Welcome to our ever-growing collection of Christmas coloring pages. Each free printable PDF features a few of our favorite things from holiday season, like decorated trees, festive lights, gingerbread men, Santa Claus, and more.
Whether you want an easy DIY Christmas decoration or a quiet family activity for Christmas Eve, this set of yuletide coloring sheets will surely put you in the holiday spirit. Add your own creative touch to these free printables!
Free Christmas Coloring Pages for Kids + Adults
In this winter holiday series, you'll find drawings of beautiful Christmas scenes, including Christmas trees, reindeer, snowmen, ornaments, gifts, candy canes, nativity scenes, gingerbread houses, snowflakes, mistletoe, and of course, everyone's favorite, Saint Nick.
While we designed many of these simple wintery coloring pages for kids, we've also included cheery, intricate designs for adults too. Print some to include in your annual Christmas cards or for a festive activity at a holiday party.
Great Christmas Coloring Pages to Download
All our high-resolution free printable Xmas coloring pages are standard US letter size, but they also fit perfectly onto A4 paper sizes.
Gather your markers, coloring pencils, and crayons, queue your favorite Mariah Carey Christmas song, and color something jolly today. Happy holidays and happy coloring!
Christmas Gnome Coloring Pages
In this collection of gnome coloring pages, you'll find these cuties engaged in various winter activities. Color in some gnomes celebrating Christmas, skiing through snowy landscapes, ice skating, adorning a Christmas tree, and helping Santa Claus trim the tree!
Print your own personal Christmas coloring book of these tiny festive creatures.
Dinosaur Xmas Coloring Sheets
Are you looking for a quiet indoor activity while it's cold outside? This set of Christmas-themed dinosaur coloring sheets is great for any little dino lover.
In this collection, you'll find baby dinosaurs masquerading as reindeer, T. Rex dressed up like a Christmas tree, triceratops sporting winter hats, pterodactyls attaching ornaments, and large dinosaurs wrapped in Christmas lights.
The series also features dinosaurs alongside beloved holiday elements such as Christmas gifts, trees, Santa Claus, elves, sleighs, and snowflakes.
Unicorn Christmas Pictures to Color In
It doesn't get much more magical than Christmas unicorn coloring pages! Here, you'll find illustrations of these magical animals doing our favorite Christmas activities – giving gifts, trimming the tree, building snowmen, wearing beanies, and baking Christmas cookies.
You can even color a picture of a unicorn with Santa's sleigh!
More Free Printables to Color
We've got loads of free printable PDF coloring pages to help your family relax, work on fine motor skills, practice color recognition, or enjoy time together.
Download a few (or a hundred!) today.
Craft Ideas to Make With Christmas Coloring Pages
Get creative with these craft ideas using free printable Christmas coloring pages!
Whether it's ornaments for your tree, greeting cards for loved ones, or puppets for imaginative play, here are endless creative ways to make this holiday season merry and bright.
1. Holiday Greeting Cards:
Spread holiday cheer with handmade Christmas cards.
Print out festive designs at 50% scale and color them in. Cut out the main elements and glue them to the front of a piece of construction paper folded in half. Write heartfelt messages inside to share with family and friends. Your unique cards will surely bring smiles to their faces during this holiday season.
2. Christmas Gift Tags:
Add a personalized touch to your Christmas presents with homemade gift tags.
Print out drawings like candy canes, gingerbread houses, snowflakes, nutcrackers, snow globes, and more.
Color them and cut them into tag shapes. Punch a hole in each tag and tie them onto your presents with twine or ribbon.
Your gift recipients will appreciate the extra handmade details!
3. One-Of-A-Kind Storybook:
Create your own illustrated Christmas storybook using printable coloring pages.
Print out different scenes from your favorite holiday stories or nativity scenes.
Color them and bind them together with ribbon or staples.
Have your kids add their own written narration, or let the pictures tell the story.
Make a family tradition of creating a new personalized Christmas story each year.
4. Santa's Little Helpers Puppets:
Bring Santa's North Pole crew to life by turning Christmas coloring pages into puppets.
Print out drawings of elves, reindeer, or even Santa Claus himself and
color them in. Then, cut out and attach them to wooden craft sticks to make puppets.
Put on a festive puppet show as you patiently await Santa’s arrival.
5. Countdown to Christmas Advent Calendar:
Make counting down to Christmas extra special with an advent calendar.
Print out 25 coloring pages to represent each day leading up to December 25th. Our collection of December coloring sheets has some good options too.
Roll up each coloring page and secure them with a pretty piece of ribbon. Put all the coloring pages in a large basket that will serve as your advent calendar.
Color one page each day until the big celebration arrives.
6. Christmas Collage Art:
Create a masterpiece using xmas coloring pages as your canvas.
Print out various drawings like a mistletoe, snowman, gingerbread men, festive lights, and ornaments.
Color and cut out different shapes and elements from the printables. Arrange and glue them onto a poster board to create your unique holiday artwork.
7. Holiday Party Bingo:
Host a festive game night with Christmas-themed bingo cards made from printable coloring pages.
Print out bingo cards with holiday-themed designs like Santa, snowmen, or Christmas trees.
Color them in and laminate them for durability.
Use small candies or buttons as markers and enjoy a fun-filled evening of bingo.
8. Christmas Wrapping Paper:
Add a personal touch to your gift-giving by creating your own wrapping paper.
Print out multiple pages of your favorite Christmas designs. Color them in.
Wrap your small gifts with these unique and festive drawings.
As a bonus, this DIY wrapping paper can serve as a piece of artwork if unwrapped with care.
9. Santa's Workshop Coloring Book:
Create your own coloring book with free Christmas printables.
Print out different designs of toys, tools, gifts, and elves working away in the North Pole workshop.
Then, bind them together with staples or ribbon. Give your kids their custom Christmas coloring book to color in every time they ask you how many more days there are until Santa comes.
10. Festive Coasters:
Protect your surfaces in style with homemade Christmas coasters. These make awesome DIY gifts for your kiddos to make for teachers, coaches, or grandparents.
Print out xmas designs at 25-50% scale. Color them in. Trace around a small bowl to draw a circle.
Cut the circles out and laminate them for durability.
Optional: add a layer of cork or felt on the back to prevent slipping.
Set your mugs on these festive coasters and enjoy your favorite holiday beverages.
11. Holly Jolly Coloring Placemats:
Make mealtime festive with holiday coloring placemats.
Print out large coloring page designs at 100-200% scale. (This could mean that you’ll need to take two sheets of paper together to connect the design after printing.)
Color them in. Laminate them to help them last longer.
Provide dry-erase markers for your family or guests to use the placemats as a mealtime canvas.
12. Christmas Pop-Up Cards:
Surprise your loved ones with homemade pop-up cards featuring Christmas designs.
Print out your favorite coloring pages. Designs with a single larger element work best in this craft, particularly if the illustration is fairly symmetrical.
Color the designs in, and cut them out. Fold each element you plan to use within a card in half vertically. Attach each colored design inside a piece of cardstock that’s been folded in half. To create a pop-up effect when the card is opened, glue the sides of the element in place while keeping it folded
Spread holiday cheer with these impressive handmade cards.
13. Santa Claus Puzzle:
Challenge yourself or your children with a homemade puzzle created from printed Christmas coloring sheets.
Choose a favorite PDF to print. Color it in completely.
Glue the colored page to a piece of cardboard and let it dry.
Once dried, cut the cardboard into various irregular puzzle pieces.
Mix up the pieces and solve the puzzle by putting it back together again. This is a great activity for Christmas Eve while you’re tracking Santa and waiting for bedtime.