Free Printable December Coloring Pages
Welcome to the enchanting world of our 65 unique December coloring pages! With its crisp winter air and joyful anticipation of celebrations, December is sure to bring many exciting topics for coloring experiences.
In this collection, you’ll discover countless illustrations that capture the essence of December – from cheerful holiday decorations, calendars, and snowy landscapes to scenes of children building snowmen or sitting by a warm fire pressure.
Each of our pages is a canvas waiting to be touched, inviting you to create works that capture the festive spirit of this particular time of year.
Whether you’re a seasoned artist or just looking to relax your kids, these December coloring pages will offer something for everyone.
You can select, print, and share these free pages as often. So don’t be afraid to get creative!
5 Exciting Activities With Free Printable December Coloring Pages
You can take advantage of December coloring pages to make fun ideas. These activities are great for keeping kids entertained during winter break, snow days, or any time they need some indoor fun.
Make Christmas Countdown Calendar
Choose a set of December-themed coloring pages. Make sure you have enough pages for each day leading up to Christmas.
Then, print enough copies of the coloring pages. Make sure they are the right size for your calendar. Number each page from 1 to 25, representing the days before Christmas.
Let your child spend time each day coloring a section of the page that corresponds to the number of the day. Encourage creativity and personalization in each design.
After coloring a page, carefully cut out the section for that day. You can cut along the edges of the page or create a specific shape around your colored design.
Cut a piece of string or ribbon long enough to accommodate all the pages. Hang it in a prominent location, such as a wall or fireplace.
Use clips to attach each colored section to the hanging string in numerical order and ensure that the countdown goes seamlessly from one day to the next.
If you’re creating a calendar with family or friends, take turns coloring each day. It becomes a shared activity that strengthens the emotional bond between each other.
Design A Christmas Tree
This creative activity is sure to keep the kids engaged. Find and choose coloring pages with images of trees, presents, and other Christmas elements.
You should make sure they are the right size and shape to form a complete pine tree. Once you’re done coloring, cut out the images along the outline and then arrange them on a table or floor to create the shape of a Christmas tree.
Arrange from bottom to top to create a tree structure. Use glue or double-sided tape to stick the images on the wall according to the Christmas tree structure you created.
Now, step away to enjoy your work! This unique Christmas tree on the wall will create a cozy and unique holiday space.
Make Gift Wraps
You can get creative and use our December coloring sheets to create unique and impressive Christmas gift-wrapping paper. The first thing is to choose and print pages that are the right size for the gift size.
Let your child color and cut the coloring pages into rectangles or squares. Place gift wrapping paper on top of the gift and secure it with tape or glue.
You can use Christmas-themed coloring pages to create gift wraps suitable for this memorable holiday.
Decorate Book Covers
Whether decorating your books or creating personalized gifts for others, this DIY project lets you express your creativity and increase your reading inspiration.
Find December coloring sheets with images that fit winter, Christmas, or New Year’s themes. You can use bright colors and create glitter highlights for the images on the page.
After coloring, cut the coloring pages to a size that matches the book cover. Use glue to attach the coloring pages to the cover.
To protect the decoration, you can use transparent plastic wrap to cover the book.
Have Coloring Contest
The December coloring contest is a fun and educational activity suitable for children of all ages. You can choose coloring pages with the theme of Christmas or other unique festivals.
Divide children into small groups; each group has 3-5 children. This will help children easily interact and learn from each other.
You should provide children with colored pencils, crayons, etc, so they can use them as they like. You can rely on criteria such as creativity, aesthetics, or time to choose the winning works.
No matter what they are used for, these December coloring pages help you express yourself and share joy. We hope you had a great time making some memories along the way.
We also want you to share some of your completed December coloring pages on our Facebook and Pinterest pages! This will help spread your passion for art and creativity to everyone worldwide.