Fasten your boots and get ready to sprint into action with these 20 Flash coloring pages that are entirely free to download and print! From the bustling streets of Central City to the timeless Speed Force, The Flash is a beacon of speed, hope, and pure comic book awesomeness.
For this collection, you will find pages of The Flash in all his high-speed glory – think daring fights, team-ups with fellow DC superheroes, and iconic race-against-time scenarios. Oh, and we’re spanning eras too, from his classic gear to the sleek modern suit and even some alternate-timeline versions!
To access any of these coloring sheets, click on a link or image to open the PDF on a new page. Once opened, you can download or print that page as many times as you want!
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 Flash Coloring Pages
Flash is a unique and interesting superhero that children love coloring.
Use these 10 interesting and affordable craft ideas to put those finished pages to good use.
1. Make a Fancy Pencil Holder
This craft is ideal for a classroom; all that’s needed are glass bottles and red and yellow pencils or crayons.
An old-fashioned milk-style bottle is perfect for this craft, but any see-through jar works.
Once Flash is colored, he should be carefully cut out and glued to the front of the glass with invisible glue.
Red and yellow ribbons can be tied around the top, and the jar filled with red and yellow crayons or pencils to brighten up a desk.
2. Fun With Modern Art
For a unique piece of artwork that your child will love, start with a coloring page featuring Flash’s signature lightning bolt.
Next, give the youngsters black construction paper or poster board, and let them design their own “modern art” background with gold and red finger paint.
Once the emblem is colored and cut from the page, the contrast of the black, red, and gold will create a colorful and unusual piece of artwork!
3. Flash Spoon Puppet
Almost all youngsters love spoon puppets since they are fun, easy to make, and last a long time.
Give each youngster a large wooden spoon from a discount shop.
When Flash is colored, his face should be cut out and glued to one side of the spoon, with another cutout featuring his emblem glued on the other side.
The handle can be wrapped in felt or cotton batting, and additional pages are used for laminating it for a delightful spoon puppet to play with anywhere.
4. Design a Colorful Flash Shield
This craft begins with a page featuring the famous Flash logo. Once this is colored, the page should be glued to thin cardboard.
When the glue is dry, the laminated page should be trimmed in the shape of a shield.
The cardboard side should then be glued to an old trash can lid, pizza tray, or a large corkboard.
A handle is easily made from rope or twine and a staple gun, and your child has an original Flash shield!
5. Gone in a Flash
For this interesting craft, have the youngsters draw a design similar to that famous swirl Flash leaves in his wake when he takes off.
Blue construction paper works best for this, and when finished, the paper should be curled into a cylindrical shape to stand on its own.
When Flash is colored, cut out, and glued to one end of the cylinder, it appears as if he’s just taken off, leaving the swirl of dust behind.
This cute creation can then adorn the child’s desk or bureau.
6. Flashy To-Go Cup
If your child uses a to-go mug or sippy cup, it can be made “Flashy” quickly.
When the youngster has colored several Flash pages, the characters, and emblems should be cut out and used to decorate the mug. Craft glue works best for this.
The decals can be embellished with glitter, craft paint, or even the youngster’s initials.
A few coats of acrylic spray and your child’s new mug will last surprisingly long.
7. Flash in the City
All youngsters love building a 3D paper city. This is easily accomplished with construction paper.
All the children need to do is draw simple city skylines, cut them from the paper, and make slits to fit them together.
The “cities” can be simple or complex, depending on the youngster’s imagination.
When Flash is colored and cut from the page, he can be placed in the middle of the city and secured with glue for an adorable centerpiece showcasing your child’s hard work.
8. Finger Paint Fun
This unique and unusual craft is terrific as a group activity.
With red or yellow finger paint, have the youngsters make a handprint on white craft paper and turn it upside down.
When Flash is colored and cut out, he should be glued to the “palm” in the middle of the handprint. The shape will be surprisingly perfect!
Four Flash lightning bolt emblems should be colored and cut from additional pages to attach to the ends of the “fingers” for an exciting piece of artwork.
9. Flash Fun in Class
For an engaging classroom activity, have each youngster color Flash and cut the character from the page.
Have the children work in groups on the yellow poster board to trace and cut out large lightning bolts.
Holes can be punched at the top to hang in windows or from the ceiling.
When they are finished, the Flash cutouts can be attached to lightning bolts for enjoyable classroom decorations that showcase the children’s creativity.
10. Keepsake Art
Your child can create a beautiful piece of keepsake art featuring Flash with a few simple crafts supplies.
Beginning with yellow construction paper, have your youngster trace and cut out 5-6 thunderbolts, gluing them together to fan out like a spiral.
These should be attached to a piece of black poster board for a fancy background. When Flash is colored and cut out, he can be placed in the center of the design.
The entire ensemble can then be framed for a striking keepsake art piece.