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27 Craft Ideas to do with Rainbow Coloring Pages

Rainbow coloring pages are a versatile and fun way to get creative, whether you’re a child or an adult. Here are 27 craft ideas to inspire you and make the most out of your rainbow coloring pages!

1. DIY Rainbow Wind Chimes

Cut out the colored sections of your completed rainbow coloring pages and use them to create a beautiful and unique wind chime. Attach the colored pieces to a wooden stick or a metal rod with string or wire, and hang the wind chime in a window or outside to catch the breeze.

2. Rainbow Suncatchers

Use your rainbow coloring pages to make colorful suncatchers for your windows. Simply cut out the colored sections, glue them onto contact paper, and trim the excess. Place another piece of contact paper on top to seal the edges, and hang the suncatchers in a sunny window to enjoy the vibrant colors.

3. Rainbow Garland

Cut out the colored sections of your rainbow coloring pages and string them together to create a festive rainbow garland. Use a hole punch to make a hole in each colored piece, and thread a string or ribbon through the holes to connect them. Hang the garland in a child’s room, a playroom, or a party space.

4. Rainbow Collage

Create a colorful collage by cutting out the different colors from your rainbow coloring pages and arranging them on a piece of paper or canvas. Use a glue stick to attach the pieces, and add other materials such as glitter, sequins, or stickers to enhance the design.

5. Rainbow Mobile

Create a mobile by cutting out the colored sections of your rainbow coloring pages and attaching them to a hoop or a stick with string or wire. Hang the mobile from the ceiling or a window to create a whimsical and colorful display.

6. Rainbow Picture Frame

Cut out the colored sections of your rainbow coloring pages and glue them onto a plain picture frame to create a unique and colorful accessory. Add a favorite photo or piece of art to complete the look.

7. Rainbow Coasters

Cut out the colored sections of your rainbow coloring pages and glue them onto small tiles or coasters to create a set of colorful and functional decorations. Seal the coasters with a clear sealant to protect the design and make them waterproof.

8. Rainbow Bookmarks

Cut out the colored sections of your rainbow coloring pages and glue them onto sturdy cardstock to create colorful and unique bookmarks. Add a tassel or a ribbon to the bottom for a finishing touch.

9. Rainbow Candle Holders

Cut out the colored sections of your rainbow coloring pages and glue them onto glass candle holders to create a colorful and festive display. Use a clear sealant to protect the design and make the candle holders safe for use.

10. Rainbow Ornaments

Cut out the colored sections of your rainbow coloring pages and glue them onto clear plastic or glass ornaments to create a festive and colorful decoration. Hang the ornaments on a tree or in a window to enjoy the vibrant colors.

11. Rainbow Lanterns

Cut out the colored sections of your rainbow coloring pages and glue them onto a paper lantern to create a colorful and whimsical light. Use a battery-operated tea light or a small string of lights to illuminate the lantern.

12. Rainbow Wreath

Create a colorful wreath by cutting out the colored sections of your rainbow coloring pages and attaching them to a foam or straw wreath form. Use a glue gun or hot glue to attach the pieces, and add ribbons or other decorations to enhance the design.

13. Rainbow Placemats

Cut out the colored sections of your rainbow coloring pages and glue them onto sturdy cardstock or poster board to create colorful and unique placemats. Seal the placemats with a clear sealant to protect the design and make them waterproof.

14. Rainbow Notecards

Cut out the colored sections of your rainbow coloring pages and glue them onto blank notecards to create a set of colorful and unique stationery. Add a handwritten message or a favorite quote to complete the design.

15. Rainbow Pencil Holder

Cut out the colored sections of your rainbow coloring pages and glue them onto a plain pencil holder to create a colorful and functional accessory. Add a monogram or a name to personalize the design.

16. Rainbow Magnets

Cut out the colored sections of your rainbow coloring pages and glue them onto small magnets to create a set of colorful and functional decorations. Use the magnets to hold up important notes or to decorate a refrigerator or filing cabinet.

17. Rainbow Trivet

Cut out the colored sections of your rainbow coloring pages and glue them onto a piece of cork or foam to create a colorful and functional trivet. Seal the trivet with a clear sealant to protect the design and make it heat-resistant.

18. Rainbow Wall Art

Create a colorful and unique piece of wall art by cutting out the colored sections of your rainbow coloring pages and arranging them on a canvas or a piece of paper. Use a glue stick to attach the pieces, and add other materials such as glitter, sequins, or stickers to enhance the design.

19. Rainbow Place Cards

Cut out the colored sections of your rainbow coloring pages and glue them onto place cards to create a colorful and unique table setting. Add a guest’s name or a handwritten message to complete the design.

20. Rainbow Gift Tags

Cut out the colored sections of your rainbow coloring pages and glue them onto gift tags to create a colorful and unique way to wrap presents. Add a recipient’s name or a handwritten message to complete the design.

21. Rainbow Paper Dolls

Cut out the different colors from your rainbow coloring pages and use them to create paper dolls or other paper crafts. Add details such as clothes, hair, and accessories to bring the dolls to life.

22. Rainbow Paper Flowers

Cut out the colored sections of your rainbow coloring pages and use them to create paper flowers. Fold the colored sections in half and cut them into petal shapes, then glue them onto a stem made of wire or pipe cleaner. Use the flowers to decorate a vase or a bouquet.

23. Rainbow Paper Butterflies

Cut out the colored sections of your rainbow coloring pages and use them to create paper butterflies. Fold the colored sections in half and cut them into wing shapes, then glue them onto a body made of wire or pipe cleaner. Use the butterflies to decorate a mobile or a garland.

24. Rainbow Paper Bunting

Cut out the colored sections of your rainbow coloring pages and use them to create a paper bunting. Fold the colored sections in half and cut them into triangles, then glue them onto a string or ribbon. Use the bunting to decorate a party space or a child’s room.

25. Rainbow Paper Crowns

Cut out the colored sections of your rainbow coloring pages and use them to create paper crowns. Fold the colored sections in half and cut them into crown shapes, then glue them onto a headband or a strip of paper. Use the crowns to decorate a party or a play space.

26. Rainbow Paper Hats

Cut out the colored sections of your rainbow coloring pages and use them to create paper hats. Fold the colored sections in half and cut them into hat shapes, then glue them onto a headband or a strip of paper. Use the hats to decorate a party or a play space.

27. Rainbow Paper Masks

Cut out the colored sections of your rainbow coloring pages and use them to create paper masks. Fold the colored sections in half and cut them into mask shapes, then glue them onto a stick or a piece of string. Use the masks to decorate a party or a play space.