On this age, you will find 25 original Princess Peach coloring pages that are entirely free to print or download! These illustrations were a blast to do, as Peach was my favorite character from when I used to play Super Mario Kart on the N64. Wow, that makes me feel old!
Two decades on, and Peach is still as beloved by kids today as she was back then. These printables make a fun craft activity for kids (and adults, too!) who are fans of this iconic Nintendo character. After coloring, you can then paste these into a scrapbook or even use them as decorations!
I drew various styles of Peach from adorable kawaii, Paper Peach, Lego Peach, Peach in Mario Kart, and Peach with iconic characters like Mario, Luigi, Toad, Rosalina, Daisy, and Bowser! To use any of these coloring sheets, click any image/link to then print or download.
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 Princess Peach Coloring Pages
Keep reading this article for different projects you can do with my Princess Peach coloring pages, such as paper crafts, party decorations, wall decor, and other creative activities!
1. Make a Princess Peach Coloring Book
A great way to make use of my Princess Peach coloring sheets is to make them into a coloring book. This is a fun project for you and your kids to do, and it’s a good way to save money.
First, print out my selection of 25 Princess Peach sheets and staple them together. You can also double up on specific sheets to make the book bigger.
Next, using a large piece of card stock or colored craft paper, fold it in half to make a crease, and staple the coloring pages in the crease.
I recommend setting aside one of the coloring pages for the book cover. Have your kid color it in, paste it to the front, and you’ve got yourself a DIY Princess Peach coloring book!
2. Kids Stationery Set
If you’re teaching your kids how to write cards and letters, you can make it more fun for them by making some stationery out of my Princess Peach coloring sheets.
Download a selection of my coloring pages (there are 25, so I recommend using one of each to make a full card set), and fill them in using a coloring app.
Afterward, print the pages onto card stock (I recommend changing the dimensions to have standard-sized cards.
You can also make matching envelopes with colored craft paper using this easy method.
3. Princess/ Nintendo Party Decorations
Yet another way you can use my Princess Peach coloring sheets is to turn them into party decorations and favors. This is great for a princess party or a Nintendo-themed party.
You can use the full sheets as posters, placemats, or turn them into a banner.
As well, you can cut the silhouettes out and tape them to the cups and plates, or stick them on popsicle/cake pop sticks for cake decorations.
Further still, if you’re handing out party favors, you can paste these coloring pages onto the gift bags, or simply include them in the bags for your little guests to color themselves.
4. Make a Princess Peach Storybook
Another great way to use my Princess Peach coloring sheets is to make them into a storybook. This is a great activity for parents and kids to do together, and it will make a great keepsake.
To make the storybook, follow the above instructions for making a coloring book. However, get your kid to color in the sheets.
After binding the book, have your kid write their story on index cards, and paste them to the bottom of each sheet. Come up with a title, and you’re done!
5. Make a Princess Peach Gallery Wall
If your kid loves Nintendo and also loves princesses, a great way to jazz up their bedroom is to make a gallery wall with my Princess Peach coloring sheets.
Have your kid select their favorite sheets from my selection, and get your kid to color them using an app on your device.
Purchase a gallery wall frame set, and decide how you’d like to arrange them.
Finally, place each sheet in a frame, hang them up, and you’re done!
6. Use as Wrapping Paper and on Gift Boxes/Bags
If your kids have a party coming up and want to bring a gift, you can help them out by making Princess Peach wrapping paper. This works great for small gifts like books and video games.
Have your kid select their favorite picture, and print out the coloring sheet. Get your kid to color it in, then wrap the page around the gift.
I recommend adding stickers or bows to make it a bit more fun.
7. Make Princess Peach Wallpaper
If your kid’s room as a spot on their wall that needs to be covered up, you can make a wallpaper strip with my Princess Peach coloring sheets.
Download and color the pages using a coloring app (or get your kids to color) and print them out. This will make the pages look higher quality than using markers or paint.
Next, arrange the pictures along the wall, and you’re done!
(I only recommend doing this for small sections, due to the quality of the paper)
8. Personalize a Sketchbook/Book Cover
If your kid has a journal or sketchbook that needs sprucing up, you can try refreshing it by using my Princess Peach coloring sheets.
Simply print the sheet, have your kid color it to their liking, and paste it onto the front of the book using glue or Modge Podge.
I also recommend adding washi tape or ribbon to the border of the front cover to make it look prettier and more personality!
9. Use for Scrapbooking
If you’re making a scrapbook of your family or your kids, you may need some new ideas for page layouts. If so, why not make a Princess Peach-themed page?
You can use these coloring sheets as the background for the page layout, or you could cut out the silhouettes and use them like stickers, or place them strategically around the border.
I also recommend using washi tape, ribbons, and other ephemera that fits Peach’s style. Use lots of pink, glitter, and gold!
10. Decorate Video Game Stash
A great way to add to your kid’s gaming area is to decorate their video game stash. Whether they store games on a shelf or in boxes, this is easily done with my Princess Peach pages.
After downloading the pages, color them in using an app on your device (or get your kids to do it), and print them out.
Using Modge Podge or another paste, line the shelves or cover the boxes that hold your kid’s video games.
I recommend layering one sheet on top of the other to get a comic book style appearance.