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Rick and Morty Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

On this page, you will find 20 Rick and Morty coloring pages that are all free to download and print! The idea for this series came from my husband, who is utterly obsessed with this TV show and eagerly awaits every new season.

With his knowledge of the show and my illustration skills, we were able to come up with a wide range of pictures to color, including detailed ones for adults, iconic scenes and characters from the show, trippy coloring pages of Rick, and many more!

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To color any of these pages, click on any of the below links or pictures to open the PDF file on a new page. Once opened, you will then have the option to download or print, all for free!

All these PDF coloring pages are on standard US letter size, but they also fit perfectly onto A4 paper sizes! Enjoy!

9 Craft Ideas To Do With Rick And Morty Coloring Pages

Here are some inventive and unique ways to use finished coloring pages showcasing Rick and Morty.

1. Make a Rick and Morty Puzzle

Rick and Morty make great characters for a homemade puzzle. 

The coloring page should be completed with bright colors to make the puzzle easier or more intricate designs and lighter shades to make it more difficult.

Once the page is finished, it should be glued to cardboard thick enough to serve as puzzle pieces but thin enough to cut.

Larger pieces make an easier puzzle, and smaller ones a more difficult one, but the most enjoyable part for youngsters is that they can create their own designs when making the pieces!

2. Send Rick and Morty Into Outer Space

Let each child make a paper cylinder about twice as wide as the cardboard from an empty roll of paper towels and decorate it like a rocket. Thick construction paper works well for this craft.

Before taping it together, two generous-sized “windows” should be cut out of the paper.

Next, Rick and Morty should be cut out of the finished coloring page, and placed in the windows of the “rocket,” ready for takeoff!

3. Create an Original Planet

A fun way to use a Rick and Morty coloring page is to create an original planet for these zany scientists.

Allow the youngsters to come up with their own version of a “planet” and decorate and color it as they see fit.

Next, Rick and Morty are cut out of the finished coloring page and laminated with glassine or laminating paper. 

Then, paste them onto the planet with clear glue, wherever the youngster decides they should be! The “planet” can then be hung up in a classroom or at home.

4. Design an Original Test Tube

Let you youngsters have fun making their own Rick and Morty test tube. Plastic or glassware in the shape of a science lab test tube can be purchased online or at a novelty store.

After the Rick and Morty coloring pages are finished, the characters can be cut out and laminated onto the test tube’s surface.

Colored sand can be used to fill in the bottom to make it look like a wicked mixture is bubbling!

5. Make a Rick and Morty Scrapbook

Construction paper in various colors and the finished coloring pages are all that are needed for this fun activity.

One page can be colored for each of the show’s six seasons, separated with construction paper in various colors.

On the blank pages in between, youngsters can write something about their best-loved episodes or favorite lines from the show.

Use a three-hole punch and then fasten the pages together with yarn or paper fasteners, and you have a fun, commemorative Rick and Morty scrapbook.

6. Craft  a Hilarious Pencil Holder 

For this craft, color and cut out Rick and Morty as two separate pieces. 

These can be fixed to a tall glass, an empty Pringles container, or even a coffee can that’s been lined with construction paper.

Next, glue or tape the cutouts of Rick and Morty to the pencil holder, but in an entertaining way:

Make it look as if they’ve just been transported and are peeking over the top of the holder to see where they are!

7. Design One or More Corner Bookmarks

Rick and Morty coloring pages are great for designing bookmarks.

Corner bookmark templates are easy to find. They come in various sizes, and can be made fancy or plain. 

It’s just a matter of making a few simple folds as the template shows, and then sliding the bookmark down over the corner of the page.

If made in standard size, one coloring page can be used to create up to 10 corner bookmarks!

8. Make a Rick and Morty Jack-o’-Lantern

It doesn’t have to be Halloween to have fun decorating a pumpkin, and a Rick and a Morty coloring page is the perfect thing to do it with.

Once the coloring page is finished, it should be trimmed into a fun shape that will fit onto the surface of the pumpkin.

Invisible glue can be used to affix the coloring page to the pumpkin, and then it can be sealed with acrylic spray. Painting the pumpkin white or green will give the craft extra pizzazz.

9.  Wrinkle in Time

You’ll only need green construction paper, glue, and the finished coloring page for this easy craft.

Use green construction paper to cut out 5-6 circles in varying sizes.

Create a textured edge to the circles by making small, uneven tears, and glue one on top of the other from biggest to smallest. This creates a spiral, 3D effect. 

Next, cut out Rick and Morty from the finished coloring page, and glue them to the center of the green time warp. This makes it look as if they are being sucked into the spiral, destination unknown!

fergee mendoza

Wednesday 12th of April 2023

love them pls put more coloring page of Rick and Morty much love fergeee

Monday Mandala

Monday 22nd of May 2023

Glad you liked them Fergee, means a lot!

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