Like everyone around the globe, you must have enjoyed watching the live-action remake of “Beauty and the Beast”, Disney’s 1991 animated classic film. The 2017 live-action musical remake starring Emma Watson as Belle, was a hit worldwide, grossing $1.2 billion in the box office. It should be fun filling these coloring pages, as today we have got you a collection of free printable Belle coloring pages.
“Beauty and The Beast” is about a prince who is cursed to become a beast for his arrogance with everyone in the castle turned into household items, trapped and forgotten by outside world unless the beast finds someone to love and be loved in return. When a girl rescues her father, imprisoned for intruding and stealing a rose, by taking his place, a possibility arises for the curse to be cured. Have fun learning more about this Disney princess through this collection of Belle coloring sheets to print.
30 Free Belle Coloring Pages Printable
Beast Presenting Flowers To Belle:
As time passed on in the castle, Belle and the Beast get to know each other. They spent time together, which led to fondness and attraction later. It is during such times that the Beast presented flowers to Belle.
Lesson From “Beauty And The Beast”:
Through the story, we get to learn to never judge a book by its cover, or a person by their appearance. You never truly know how a person is unless you invest time in getting to know them.
Belle Carving A Pumpkin:
It must be Halloween time in the village of Villeneuve, as Belle is carving one of the pumpkins that were growing in her garden. Help her create a beautiful pumpkin art by printing and adding your color to this illustration.
Belle Pats Frou-Frou, The Footstool:
Even in its transformed formed, Frou-frou acts like a pet dog. A Yorkshire Terrier in its original form, it was transformed into a footstool when the curse was cast. It seems to be enjoying all the love and attention it is getting from Belle.
Belle – Inspired By Iconic Actresses:
Oh! how beautiful Belle is looking in this portrait, isn’t she? While the original Disney animated film was being made and the animators were working on her features, they referenced a few of the iconic Hollywood actresses, especially Audrey Hepburn and Vivien Leigh.
Wedding Bells For The Prince And Belle:
Once the curse was lifted and the Beast returned to his human self, Belle’s love story found a great ending. The Beast, now back as the Prince and Belle, finally start their lives together as they get married.
Lovely Belle In A Lovely Gown:
Belle’s exquisite yellow gown in the animated film was originally ordered to be pink, but gold was the color that caught the eye of the film’s art director, Brian McEntee. This little detail made a huge difference.
Nothing To Fear When There’s Lumiere:
Belle takes a walk in the dark night with Lumiere, a candelabra who was the prince’s butler in his human form. With Lumiere lighting their path, Belle marches on boldly and unafraid.
Belle Cuts A Tree For Christmas:
Having grown up independent and strong, thanks to her father’s upbringing and her own spirit, Belle takes no time to cut down a tree she will turn into a Christmas tree.
Belle Decorating Christmas Tree:
After carrying the tree inside, she has managed to decorate it well. Look at all the ribbons and trinkets hanging from the Christmas tree. You can do your bit by printing this page and help her add sparkling colors to her decorations.
Belle Feeding The Chickens:
In her small village, Belle finds joy and happiness in books and doing her little chores like feeding the chickens and gardening. She was never interested in the same pursuits as other young girls her age, who only thought of getting married.
Belle Fixing Cogsworth, The Mantle Clock:
The head of the palace staff, Cogsworth, who tuned into a mantle clock, is having difficulty functioning properly. Thanks to Belle who learned by observing her father, an inventor in the village, Cogsworth is getting repaired.
Madame de Garderobe Helps Belle With Her Dress:
Once an opera singer in her human form, Madame de Garderobe, turned into a wardrobe post the curse was spelled. On seeing Belle, she does her absolute best to help her dress up in the finest dresses.
Belle In The Attic Coloring Page:
Having always been curious and inquisitive, Belle finds herself in the attic of the palace. Lumiere always there to light up the way, but Belle is startled by the living objects in the chest.
Belle Cuts Firewood:
To help keep the fire burning and stocking up on firewood, Belle has decided to cut some logs today. Once done, Belle checks out one of the piece of log she just cut.
Belle And Her Reflection, Both Looking Beautiful:
Trying out the gown she would wear when she heads down to meet the Beast for the dance, Belle checks herself in the mirror. Wouldn’t you agree that she looks elegantly beautiful? Print this coloring page and fill her dress with magical colors.
As Belle Reads, Beast Listens:
One of the first moments when the wall between them had fallen and friendship was blossoming was when the Beast took Belle to his huge library. Over time, she would spend her time reading, while the Beast lovingly listened.
Belle Scaring Beast:
As their friendship grew, an easy familiarity and comfortable relationship formed. Belle is even able to play tricks and pranks on the Beast, who easily got scared of spiders.
Belle Takes Care Of Her Sick Father:
Looking frail and really sick, Belle makes sure to completely take care of her father. Having been raised alone by her father, she cannot imagine a world without him in it. Let’s pray for his health by offering some solemn colors.
Belle Trying Out New Dresses:
Madame de Garderobe or the Wardrobe in her present form caters to Belle by helping her with her dresses, making up new ones for her to try on.
Belle With Lumière And Chip:
On one of the rare sunny days, Belle enjoys a little walk on the castle grounds accompanied by Lumiere and Chip, the tea-cup son of Mrs. Potts, head housekeeper of the castle but now a teapot. Looks like Chip swallowed some cold water.
Belle With Prince Adam:
Belle and Prince Adam share a moment of togetherness, with the symbol of their love and their destiny, a red rose just like the enchanted rose on whose petals the Beast’s life hung in balance before.
Belle’s Throws A Bouquet, Can You Draw The Bouquet?
Become a part of the wedding celebration of the Prince and Belle by helping to finish this illustration. Belle is seen throwing her flower bouquet to the bridesmaids, the problem is the bouquet is missing. Print this page, draw the bouquet to complete the scene and fill it with colors.
After Belle’s Spider Prank, Beast Howls To Scare Her:
With the ease in their friendship, Belle had scared the Beast with a spider. Now, the Beast hides and howls like a wolf to scare Belle who is taking a walk in the dark woods with Lumiere as company.
Disney’s Belle And Her Gown’s Tale:
Over the years, the famous yellow gown of Belle has undergone a few evident and subtle changes, in design and shape as well as the shade of yellow. Here is Belle with one of the versions of the gown. You can give it your own color interpretation.
Belle Sits Down To Eat, Dinner Is A Treat:
After being persuaded by the palace staff including Mrs. Potts and Lumiere, Belle finally comes down to the dining room. She is pleasantly surprised and enjoys the dinner along with the company.
Small Village, Narrow Mindset:
Growing up in a small village of Villeneuve, Belle found herself limited in scope with the narrow mindset of the villagers opposed to education of a girl and having dreams other than marriage.
Looks Like Belle Finally Picked A Dress
For the important night, it took her some time, but Belle finally decided on the yellow gown to wear. And what a perfect choice it was.
Princess Belle Coloring Page:
With the strong characterization of Belle in “Beauty and The Beast”, Disney’s Princesses saw a marked change in their portrayal.
Belle Receives a Birdhouse From Beast:
This beautiful coloring sheet features lovely Belle receiving a birdhouse from the Beast and she looks really pleased.
When the 1991 Disney’s animated film was created, it was the first time that a Disney princess was portrayed as a strong-willed and independent girl, instead of as a simply damsel-in-distress. The story based on Jeanne-Marie Leprince de Beaumont’s fairy tale was adapted into a screenplay by Linda Woolverton, who was determined to empower the often stereotyped Disney princesses by changing the characterization in the original story. Appreciate the story of this change-making princess through this collection of Belle colouring pages.