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Children's Colouring in Picture of the Coronation Gown of Queen Elizabeth II

By Pauline Weston Thomas for

Free Colouring In Picture of the Queen's Coronation Dress

  • Basic Coronation Picture


I became aware in early May 2002 that people were seeking colouring in pictures to use in school jubilee fashion history project work. I have made a very basic outline sketch of the Queen's Coronation Gown suitable for children to either colour or use as a guideline for fabric or paper collage.

The sketch should be satisfactory as a handout for a lesson on for example the importance of the constitution, or simply for fun colouring in during jubilee school celebrations or as part of a street party goody bag containing felt pens or crayons.

The sketch would also be suitable for a teacher to scale up for a large wall mural with different children working on specific sections. The file has been scaled to print out to A4 size. Just double click the picture and print off when downloaded or save to disk. It will also open in Microsoft Word if you have limited picture software.  For instructions to open files in Word see my page called Fashion Drawing.

Note - the Queen wore a Diadem to the Abbey and wore the Crown after the coronation ceremony on the return journey.



Free Basic Colouring In Picture of Queen Elizabeth II's Coronation Gown.

(Copyright © 1977-2007.These pictures may not be used as part of a CD or electronic device for sale purposes, but may be printed off in multiple copies for school, nursery or street parties.)

Click on the A4 illustration and download singly.

Basic Coronation Picture 1

Colouring in picture of Queen Elizabeth II in her Coronation Gown.Use this simple outline for colouring in or collage work with foil, paper, braids, lace, sequins or beads and fabrics.

This colouring in picture of the Queen's Coronation Dress would be very suitable for younger groups where bold shapes are important.





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