart is like a cute sketch or heart doodle.
Color in each panel a different color with one of these fun pens or choose a main color and color in the blocks with shades of that main color from left to right. Put the darkest color in the block on the left, then use a lighter color in each block after that.
Or you could use the colors of the rainbow to make it a rainbow doodle heart.
Heart with looped outline
This pretty heart will keep you busy for ages – it’s like something that was created with one of these fun drawing gadgets.
If you look closely, you’ll see a pattern in the spiral outline. Take three colors and color in the pattern before filling in the main heart.
Heart with solid dotted outline
This heart coloring in page has a vintage feel to it. The solid dots around it look so pretty, like a frill!
Color in the main heart and then cut it out around the outline.
Hippy heart with a flower border
This hippy heart is super pretty. There’s nothing better than hearts and flowers.
Why not make the daisies a pretty color? Like pink or yellow with one of these funky pens. Daisies happen to be one of my favorite flowers, which is why I had to share a heart and flower coloring page here.
Rows of pretty hearts
Or print them out on normal paper, color them in, and cut them out to use for projects, parties, or to give to friends.
Left half of broken heart
This is the left side of the broken heart image.
Print out this page and color it in, then cut it out – you will see that this broken heart fits perfectly with its other half below.
Right half of broken heart
This is the right side of the broken heart. Remember to print out the left side of the heart above, color them in, cut them out, then put them back together to make a big full heart.
Simple heart in a heart
I love calling this one a ‘heart in a heart’. It’s so simple yet so cute how the bigger heart makes the border for the smaller heart.
You can color the border a different color to the main heart. Or color in the middle heart and use these glitter pens or something fun for the heart border.
Simple heart outline – thin outline, taller
This classic heart remains a favorite and there are endless things you can do with it. Use it as a coloring in page, for craft projects, to make cards, resize it for stickers, and the list goes on.
There are no frills on this one, just a simple heart in a classic shape.
Simple heart outline – thicker outline, wider
Everyone loves the classic heart above so I thought I’d add another one, this time with a darker, thicker outline and round edges.
Two hearts – one big heart, one small heart
What’s better than one heart to color in? Two hearts!
This is like a momma and baby heart to color in because it has one very big heart with a smaller heart near to it.
Two hearts together
This heart in a heart is the perfect coloring in activity that isn’t too challenging for young kids because there are no finer details. They can color each heart in a different color.
Two simple hearts side by side
These two classic simple hearts side by side are great for Valentine’s Day activities to make for your sweetheart. Color them in or fill them with something fun, like glitter from glitter pens. Then cut them out and write a special love letter on the back.
Upside down small heart in a large heart
I couldn’t resist adding this interesting heart coloring in page. The upside down heart inside it makes it very cute and interesting.
Vintage heart outline with lace
And here we have the vintage lace heart coloring in page. It’s very pretty and can be used to color in or to make bunting/heart banners.
Heart coloring pages: LANDSCAPE
Last chance to get the free Heart Activity Book
If you enjoyed these free heart coloring pages then you’re going to LOVE the heart activity book.
These cute heart coloring pages are bound to be a hit with kids, teens and adults alike. Print out just the one you need in portrait or landscape format by clicking on the heart drawing above, and remember to get the free Heart Activity Book.
Want more love-themed activities for all ages? Then try these Valentine’s Day word searches. On the topic of hearts, find out what those different heart emoji colors really mean.
Want to save these heart color pages for later? Then click on the image below to save this article to Pinterest!