Rev up your engines and get ready to hit the road with these 20 BMW coloring pages, free for you to download and print! BMWs make an exciting subject to color, capturing the sleek designs and dynamic lines that have made them a symbol of performance and luxury.
In this set, you’ll find a range of BMW models, like the classic BMW M3, the luxurious 7 Series, and the sporty Z4. Also included are action scenes of BMWs on race tracks, vintage BMW throwbacks, BMWs driving through scenic routes, and even a few BMW concept car designs!
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 BMW Coloring Pages
If your child is a car buff, he or she may have lots of finished BMW coloring pages.
Try these terrific crafts to put them to good use.
1. V.I.P Parking
Start this fun craft by giving each youngster three pieces of colorful construction paper.
These should be folded in a canopy shape, leaving an edge on each end so the canopy can be glued to a piece of cardstock.
When each child has colored several BMWs, they should be cut out, leaving an extra bit of paper at the bottom to fold over as a tab.
Then, they can be glued inside their parking places to enjoy shady V.IP. parking!
2. Squishy Fun
To make comical 3D artwork from a BMW coloring page, start by reinforcing the page with a piece of cardboard.
Next, have the youngster decorate the wheels, windows, and bumpers with puffy paint. Then, using tufts of tissue paper, have them fill in other sections.
Finally, use cotton balls coated with silver glitter as tailpipe smoke, and carefully place a layer of plastic wrap over the artwork and staple it in the back.
It will work just like memory foam. The youngsters can hang it up and push their handprints into the artwork and watch it bulge back out for them to do it again.
3. Make a Homemade Card
To make this cute Father’s Day–or Mother’s Day!–card, fold a light blue piece of construction paper in half like a card.
Add a few tufts of cotton at the top of the front cover as a cloud and a strip of green construction paper cut into a fringe at the bottom as grass.
Glue the back third of the BMW cutout to the bottom right of the card, wrapping the rest of it around so that it’s glued inside the card.
On the right side of the card’s interior, the youngster should draw a picture of himself and the parent, with the caption “Fathers/Mothers Day is on the way!”
4. Make A Holiday BMW
For this hilarious craft, turn the BMW into a holiday decoration.
For example, color the BMW pink, cut rabbit ears from construction paper and glue them to the top, and add pipe cleaner whiskers to the front.
Feathers can be added to another cutout, and a red balloon can be dangled from the front bumper to create a turkey.
The youngster may even like to make a “Santa Claus” BMW by coloring the car red, and adding a Santa Claus hat made from red construction paper and pom-poms!
5. Driving Along
Start this craft by having the youngsters design a scene featuring a road or highway.
The landscape can be decorated any way they like, with crayons and markers or embellishments like glitter, sequins, cotton balls, or puffy paint.
Once the BMW is colored and cut out, a craft stick should be added to the back, and a long slit cut across the poster.
When the stick is slid down through the cut, the youngster can use the craft stick to move the car along the scene.
6. Open The Doors
For this fun craft, have the youngsters draw two characters, such as themselves and a best friend, or even cartoon characters. These should be about two inches tall.
When the BMW is colored and cut out, the child should cut around the doors on three sides so that they can be peeled back to appear as if they’re open.
The cutouts can be glued inside, and the doors “shut.” The youngsters can make different characters from time to time to change the scene!
7. A Fun Group Activity
To make this fun decorative ornament, have each youngster color and cut out their favorite BMW.
Using invisible glue, these should be glued in a straight row across an empty wrapping paper cardboard. Both sides should be filled with cutouts.
When a long piece of string is threaded through the roll, this cute ornament can be hung up and displayed anywhere.
8. Stretchy BMW
This hilarious craft begins with each youngster coloring and cutting out a BMW and then cutting the car in half directly in the middle.
Then, they should fold a long strip of construction paper accordion style so that it eventually looks like a tiny square.
Each end can then be glued to the ends of the BMW cutout and spread back apart.
When craft sticks are glued to each end of the cutout, the youngsters can “open and close” this comical stretchy car.
9. A Realistic BMW
For this fun craft, use an empty paper towel cardboard, cut down to about three-quarters. Lay the cardboard down, and cut a rectangle in the top.
Glue the BMW cutout from the coloring page on one side, and twist a pipe cleaner into a steering wheel with a long column. Staple the end inside the cardboard roll.
Embellish the wheels with circles cut from black poster board so that the cutout will stand on its own.
For extra fun, add a tiny doll or stick person made from toothpicks!
10. A Colorful Bedroom Decoration
If your child wants something interesting for his or her wall, this craft is perfect.
Have the youngster trace and cut out a tire from black cardstock, adding “tire tread” with black puffy paint.
When he or she has colored several BMWs and cut them out, they can be glued around the circumference of the tire for a terrific poster for a bedroom wall.