Get ready to hit the road with my collection of 34 Mario Kart coloring pages that are all free to download and print! These sheets offer an exciting way for fans of all ages to engage with one of the most popular racing games in video game history and relive some of the most thrilling moments on the track.
From classic characters like Mario and Luigi to newer additions like Bowser and Rosalina, these printables provide an exciting opportunity to showcase your artistic skills and explore the vibrant world of Mario Kart. So, grab your colored pencils, and let’s get started!
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.
All of the below pages are on US letter-sized paper, but they also scale perfectly onto A4 paper too! Happy coloring!
10 Craft Ideas To Do With Mario Kart Coloring Pages
Here are 10 affordable, fun, and creative craft ideas you can do with your completed coloring page!
10. Play Props
For a fun-filled afternoon, turn my Mario Kart illustrations into play props that can be used in multiple ways.
You’re going to have the kids choose which figures they want, print them off, and have them color in just the figures and cut them out.
Then – and you can skip this step if you’re crunched for time or don’t have the necessary supplies – your kids will trace the cut-outs on pieces of cardstock.
They’ll then cut out the outlines and paste the two pieces together; this reinforces the flimsier computer paper and makes the cut-outs more durable.
Finally, you can also omit this step, but if you want to, glue popsicle sticks to the backs of the cut-outs.
Alternatively, you can leave the cut-outs as-is, allowing for easier “vrooming” on the floor or other hard surfaces.
9. Cell Phone Case Decorations
Why not jazz up your kids’ cell phone cases with a bit of Mario Kart flair?
You’ll likely want to resize some of the illustrations (you can do that by copying/pasting the pictures into a word processor) to fit the standard phone cases.
You will also want to use clear phone cases, so if the ones your kids have aren’t clear, you can buy some cheaply on Amazon!
Print off the illustrations with the figures your kids want to use and have them color them in and cut them out.
Then you’re just going to Mod Podge the face-down cut-outs into the interior of the phone cases (this way, when the cases are on, the images appear outward).
Let dry completely and then snap them on!
To make Mario Kart jewelry, you will need shrink sheets and jewelry-making accessories, like earring backs and O-rings.
You’re going to print off the illustrations you want to use onto the shrink sheets and have your kids color them in with marker.
They’ll cut them out and punch holes where they want the jewelry pieces to connect.
Bake off the cut-outs and let cool completely, then attach the jewelry hardware using pliers (or hot glue).
7. Party Decorations
Nothing is cuter than a Mario Kart-themed party, and you can use my illustrations as homemade DIY decorations for it.
String together cut-outs to make bunting for walkways or leave illustrations whole to create place settings at the table.
You can use them as food identifiers for your spread or way-markers to let people know how to get to the bathroom.
6. Cupcake Toppers
For your next bake sale or birthday party, resize my illustrations, so the figures are about four to five inches tall.
Print them off, have your kids color them in with nice colored pencils or markers, and then cut them out.
You’re going to glue them to extra-long toothpicks and wait for the glue to dry completely before sticking them into your cupcakes.
5. Book Covers
You can resize my Mario Kart illustrations onto a document in a word processor that is in landscape orientation, print it off and then fold it into a little book cover.
Follow these instructions for how to turn your illustration into a book cover; you don’t need glue or anything, just a few pieces of tape!
You may have to resize my Mario Kart illustrations to be a bit smaller for bookmarks, so do that and then print them off.
Have your kids color them and cut out the central racing figures.
You’re going to make rectangles out of construction paper or cardstock – about three inches wide by eight inches long.
Your kids will then paste the cut-outs to the rectangles; bonus points if they draw in a race track!
Punch a hole at the top of the bookmark and knot off five or six strands of yarn.
For this craft, you will again need shrink sheets.
You’re going to print off the Mario Kart illustrations onto the shrink sheets and have your kids color them in with markers and cut them out.
Then bake them off per the instructions and let cool completely.
Next, fire up your hot glue gun and hot glue magnets to the backs of the shrink-sheet cut-outs.
When the glue is totally dry, your magnets are ready!
You can make mobiles that are the perfect room décor for your Mario Kart fan.
Pick the figures you want to use and print off the illustrations; have your kids color them in and cut them out. (You can also reinforce with cardstock, but it’s not totally necessary.)
Poke holes in the tops of the cut-outs and knot pieces of string of varying lengths; you’re going to tie up the other ends to an embroidery hoop, hanger, or even a stick.
For a fun rainy afternoon craft, turn my Mario Kart pages into dioramas filled with all the game’s action.
Color in and cut out different characters in their vehicles and props, like the blue shell or the Piranha Plants.
Leave about a half-inch of paper below each. You will fold that under and use that flap to glue down the items into a cardboard box set on its side.
Add as much background as you want – you could cut out black paper and make roadway or blue paper to make waterfalls.