Get ready to explore the divine world with these 22 angel coloring pages that are all free to download and print! These heavenly designs offer a fun and creative way to express your faith and add a touch of serenity to your coloring, whether throughout the year or during Christmas.
With my angel printables, you can explore these celestial beings’ beauty and elegance and add your creative touch to their unique appearance. So whether you’re a person of faith or simply looking for a fun and relaxing activity, grab your coloring pencils and join me as we dive into the divine world of angels!
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 Angel Coloring Pages
Here are 10 affordable, fun, and creative craft ideas you can do with your completed coloring page!
10. Tree Toppers
To make a tree topper, you will need cardstock, glue, and golden pipe cleaner.
You’ll print off the angel you want and have your kids color her in. Then cut her out and trace her onto a piece of cardstock.
Cut out the outline and paste the two pieces together.
Next, you’ll need to make a cone from another piece of cardstock. Roll up the paper and tape it together.
Then, you’re going to glue the angel to the cone. The piéce de resistance will be a halo from the gold pipe cleaner.
You can make a loop and then bring one end down and use that end to glue the halo to the back of the angel’s head.
9. Cone Angel
This craft is a lot like the one above and can be used in the same way if you like, but it would also look adorable on a side table or fireplace mantle.
You’re going to roll up a piece of paper into a cone. Trim the bottom so that it sits flat.
Then you will color in (or leave white!) the Simple Outline of Angel Wings coloring page.
Cut out the wings and glue them on either side of the cone.
You can do this in groupings of different sizes and place them all together.
8. Table Décor
Have your kids pick out which angel figures they want, color them in, and cut them out.
Then they can take toilet paper rolls – full or half, depending on how large the cut-outs are – and glue them to the backs so that the figures stand up.
Arrange them on your kitchen table, counter, or anywhere that needs a little decoration!
7. Scrapbooking Notions
You can use my angel illustrations as scrapbooking notions for December or Christmas pages, Easter pages, a new baby’s birth, or even a page of remembrance for someone who passed.
They can be colored in or left black and white – both are impactful in their own ways.
Resize them on the computer before printing for the ultimate customization on your scrapbooking pages.
6. Christmas Tree Ornaments
To make Christmas tree ornaments you will need shrink sheet paper and ribbon.
You will have your kids pick out which angels they want to use, print them onto the shrink sheets, and then have them color in the illustrations.
Next, they’ll cut out the forms and punch a hole where they want the ornament hanging.
You’ll bake off the cut-outs per the instructions and then let them cool completely.
Once they’re cooled, you can string ribbon through the hole, tie it off into a bow and hang it up on your Christmas tree.
5. “I Pray For…” Pages
This is a perfect Sunday activity, whether you’re at home or in Sunday school.
Have the kids color in the illustration and then write in the blank space, “I Pray For…” and then list all the people and things they say prayers for daily.
You can then mount the page onto construction paper to give it a nice frame.
4. Kids’ Faces Angels
Have kids turn themselves into angels by cutting out their faces from extra photographs (or printing off their faces, since actual photos seem to be a thing of the past!).
Then they’ll color in the angel illustration and glue their face onto the angels.
They could also cut out the angel figure and prop it up with a toilet paper roll as an additional step.
3. Toilet Paper Roll Angels
Speaking of toilet paper rolls, you can use them to make this sweet angelic craft.
First, the kids will cover the toilet paper roll in white paper, cutting it down to fit and taping the edges down.
Then they will cut out Simple Outline of Angel Wings or Angel Wings Coloring Sheet and tape or glue them onto the toilet paper roll.
Next, they’ll make a simple face; it could be as basic as a circle with a face drawn onto it – or they could use their faces! They’ll glue the front of the toilet paper roll.
2. Glittery Angels
You’ll print the angels of the kids’ choice onto the transparency paper and then cut it out.
Next, you’ll have them outline the angel figure onto the construction paper, but slightly larger than the actual cut-out.
They’re going to cut out that outline and then cut along the inside so that they’re left with a frame.
Glue the transparency paper angel to the frame and then go over it with a coat of Mod Podge.
Before the Mod Podge dries, they’ll sprinkle glitter and sequins over the angel if you have them.
Let the Mod Podge dry completely and hang the angels in a window!
1. Clothespin Angels
You can use round or rectangular clothespins for this craft; either way, you will resize one of the illustrations that are just wings and print them off.
Your kids can color in the wings or leave them, but then they will cut them out and glue them to the clothespin on either side.
Then, to finish off the angel, they’ll draw a small circle, make a little face for it, cut it out, and glue it to the top of the clothespin.