Does your child want to give gifts to family members? If you’re looking for an awww worthy gift that won’t leave your budget crying “oww,” look no further than these free “I love you” coloring pages! These “I love you” bubble letters coloring pages are fun, frugal, and heartfelt and thus would make great gifts for just about anyone on your kid’s list.
There are many holidays that may have your kid looking for gifts to give—Christmas, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Valentine’s Day. If your child is older, there are ways to make money in college or high school, but if your child is younger and you want to spare your budget, you’re going to need to look to homemade or semi-homemade options, like these “I love you” coloring pages.
Tip: If your child’s love language is gifts, he or she is going to want to give items to loved ones on a regular basis, not just on the holidays, so be sure to load up on fun, frugal, and thoughtful options! 🙂
There’s a lot to love about these 3 printable “I love you” coloring pages. As already mentioned, they’re fun, frugal, and heartfelt. However, the pros of these “I love you” bubble letters pages don’t end there! Keep reading for more!
“I Love You” Coloring Pages Script
Another benefit of these free printable “I love you” coloring pages is that they’re versatile. Want these to be “I love you, Mom” coloring pages? No problem! How about “I love you, Dad” coloring pages for Father’s Day? Again, no problem.
What I’m trying to say is these printables aren’t designed for just one specific family member but rather can easily be used for just about anyone your child cares for. This first coloring page printable is a bit of an elegant script so it might work best for Mom, Grandma, or another woman, but don’t stand in the way of creative genius—let your little Picasso decide who gets what! 😉
Using this as an “I love you, Mom” coloring page? If your child wants to use this printable as a card, here are some other frugal gift options that Mom is sure to appreciate:
- 118 Mother’s Day Mason jar gifts
- 15 homemade Mother’s Day gift ideas
- 25 homemade Valentine’s Day gifts – This are great for more than just Mom!
“I Love You” Coloring Pages Heart Locks
Does your child have the key to your heart? Of course he (or she) does, which is what makes this “I love you” bubble letters coloring sheet with heart padlocks a fitting gift! Again, this is a versatile option that can easily become “I love you, Dad” coloring pages, “I love you, Grandma” coloring pages, etc.
Another benefit of these printable “I love you” coloring pages is that, once they’re printed, your child can tackle this gift all on his or her own. Yep, this is not a gift where Mom or Dad has to do all or even most of the work. There’s no paint, glitter, glue, scissors, or other complicated, possibly dangerous tools or materials involved (unless you want there to be)!
Want to give your kid more DIY adult-free gift options? Here are more coloring sheets that fit the bill:
- “Love” in bubble letters free printables.
- “Happy Valentine’s Day” in bubble letters printable.
- Valentine bubble letters – Using these as coloring sheets may have an added educational benefit of helping your little one get more familiar with his or her ABCs!
- “Love” coloring pages for adults and kids.
“I Love You” Coloring Pages with Hearts
Has your kid got a whole lotta heart? If so, the last of the “I love you, Mom” coloring pages (or “I love you, Dad” coloring pages—I’m not trying to hoard all the love here!) may be a great option. It’s a sweet way to say “I heart you” to anyone.
The last benefit I want to mention in regards to these “I love you” bubble letters printables is that they can easily be scaled up or down to fit your budget, time, child’s skill level, materials on hand, etc.
If you want to keep the house tidy, stick with just crayons and colored pencils. If you want to let your kid go wild then you’re a braver person than me … just kidding, sort of. However, in that case, opt for finger paints, markers, and the like.
ALL 3 “I Love You” Coloring Pages
In my opinion, you should never pass up an opportunity to tell someone you care about them … encourage your child to share the love as well. You never know when a good opportunity may arise, so grab all 3 of the“I love you” coloring pages now. 🙂
And if you’re looking for love, or more specifically free Valentine printables, get them all here.