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Llama Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

On this page, you will find 22 llama coloring pages that are all free to download and print! While traveling in my 20s with my boyfriend (now husband), we were fortunate enough to visit Peru, where we fell in love with the people, food, and llamas. Since that trip, I have always had a soft spot for llamas, which gave me the idea for this post!

Below are various illustrations of llamas with various themes and styles, including simple-to-color ones for kids, llamas wearing South American saddles, kawaii-themed llamas, realistic-looking llamas, llama mandalas, plus many more that you can see below!

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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 Llama Coloring Pages

Llamas are unusual and interesting animals, and it’s no wonder kids enjoy coloring them.

Here are 10 fun, creative, and affordable craft ideas you can try with your completed coloring pages!

10. Make a Mexican Llama

Your children will enjoy making a cute Mexican llama to stand on their desks or bureau.

Once the llama is colored, it should be glued to stiff cardboard and puffy paint in bright colors added to create a garland around its neck.

A tiny craft sombrero can be glued to its head, and clothespins clipped to the bottom portion of the body are perfect as legs.

The shape of the clothespins will ensure that the llama stands upright wherever it’s placed.

9. Design an Adorable Llama Snowflake

If you’re looking for an amusing classroom activity, have the students make a cute llama snowflake.

Cut a giant circle from a large piece of poster board, and when each child has colored and cut out their llama, have them glue the llama’s legs to the outer circumference of the circle.

When all the llamas are glued in this fashion, their heads will create the illusion of a snowflake, and the children can embellish this fun piece of art any way they please!

8. A Fun Way to Store Coins

For this inventive craft, give each child a box about the size of a small animal cracker box.

Once two llamas are colored and cut out, they should be glued to either side of the box.

A slit should be cut in the top of the box for coins, and the children can “feed” their llamas as a fun way to save money.

7. Paper Plate Llama

Once the llama is colored, it should be cut from the page into two sections; the head and the body. These should be attached to one half of a paper plate, fringed edge down.

The body should be glued to the main portion of the paper plate half, and the head should be glued to the back at a slight angle.

Four popsicle sticks should then be glued to the bottom back portion of the plate in an “x” fashion for legs. The result is an adorable paper plate craft that looks just like a llama.

6. Llama Organizer

For a cute place to store small objects, have your child take a plain empty tissue box and laminate it with brown construction paper.

Next, the llama should be colored, the body and head cut out separately, and the body glued to the side of the tissue box.  

The llama’s head should then be glued at the front of the box but facing sideways, and small dixie cups can be used for feet.

Your child now has a cute llama box in which to store little treasures.

5. Decorate a Notebook or Ringbinder with a Llama 

When a llama is sitting down, it often looks like the letter “L.”

If your child wants to decorate a plain ring binder or notebook, a llama coloring page with the llama in this position is perfect.

Once the llama is colored, the page can be attached to the cover of the ring binder or notebook.

The child can add extra letters to make it say “Love,” “Laughter,” or any favorite “L” word.

4. Make a Llama Puppet

Since llamas have big faces and long necks, they are perfect for paper bag puppets.

A small paper bag and a llama coloring page with a front-facing llama are needed for this craft. The finished coloring page should be cut apart, head and body separate.

The llama’s body should be glued to the main portion of the paper bag and the head to the bottom. 

Once the child puts his or her hand inside and moves the bag, it looks like the llama is speaking.

3. Ring Around the Llama

The children should color and cut out their llama and fold it around an empty paper towel cardboard, with its long neck and head going past the top of the cardboard.

The head and neck should be reinforced with a large, thick craft stick.

Craft rings can be used to create a fun game where one child holds the llama, and the others take turns trying to land one of the rings around the llama’s “neck.”

2. Llama Paper Boat

All children love to make paper boats, but a llama coloring page can give this craft a different flavor.

Once the page is finished, the llama’s head should be traced and cut out on the top and sides, leaving the neck portion attached.

The child can then fold it into a paper boat, and the llama’s head will pop up in the middle as if the llama is sailing.

1. Make a Cute and Practical Llama Bookmark

For this craft, the colored llama should be cut from the page in two parts; a square for the head and a longer, more rectangular-shaped portion for the body.

Next, take a plain piece of cardboard measuring about 4” x 6” and fold the top two inches down like a shingle.

The llama’s body should be cut out and glued to the larger part and the head to the “shingle.”

When placed between the pages, the llama’s head will pop down over the top for a funny bookmark.

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