Welcome to our ever-growing collection of winter coloring pages. Each free printable PDF features winter scenes, fun winter activities, winter weather, and clothing for the winter season.
Whether you need a quiet, indoor activity for when it's cold out or are looking for lesson-planning inspiration, this set of easy winter coloring sheets is a fulfilling way to nourish creativity in the colder months. Add your own unique touch to these modern illustrations!
Free Printable Winter Coloring Pages
In this seasonal series, you'll find drawings of snowflakes, kids riding sleds on snow days, log cabins covered in snow, "Seasons Greetings" pictures, and snow-covered trees.
We also have illustrations of people dressed in winter clothes like scarves, boots, warm hats, and cozy sweaters.
While we designed many of these simple winter scenes to color in for younger children, we've also included some intricate zentangles and doodles for adults.
Print some for an easy craft in December, January, or February. These pages work great for a quiet time activity. Coloring is an excellent way to de-stress after holiday celebrations or a long work day.
Winter Day Coloring Pages to Download
All our high-resolution free printable winter coloring pictures are standard US letter size, but they also fit perfectly onto A4 paper sizes.
Gather your markers, crayons, colored pencils, favorite snowglobe, and gel pens to color something festive. Happy coloring!
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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.
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Craft Ideas to Make With Winter Coloring Pages
With the arrival of January, it's time to celebrate the beauty and wonder of winter with our selection of free printable coloring pages.
These cute winter coloring pages are not only a fun and creative way to spend time indoors, but they also serve as a perfect activity for holiday parties and offer a wide range of craft ideas for kids and adults alike.
1. Winter Wonderland Snow Globe:
Create a magical frosty wonderland by printing out winter coloring pictures and coloring them with different shades of colors.
Cut out any of your favorite images or quotes from the finished coloring page.
Use an empty jar and lid, such as a jar from spaghetti sauce, salsa, or peanut butter. Thoroughly wash the jar with warm, soapy water and remove any labels.
Tape the cutout designs to the outside of one side of the jar. Place the images in a way that when the jar is upside, the images appear right-side up.
Fill the jar with water, glitter, and a few drops of glycerin to make the glitter fall slowly. Twist the lid securely back onto the jar. A few drops of hot glue or super glue along the rim of the jar will make sure the lid stays in place.
Tip the jar over so that it stands upside down. Shake it up to watch the snowflakes twirl and dance in your homemade snow globe.
2. Cozy Winter Scene Collage:
Step into a cozy scene by printing out some coloring pages that show fun winter activities like snowball fights, ice skating, and drinking hot chocolate.
Color the pages however you’d like. Cut out the elements you like best from the finished coloring pages. Arrange them on a large canvas.
Look through old magazines to find more winter-themed images, such as snow-covered pine trees, people wearing winter clothes, adorable forest animals, and beautiful icicles. Add them to your canvas using glue or Modge Podge.
Hang it up in your home or classroom to embrace the charm of the season.
3. Frosty Window Decorations:
Give your windows an enchanting makeover using printable winter coloring pages.
Print your favorite designs. Color them in different colors.
Then, cut out images from the coloring page. Attach them to your windows using double-sided tape.
Bask in the beauty of colorful wintry scenes inside and outside your house.
4. Frozen Storybook:
Ignite your child's imagination by creating a cold-weather storybook.
Print out several pages of winter illustrations and color them with your kids.
Punch holes on the left side of each page side and bind them with ribbon or yarn.
Encourage your child to write a winter tale or re-tell a familiar story from Disney movies (like Frozen) on the back of each coloring page. Enjoy reading it together on a cozy day.
5. Warm Wishes Cards:
Spread warmth and joy this winter by making personalized greeting cards.
Print out several copies of your favorite winter designs at 25-50% scale. Cut the excess paper away from each coloring page.
Fold the pages in half and color them.
Write heartfelt messages inside each card. Pass them out to friends and family during December, January, and February to add a little sunshine to their day.
6. Winter Wonderland Lanterns:
Set a magical ambiance by turning coloring pages into lanterns.
Print out coloring pages of snowflakes, iceicles, snowy trees, and quotes about winter. Color them. Cut out the colored designs.
Arrange each design on contact paper. Place another sheet of contact paper on top of the designs so they are protected and held tightly in place.
Roll the paper into a cylinder shape and secure it with a piece of tape on either end of the cylinder.
Stand the rolled-up design on one end and place a battery-operated tea light inside. This will create a beautiful, warm glow that radiates during cold days.
7. Snowy Day Sensory Bottles:
Capture the serenity of a snowy day by creating sensory bottles with your children.
Print out snow coloring sheets and color them with cool colors like dark blues, light blues, and grays.
Cut out the colored designs.
Place them inside empty plastic water bottles or jars.
Add glitter, confetti, or tiny white beads to mimic falling snowflakes.
Seal the lids tightly.
Shake the bottles gently to watch the snowfall.
8. DIY Paper Snowflakes:
Create delicate and intricate decorations using printable snowflake templates.
Choose your favorite snowflake designs and print them out. Color in the snowflakes.
Cut out the colored designs, moving carefully and slowly around the edges of the snowflakes.
Display your unique paper snowflakes on windows, hung from ceilings, or used to adorn holiday gifts.
9. Personalized Scrapbook Pages:
Preserve precious winter memories in a handcrafted scrapbook.
Print out coloring pages of specific things you love about winter or activities you do during this season. These could include coloring pages of Christmas, snowflakes, snowmen, or even winter hats.
Fill your coloring pages with wintry hues.
Cut out your favorite parts from the pages you colored. Use them as decorative elements on scrapbook pages. Add photos, ticket stubs, gift cards, handwritten notes, and other mementos you’ve saved from your winter experiences.
Flip through your scrapbook to relive the memories you made during the colder months.
10. Personalized Stationery Set:
Add a personal touch by designing a custom stationery set with snowy winter coloring sheets.
Print the coloring pages at 50% scale for a smaller piece of stationery. Or, print them normally for a full-size piece of stationery. Color them in with frosty shades of blues and whites.
Package the stationery set with blank envelopes and share it as a thoughtful gift. The recipient will love writing heartfelt greetings on the back of the coloring pages and sending them to friends.
11. Sparkling Ornaments:
Add a touch of magic to your holiday decorations.
Print out winter coloring pages and decorate them with dazzling shades of blue and silver. Or, go with red and green for an extra Christmassy vibe.
Sprinkle glitter on them or use glitter gel pens for an added sparkle.
Use a plastic cup or small bowl to trace a circle on the back side of your finished coloring sheet. Cut out the circle shape and flip it over to display the beautiful designs.
Laminate or cover the circles with clear contact paper for durability.
Punch a hole at the top and thread a string or ribbon through it. Hang the ornaments on your Christmas tree to enjoy all season.
12. Snowy Winter Placemats:
Make mealtime delightful by creating seasonal placemats for winter using free coloring pages.
Print out coloring pages of various scenes or patterns that evoke a wintery feeling. Fill them with vibrant colors.
Laminate or cover the coloring pages with clear contact paper to make them reusable and easy to clean after meals.
13. Winter-themed Puzzles:
Challenge your problem-solving skills with DIY puzzles.
Choose a few PDFs from the winter printables and print the pages. Color the pages in bright and contrasting colors.
Glue the colored page to a thin piece of cardboard.
Once dry, carefully cut the colored pages into puzzle pieces of various shapes and sizes.
Mix up the pieces and see if you can rebuild the winter scenes.