Sleeping Beauty Coloring Pages

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Please enjoy these Sleeping Beauty coloring pages!

Classic Sleeping Beauty Coloring Pages

Elegant Princess Aurora Coloring Pages

The Good Fairies: Flora, Fauna, and Merryweather Coloring Pages

Kid-Friendly Sleeping Beauty Cartoon Coloring Pages

Scenic Sleeping Beauty Forest Coloring Pages

Sleeping Beauty and Her Prince Coloring Pages

Maleficent Coloring Pages

Princess Aurora Dancing with Prince Phillip Coloring Pages

Gothic Style Maleficent Coloring Pages

Sleeping Beauty’s Magical Awakening Coloring Pages

Portraits of Sleeping Beauty Characters Coloring Pages

Tips For Coloring Sleeping Beauty

What colors should I use for a Sleeping Beauty coloring page?

Sleeping Beauty, also known as Princess Aurora, traditionally wears a flowing gown in pink but it occasionally appears in blue due to the magic of her fairy godmothers. Her hair is golden blonde and she has light skin. However, as a result of a longstanding curse, there are scenes where she is sleeping and her complexion is paler.

How can I add more detail and realism to my Sleeping Beauty coloring?

To add more detail and depth to your coloring, you can use various shades of the same color for her gown, with richer color at the bottom and lighter shades towards the lines to create a sense of light source. Aurora’s hair is usually drawn as waves, so play with darker and lighter shades of blonde to give volume and definition. Don’t forget to add hints of rose color on her cheeks and lips for a healthy glow.

What are some key elements to pay attention to while coloring Sleeping Beauty?

Aurora fell into a deep sleep as a result of a curse so there will be scenes where she is sleeping. In these, her complexion may be paler. Her three fairy godmothers, Flora, Fauna, and Merryweather, are an integral part of her story. Flora dresses in red, Fauna in green, and Merryweather in blue. Their magical wands are also important, usually depicted with a glowing star at the end.

Can you provide some interesting facts about Sleeping Beauty that I could incorporate into my art?

Sure! Sleeping Beauty’s real name is Aurora, but she was also called Briar Rose to keep her hidden from Maleficent. The story depicts a battle between good and evil, represented by the gentle Princess Aurora and the wicked fairy Maleficent. Maleficent transforms into a giant dragon at the end of the story. Including elements like the enchanted spinning wheel or the dragon could add an interesting twist to your coloring pages.

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