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Shopkins Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

On this page, you will find 66 original Shopkins coloring pages that are completely free to download and print! If you’re seeking a fun and imaginative activity featuring these adorable collectible characters, then these printables are sure to be a hit with both girls and boys!

For this series, I illustrated a wide range of Shopkins characters, each offering unique and charming designs. Some of the characters included are Apple Blossom, Kooky Cookie, Lippy Lips, and D’Lish Donut, among others. Whether you’re a fan of the fruit and veg theme, the sweet treats, or the fabulous fashion icons, there’s something for every Shopkins fan here!

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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 Shopkins Coloring Pages

Shopkins are a top favorite among children everywhere.

If you need new ways to use those finished Shopkins coloring pages, try some of these affordable crafts.

1. The Backdrop for a Display

Whether your youngster uses an official Shopkins display or has a makeshift area in which these tiny toys are stored, used coloring pages make great backdrops.

The child can laminate the back wall of the shelves on which the items are placed for an interesting background.

If there are still leftover pages, they can be used on the outer surfaces of the storage case as well for an extra fancy display!

2. Make a Shopkins Snow Globe 

Begin this craft with an ordinary jar, and using a brush, give the inside a thin coat of glue. Shake some glitter around the inside of the jar so it adheres to the glass.

The finished Shopkins characters can be glued to thin cardboard and cut out, leaving extra paper at the bottom.

The extra paper should be used to glue them to the inside of the jar’s lid so that the Shopkins cutouts are “standing up.” 

When the jar is screwed onto the upside-down lid, it’s a homemade Shopkins snow globe. 

3. Shopkins Stickers

Shopkins are the perfect item for which to make stickers because there is such a variety from which to choose.

These are easily made with sheets of commercial sticker paper or by sealing them in contact paper and using adhesive squares on their backs.

They can be placed on notebooks, diaries, a refrigerator, and of course, food containers! Don’t forget to place stickers on any boxes in which Shopkins toys are stored.

4. Make a Shopkins Necklace

Shopkins are perfect for making homemade jewelry, and this can be done with only coloring pages, embroidery thread, and glassine.

Four to five Shopkins characters should be colored and cut out, then sealed in glassine.

Use a hole punch to make a hole on both sides of each cutout. 

Using embroidery thread, the cutouts should be strung together, and your child has an adorable Shopkins necklace.

5. Create a Unique Shopkins Decoration

Begin this craft with a strip of cardboard fashioned into a circle and glued or taped together.

Punch holes around the circumference of the cardboard ring at the bottom. Thread multiple pieces of yarn through the holes, making sure to use many different lengths.

Multiple Shopkins characters can then be colored, sealed in contact paper, and cut out.

One should be attached to each piece of yarn to create a windchime-style decoration to be displayed anywhere! 

6. Decorate a Shopkins Carrying Case and Carts

If your child has an official Shopkins carrying case, those finished coloring pages can be used to decorate it!

This can be done decal-style, or the pages can be used in their entirety. Krazy glue works best for this craft, but invisible glue is also an option.

Don’t forget those shopping carts that typically come with the official Shopkins carrying case. It may be tricky, but they can also be laminated with cutouts from the finished pages!

7. Popcorn Themed Craft

Most people have a large bowl used for “popcorn and movie night” at home, so why not decorate it with Poppy Corn cutouts?

Several pages can be used, depending on the size of the bowl being decorated.

Since popcorn is a dry snack, the inside of the bowl can be decorated with cutouts from other pages.

Just make sure to seal both sides with one coat of acrylic spray to keep the artwork looking nice.

8. Make a Fancy Picture Frame

Shopkins characters are great for making a homemade picture frame in which to keep a photo or other artwork.

Four separate characters should be colored, sealed in contact paper, and carefully cut out.

One should be added to each corner of the frame, and the spaces in between can be decorated with multicolored pom-poms, craft gems, or even colorful buttons!

9. Create Designer Straws

All youngsters like to use straws, so why not make some fancy Shopkins straws?

Begin with a pack of colorful straws, and let the children have fun matching the colors to the shades they used for their Shopkins coloring pages.

When they are cut out, they should be sealed in glassine, and two holes punched in each cutout, at the top and bottom.

Once the straw is threaded through, the youngsters have fancy Shopkins straws for their next soft drink.

10. Make a Colorful Cupcake Tray

Cupcake-themed Shopkins characters are a favorite among many youngsters, and these are perfect for decorating a cupcake serving tray.

Several cutouts will be needed, depending on the size of the tray, and they should be glued directly to the surface of the snack tray with invisible glue.

Two coats of acrylic spray will seal the artwork in, and once dry, it becomes a fancy cupcake tray for the next party or celebration.

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