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Bigfoot And Yeti Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

Uncover the legends of the wilderness with these 20 Bigfoot and Yeti coloring pages, all free for you to download and print! With these sheets, journey into the mysterious realms of towering forests and icy mountains, where legends come to life, and the tales of elusive creatures unfold.

Within this set, you’ll encounter scenes of Bigfoot leaving elusive footprints in dense woods, Yetis frolicking in snowy landscapes, and even some epic face-offs between these two legendary beings. Whether you’re a believer in these beasts or simply intrigued by their stories, these coloring pages promise a mix of thrill and creativity!

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 Yeti And Bigfoot Coloring Pages

Here are 10 affordable, imaginative, and creative craft ideas you can do with your completed coloring page!

10. Cotton Ball Yeti Pictures

For a very simple craft that even your youngest will love (and be able to manage), try this cotton ball Yeti craft.

Pick a basic picture of the Yeti and print it out. Then, you’re going to instruct your kids to dip cotton balls in a bit of glue and “fill in” the Yeti’s body.

They’ll do that until he’s all filled in – you could also add googly eyes for an added comical touch!

9. Greeting Cards

If you have a Bigfoot or Yeti enthusiast in your life, you need to use my pictures as greeting cards – you won’t find illustrations like these anywhere else!

You can even add text to the picture of your choice – “I believe” or “I saw Bigfoot!”

Print the pictures off on the half or quarter page and fold them accordingly. Color it in and – with the help of your littles! – and you’ve got a truly unique birthday or any-time card.

8. Dioramas

Here’s a fun craft that will knock out an entire afternoon with your kids, no problem.

Get a cardboard box (old Amazon packages are perfect!), lay it on its side, and cut off the “top.”

Then, print out the Yeti or Bigfoot picture you want to use, color in the main character, and cut him out, leaving about a half-inch of paper underneath his feet.

You’re going to fold that flap of paper under and use that to glue the Yeti/Bigfoot to the diorama floor.

Using paper, plastic figurines, or whatever you have on hand, decorate the diorama to suit your monster’s environment – a snowy tundra for the Yeti or a thick, wooded forest for Bigfoot.

7. Decals

For this craft, you will need a Cricut or similar machine.

You’ll pick out the Bigfoot or Yeti picture you want to turn into a decal and, if you want, digitally color it in and/or add a text.

Print that out onto the decal paper of your choice and then feed it into the Cricut machine using the cut and print feature.

Let the Cricut do its thing; once it’s done, you have a decal you add to your car, your water bottle, or even your laptop.

6. Christmas Tree Ornaments

Make these basic Christmas tree ornaments and light up your tree with the spirit of the unknown!

You’re going to print out ornament templates (you can find some here) onto different colors of cardstock, cut those out, and set them aside.

Then, you’ll print out the Yeti/Bigfoot figures you want to use onto black cardstock and cut those out (you should still be able to see the outlines).

Paste the monster cut-outs to the ornaments, centering them as best you can, and then add a loop of ribbon to hang them onto your tree.

5. Yeti/Bigfoot Fact Booklets

Combine a little fun with a little learning – get your kids to look up facts about Yeti or Bigfoot, write them onto the pages, and then color in the pictures.

To bind, take a three-hole punch to the pages and clasp little O-rings through the holes.

4. Yeti/Bigfoot Layered Wall Art

For this craft, you’ll print out three or four copies of the same Yeti or Bigfoot picture on different colors of cardstock.

Pick which color you want as the background, which is the middle ground (trees, bushes, etc.), and which is the foreground (the monster).

Cut each section out according to color and begin to layer, putting down the background, middle, and foreground.

Then frame the finished product!

3. Kid’s Footprint Bigfoot Crafts

For a cute remembrance of just how small your kiddo’s foot was at one point in time, have them trace their foot (roughly – it doesn’t have to be perfect!) onto construction paper or cardstock.

They’ll cut that out and set it aside.

Then, you’ll resize the Yeti/Bigfoot picture of choice so that the monster will fit inside the footprint; print that out, have your kid color it in, and cut it out.

Paste the monster to the foot cut-out and write something like, “Bigfoot was here!”

2. Yeti/Bigfoot Festival Posters Or Flyers

There are Yeti and Bigfoot festivals popping up all over the U.S. as monsters and cryptids make their way into the mainstream imagination.

If you’re hosting or running an event, you can use my Yeti or Bigfoot pictures as background – or even foreground! – for your flyers or posters

1. Paper Plate Yeti/Bigfoot Crafts

For this craft, you’ll cut a roughly one-inch-wide slit into the center of a paper plate, going from ruffled edge to ruffled edge.

Decorate the front of the plate to match the environment of the monster you’ll be using – a wintry landscape for Yeti or a deep forest for Bigfoot.

Then, you’ll print out, color in, and cut out the Bigfoot or Yeti figure of your choice and paste a crafting stick to the back.

You can make the monster “pop up” through the paper plate, walk a bit, and then “pop down” and disappear – poof! – just like the real monsters themselves have hidden themselves for years!

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