I am so excited to finally share with you these much-anticipated and highly requested tea coloring pages for adults! I may have gained my name as an adult coloring book author via coffee themed pages, but many many tea drinkers have been asking for THEIR turn. Well, here it is… Disclosure: this post contains affiliate links.
Since I created my first set of coffee coloring pages, and then went on to actually publish a coffee themed coloring book, many people have been requesting all sorts of things. But the one request that I get the most is for tea themed pages.
While many of my coffee pages are focused more on mugs and drinking hot drinks than actual coffee, many aren’t and some people wanted me to expand more on the tea theme. When I made this coffee mandala, I did create a tea version too for that reason.
If you don’t drink coffee but like that hot drink these tea coloring pages for adults are perfect for you!
You can purchase these tea coloring pages for adults on Etsy or on Gumroad below. Or scroll down for more information and full previews of all the pages.
5 cool tea coloring pages for adults:
Wanna see what’s in them for yourself? Here’s the rundown:
Note: These images are reduced quality and not suitable for print – this is just to offer you a preview of what the full size looks like. You can purchase the full size version above.
1. The Moroccan Tea Set:
I love drinking fresh mint tea, made from the leaf, and I learned this from Moroccans we visited. This intricate tea set is inspired by them…
You can make it what you want – enameled metal? Stained glass? Whatever it is, just make sure to put in lots of color!
2. Cup Collector:
I love collecting different styles of mugs. When I ran out of cabinet space, I added hooks beneath my cabinets for mugs, and decided to create a page based on that.
This one is a shelf, with a spot for things on bottom and a (sugar?!) canister on bottom, plus another canister on top (cookies for sure…)
3. Tea Time:
I couldn’t make a coloring page packet without a type-focused one… I made this with blocks of white space for you to have fun with, and the bubbles add lots of action.
4. Tea Pot:
Surrounded by mini mandalas that look like doilies, this fun tea pot is a winner!
It’s my favorite page in the lot, and also took the most work and planning to make it perfect. It’s a fun, relaxing page to color.
5. Tea with Lemon:
I had to offer a truly challenging page in the mix, so I decided to make this “tea with lemon” page with REAL detail. You’ll need to choose the colors for the tablecloth, the wallpaper…
You can see that this is the one that I started coloring! Think I’ll ever finish? I stared off with Stabilo 88 markers to get into all those small spaces.
Which of these tea coloring pages for adults will you be coloring first? Comment below!