What colors to use when coloring your princess
You have endless possibilities to choose from when selecting what colors to use on your coloring page. If you wish to make your artwork look like a Disney character
, you can choose light blue
to match Cinderella
to match Belle
, or blue for Mulan
Create your own original princess by mixing and matching colors. Purple
has been considered the color of royalty throughout most of history
. This is because purple dyes were very expensive and complicated to make in Medieval times. So a princess coloring book is just the thing to keep your creative kid happy and entertained for free.
Try and color your artwork as if she is a portrait of you. Match your skin
and hair color
and then use your favorite color on the dress
is always in style for princesses.
If you want to try something different, make your princess an unusual color
like blue or red. Maybe she is secretly an alien and has polka dots on her skin or stripes in her hair.
Reasons why kids like princesses
They are empowering role models for young women to look up to. They are leaders
because of their royal status
and enjoy a luxurious life. With the best fashion sense, they make a striking image that anyone would want to be like.
Princesses get to be their own heroes
and save the day. Little girls should look up to them because they show them that they don’t need to be saved by someone else. They can save themselves. It doesn’t hurt to get to kiss the prince at the end and live happily ever after too!
The history of princesses
There have been many princesses throughout history. They are the daughters of kings
and lived in many different countries like England
. Sometimes princesse had to marry
a prince from other kingdoms to ensure continuing peace
between their two lands. This is what happened to Marie Antoinette
of Austria in 1770 when she married the king of France. Once she was married, she became the new queen.
Nefertiti of Egypt
may have been a princess before she was crowned queen of Egypt. She was renowned for her beauty and intelligence and is one of Egypt’s most well known rulers. This is even more impressive because she was only a teenager
when she took the throne.
was an Indian princess and the daughter of His Imperial Majesty Sultan Abdul Mejid Efendi of the Ottoman Empire. She fought for women’s rights
, setup a hospital and helped the poor.
Princesses aren’t just historical figures of the past. There are still princesses today like Charlotte of Cambridge, who is fifth in line for the British throne. Encourage your little princess to be creative by enabling her to enjoy coloring. Our coloring pages are a great place to start.