On this page, you will find 24 original Thor coloring pages that are entirely free to download or print! I included many versions and styles of Thor, from the mighty Norse god, Thor’s hammer, Lego Thor, Thor with fellow Avengers, Thor battling Loki, and many more!
These printables are perfect for young ones (and adults, too, of course!) who are big fans of Thor and the Marvel Universe. Whether you are looking for an artsy activity, party decorations, or a lazy afternoon craft project, these coloring pages will cover all the bases!
To get started, click on any of the below images or links, which will open the PDF coloring sheet in a new tab. From there, you are free to download, print, or even color digitally on an iPad.
All of these coloring pages are on standard US letter size, but they also fit perfectly onto A4 paper sizes too! Enjoy!
10 Craft Ideas To Do With Thor Coloring Pages
Here are 10 affordable, fun, and creative craft ideas you can do with your completed coloring page!
10. Party Decorations
You can turn my Thor illustrations into many different types of party decorations for your little one’s next superhero-inspired soiree.
Thor can liven up any room, from simple cut-outs on the walls to cupcake or cake toppers, from placemats and/or place settings to festive mobiles hanging from the ceiling.
9. Room Posters/Collages
Your children could simply color in my Thor pictures with high-quality markers or colored pencils, and then you could frame them and create a gallery wall with their art.
Or you could print off all of my Thor illustrations and have them pick and choose which figures they color in, cut out, and place them onto a piece of poster board.
Supplement the cut-outs with items from magazines or even old comic books; you’ve got a wall-worthy collage.
8. Play Props
You can turn my Thor illustrations into play props or paper dolls that will spark creativity and imagination in your children.
Print off the Thors you want to use and have your kids color them in and cut them out.
Then they’ll trace the shape onto a piece of cardstock and cut out that outline. Paste the two pieces together to make one durable figure.
Then you can either let your kids start to play or add a crafting stick to the backs of the figures for something to hold onto.
Have your kids color in and cut out Thor, then reinforce him with cardstock or paste the cut-out onto a rectangular construction paper.
If you go the latter route, you could resize the Thor figure to be much smaller and then also add Avengers from my other coloring pages!
6. Book Covers
To turn my Thor illustrations into book covers, you will need to work some magic on a computer first.
Copy and paste my picture from the PDF file into a word processor document, where the document is oriented in landscape.
Resize the image to fill the right side, with about an inch-and-a-half to two-inch margins.
Print that off, and then you’re going to lay the page illustration side down.
You will fold the page up to where the margins end on both the bottom and the top.
Then you can slip the flaps over the book’s cover and tape at the top and bottom on both sides.
5. Mjölnir Jewelry
Keep a little power of the gods near you at all times with this Mjölnir jewelry made from shrink sheets.
You’ll print off illustrations featuring the hammer onto the shrink sheets and then color them in with markers.
Cut them out, and then, if you’re using jewelry notions that link or need to be attached with pliers, punch a hole where you want that to go.
Bake the cut-outs for the recommended period of time and then wait for them to cool completely.
Then you can attach the jewelry notions to make earrings, bracelets, or even necklaces (alternately, you can use hot glue for certain pieces, like post-earrings).
4. Thor Helmet Headband
Pick an illustration of Thor where his helmet is prominent, color it in, and cut it out.
You’ll need about two-inch wide strips of black construction paper, long enough that it will fit around your kids’ heads (you might have to connect two pieces).
Then you’re going to paste the helmet cut-out to the headband. Carefully place the “crown” onto your kids’ heads, being mindful of the sides so that they don’t get bent.
Turn my Thor pictures into a live-action diorama with a cardboard box and some glue.
You’re going to have your kids pick out which Thor they want to feature (and they could choose some other Avengers from my other coloring pages, too).
They’ll color him in and cut him out, leaving about two inches of paper below his feet. That will be folded under and used to paste him into place.
Next, they’ll turn a cardboard box on its side and decorate the interior; if they want to get really creative, they could do scenes of Asgard or New York City in 2012.
Then they’ll paste Thor (and any other Avengers) into the scene.
To make cute Thor keychains, you will again need shrink sheets, and you will again print off the figures you want to use.
Have your kids color them in with markers and cut out the figures, then punch holes where they want the keychain accessories to attach.
Bake them in the oven per the instructions, and then wait for them to cool completely before affixing the keychain hooks/clasps/claws.
1. Thor Rocks
This is a super easy craft that is perfect for your preschooler.
You’ll resize the Thor illustrations so that the main figures are about two to three inches tall (or small enough to fit on the smooth-topped rocks that you’ll use).
Have your kids color them in and cut them out – you might have to help with the cutting since it’ll be pretty small – and then you’re going to Mod-Podge them to the rocks.
When the Mod Podge dries, it actually seals the Thor cut-outs to the rocks so that they can withstand rain or snow.
This is perfect if you want to put the rocks out in your garden or leave them around your local park on your next walk.