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Presenting a Not Very Vintage coloring page with big Easter eggs and a little bunny, an original design by Curator Prime (AKA Heidi Berthiaume) featuring the art of Shark&Croc Co. and Irina Trigubova. Should you enjoy coloring this, there are five more such illustrations available in the Big Eggs, Little Bunnies PDF available for purchase and immediate download in the VC Bazaar.

  • Click on the image to show the hi-resolution version.
  • Right click/touch-and-hold to save the file to your computer/device.
  • It will print comfortably and cleanly on an 8.5″ x 11″ paper, or can be sized smaller in the software of your choice.

Happy Easter - a free Vintage Coloring page

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Big Eggs, Little Bunnies Not Very Vintage Coloring Book Cover

Big Eggs, Little Bunnies: A Not Very Vintage Coloring PDF is a Digital Exclusive containing five full page illustrations in the same style as this Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page. View all pages in the VC Bazaar.


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Big Eggs, Little Bunnies: A Not Very Vintage Coloring Book PDF

Curator Prime’s first Not Very Vintage Coloring Book premieres this week with an Easter theme of decorated Easter eggs and small rabbits.

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Presenting an excerpt from Bob and Bill See Canada (1919) by Alfred E. Uren which tells the story of today’s Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page, an illustration by W. Goode.

“Two intelligent and exceptionally human rabbits, named Bob and Bill, growing tired of the monotonous life they were living among their native haunts in a Nova Scotia forest, decide to tour Canada from Coast to Coast. Bob, who is white, is of a thoughtful turn of mind, while Bill, his black companion, sees the humorous side of life.”

  • Click on the image to show the hi-resolution version.
  • Right click/touch-and-hold to save the file to your computer/device.
  • It will print comfortably and cleanly on an 8.5″ x 11″ paper, or can be sized smaller in the software of your choice.

Pinstripe Suited Bunnies - a free Vintage Coloring page

This image is given freely unto you for your personal use. Print, color, share, post (with a link back to www.vintagecoloring.com if you would be so kind) – any of those actions in isolation or combination. This image is not to be sold nor placed upon images that are sold. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated.


The Rabbits of W. Goode PDF is a Digital Exclusive containing ten full page illustrations in the same style as this Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page.  View all pages in the VC Bazaar.


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Hereby presenting an excerpt from The Story of a Candy Rabbit (1920) by Laura Lee Hope. It tells the story of today’s Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page which is an illustration by Harry L. Smith.

Feeling rather lonesome, the Rabbit looked for some one to whom he might talk. He saw cakes of soap, towels, and wash cloths. There was also a large sponge in a wire basket hanging over the edge of the bathtub.

“I have heard that sponges are animals,” said the Candy Rabbit. “I wonder if this one is alive and will speak to me. I’ll try. Hello there, Mr. Sponge!” he called.

Click on the image to show the hi-resolution version. Right click/touch-and-hold to save the file to your computer/device. It will print comfortably and cleanly on an 8.5″ x 11″ paper, or can be sized smaller in the software of your choice.

Candy Rabbit - a free Vintage Coloring page

This image is given freely unto you for your personal use. Print, color, share, post (with a link back to www.vintagecoloring.com if you would be so kind) – any of those actions in isolation or combination. This image is not to be sold nor placed upon images that are sold. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated.


As an example, Curator Prime printed this illustration on copy paper (20lb.) and colored it with her Copic markers. You may click on the image to see it larger if you wish.

copic colored example of candy rabbit Vintage Coloring page

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