On this page, you will find 26 original Snow White coloring pages that are all free to download and print! Admittedly, I was a massive fan of Snow White growing up (I loved the dwarfs!), so much so that I ruined our VHS copy of the movie after re-watching it so many times!
For this series, I illustrated a wide variety of iconic scenes and characters from the movie, including Snow White, the seven dwarfs, The Evil Queen, the Magic Mirror, The Prince, plus many more!
If you would like to color in any of these pages, you can do so by clicking on any of the below images or links to open the PDF file on a new page. Once opened, you can then download and print entirely for free!
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 Snow White Coloring Pages
Here are 10 inexpensive, fun, and creative craft ideas you can do with your completed coloring page!
10. Paper Dolls
It’s super easy and fun to make paper dolls that your children can play with again and again.
You’ll just need to print off the Snow White figures that you want and have your kids color them in and cut them out.
Next, you’ll need cardstock; you’re going to trace the shape of the dolls onto the cardstock and cut them out, then paste them together (to reinforce the flimsier computer paper).
You’ll have handmade dolls that your kids can use to replay the movie and create new scenarios from their own imaginations.
To make gothic-style Snow White coasters, you’ll need oval frames with filigreed detail and oval pieces that fit inside the frames. You’re going to paint the frames black.
Then you’ll print off whatever characters you want to feature on the coasters; set the oval pieces over the printouts and trace the shape, so you know where to cut.
Cut out the illustration and Mod-Podge it into the oval. Then when that’s dry, you’re going to glue the oval, face side up, to the underside of the frame.
You can add resin on top or leave it as-is.
8. Cupcake Toppers
To make cupcake toppers, you might have to shrink the illustration using a word processor or illustrator before printing it off so that the figures are the right size.
You’re going to have your kids color in the figures and cut them out. If you have access to a laminator, then by all means, add that extra protective layer!
Next, you’re going to glue toothpicks to the backs of the cut-outs – and they’re ready to stick into cupcakes!
7. Book Or Journal Covers
For a fun party activity at a little girl’s birthday (or a great way to spend a rainy afternoon), turn my Snow White coloring pages into book or journal covers.
If you’re going the journal cover route, you can purchase a small bound journal from a dollar store, have your child color the illustration, and paste it to the front.
If you’re going the book cover route, you can resize the image and use this tutorial on making a paper bag book cover, which you can adapt for my illustrations.
6. Party Decorations
With my coloring pages, you can make so many different party decorations for a Snow White-themed birthday!
You could cut out the figures and have your kids color them in and put them up on the walls or create bunting out of multiple figures.
You could use them as place settings at the table, create a centerpiece with them or have them direct guests to the bathroom.
5. Decorative Trays
To create this craft, you will need a tray, which you can find at most dollar stores or craft stores (or you can thrift one), and Mod Podge.
You’re going to have your kiddo color in the Snow White illustration of his or her choice – you can do just figures or the entire page.
Cut out the figures where applicable, and you’re going to Mod-Podge them to the tray (if you want, you can paint the tray ahead of time).
Then you can decorate the rest of the tray with paints, glitter, etc.
4. Mini-Snow White Storybook
Create little Snow White storybooks featuring highlights from her tale using my illustrations.
It will not only give your kids a creative outlet, but it will also help them practice their handwriting and storytelling.
You can bind the pages together using a three-hole punch and yarn or twine or by putting the pages into a binder.
You can make all kinds of jewelry from my Snow White coloring pages – all you need are shrink sheets and jewelry-making supplies (which you can purchase cheaply online).
You’re going to print off the figures your kids want onto the shrink sheets, have them color them in with markers, cut them out, and bake them off.
Once they’re cooled, you can make earrings, bracelets, and necklaces – the sky’s the limit!
2. Goody Bags
If you’re hosting a Snow White-themed birthday party, you gotta have goody bags for your guests.
You can decorate them and even personalize them with figures from my Snow White illustrations.
You don’t even have to color them in – though they’re much cuter if you do; you can just cut them out and paste them onto the gift bags.
Your kids can create beautiful Snow White dioramas with all the characters (or most of them).
You’ll need a cardboard box and illustrations with all the characters you want to represent.
Have your kids color them in and cut out the figures, leaving a half-inch to an inch of paper beneath each figure.
They can use different illustrations as backgrounds and then fold the tab of paper under the figures and use that to glue them into place.
You could have your kids each do a different scene so that when they’re all done, it’s like the movie has come to life!