On this page, you will find 26 original Bowser coloring pages that are entirely free to download or print! I included many versions and styles of Bowser, from the classic villain in the Super Mario series, cute kawaii Bowser, Lego Bowser, Bowser with Mario and Luigi, Bowser with Princess Peach, and many more!
These printables are great for young ones (and adults, too, of course!) who are big fans of Bowser and the Super Mario universe. Whether you are looking for an artsy activity, party decorations, or a lazy afternoon craft project, these coloring pages will cover all the bases!
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!
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10 Craft Ideas To Do With Bowser Coloring Pages
Bowser is that video game persona that kids love to hate.
Here are 10 terrific, affordable, and creative craft ideas to do with the finished coloring pages.
1. A Fire-Breathing Decoration
Begin this craft with your youngster coloring and cutting out circles from orange construction paper.
They should be reinforced with cardboard and holes made on either side of each circle with a hole punch.
Once Bowser is colored, he should be cut out into cardboard. The orange circles can be vertically threaded together, with Bowser at the bottom.
When hung up, this fire-breathing Bowser will brighten any room!
2. Where is Bowser?
For this fun creation, fill an empty milk carton with craft sand, laminating the outside with a Bowser coloring page.
Next, color and cut out Bowser, reinforcing the cutout with cardboard.
A slit should be cut in the bottom of the container or cup, and a craft stick should be pushed up through. Finally, glue Bowser to the craft stick.
The stick can then be used to make Bowser emerge dramatically from inside the cup, and the sand will hold him in place the rest of the time.
3. Classroom Fun With Bowser
This classroom activity is a failsafe choice for youngsters of all ages.
Begin by working together to create a long, green chain from construction paper.
Next, the children should cut Bowser from their finished coloring pages and attach the cutouts to the green paper chain.
This will look like the characters are using their claws to climb the chain, and this fun craft can be displayed anywhere.
4. An Easy Paper Plate Craft
This interesting craft is easy and begins with an ordinary paper plate turned upside down.
It should be glued to a piece of poster board, which will serve as a background.
Using markers or crayons, the child can draw bricks to resemble a wall, and a horizontal slit should be cut in the center of the plate.
When Bowser is colored and cut from the page, he can be tucked down into the slit to appear as if he is “breaking out” from behind the wall.
5. A Funny Bowser Party Hat
Bowser is famous for his thick spikes, so Bowser’s coloring pages are perfect for making a fun party hat.
Once Bowser is colored, the page can be trimmed so that it can be wrapped around an ordinary paper party hat.
Wiggle eyes, puffy paint, and tiny craft teeth can be used to embellish the character, and elastic string can be added to keep the hat in place.
These fun hats can be used for a birthday party or any occasion the youngster prefers.
6. A Cute Bowser Poster
To make a cute, colorful poster, start with a piece of construction paper or poster board, and let the youngster draw a ring of spikes resembling those seen on Bowser.
These can be decorated with craft gems, glitter, or puffy paint.
When Bowser is colored and cut from the page, he can be centered in the middle of the spiked circle for an adorable poster that can be displayed anywhere!
7. A Unique Bowser Dart Game
This enjoyable craft can be done in small groups for the most fun. Give each group of youngsters a large piece of poster board, which they can decorate as desired.
When the Bowser coloring pages are finished, the children should carefully cut the characters from the pages, arrange them on the poster board, and glue them fast.
Each cutout should be given a random numerical value, and the poster should be hung on a damage-proof surface.
Youngsters can then have fun with their own game of darts!
8. Beware, Bowser
This craft idea requires only some corkboard, a coloring page, and a few simple craft items.
When the coloring page is complete, it should be glued to a piece of thin corkboard, the latter of which can then be trimmed to size.
With brightly colored puffy paint, the youngster can write “Beware” at the top. It can be made fancy with glitter, wiggle eyes, or anything the child desires.
The finished craft can be hung on the youngster’s bedroom door as a warning to “Keep Out.”
9. Bowser Climbs From the Tunnel
Start this craft with an empty wrapping paper cardboard, from which the youngsters can create the Mario Brothers’ famous tunnel, laminated with a Bowser coloring page.
When another Bowser is colored, he should be glued to cardboard and carefully cut out.
The cutout can then be stapled to the top of the roll, appearing as if Bowser is climbing from the tunnel.
The bottom edge of the cardboard roll can be pushed into a piece of square styrofoam, and this fun decoration will stand on its own!
10. Make a Bowser Desk Ornament
This cute craft requires only an empty bathroom tissue cardboard, some tissue paper, wiggle eyes, and pom-poms.
Once Bowser is colored, he should be cut out and glued to the outside of the paper roll, positioned vertically.
Wiggle eyes, pipe cleaner horns, and orange tissue paper for “fire” can be added to bring Bowser to life.
Two green pom-poms are perfect for comical feet, and your child has an adorable desktop ornament.