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13 Craft Ideas to do with Rainbow Friends Coloring Pages

Rainbow friends coloring pages are a great way to add some creativity and fun to your day. Whether you’re a kid or an adult, there are plenty of ways to turn these simple coloring pages into unique and exciting crafts. Here are 13 ideas to get you started:

1. 3D Picture Frame

Cut out your favorite rainbow friends coloring page and glue it to a piece of cardboard. Then, use colored popsicle sticks to create a 3D frame around the edge. This is a great way to add some dimension and texture to your coloring page, and it makes for a fun and festive decoration.

2. Coloring Page Mobile

Cut out several rainbow friends coloring pages and punch a hole in the top of each one. Then, thread a piece of ribbon or string through the holes and hang them from a ceiling hook or curtain rod. This is a great way to add some whimsy and color to a child’s bedroom or playroom.

3. Coloring Page Collage

Cut out several rainbow friends coloring pages and arrange them on a piece of poster board or foam core. Then, use a glue stick to attach them in place. This is a great way to create a colorful and eye-catching piece of art that can be displayed on a wall or bulletin board.

4. Coloring Page Garland

Cut out several rainbow friends coloring pages and punch a hole in the top of each one. Then, thread a piece of ribbon or string through the holes and hang them from a mantel or bookshelf. This is a great way to add some color and personality to a room.

5. Coloring Page Notecards

Cut out several rainbow friends coloring pages and trim them down to size. Then, use a glue stick to attach each one to a piece of cardstock. These make great notecards for thank you notes, birthday cards, or any other occasion.

6. Coloring Page Magnets

Cut out several rainbow friends coloring pages and glue them to small magnets. These make great fridge magnets or desk magnets, and they’re a fun way to add some color and personality to your space.

7. Coloring Page Coasters

Cut out several rainbow friends coloring pages and glue them to the top of cork coasters. These make great gifts for kids or adults, and they’re a fun way to add some color and personality to your coffee table or desk.

8. Coloring Page Bookmarks

Cut out several rainbow friends coloring pages and trim them down to size. Then, use a hole punch to create a hole at the top of each one. Thread a piece of ribbon or string through the hole and tie it in a knot. These make great bookmarks for kids or adults.

9. Coloring Page Placemats

Cut out several rainbow friends coloring pages and glue them to the top of a piece of heavyweight paper or cardstock. Then, laminate the paper to create a durable placemat. These make great gifts for kids or adults, and they’re a fun way to add some color and personality to your dining table.

10. Coloring Page Suncatchers

Cut out several rainbow friends coloring pages and glue them to the top of a piece of clear contact paper. Then, trim the contact paper down to size and use it to create a suncatcher for a window. These make great decorations for a child’s bedroom or playroom.

11. Coloring Page Wall Art

Cut out several rainbow friends coloring pages and arrange them on a piece of foam core or canvas. Then, use a glue stick to attach them in place. This is a great way to create a colorful and eye-catching piece of art that can be displayed on a wall.

12. Coloring Page Puzzle

Cut out several rainbow friends coloring pages and trim them down to size. Then, use a glue stick to attach them to a piece of foam core or cardstock. Once the glue is dry, use a ruler and pencil to divide the page into puzzle pieces. This is a great way to create a fun and challenging puzzle for kids or adults.

13. Coloring Page Calendar

Cut out several rainbow friends coloring pages and trim them down to size. Then, use a glue stick to attach each one to a piece of cardstock. Use a hole punch to create a hole at the top of each page, and thread them onto a piece of ribbon or string. This makes a fun and colorful calendar that can be hung on a wall or bulletin board.