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Meme Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

One thing I can always rely on is my husband to be scrolling on Reddit and chuckling at memes. Recently, while he was cackling at a “dank meme,” as he calls them, he challenged me to illustrate some and said Reddit would go nuts for them!

After I accepted this noble challenge, my hubby got to work finding what he believes to be some of the most popular memes on Reddit. Fast forward a few days, and here is what I came up with! I hope you like them!

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To use any of these free printables, click on any of the images or links below 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 Meme Coloring Pages

Memes have taken the world by storm, so there are now coloring pages featuring the most popular ones.

Here are ten affordable, fun, and creative craft ideas you can do with your completed coloring page!

1. A Hilarious Door Sign

The Roll Safe meme is often used when someone highlights another person’s faulty logic. This is a great coloring page to make into a slightly sarcastic door sign.

When the meme is colored, the page should be left in its entirety and glued to a piece of corkboard.

This can be used as a hilarious door sign just by adding a funny slogan: “Ten Unanswered Knocks and You’re Still Here?”

This funny door sign will get a laugh out of virtually anyone.

2. A Box of Expressions

The Vince McMahon meme almost always depicts the realization that something is going from good to better to best.

This is a fun coloring page for a hanging ornament that can be rotated to feature all four expressions, and a small cardboard box is all needed to make it.

Beads can be threaded onto a piece of string, which can be used to display the box and allow it to spin through all four frames.

 Tiny jingle bells at the bottom are the perfect finishing touch!

3. Homework Got You Down?

Nothing’s more perfect for a book cover for a child’s most difficult subject than the Pepe Silvia meme.

Kids have all sorts of fun with this meme, such as using the complicated diagram to convey a 29-step approach to their homework (or 15 reasons why they can’t do it right now.)

Regardless of how it’s colored, it’s the hands-down favorite to use as a book cover for a dreaded subject.

Depending on the book cover template used, several coloring pages may be needed, but no matter what, it’ll be loads of fun.

4. A Hilarious Sign

Youngsters may have fun making the famous Leonardo DiCaprio laughing meme into a comical sign to display in their bedroom or playroom.

When it’s colored as desired, it should be left in its entirety and mounted on stiff cardboard, with a hole punched at the top to hang it up.

A comical saying such as, “Of course, I’ll Clean My Room; I’m a Sucker for Lost Causes,” can be added in crayon or puffy paint to make Mom and Dad laugh.

5. Congratulations Trophy

That well-known Jeremiah Johnson nod of approval meme is perfect for a funny trophy.

Once the page is colored, laminate it to a novelty trophy from any craft store.

The comical trophy can be given to a friend who aced a test, graduated from a particular grade, or landed a spot on the team. 

Because it’s an extremely versatile meme, it can be used for virtually anything the youngster wants!

6. Hide the Pain Harold Gets the Last Laugh

Hide the Pain Harold is a widely recognized meme and is perfect for a fun classroom activity.

Have the youngsters color Harold and glue the finished page to a piece of construction paper.

On the back, they can list some of those “painful” tasks they procrastinate over while pasting on that big smile like Harold’s and saying they’ll get it done.

The youngsters can have fun listing why they avoid certain chores and how they can get a bit more motivated to complete them!

7. A Two-Sided Sign for Game Day

The classic Drake meme and his two expressions are perfect for this fun craft. 

When the page is colored, the two should be separated and glued to either side of a square piece of poster board.

A large craft stick makes a great handle so that either side can be displayed when held up. This gadget is perfect for game day. 

The youngster can hold up one side with a positive expression when the play goes well and the other if he or she disagrees with the umpire’s call!

8. Make a Fun Futurama Fry Bank

This funny meme often depicts a “do I or don’t I?” situation, and money is perfect for that theme.

Youngsters can make a great coin bank by laminating the finished coloring page into a large jar, wooden box, or an actual piggy bank.

For fun, a text bubble can be added that says, “Are You Sure You Want to Spend That Much?” written in puffy paint as a think-twice warning!

9. Getting the Message Across

The condescending Wonka meme is fun to use when you think someone is being ridiculous. Youngsters can have fun with this at school.

When the page is colored, it should be folded accordion style, from top to bottom, so it opens like a vertical fan.

When a classmate says something the child thinks is silly or absurd, he or she can flip the condescending Wonka open in that youngster’s direction for a good laugh.

10. Green Eyed-Monster

No matter how young you are, nobody likes sharing their boyfriend! The distracted boyfriend meme provides a comical way to unleash a little jealousy.

Once the page is colored, the “distractor” can be made a bit less appealing by the coloring page’s artist.

The addition of goofy wiggle eyes, a big, puffy paint mustache, and a giant red nose are great for starters. 

Most youngsters will have no trouble developing more embellishments once they get started!

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