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Mandalorian Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

Embark on an intergalactic adventure with these 17 Mandalorian coloring pages, free for you to download and print! Perfect for fans of the Star Wars universe and the hit series “The Mandalorian,” these pages are your ticket to hours of coloring fun, whether at home or in the classroom!

With these pages, you can dive into action with the Mandalorian himself, and don’t forget the crowd-favorite Grogu (Baby Yoda), with his cute expressions and powerful Force abilities. From intense battle scenes against the Empire’s remnants to quiet moments aboard the Razor Crest, each page is a chance to live the adventures in a galaxy far, far away!

To start coloring, click on any of the below images or links to open the free PDF. Once opened, you can then download or print as many pages as you like.All of the below pages are on US letter-sized paper, but they also scale perfectly onto A4 paper too! Happy coloring!

9 Craft Ideas To Do With Mandalorian Coloring Pages

Mandalorian coloring pages may be piling up if your child is a die-hard fan.

Try these top nine crafts to use when you have finished coloring pages!

1. Traveling the Galaxy

Begin this craft by having the youngster cut a crescent moon from a yellow poster board.

A row of holes should be punched at the bottom and yarn or twine threaded through. These should be about 12 inches in length.

When the Mandalorian character is colored and cut out, he should be glued to the moon section, and cutouts from other pages stapled to the strings for a fun and fancy piece of artwork!

2. Mandalorian and Baby Yoda

Mandalorian is often seen holding Baby Yoda, and that’s the theme for this craft. 

The character should be cut from the finished page and glued to a separate background, such as a scene drawn by the child.

Then, a small rectangle should be glued in an arc fashion, horizontally, to the cutout’s center to create a 3D effect. 

Next, glue a Baby Yoda cutout to the arc, making it look like Mandalorian is carrying him along. Display this adorable artwork anywhere!

3. Crafty Classroom Poster

To make this fun classroom poster, have the youngsters work together to draw their own galaxy. This should be done on a large piece of kraft paper.

Since Mandalorian is a bounty hunter, the children can create any galaxy they like or even create characters for Mandalorian to hunt.

Glitter can be used for stars, pom-poms for planets or the moon, and the youngsters can add animals or vegetation as they choose.

When their Mandalorian characters are colored and cut out, they can be strategically placed around the “galaxy” for a one-of-a-kind poster.

4. Decorate a Bedroom Door

With several coloring pages and some non-damaging wall putty, your youngster can decorate his or her bedroom door with a one-of-a-kind scene.

Begin with having the child design a simple galaxy by cutting out planets and stars from ordinary paper. 

These can be added in a pattern around the door and attached to the aforementioned wall putty.

Then, when several Mandalorian coloring pages are complete, the characters can be cut out and spaced around the different planets and stars for a scene right out of the movie! 

5. Laminate a Helmet

If your youngster has a toy Mandalorian helmet and it’s beginning to show its age, give it a facelift with finished coloring pages.

These can be trimmed into abstract shapes and used to decorate the helmet, or the characters can be cut out in their entirety.

Either way, the youngster should decide on a pattern and then glue the various pieces to the helmet’s surface with invisible glue.

A few coats of acrylic spray, and the child has a brand-new Mandalorian helmet.

6. Mandalorian’s Prisoners

To make this innovative craft, give the youngster a generous amount of brown packing paper, which is easily twisted into a wreath shape.

Glue the wreath to a large piece of poster board using invisible glue. The Mandalorian cutout can then be glued to the wreath’s center directly on the poster board.

The child can have fun coloring and cutting out “villains” to attach around the circumference of the wreath.

The center can be further decorated with “lightsabers” made from colorful pipe cleaners. Display this intricate piece of artwork anywhere.

7. Mandalorian Slider Puzzle

To begin this craft-turned-game, simply measure the exact size of the finished coloring page and cut a thick piece of cardboard to the same dimensions.

Use colorful pom-poms to make a “frame” around the cardboard and then laminate the coloring page to a piece of cardstock.

Cut the page into 9-12 equal squares, place them inside the frame, and remove one.

The youngsters can slide the other pieces around until the remaining square must be added. This fun game can be played again and again.

8. Make Mandalorian’s Shield

Mandalorian is often pictured with a shield, and youngsters will enjoy creating a homemade one.

It can be made from cardstock, poster board, or just ordinary cardboard. Short pieces of rope stapled onto the back work great as handles for the “shield.”

Then, with cutouts from the finished Mandalorian coloring pages, the children can decorate their shields however desired!

9. An Adorable Mandalorian Centerpiece 

To make this fun centerpiece, start with an empty shampoo bottle and laminate it with cutouts from the finished coloring pages, or use the pages in their entirety.

Then, cut other characters from additional pages and staple them to the top of some colorful pipe cleaners.

Staple green pom-poms to other pipe cleaners to abstractly reference Baby Yoda, and place all the pipe cleaners inside the bottle.

This great Mandalorian centerpiece can be placed anywhere.

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