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Pig Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

Get ready to oink with delight with these 30 free pig coloring pages! These adorable and beloved farm animals have captured the hearts of many, and now you can bring them to life with your own unique style.

Pigs are known for their cute and cuddly appearance, making them a favorite animal among children and adults alike. With my pig coloring sheets, you can explore the beauty of these creatures and add a pop of color to their playful nature!

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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 Pig Coloring Pages

Kids have a ball coloring cute and friendly pigs and seeing what they come up with.

Here are 10 inexpensive, fun, and creative craft ideas you can do with your completed coloring page!

1. Make a Themed Piggy Bank

Children love keeping coins in a bank, and nothing is better than a piggy bank.

The pages can be left in their entirety, but it’s best if the character is cut out. 

Give the youngster a plain piggy bank from a novelty store, which can then be laminated with the cutout. 

The pig can be colored as a Disney character, a sheriff “guarding” the coins or a king in his “counting room.” However the child decorates it, it’s guaranteed to be loads of fun.

2. Piggy Races

For this comical classroom activity, have the children draw a racetrack on a big piece of craft paper to eventually hang on a chalkboard or wall.

Next, cut several thin slits all along the “track” from the gate to the finish line.

When the pages are colored, the pigs should be cut out and attached to long craft sticks.

These can be put through the slits and grasped from the other side to make the pigs “run” along the track, with each one getting a turn as the winner!

3. Three Little Pigs

A large poster board and some glue are the only things needed for this fun Three Little Pigs poster.

In keeping with the story, children can draw three houses, from straw, sticks, and bricks, but the first two should be drawn as if the big bad wolf blew them down!

The children can then color and cut out the Three Little Pigs, making sure to give two of them woebegone expressions. 

One can be glued in front of each house for a hilarious poster.

4. When Pigs Grow Wings

For a simple and easy craft, let your kid make a “flying pig.” 

Have your child draw wings onto the pig he or she has colored.

The character should then be glued to cardboard and cut out, and a hole punched at the top for a string. 

Attach the string to a ceiling fan, light chain, or any other object from which the pig can “fly.” 

5. Make a Piggy Pail

Have your child create a fun pail with simple craft supplies and a bit of glue. 

Keep the page in its entirety, and wrap it around a small pail, adding things like a pink pipe cleaner for a curly tail, wiggle eyes, and a piece of a pink sponge for a nose.

Fashion circular objects from stiff cardboard, about the size of Dixie cups, and glue them to the bottom as feet. 

Finish up with some packing string for a handle, and you have an adorable piggy pail.

6. Design a Funny 3D Pig

This fun craft begins with cutting strips from plain construction paper and gluing them together like you would make a paper chain.

Next, have the children pick out features, such as feet and hands, nose, ears, etc., and color them free hand on one side of the paper loop.

These can then be affixed to the different parts of the pig with glue, to give it a 3D appearance. 

Adding some wiggle eyes and a curled piece of ribbon for the tail are great finishing touches for this 3D artwork.

7. Cereal Box Pig

Cut an empty cereal box in half, and laminate it with the finished page.

Cut an upside-down “U” at the bottom to create the pig’s legs and draw little hooves with a black marker.

A head for the pig can be drawn and cut out of pink construction paper, and attached to the upper left-hand corner of the box. 

A pink pipe cleaner can be used on the other side as a tail. Glue on wiggle eyes and a pink button for the nose, and your child has an adorable desktop ornament.

8. Create a Barnyard Poster

This craft can be a classroom activity or done individually. Have the students/children draw a barnyard with every animal they can think of, and then feature “Farmer Pig” as the host.

Color and cut out the pig, and place him in the middle of the other barnyard animals.

Embellish him with pink felt ears, funny wiggle eyes, a white or black pom pom nose, and a comical smile drawn with red puffy paint.

9. Hearts, Flowers, and Pigs

For this funny craft, the face of the pig should be cut from the page and reinforced with cardboard backing.

Using pink and red construction paper, a small pink heart should be cut out and glued to a larger red heart, and two red dots drawn in the center to create a perfect piggy nose.

Upside-down pink construction paper hearts should be attached as ears, and wiggle eyes should be added before gluing it to a long craft stick.

This lovable pig can then be a hilarious touch in a flower arrangement.

10. Piggy’s Recommendations

Invest in an inexpensive dry-erase board to which a magnet can be glued.

On one side, glue the pig cut out and laminate that side with clear packing tape.

On the other side, draw a large dialogue bubble in which to list various foods the household needs to shop for. It will look like the pig is making suggestions about what to buy.

Use a craft magnet to put it on the refrigerator for a comical place to write grocery lists.

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