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Wings Of Fire Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

Spread your wings and soar into our collection of 22 Wings of Fire coloring pages, available for you to download and print entirely for free! If you or a young one has been captivated by Tui T. Sutherland’s book series, these sheets will allow you to explore the tales of dragons and their destinies, one page at a time!

For this series, you will find many depictions of characters from Wings of Fire, including Tsunami of the SeaWings, Clay from the MudWings, the radiant Glory of the RainWings, the wise Starflight of the NightWings, and the ever-optimistic Sunny of the SandWings, and many others that you can see below!

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 Wings Of Fire Coloring Pages

Wings of Fire coloring pages are unique and interesting.

Here are some wonderful, inexpensive crafts to do if those pages are piling up.

1. Make a Dazzling Wings of Fire Mobile

To make this fun craft, have the youngster use three to five of the brightest cutouts from the coloring pages.

After folding them in half, tiny designs should be cut in the wings, similar to those seen with doilies. 

This makes the wings look intricate and fancy. Each one should be attached to a string with a staple or piece of tape. The strings should be of various lengths.

When attached to a craft ring, this colorful mobile is breathtaking.

2. Create a Wings of Fire Trophy

Use an ordinary, inexpensive trophy from any discount store, and have the youngster laminate it with a cutout from the finished coloring page.

The cutout should be wrapped around the base, with the figure’s head rising slightly over the top.

Place the trophy on a small cardboard box and wrap orange tissue paper around the bottom.

This makes the trophy look magnificent–and much larger than it actually is!

3. Make a Hilarious Puppet

All youngsters love this comical craft, which begins with coloring a favorite dragon, cutting it out, then halving the cutout into two equal parts.

Next, using construction paper in a similar shade, a long accordion-style “body” should be made, and each end should be attached to one of the cutouts to create a funny, elongated body.

Tape a craft stick to both the front and the back part of the character.

Now, it can be made to go through the air by moving the craft sticks up and down in a back-and-forth pattern. The effect is hilarious.

4. Design an Elegant Keepsake

Using an ordinary, inexpensive column-style candle holder, your youngster can make a gorgeous gift or keepsake.

Fill the candle holder with beads, confetti, or any bright object, and then laminate the body of the cutout from the coloring page to the column’s surface.

Make sure to let the character’s wings spread out rather than gluing them down.

Glue a row of colored pom-poms around the candle holder’s top rim for a beautiful and unique keepsake.

5. Up, Up and Away

For this fun craft, give the youngster a small box with four flaps.

When the dragon is colored, glue it to thin cardboard, cut it out, and have the youngster carefully fold the wings down, accordion-style fashion.

The end of each wing should be glued to the inside of one of the flaps.

When the box is open, the “accordion” unfurls, looking as if the Dragon is about to fly away!

6. Make a Friendly Dragon Desktop Decoration

If your child wants to make a friendly dragon craft, have the youngster color and cut out a favorite Wings of Fire character and set it aside.

Next, using an empty bathroom tissue cardboard, let the child decorate it with squares of construction paper in a patchwork fashion.

Add funny wiggle eyes to the top of the roll and a bright mouth made from puffy paint.

The Dragon cutout should then be glued to the back, with the wings folded toward the front a bit. This cute character makes a colorful desktop decoration to make anyone smile.

7. Colorful Wings to Wear 

If your youngster has a great imagination, why not give it wings? To make this fun craft, create a cardboard circle that the youngster can wear on his or her head.

Once the dragon is colored, it should be cut from the page, with the wings separated from the body.

Glue the dragon’s face and body to the front and center of the headband, and glue the wings to its back.

For extra fun, decorate the plain parts of the headband with cutouts from other coloring pages. Your youngster will love wearing these colorful wings.

8. Make a Fiery Nightlight

To make this adorable nightlight, all you need is a tea light and a glass jar.

When the dragon is colored, carefully cut it out and glue it to the jar with invisible glue.

Only the dragon’s body should be glued fast, however. The wings should be allowed to spread out on either side.

When a battery-powered tea light is placed inside the jar, the effect is a beautiful, warm glow that’s perfect as a night light for your child’s room.

9. Add a Dragon to a Flower Arrangement

All you need for this adorable craft is some bright tissue paper and a craft stick.

When the desired character is colored, have the youngster glue it to a thin piece of corkboard. Help the child cut it out, and add a craft stick to the back.

Using red tissue paper, attach a burst of “fire” from the dragon’s mouth.

He can be placed in a flower arrangement or in a garden to breathe fire on any trespassers!

10. Make a Funny 3D Puppet

To make this comical puppet, the youngster must cut the character from the coloring page into various pieces. This ensures the best effect.

The head should be placed on the bottom square of an ordinary paper bag, and the body on the longer section in the front.

The wings should be attached on the other side so that it appears as if they’re coming from around the dragon’s sides.

 Wiggle eyes and a crepe paper tongue complete this funny, original puppet. 

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