Admittedly, like our 4th of July coloring sheets, these are not your usual horse coloring pages. But I thought I’d try something new by taking vintage horse images and altering them in Picnik. The result is the pages you see below. They vary in size, because the original vintage horse images varied. But they should be fun to color anyway. They might also make nice clip art for layering and decoupage when you want to feature vintage-looking horses. If these aren’t your cup of tea, though, you might be interested in the animal coloring books from Amazon featured at the bottom of the page.
Click one of the vintage horse coloring pages below to see the larger version (enlarged sizes vary).
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