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Doc McStuffins Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

Time to put on your stethoscope and join Doc McStuffins for some coloring fun with these 22 Doc McStuffins coloring pages, free for you to download and print! Whether you’re a young aspiring doctor or just love the show’s heartwarming tales, these sheets provide a colorful way to explore Doc’s magical world of toy healthcare!

In this collection, you’ll find Doc McStuffins herself, along with her loyal friends Lambie, Stuffy, Chilly, and Hallie. Scenes from her backyard clinic, the magical Toy Hospital, and even some emergency toy rescues are all here. So grab your crayons, it’s time for a coloring check-up!

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 Doc Mcstuffins Coloring Pages

Doc Mcstuffins comes to the rescue to save stuffed animals in peril, so it’s not surprising youngsters enjoy coloring this character.

Try these fun, affordable crafts if those pages have begun piling up.

1. The Doctor Is In

To make this fun craft, give the youngsters a supply of popsicle sticks to glue together side-by-side on a square of poster board. The idea is to make it look like a door.

Then, the children can use cutouts from the Doc Mcstuffins coloring pages to decorate each side. 

A marker or puffy paint should be used to write “The Doc Is In” on one side and “The Doc Is Out” on the other.

This cute artwork can be hung on a doorknob. 

2. Make a Cute Get Well Card

It’s easy to make a cheerful get-well card from a Doc Mcstuffins coloring page. Start by folding a piece of construction paper in half and choosing a bright, bold shade.

The inside should be decorated with a cutout from the finished coloring page on one side and a handwritten note on the other.

Then, on the front of the card, the youngsters should add an additional cutout of Doc Mcstuffins. 

Add a real Band-Aid across the bottom, with the words “get well” written on it in marker.

This cute card will cheer up anyone who’s feeling under the weather!

3. The Doctor’s Black Bag

For this fun craft, have the youngsters fold a black piece of poster board into the shape of the doctor’s black bag.

It does not have to be fancy. In fact, an envelope template works perfectly; just make sure to add a black pipe cleaner handle.

Then, decorate the bag with cutouts from the Doc Mcstuffins coloring pages, using invisible glue to attach them.

This cute black bag can be hung on a doorknob or refrigerator to display your child’s hard work.

4. Birthday Girl

If you have a daughter whose birthday is coming up, she’ll love making this adorable craft.

Using a white piece of poster board, turned vertically, have the youngster write “Birthday Girl” across the top of the page. 

Then, off to the left or right, the youngster should draw a number depicting which birthday it is.

When Doc Mcstuffins is colored and cut out, glue her to the center of the page. Underneath, the youngster’s name should be written, preceded by the word “Doc,” as if she is Doc Mcstuffins!

5. Doc Mcstuffins Dream Catcher

To make the surprisingly easy craft, begin with an old embroidery ring and wind some twine around it in a random pattern.

The youngsters should focus on having fun when doing this part, as opposed to trying to make a perfect pattern.

Then, using a cutout from a favorite Doc Mcstuffins coloring page, the children should add the character to the center.

Seal the surface in contact paper, and decorate the bottom with pink and blue streamers. Hang it up for a beautiful splash of color in any room.

6. Doc Mcstuffins 3D Art

To make this fun 3D collage, begin with ordinary craft paper and have the youngster color an attractive border around all four sides.

Then, using invisible glue, attach a layer of cotton batting or cotton balls. This gives the frame its 3D dimensions.

Next, using at least three or four cutouts from the finished coloring pages, the youngster should create a “collage” of Doc Mcstuffins characters to display anywhere.

7. Playing Doctor

If your child enjoys playing doctor, this craft is perfect. First, give the child a clipboard that can be found at any discount store. 

Have the youngster laminate the back of the clipboard with a finished Doc Mcstuffins coloring page.

Then, with another cut out from an additional page, the top clip can be decorated and the artwork sealed in contact paper for an official Doc Mcstuffins clipboard to make rounds with.

8. Waiting Room

This fun craft is perfect as a classroom activity. The children should be separated into groups of five or six to begin. 

Have each youngster color a Doc Mcstuffins character who needs the doctor.

These can be any one of the stuffed animal characters from the coloring pages.

Then, a simple waiting room scene can be drawn freehand, and the “patients” glued on.

Whoever colored Doc Mcstuffins can place the cutout on one side, as if she’s standing there to call the next patient!

9. Get Well Bouquet

If someone is feeling ill, cheer them up with this adorable bouquet instead of the usual flowers.

Easy to make, it begins with the youngster coloring three or four Doc Mcstuffins characters and then one of Doc herself.

These should be attached to green pipe cleaners. To make them extra fancy, leaves can be cut from construction paper and stapled to the “stems.”

When placed in an ordinary vase, they become a cute get-well bouquet for any Doc Mcstuffins fan! 

10. Doctor’s I.D.

For this fun craft, have the youngster color a favorite Doc Mcstuffins page and carefully cut the doctor out.

She should then be glued to a plain index card, and the youngster can draw lines to make it look like an official ID card. 

Naturally, the first line should be the youngster’s name, and other fun text can be added to the rest of the lines.

Seal it in contact paper, attach a string, and the child can have fun wearing this official “ID.” 

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