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All of our coloring pages are formatted as PNG files, and will fit on standard US Letter size or A4 paper sizes.

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9 Craft Ideas to do with Cocomelon Coloring Pages

Cocomelon coloring pages are a great way to keep kids entertained and engaged in a creative activity. But why stop there? With a little imagination, you can turn those coloring pages into fun and educational crafts for both kids and adults. Here are 9 ideas to get you started:

1. 3D Picture Frames

Cut out your child’s favorite Cocomelon character from a coloring page and glue it to a piece of cardstock or construction paper. Then, cut out a frame shape around the character, leaving a border. Have your child decorate the frame with stickers, glitter, or other embellishments. Once dry, glue a popsicle stick to the back of the frame for a fun 3D effect.

2. Cocomelon Suncatchers

Trace your child’s favorite Cocomelon character onto a piece of contact paper, then have them color it in with translucent markers or gel pens. Once dry, cut out the character and sandwich it between two pieces of contact paper to create a suncatcher. Hang it in a window to catch the light and add a pop of color to your home.

3. Cocomelon Garland

Cut out several of your child’s favorite Cocomelon characters from coloring pages and glue them to strips of construction paper. Once dry, punch a hole at the top of each character and thread them onto a piece of yarn or ribbon. Hang the garland across a wall or mantle for a fun and festive decoration.

4. Cocomelon Collage

Cut out different body parts from various Cocomelon coloring pages and have your child arrange them into a collage. This is a great way to help kids learn about body parts and practice their fine motor skills. Once they’re happy with the arrangement, glue everything down onto a piece of construction paper or cardstock.

5. Cocomelon Wind Chimes

Cut out several Cocomelon characters from coloring pages and glue them to small pieces of wood or plastic. Once dry, attach a string or ribbon to each character and hang them from a metal ring or embroidery hoop. Hang the wind chimes outside to create a fun and whimsical addition to your garden.

6. Cocomelon Mobile

Cut out several Cocomelon characters from coloring pages and glue them to small pieces of cardstock or foam. Once dry, punch a hole in the top of each character and thread them onto a dowel or metal rod. Attach strings to the ends of the dowel or rod and hang the mobile above your child’s crib or changing table.

7. Cocomelon Place Mats

Cut out several Cocomelon characters from coloring pages and glue them to a piece of clear contact paper. Once dry, cover the contact paper with another piece to create a laminated place mat. These are great for kids to use at mealtime, and can be easily wiped clean.

8. Cocomelon Coasters

Cut out several Cocomelon characters from coloring pages and glue them to small tiles or pieces of cork. Once dry, seal the coasters with a clear sealant to protect them from spills and stains. These make great gifts for family and friends, and are a fun way to add some personality to your coffee table.

9. Cocomelon Wall Art

Cut out several Cocomelon characters from coloring pages and glue them to a canvas or piece of poster board. Once dry, frame the artwork and hang it in your child’s room or play area. This is a great way to add some personalized decor to your home, and can be a fun activity for kids and adults alike.