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17 Craft Ideas to do with Bratz Coloring Pages

Bratz coloring pages are a great way to encourage creativity and self-expression in both kids and adults. With so many different characters and themes to choose from, there’s no shortage of inspiration for arts and crafts projects. Here are 17 fun and easy craft ideas to do with Bratz coloring pages.

1. Bratz Picture Frame

Turn your child’s favorite Bratz coloring page into a picture frame for their room. All you need is a plain wooden frame, some glue, and a little bit of creativity. Have your child decorate the frame to match the colors and themes of their coloring page. Once the glue is dry, place a photo of your child in the frame and display it with pride.

2. Bratz Coloring Page Mobile

Create a mobile for your child’s room using Bratz coloring pages. Cut out different characters and themes from the pages and glue them to lightweight cardboard or foam. Attach a string to each character and hang them from a mobile frame. This is a great way to add some color and personality to your child’s room.

3. Bratz Sun Catcher

Make a beautiful sun catcher using Bratz coloring pages. Cut out a character or theme from a coloring page and glue it to a piece of clear contact paper. Place another piece of contact paper on top, sandwiching the coloring page in between. Cut out the shape of the character or theme, leaving a small border of contact paper around the edges. Punch a hole in the top and hang it in a sunny window.

4. Bratz Coloring Page Collage

Create a collage using Bratz coloring pages. Cut out different characters and themes from the pages and arrange them on a piece of poster board or canvas. Use glue or Mod Podge to attach the pieces to the board. This is a great way to create a unique piece of art for your child’s room or play area.

5. Bratz Origami

Try your hand at origami using Bratz coloring pages. Cut out a character or theme from a coloring page and fold it into a unique shape. This is a great way to practice fine motor skills and creativity.

6. Bratz Garland

Create a garland using Bratz coloring pages. Cut out different characters and themes from the pages and glue them to strips of construction paper. Attach a string to each character and hang them from a garland frame. This is a great way to add some color and personality to your child’s room or play area.

7. Bratz Notebook Covers

Create custom notebook covers using Bratz coloring pages. Cut out a character or theme from a coloring page and glue it to a piece of cardstock. Attach the cardstock to a notebook using glue or adhesive strips. This is a great way to encourage your child to write and draw.

8. Bratz Wall Art

Create unique wall art using Bratz coloring pages. Cut out a character or theme from a coloring page and glue it to a piece of canvas or foam board. Use paint or markers to add details and accents. This is a great way to add some color and personality to your child’s room or play area.

9. Bratz Coloring Page Magnets

Create fun magnets using Bratz coloring pages. Cut out different characters and themes from the pages and glue them to small magnets. These make great fridge magnets or decorations for a locker or bulletin board.

10. Bratz Button Making

Create custom buttons using Bratz coloring pages. Cut out a character or theme from a coloring page and glue it to a button template. Use a button maker to create a one-of-a-kind button.

11. Bratz Paper Dolls

Create paper dolls using Bratz coloring pages. Cut out different characters and themes from the pages and glue them to cardstock. Cut out clothing and accessories from the pages and glue them to the dolls. This is a great way to encourage imaginative play.

12. Bratz Window Clings

Create window clings using Bratz coloring pages. Cut out different characters and themes from the pages and glue them to contact paper. Cut out the shape of the character or theme, leaving a small border of contact paper around the edges. Place the clings on windows or mirrors for a fun decoration.

13. Bratz Coloring Page Bookmarks

Create bookmarks using Bratz coloring pages. Cut out different characters and themes from the pages and glue them to strips of cardstock. Attach a tassel or other decoration to the bottom of the bookmark. These make great gifts for book lovers.

14. Bratz Coloring Page Puzzles

Create puzzles using Bratz coloring pages. Cut out different characters and themes from the pages and glue them to pieces of cardboard. Cut the cardboard into puzzle pieces and mix them up. This is a great way to encourage problem-solving skills.

15. Bratz Coloring Page Coasters

Create coasters using Bratz coloring pages. Cut out different characters and themes from the pages and glue them to pieces of cork or felt. These make great gifts for parents or grandparents.

16. Bratz Coloring Page Placemats

Create placemats using Bratz coloring pages. Cut out different characters and themes from the pages and glue them to pieces of laminated paper or plastic. These make great gifts for kids who love to color and draw.

17. Bratz Coloring Page Calendar

Create a calendar using Bratz coloring pages. Cut out different characters and themes from the pages and glue them to a piece of cardstock. Divide the cardstock into 12 sections and add the dates for each month. This is a great way to encourage your child to learn about the months and days of the year.