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Rosalina Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

Journey through the cosmos with these 22 Rosalina coloring pages, all completely free for you to download and print! With these sheets, you’ll delve into the enchanting world of the starry protector of the Super Mario Galaxy as she graces each page with her ethereal elegance!

This series includes various illustrations of Rosalina, from her guiding the Lumas across starry galaxies to her appearances in exciting Mario Kart races. Alongside her trusty Luma companions, every illustration offers a glimpse into her celestial adventures!

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 Rosalina Coloring Pages

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

10. Puppets

To make cute little puppets that your kids can play with, you’ll just print out the characters you want to use onto cardstock.

Have your kids color them in and cut them out, then paste crafting sticks or popsicle sticks to the backs.

You’re going to want to let the glue dry completely before handling the puppets because the last thing you want is for Rosalina to slide off her stick!

9. Perler Bead Keychains

Choose a simple Rosalina or friend figure for this perler bead craft and place the pegboard over the character.

Place the beads onto the pegboard, roughly following the outline of the drawing. Once it’s all filled in, you’re going to place parchment paper over the beads and iron them down.

They’re done melting when there are no more holes in the beads to be seen. Peel off the parchment paper and let the characters cool.

Once they’re ready, you can take a large needle, poke a hole through the top of the Perler bead figure, and attach the keychain hardware.

8. Rosalina Hair Headbands

To get Rosalina’s signature swoopy bangs, you don’t have to cut your kid’s hair.

Just isolate her head and resize it so that it’s roughly the same size as your child’s. Print that out and have your kid color it in and cut it out.

Next, you’re going to need a cheap plastic headband – it can be thick or thin – and you’re going to glue the hair piece onto the headband.

Let the glue dry (you don’t want it getting into their hair!).

7. Play Wands

You can isolate one of Rosalina’s wands, resize it to be about life-size, and print it out – I recommend using cardstock, as it’s more durable than regular computer paper.

You could also wrap the handle with tin foil and color in the star with gold or apply gold glitter glue!

6. Cake/Cupcake Toppers

To make cute little cupcakes or cake toppers, you’re going to isolate the characters you want to use and resize them so that they’re three or four inches tall.

Print them out and get your kids to help color them in and cut them out.

Next, you’re going to glue extra-large toothpicks to the backs and let the glue totally dry (you don’t want a “drippy glue in the food” situation).

You can then stick them into your baked goods, and you’re ready to party!

5. Game Covers

Did you know you can DIY video game covers? The old ones just slip out of the sleeve.

Measure the size of the case and resize the picture you want to use to fit the parameters of the right-hand side of a word processor document (oriented to landscape).

Print that out and cut it down if necessary. Have your kids color in the illustration and write the name of the game on the page.

Then slip the new cover into the sleeve!

4. Princess Rosalina Puffs

This craft works best with soft-edged characters, which you will print out in twos – for a front and a back.

Color in just one side and then cut both out. 

Line up the shapes so that they match, and then you’re going to start by putting in a few staples near the bottom.

Fill the puff with tissue paper, Kleenex, etc. (even toilet paper would work), and continue to staple and stuff until the puff is closed.

3. Sequins Rosalina Pictures

Bust out your blue and yellow sequins because this craft is going to get glitzy!

Using small dollops of glue, paste down sequins according to color (yellow for Rosalina’s hair, blue for her dress, etc.).

This should create both a glamorous look and a cool texture that will make people want to reach out and touch.

2. Charm Bracelets

To make Rosalina charm bracelets, you’ll need all the notions for bracelet-making (wire, beads, etc.), or you could invest in a kit that has everything ready to go.

Then, you’ll need shrink sheets, which you’ll print the characters onto. Color them in with markers and cut them out.

Make sure to punch holes where you want to attach the charms to the bracelet! And bake the cut-outs.

When they’ve cooled, you can add the charms to the bracelets and wear them, swap ‘em, or give them away!

1. Wall Clings

To do this craft, you will need a Cricut or similar machine, as well as peelable vinyl.

Color in digitally the Rosalina character you want to use and then print it out onto the vinyl sticker paper.

Next, you’re going to use the print and cut feature of your Cricut – feed it into the machine and let it do all the work of perfectly cutting along the outer border of your picture.

When it’s done, you’ll have a wall decal that is perfect for a kid’s room or even a dorm!

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