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Corgi Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

Wag your way into creativity with these 22 corgi coloring pages, free for you to download and print! With their short legs, big ears, and playful expressions, corgis have captured the hearts of many, and now you can bring them to life on paper.

This collection captures a range of corgi-inspired moments – from pups lounging in the sun to spirited chases after a frisbee. Whether it’s a corgi in a festive hat or a heartwarming scene of a mother with her pups, these sheets are a joy to color for dog enthusiasts of all ages.

To use any of these free printables, click on any of the images below or links to open the high-resolution PDF on a new page. From there, you can freely download or print to your heart’s content!

All these PDF coloring pages are on standard US letter size, but they also fit perfectly onto A4 paper sizes! Enjoy!

10 Craft Ideas To Do With Corgi Coloring Pages

Here are 10 affordable, fun, and artistic craft ideas you can do with your completed coloring page!

10. Leash Hangers

For this craft, you will need to either buy or build a plain wooden hook or peg-wall plaque.

You’re going to print out three or four corgis that you want to use, color them in with markers or colored pencils, and then cut them out.

Next, you’ll Mod Podge them onto the plaque – you can set them between the hooks or have them embellish the tops/bottom of the flat part of the wood.

Apply at least a few coats and let sit overnight to dry.

Once it’s dry, you can hang it up in your entryway or mudroom, and the best part is that the Mod Podge seals the cut-outs onto the wood so you can get it wet.

9. Greeting Cards

My corgi pictures are so adorable, and they’re actually super festive and applicable to a whole host of holidays or special events.

So you can use them for birthdays, anniversaries, congratulations on your new puppy, etc., cards.

Copy and paste the entire image onto a word processor document that has been oriented to landscape and center it on the right-hand side.

Print, and you can fold it in half, and the picture will be on the front!

8. Heart-Shaped Corgi Hanging

Get a heart-shaped hanging frame and print out the cute corgi picture you want to use.

Take the frame and set it over the illustration, then trace the heart shape. Color in everything within the heart and cut it out.

Put the picture inside the frame, and you have a hangable decoration to gift or keep and hang on your own walls.

7. Acrylic Corgi Painting

While watercolors are nice and quick, they don’t have the punch of color and realism that acrylics do.

So, using my corgi pictures as your guide, bust out the acrylic paints and create a doggie masterpiece.

It doesn’t have to be perfect, but it will be adorable, and you can use one of my simpler corgi pictures for practice or to warm up for a more involved painting.

6. Corgi Mini-Fact Booklets

If your kids are complaining that they’re bored, instruct them to create some corgi mini-fact booklets.

They can look up interesting factoids about the breed (there are many, especially with the breed gaining in popularity lately!) and write them directly on the pages.

Then they can color in the pages, sign their names on them if they like, and bind them together.

Extra props if they make a cover page and cut out corgis to decorate it!

5. Cotton Ball Corgi Butts

In order to drive home the floofiness of corgis’ floofy butts, you can get your kids in on this activity.

You’ll print out a corgi picture that highlights the corgi butts and then instruct your kids to dip cotton balls into the glue and stick them onto the dogs’ hindquarters.

Once they’re done, they can color in the rest of the picture – and then you have some super cute 3D corgi butts to hang on your fridge or wall.

4. Paper Dolls

To complement human paper dolls or just to play as dogs for the afternoon, your kids can turn my corgi pictures into little play props that will capture their imaginations.

It’s super simple: just print out the corgis you want to use on cardstock (or print them out on regular computer paper and reinforce them with construction paper).

Color them in and cut them out.

If you want, you can even add crafting sticks or wooden dowels to the backs for easier handling.

3. Corgi Ears Headbands

You’ll need a plain plastic headband for this craft, as well as glue.

Pick a corgi picture where the ears are prominent —  like Chibi Corgi with Hearts and Paws in Background, because there is a clear line between the ears and the corgi’s head!

Print that out and then color in the ears and cut them out, leaving about half an inch to an inch of paper beneath the ears.

You’re going to fold the extra flaps of paper under and then use that to glue the ears to the headband.

Once the glue is dry, you can wear your corgi headband!

2. Pins

My super cute corgis would make amazing pin accessories for your backpack, t-shirts, and even shoes!

To make, you’ll print out the corgis you want to use onto shrink sheets. Color them in with a marker, cut them out, and bake them (per the shrink sheets’ instructions).

Once they’re out of the oven and cooled, you are going to take a hot glue gun and glue pins back to the cutouts.

Then you’ll wait for the glue to dry and pin your corgis wherever you like!


If an impossible cute corgi can’t get you or your kids to read, nothing will!

You can make bookmarks one of two ways: You can print the corgi out onto cardstock, or you can print it out onto regular computer paper and then reinforce it with construction paper.

Either way, you’ll color in the puppy, cut it out, and then place it in your book to hold your page.

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