20 Vintage Peter Rabbit Watercolor Coloring Pages

Looking for a fun and creative way to pass the time? Look no further than our collection of free printable Peter Rabbit watercolor coloring pages! These delightful designs are perfect for all ages and are sure to inspire your inner artist. So grab your favorite watercolor supplies and let’s get started!

Peter Rabbit watercolor picture classic illustration with a water color palette, and an antique ashtray used as a watercup and paintbrush holder.

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Are you a fan of the classic tale of Peter Rabbit? Do you love to spend your free time engaging in art activities like coloring pages?

Then you are in luck because I have put together some of the most adorable vintage Peter Rabbit Printable Watercolor Coloring Pages for you to enjoy!

And let me just preface this by saying, I don’t really watercolor. I love watercolor and have been obsessed with the idea of learning the art of it, but I haven’t really followed through yet. Until now.

Just sitting down for 20 minutes to paint these Peter Rabbit Illustrations has made me realize I was seriously overthinking it. And now I’ve got all this confidence to do it more!

This is one of many reasons these types of printables make it so much fun for beginners of adults and children alike!

Unleash Your Inner Artist with These Whimsical Peter Rabbit Coloring Pages

I’m delighted to offer these free printable Peter Rabbit Watercolor Coloring Pages. I love that these make it easier for all of us to enjoy this classic tale while expressing our artistic side!

20 Beatrix Potter Peter Rabbit Illustrations coloring pages with an antique ashtray with water in it and a paintbrush with watercolor palette.

Supplies You May Need

These are the basic supplies you will need to get started with watercolor fun. I used similar supplies I already had on hand because I’ve been wanting to do this for a long time!

Let’s Join Peter Rabbit and his Friends for a Colorful Adventure

One of the favorite features of these coloring pages is that they are designed to be printed on watercolor paper, which is perfect for those who want to use watercolor paints.

The extra details on each page capture the essence of the story and add a new level of fun to the activity. The illustrations showcase the beauty of the natural world and the adventures of pet rabbits in a way that is both charming and educational.

Four bunnies watercolor printable page, Mrs Rabbit with Flopsy, Mopsy, and Cottontail and Peter Rabbit.
Mrs. Rabbit and her little bunny babies getting dressed, watercolor coloring page, watercolor palette, and a vintage brass tray being used as a water bowl for the paintbrush.

Step One – Print the Peter Rabbit Watercolor Coloring Pages

These are small, but fun printable pages. You aren’t going to get any hand exhaustion with these minis! Print them out as many times as you need to for extra practice or extra fun!

Peter Rabbit watercolor pages, one Peter Rabbit illustration painted with watercolors watercolor palette, and a vintage brass tray being used as a water bowl for the paintbrush.

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Print out the Peter Rabbit Mini Coloring Pictures

free printable watercolor

Peter Rabbit Pictures

This printable is for personal use only. However, feel free to share this post with friends and family so they can have these amazing timeless illustrations, too! The download will come with all 7 charming illustrations. 6 in a Series sized 5×7″ (approx.) and 1 sized at 8 1/2″ x 11 “.

Proper Printing to Watercolor

In order to use watercolor paints you will need to use thicker paper. Ideally a watercolor paper, but I used 80 lb cardstock for mine because that’s what I had on hand.

I like to buy loose-leaf watercolor paper for this exact purpose, however. My printer can handle thicker paper so I don’t need to hand-feed it, test yours to see. And if you don’t have a printer you can have these printed at your local UPS store or another print shop on cardstock!

Step Two – Cut and Paint

It really is that simple. Watercoloring is probably one of the most simple paints to work with and the point is kind of messy so imperfections work well!

Just wet your brush and get some paint and start your piece of art.

Peter Rabbit in his blue coat watercolor picture.

You can also let it dry and come back in with darker colors on top, or other colors on top. A fun variation might be to use watercolor pencils and then come in and blend.

As you start coloring these pages, take some time to appreciate the work of the natural scientist, Helen Beatrix Potter, who not only wrote children’s books but also created beautiful illustrations of animals and nature. Her legacy continues to inspire generations of readers and artists alike.

Peter Rabbit Coloring Pages: Not Just for Watercolors

Though I think they’re fantastic for watercolor, these Peter Rabbit Watercolor pages are also wonderful for use with alcohol markers, crayons, colored pencils, or acrylic paints!

Take the opportunity to learn new art mediums and add a few to the list for later.

Four Peter Rabbit watercolor illustrations watercolored.

A Short Introduction to the Charming World of Peter Rabbit

As you may already know, The Tale of Peter Rabbit is a timeless children’s classic written by the English writer, Helen Beatrix Potter.

The story follows the mischievous and disobedient Peter Rabbit as he ventures into Mr. McGregor’s garden, a vegetable garden that he has been warned to stay away from.

Throughout the story, valuable lessons are learned about the consequences of disobedience and the importance of following rules.

In conclusion, these Peter Rabbit Printable Watercolor Coloring Pages offer a fun and educational way to engage with one of the most beloved children’s classics of all time. So, grab your watercolor paints, print out some coloring sheets, and enjoy the adventures of Peter Rabbit and his friends.

More of Beatrix Potter and Friends

If you love the delightful world of Beatrix Potter and her animal friends you may like some of these other fun posts!

Thank you so much for stopping by! I hope I have inspired you to step out of your comfort zone a little and try watercolor for yourself!



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  1. These images are so precious! I can’t wait to print them out, cut them out, and hand them out to the kids (and myself, if I’m being honest) to color and hang up around the house! Thanks so much for these beautiful coloring pages!

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