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Disney Halloween Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

Get ready for a cauldron of creativity with these 24 Disney Halloween coloring pages, free for you to download and print! By fusing the enchanting world of Disney with the spooky charm of Halloween, these coloring pages offer kids and adults alike a unique craft activity for some bewitching fun.

For this series, you will find a huge range of spooky Disney illustrations, including Mickey and Minnie as vampires and wizards, Donald Duck as a mummy, and Goofy as a pirate. Also included are Halloween Disney princesses, zombie Lilo & Stitch, a jack-o’-lantern Olaf, plus many others!

To use any of these free printables, you can click on any of the below images 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 Disney Halloween Coloring Pages

The only thing more fun than Disney is Halloween.

If your child has colored lots of Disney Halloween pages, put them to good use with these engaging crafts.

1. Candy Corn Artwork

Begin this unique and interesting craft by having the youngster cut a large triangle from plain paper.

Using snippets of construction paper in orange, yellow, and white, let the child decorate the triangle like candy corn on one side.

Then, have the youngster trim a finished Disney Halloween coloring page in a circle and move it to the top of the triangle’s peak.

Glue both pieces to a piece of poster board for adorable artwork. It will look like the candy corn is a stand, holding a fancy plate.

2. A Ghostly Ornament

For this fun craft, have the youngster trace a ghostly shape from white paper and cut it out.

Cutouts from the finished coloring pages should then be glued to the ghost to make it a two-sided decoration.

Then, cut a fringe across the bottom to make it extra fancy and give the ornament movement.

When a hole is punched at the top and a string added, this colorful and ghostly decoration can be displayed anywhere the child desires. 

3. A Homemade Tombstone

Disney princesses celebrating Halloween is a perfect coloring page for this spooky craft. When the page is finished, it should be trimmed in the shape of an oval.

Then, have the youngster draw a tombstone on a piece of poster board. The oval cutout should be centered in the middle and glued fast.

Underneath, the letters “RIP” can be added in black puffy paint. The tombstone should then be cut out, and four skeletons drawn on the back.

When a hole is punched on the top, and this spooky craft is hung up, it can spin back and forth to depict the princesses and then their skeletons!

4. Jack-o’-Lantern Fun

For this fun craft, let the youngster carve a pumpkin on one side, leaving the other blank.

Then, the opposite side can be decorated with cutouts from the finished coloring pages. 

Markers or craft paint can be used to embellish the spaces in between.

The pumpkin can then be used as a jack-o’-lantern with a light inside or simply displayed as a centerpiece for some Disney Halloween fun.

5. A Spooky Disney Classroom Craft

Begin this fun craft by having the youngsters work together to draw a giant web. 

Then, when the Disney Halloween coloring pages are finished, they should be used to decorate the web.

The children can work out a specific pattern to attach their cutouts, or they can simply be placed on the web randomly.

Either way, don’t forget to add a plastic spider for the perfect finishing touch.

6. Disney Halloween Wreath

For this craft, have the child cut some of the finished coloring pages into strips, fashioning them into a wreath shape. 

It doesn’t have to be perfect, but rather, the youngsters should use their imagination.

Using other coloring pages, the “wreath” can be decorated with cutouts of the various Disney characters in their Halloween garb.

An orange bow can be added at the top, and this fun Halloween wreath can be displayed on a door or hung in the window.

7. A Fancy Pumpkin Basket

Virtually all youngsters have one of those orange, pumpkin-shaped containers with a handle for trick-or-treating.

If your child’s basket could use a facelift, nothing is better than Disney Halloween coloring pages.

The youngster can simply laminate the container with the pages or cut out the individual characters to make a pattern.

If the child is very inventive, an entire scene can be created with the various cutouts, and when sealed with glassine, it’s a great trick-or-treat basket.

8. Decorate the Classroom Disney-Style

Youngsters who want to decorate a classroom for Halloween will love this craft.

Give each child a piece of construction paper or poster board and have them cut out large triangles.

Then, their Disney Halloween characters can be cut out and glued to the centers of the triangles with their tips facing down.

The top of the triangles should be folded around a long piece of string, and the banner should be hung in the classroom to display the youngsters’ hard work.

9. Crossing The Moon

This easy craft is great for all ages. When the children have finished coloring their Disney Halloween characters, they should be cut out and glued to small craft sticks.

Then, each youngster should be given a piece of poster board on which to draw a spooky Halloween moon and maybe even a few bats.

Slits should be cut across the poster, and when the craft sticks are pushed down through, the children can make their Disney characters “fly” across the moon one by one!

10. Disney Door Decoration

To start this fun Halloween decoration, have the youngster trace and cut out a large pumpkin.

This should be laminated with cutouts from the finished coloring pages or a single coloring page in its entirety trimmed in a circle or oval.

Then, have the youngster fashion long “arms and legs” from green construction paper, folding them accordion-style so they bounce up and down.

Hang this cute Halloween pumpkin on a door or anywhere that needs some Halloween spirit. 

Kristen Tupuivao

Tuesday 3rd of October 2023

Just discovered these beautiful coloring pages! Great quality and great variety! Thank you!!

Monday Mandala Team

Tuesday 3rd of October 2023

Hey Kristen, glad you came across our pages and are enjoying them, it means a lot! If you ever have any ideas of pages you would live to see on our website, please use our request form :)


Saturday 30th of September 2023

Your coloring pages are the favorite in our house :-) Thank you so much!

Monday Mandala Team

Sunday 1st of October 2023

So glad to hear they are going down a treat in your household Sarah, means alot :)

Jose Bordas

Tuesday 5th of September 2023

I really love this coloring page holiday special section, especially the Disney Princes ones unfortunately I am somewhat disappointed that Belle and her friends do not appear in some coloring pages I hope in the future on some more Disney Halloween Coloring Pages or other Holidays thematic Disney Coloring Pages they appear despite that excellent work regards

Monday Mandala Team

Tuesday 5th of September 2023

Hi Jose, thanks for your kind words and appreciate your feedback! We have taken note of these for when we update this series :)

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