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Betty Boop Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

Roll out the red carpet and put on a show with these 20 Betty Boop coloring pages that are entirely free to download and print! Betty Boop, the iconic cartoon character, with her stylish dress and her unmistakable cute bob cut, is a fantastic choice for those looking to combine their love for vintage animation with a creative outlet!

For this series, I illustrated a wide range of scenes featuring Betty Boop in her classic, sass-filled 1930s style, along with her beloved dog, Pudgy, and Betty in a wide range of settings, including New York, performing, plus many others that you can see below!

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To start coloring in any of these pictures, you can click any of the below images or links, which will open the PDF file on a new page. Once opened, you can then download and print as many times as you like!

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 Betty Boop Coloring Pages

Betty Boop is one of those loveable characters that has endured through the decades.

Try these fun and affordable paper crafts with those finished coloring pages.

1. Make a Fancy Greeting Card

Betty Boop is the perfect character for a fancy greeting card.

Using red construction paper and white doilies, let the child create a homemade paper card, leaving some room inside for a message.

When Betty Boop is colored and cut out, she should be glued to the card’s front with a red construction paper heart placed in her hand.

Inside the heart, a message can be written, such as, “I Love You” or “You’re Special!” Don’t forget to embellish it with pink and red glitter!

2. Betty Boop Bouquet Decoration

For this fun craft, the youngster should cut out a large red or white heart. Once Betty Boop is colored and cut out, she should be glued to the heart’s center. 

Next, let your youngster trace and cut out his or her first initial and glue or tape it to the bottom of the heart.

The entire ensemble can then be attached to a craft stick by vertically taping the stick to the back of the collage. Several coats of acrylic spray will keep it nice for a long time!

3. Western Themed Betty Boop

If your child is partial to a Western theme, this hilarious craft is perfect. 

The finished Betty Boop coloring page should be laminated on a red piece of poster board, slightly bigger than the page. 

The youngster can then trace and cut out a western hat and create a lasso using several pipe cleaners, and these should be added to the poster board.

From a separate coloring page, Betty Boop’s famous dog should be colored, cut out, and placed inside the “lasso” to look as if Betty had to lasso her lost dog!

4. Betty Boop Mood Collage

This interesting craft requires several Betty Boop coloring pages.

The key is choosing different facial expressions, such as Betty laughing, throwing a kiss, scared, or angry.

When the faces are cut out, they should be arranged collage-style on a piece of construction paper or poster board.

Underneath, the youngster can write the names of the different moods responsible for the expressions for a cute and original piece of artwork.

5. Betty Boop Paper Doll

All youngsters love paper dolls, but Betty Boop is an especially fun character for this craft.

Once the youngster has colored and cut out the main Betty Boop character, other pages can be used to create a wardrobe. Your youngster will find a limitless number of outfits.

From evening gowns to old-fashioned, skirted bathing suits, children can create an expansive wardrobe limited only by their imagination.

6. Design an Original Door Sign

To make this cute bedroom door sign, the youngster should color a Betty Boop character with her arms extended and another one of her blowing a kiss.

On one side of a square piece of posterboard, the word “Enter” should be written, and the cutout of Betty holding out her arms glued over it.

The cutout of Betty blowing a kiss should be glued to the other side, and the phrase “Sorry I Missed You” written underneath to indicate that the child is not in the room.

7. Betty in the Box

This cute craft is always a hit with youngsters, and it’s surprisingly simple to make. 

Once Betty is colored and cut from the page, a pipe cleaner twisted into a tight spiral should be stapled to the cutout’s base.

Using one of any number of box templates, let the youngster make a Jack-in-the-Box style contraption and staple the bottom of the pipe cleaner to the “floor” of the box.

If the spiral is the right length–it can be adjusted if not–the Betty Boop cutout will “pop” up when the box is open. 

8. Betty Boop Jigsaw Puzzle

For this interesting craft, keep the finished coloring page in its entirety, and with a pencil, draw puzzle pieces. 

The number of pieces depends on the age of the child and how difficult he or she wants the puzzle to be. Smaller pieces will create a more difficult puzzle.

When the lines are drawn, the page should be glued to thin cardboard, sealed in contact paper, and cut out.

For an extra difficult puzzle, make all the pieces triangular-shaped!

9. A Cute Commemorative Plate

Commemorative plates aren’t just for adults! Your youngster can make his or her own version of this item.

Once Betty Boop is colored, the page should be trimmed into an oval or circular shape and glued to stiff cardboard.

Red and black pom-poms are perfect for creating a border around the circumference of the “plate,” and a white bow and red craft flower look great at the top.

Using an inexpensive plastic plate stand available at any novelty store, this delightful Betty Boop commemorative plate can be displayed anywhere.

10. Make a Colorful Hanging Ornament

Start this pretty craft by having your youngster trace and cut out three or four big red hearts from construction paper, sealing them in glassine when finished.

Next, let the youngster choose three Betty Boop coloring pages featuring the lovable character in various poses. These should be sealed in contact paper.

The pieces should be strung together vertically with white yarn, and a red craft bow should be added to the bottom. This colorful ornament can be hung in a window or from a porch roof.

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