Step into Strawberryland with these 22 delightful Strawberry Shortcake coloring pages, ready for download and print at no cost! These sheets transport you straight to the heart of this classic animated series, spotlighting Strawberry Shortcake and her flavorful friends.
Included below are charming illustrations featuring our strawberry-scented heroine, her pals Lemon Meringue, Blueberry Muffin, and Raspberry Torte, as well as their lovable pets like Pupcake and Custard. So grab your coloring tools, and prepare to add a splash of color, one page at a time!
To use any of these free printables, click on any of the images below 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 Strawberry Shortcake Coloring Pages
Strawberry shortcake is not only a tasty dessert, it’s a fun theme to color.
Here are ten of the best crafts to do with Strawberry Shortcake coloring pages.
1. Make a Birthday Cake Centerpiece
To begin this engaging craft, make a hexagon shape from thin cardboard and then another about half that size.
Laminate them with cutouts from the strawberry shortcake coloring pages.
Put a layer of cardboard in between and stack them with the small one on top.
Stuff the top hexagon with white tissue paper decorated with pink glitter to look like the cake’s icing. Add some fancy toothpicks as candles for an adorable centerpiece!
2. Decorate With the Strawberry Gang
To make this delightful decoration, choose a coloring page featuring Strawberry Shortcake and friends, like Ginger Snap and Orange Blossom.
Next, trace and cut out a large strawberry from red cardstock or posterboard. Cut them out and glue them to the strawberry’s center.
For extra fun, decorate both sides of the strawberry.
Use a black magic marker to make the strawberry look real by adding tiny dots and a stem made from a green pipe cleaner. Add yarn or string to hang this cute decoration.
3. Design an Adorable Strawberry Purse
Create this fun little accessory by tracing and cutting out two strawberries from cardstock. Carefully glue the edges together with invisible glue, leaving the top open.
Use green yarn to make a handle by simply stapling one end to each side.
When the Strawberry Shortcake characters are cut out, use them to decorate the bag.
Choose two main characters to place on either side and then tuck the smaller cutouts just inside the top opening with double-faced tape. Take this cute accessory anywhere!
4. Abstract Classroom Art
Begin this craft by cutting circles from red flocked paper. These should be stapled to one large piece of posterboard.
When the youngsters have colored and cut out their favorite Strawberry Shortcake characters, one should be placed inside each circle.
The youngsters can sign their names or initials underneath and add embellishments such as green pipe cleaners and pom-poms as stems and leaves or pink or red glitter.
Display this unusual artwork in the classroom!
5. Make a Strawberry Shortcake Portrait
All youngsters love this craft, and it starts with placing a piece of green construction paper inside an ordinary frame from a discount store.
Have the youngster paint the frame with pink craft paint, adding red pom-poms with invisible glue.
Once the Strawberry Shortcake character is cut out, it should be glued to the paper’s center and embellished.
Twist a green pipe cleaner into the shape of a strawberry vine, and let the youngster add red pom-poms, tiny pink craft bows, green craft beads, or anything else he or she desires!
6. Design an Old Fashioned Medal
Youngsters enjoy making old-fashioned medals, like those bestowed on baked goods at state fair competitions.
Start by having the child trim the finished page in a circle around the character.
Next, a circle should be cut from red construction paper and decorated with white puffy paint and silver glitter.
Make two lengths of red paper chains and hang them from the circle’s base. When the cutout is glued to the center, you have an adorable first-place ribbon.
7. Making a Scene
This simple, easy craft for young children begins with an ordinary white paper plate. Cut the plate’s base straight across to create a flat bottom.
Then, have the youngster color the plate light green with craft paint or markers, cutting out windows and a door and decorating it however desired.
Finally, using cutouts from the finished coloring pages, have the child glue his or her favorite Strawberry Shortcake characters in the doorway and window frames.
Add a chimney, with some cotton balls as smoke, and paste the ensemble to a piece of cardstock. Add craft magnets to hang it on a refrigerator.
8. Strawberry Parachute
Start this engaging craft by tracing and cutting out a large strawberry. Two pieces of ordinary string should then be stapled to the cutout’s base, dangling down.
Once a Strawberry Shortcake character is colored and cut out, the ends of the strings should be attached to the character’s hands.
This makes it look like the strawberry is a parachute or hot air balloon.
Embellish the artwork however desired, and hang it in a doorway where to catch the breeze.
9. Design a Strawberry Shortcake Frame
Using jumbo craft sticks, have the youngsters fashion simple photo frames in either a square or a rectangle. Craft glue works best to attach the sticks.
A back is easily made by tracing the shape of the frame onto cardboard and cutting a slightly smaller square or rectangle.
The sides of the frame should be decorated with cutouts from the finished coloring pages. Make it extra fancy by using some smaller cutouts to decorate the top and bottom as well.
Display any photo you like in this adorable frame!
10. Create an Easy Classroom Decoration
For this fun craft, have the youngsters work together to create a strawberry “vine,” using green yarn or winding long, green pipe cleaners together.
Next, the children should color and cut out their favorite Strawberry Shortcake characters, making sure to laminate their work to thin cardboard first.
Holes should be punched at the top of the cutouts, and they should be attached to the strawberry “vine” with string or staples.
Display this adorable strawberry banner anywhere.