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Mosaic Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

Dive into a world of intricate patterns with these 22 mosaic coloring pages, free for you to download and print! With these sheets, you can let your imagination soar as you fill in a kaleidoscope of designs that merge both timeless art forms and modern-day designs!

For this series, you will find a wide range of illustrations, including unicorns, flowers, birds, cats, butterflies, underwater scenes, and many more. Whether you’re a fan of traditional geometric patterns or modern interpretations, these pages offer something for everyone!

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 Mosaic Coloring Pages

There’s no end to the crafts you can do with mosaic themes.

If those finished coloring pages have piled up, try these affordable, easy ideas.

1. Hidden Message

This craft can be done with multiple pages, and the fun never ends!

Because Mosaics are intricate, it’s easy to hide a secret message somewhere on the page. This can be written with a colored pencil or thin marker.

The key is to put the words in different places on the page. Then, when the youngsters trade pages, they must find all the hidden words.

They’ll know they found them all when the words make a complete sentence, but it’s up to them to figure it out!

2. Darts With a Twist

Mosaic coloring pages can be used to make a fun and exciting dart game. Unlike a typical dartboard with a bull’s eye, the degree of difficulty is much more expansive.

Because mosaics feature various size pieces to make up a picture, they should be given values based on their size.

The largest pieces should be given the least points, and the highest number of points should be assigned to the smallest pieces.

Once the coloring page is glued to a piece of corkboard, the youngsters can start the competition!

3. A Mystery Bouquet

For this fun craft, have the children cut their finished mosaic coloring pages into flower shapes. They can make daisies, tulips, roses, or any flower desired.

These should be stapled to long green pipe cleaners and placed in an empty Pringles chip container–laminated with another coloring page.

People can have fun studying the flowers and trying to determine what the original picture was. Place this interesting, unique “bouquet” anywhere.

4. Five Crafts in One

All children love this craft due to its versatility. Give each youngster five pieces of black construction paper with which to create a variety of designs.

They can make snowflakes, spiderwebs, mandalas, trees, or even just freehand designs.

When they finish their mosaic pages, these black “frames” can be placed on top to change the pattern’s entire appearance.

In this way, one coloring page actually becomes five different designs! Youngsters can have a ball mixing and matching to their heart’s content.

5. Unique Letter Artwork

This interesting craft takes a bit of skill, but it’s well worth the effort!

Have the youngsters color the mosaic page in such a way that white space is left over in the shape of the child’s initial. The challenge is in doing it without tracing the letter first. 

Rather, have them simply color one section at a time and see how sharp they can make the edges of the letter. The fun is in trying!

6. Three Dimensional Fun

To make a mosaic coloring page into framable art, have the youngsters choose five main colors with which to finish the page.

Then, have them embellish each color with a different craft item. 

For example, tiny swatches of green tissue paper can be used to embellish the green sections and blue glitter for the sections colored in blue.

Puffy paint, craft gems, sequins, buttons, and virtually any other craft item can be used for this highly enjoyable activity.

7. A Mosaic Peacock

This adorable craft is super-easy and begins with the youngsters tracing and cutting out the head and neck of a peacock from a piece of construction paper.

Then, cut a slit in an empty bathroom tissue cardboard and slide the peacock cutout into it. Next, cut a white paper plate in half and laminate it with the coloring page.

Cut another slit in the cardboard roll behind the peacock’s head, and slide the laminated paper plate half into it in a similar manner. 

The coloring page has suddenly become an ornate peacock fan that will stand on its own!

8. Easy Mosaic Picture Frame

For this fun craft, choose a coloring page with a simple design and use bright colors to complete it, such as those seen with stained glass.

Then, cut a square in the center of the page and place it over a blank piece of light-colored posterboard.

Slide a favorite picture behind, and this beautiful mosaic frame will really make it pop!

9. A One-of-a-Kind Candle Holder

For this pretty craft, use an ordinary small jar or a clear candle holder. 

Using cutouts from the finished coloring pages, decorate the plain glass in any pattern desired. Invisible glue works best for this.

Seal the artwork in a few coats of acrylic spray or a layer of contact paper.

Drop a tea light or place a real candle inside the container for a beautiful mosaic glow! 

10. Mosaic Stickers

Mosaic coloring pages are perfect for making stickers since they feature bright shades and can be cut in virtually any shape the youngster desires without ruining the pattern.

Using traditional sticker paper, let the children’s imaginations go wild and have them fashion their stickers any way they want.

These can be used to decorate notebooks, keepsake jars, or boxes. They also make great gifts!

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