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Princess coloring pages

January 10, 2024

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11 Things to Do with Princess Coloring Pages

Coloring is a fun and calming activity for children of all ages. If your little one is a fan of princesses, they will absolutely love our collection of princess coloring pages. But did you know that there’s more you can do with these pages than just color? Here are 11 creative ways to use these princess coloring pages.

1. Make a Princess Coloring Book

Create a personalized coloring book for your child. Simply print out several of our princess coloring pages, bind them together, and voila, you have a custom princess coloring book. Your child can take it with them wherever they go and enjoy coloring their favorite princesses anytime.

2. Princess Party Packs

Looking for ideas for a princess-themed party? Include our princess coloring pages in your party packs. Kids will love coloring these in during the party, or they can take them home as a party favor.

3. Wall Art

Once your child has colored in their princess, cut the image out and paste it onto a contrasting colored cardstock. Frame it, and you have beautiful, personalized wall art for your child’s room.

4. Homemade Princess Cards

Help your child create their very own princess cards. They can color in a princess, cut her out, and stick her onto a folded piece of cardstock. Add a sweet message inside, and voila, a perfect card for any occasion.

5. Bookmarks

Let’s turn these colored pages into functional pieces. Cut out the colored princesses, add some cardboard at the back for support, punch a hole at the top, thread a pretty ribbon through, and you’ve got princess bookmarks!

6. Memory Game

Print out two copies of each coloring page for a fun and easy-to-make memory game. Children can color in the princesses, cut them out and have an entertaining memory match game.

7. Story Telling

Use colored princess pages to encourage storytelling. Ask your child to make up a story using the princesses they’ve colored, boosting creativity and enhancing language skills.

8. Paper Doll Play

With these coloring pages, you have instant paper dolls! Simply cut out the colored princesses, make stands with cardboard, and let the imaginative play begin!

9. Decorate a Princess Crown

Cut out colored images of the princess, and let your child glue them on a paper crown. A fun activity for them and the bonus is a beautiful princess crown they can wear proudly!

10. Princess Jigsaw Puzzle

After coloring in a princess page, stick the page to cardboard and cut out irregular shapes to create a simple jigsaw puzzle. It’s a fun game that can be played over and over again!

11. Personalized Storybook

Create a book of princess stories, using the colored pages as illustrations. Ask your child to create a story for each princess, write it down, and assemble the pages into a storybook they can keep.

There you have it, exciting ideas to make the most out of your princess coloring pages. Not only will these activities entertain your child, but they also promote creativity and fine motor skills development. So, what are you waiting for? Print out some princess coloring pages, and let the fun begin!


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