On this page, you will find 20 Ferrari coloring pages that are all free to download and print! Like many boys their age, my two young sons are obsessed with everything that goes fast, including racecars! One racecar brand they can’t get enough of is Ferrari, which is where the idea of this post came from!
For this series, I illustrated many Ferrari sportscars in differing styles and themes that I think will appeal to boys and girls of all ages and skill levels. I also included iconic Ferrari models, including the Ferrari F1 cars, Ferrari F8, Ferrari Italia, Ferrari SF90, LaFerrari, and the Ferrari F40, to name a few!
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 Ferrari Coloring Pages
Here are 10 affordable, fun, and creative craft ideas you can do with your completed coloring page!
While you might not want to do all 12 months all at once, you can nonetheless knock out each month before it happens.
My Ferrari coloring pages are picture-perfect for making hanging wall calendars that can be displayed in a bedroom, hallway, or even on the fridge.
For starters, you’re going to take a blank sheet of paper and, either using the computer or free-handing it, draw on the actual days of the month.
Then you’re going to have your kid color in the Ferrari picture of their choice (you can actually change the orientation to landscape before printing for a less long calendar).
You’ll then punch three to five holes at the bottom of the picture and the top of the page with the dates, so they line up.
Then you’re going to take a ribbon, yarn, twine, or a thick string and attach the two pieces together.
Punch two holes at the top of the picture page and loop a piece of twine through for hanging up!
9. Play Props
Use my coloring pages instead when you’re fresh out of Matchbox cars (or you can’t find anything so cool as Ferraris).
Have your kids color in just the cars and then cut them out.
Next, they’re going to trace around the cars onto cardstock and cut out that outline, too.
Then they’re going to paste the two pieces together – the cardstock reinforces the flimsier computer paper.
They can either play with the cars as-is or add a crafting stick to the backs to hold onto.
This craft works so well when paired with those city street carpet playmats.
Colored in and turned vertically, Ferraris make for excellent bookmarks – just don’t expect them to help you speed-read!
Color in the car of choice and cut it out along the outline. Then you’re going to trace the shape onto a piece of cardstock and cut that out, too.
Paste the two pieces together and then to finish it off, punch a hole in the back of the car and add yarn fringe. It’ll look like the exhaust pipe is emitting smoke!
7. Party Decorations
Whether you’re celebrating a birthday or a new car, my Ferrari pages make for smashing decorations.
You could color them in, cut them out, and use them as food markers; use the entire pages as place settings or placemats; or even string up a few cut-outs and make a Ferrari mobile.
6. Room Décor
You can use my Ferrari pages as posters or as part of collages for your kiddo’s room.
Have them color in entire pages – three or four should do the trick. You’ll need inexpensive frames from the dollar store, and then you can hang them on the wall in an artful arrangement.
Or you can use mixed media and create a car collage, using colored-in Ferraris from my coloring pages and cut-outs from magazines or print-outs from the Internet.
5. Box Car
For kids who are little enough to fit into cardboard boxes still, you can make them a “Ferrari” that they can pretend to drive (without leaving your living room).
Use the Ferrari Steering Wheel by coloring it in, cutting it out, and affixing it to the inside of the box.
You could surely rig up something clever like a pool noodle covered with the steering wheel and propped up with a toilet paper roll.
Finish off the car with the Ferrari Logo page!
4. Cupcake Toppers
For that Ferrari-themed birthday party, you’re going to shrink down the cars to about three inches and print them all off onto cardstock.
Then you and your kids can color them in and cut them out. If you have access to a laminator, great! If not, no worries.
You’ll take a bit of glue and paste some extra-long toothpicks to the backs of the cut-outs.
Once they’re dry, you can pop them into the cupcakes!
3. Book Report Illustrations
If your kid chose to write a book report on Ferraris, then they have the illustrations to use throughout.
What’s more, they could add text to one of the illustrations (e.g., “Ferraris, by Ben”) and print it off for an extra polished cover.
2. DIY Magazine + Cover
If your kids have ever wanted to be Editor-in-Chief of their own hot rod magazine, there is no time like the present.
They can write a fun fact about Ferraris on each page that they color and bind all together using a report cover, a three-hole punch, or a Slide ‘n Bind.
Whether you’re capturing memories of the past or the near-present, my Ferrari pages can be used as decoration for your scrapbooking.
Color in the cars and cut them out, then use them as adornment for your page about the summer of 1996 or your brand-new Ferrari from last year.