Get ready to dive into the world of Gotham City with these 22 Joker coloring pages that are all free to download or print! The Joker, a legendary and mischievous villain from the DC Universe, has fascinated audiences worldwide, making him an ideal character for coloring activities and craft projects!
This collection showcases the Joker in various incarnations, ranging from his original comic book persona to the animated series and live-action portrayals by actors like Heath Ledger and Joaquin Phoenix, to name a few. Get ready to embrace your inner artist and explore the world of Gotham’s infamous villain, perfect for creative minds of all ages and skill levels!
To get started, click on any of the below images or links, which will open the PDF coloring sheet in a new tab. From there, you are free to download, print, or even color digitally on an iPad.
All of these coloring pages are on standard US letter size, but they also fit perfectly onto A4 paper sizes too! Enjoy!
10 Craft Ideas To Do With Joker Coloring Page
The Joker can be fun and frightening, and there’s no limit to the crafts that can be done with those finished coloring pages.
Try these affordable and easy craft ideas with your youngsters.
1. Design a Joker Mask
Virtually all youngsters enjoy wearing masks, and the Joker is perfect for this craft.
Using a coloring page featuring the Joker’s full face, the child should color it however he or she desires and then carefully cut it out.
The cutout should be laminated to thin cardboard, sealed in contact paper, and a hole punched on either side for elastic string.
It can be worn as is, or the youngster can embellish it with glitter or craft gems. Either way, the child will have fun with this colorful mask.
2. Make a Stick Puppet
You can make a Joker stick puppet in a few easy steps. Once the youngster has colored a Joker, it should be glued to cardboard and cut out.
Green tissue paper should be added to make tufts of the Joker’s hair, and red puffy paint is perfect for creating his famous grimace.
When the craft is finished, it should be sealed in glassine, and when a large craft stick is glued to the back, your child has a hilarious Joker stick puppet.
3. Create a Fancy Joker Headband
Begin this fun craft by making a headband out of a strip of orange poster board.
Then, six long triangles should be cut from the finished coloring pages and reinforced with one layer of construction paper.
A tiny pom-pom should be glued to the top of each one. The bases of the six triangles should then be glued around the inside of the orange band.
It’s okay if they flop over the band; they’re supposed to do that! This funny hat can be worn anywhere!
4. Can the Joker be Trusted?
You will see when your youngster makes this comical welcome sign.
When the character is colored and cut from the page, he should be glued to the middle of a rectangular poster board in any color the child prefers.
From a piece of white construction paper, a text bubble should be cut and placed above the Joker’s head.
With red or blue puffy paint, the child can write, “Welcome! YOU Can Trust ME!” This hilarious welcome sign can be placed anywhere!
5. A Colorful Decoration
Begin this craft by having the youngster make paper chain rings out of green construction paper, only don’t have the child string them together.
Next, let the youngster color the Joker’s face, cut it out, and then glue the circles of “hair” to the top.
This creates a unique 3D appearance that can be further embellished by adding a big mouth with puffy paint, creepy wiggle eyes, and a red pom-pom nose!
6. Make the Joker Dance
A full-length Joker is best for this coloring page craft.
Once colored, the cutout should be laminated to thin cardboard and carefully cut out. The arms and legs should be cut out separately from the main body.
They can then be put back together with paper fasteners and strings added to the arms and legs.
Once the strings are fastened to two crisscrossed popsicle sticks, your child has a great Joker puppet.
7. A Fun Joker Game
This cute game can be easily made from finished coloring pages, and pages featuring a giant Joker mouth are perfect.
Once the face is colored, it should be glued to thin cardboard, with the mouth hollowed out with scissors.
Glitter or a pipe cleaner can be added to the outline of the mouth to make it stand out.
Then, a string can be added, and the Joker’s face hung up, and youngsters can have fun trying to toss a coin, a nut, or a craft gem into his “mouth.”
8. Make a Mardi Gras Mask Ornament
The Joker features the perfect colors for Mardi Gras, and youngsters will have a ball making these cute Mardi Gras ornaments.
The Joker’s face should be colored and reinforced with cardboard, then cut from the page in the shape of a triangle, with a point at the bottom.
Green, yellow, and purple curling ribbons can be added around the base, as well as a long green or purple drinking straw for a handle.
Your child will have lots of fun with this unique ornament.
9. A Jingling Joker
If you don’t mind your child having a noisemaker in the house, this craft is perfect!
Begin by having the youngster color and cut out the Joker’s head.
It should be reinforced with cardboard, and a hat added, which can be cut from black felt in whatever shape the child prefers.
Using craft glue, tiny jingle bells should be glued to the hat, and the entire ensemble should be attached to a medium-sized craft stick.
The youngster now has a fun noisemaker stick puppet.
10. Make a Colorful Party Hat
This craft is fun as a classroom activity, especially if a Halloween party or other school celebration is coming up.
Have the youngsters color the Joker page of their choice and curl it into the classic party hat shape.
Once it is secured with tape or staples, it can be decorated in the Joker theme.
A purple or yellow pom-pom at the top, purple glitter, or red puffy paint to outline the Joker’s hideous grin is perfect. All children will love wearing these fun party hats.