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Buzz Lightyear Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

Blast off into infinity and beyond with these 20 Buzz Lightyear coloring pages that are yours to freely download and print! With these sheets, kids (and adults, too!) can go on a thrilling voyage into the adventurous universe of Toy Story, featuring everyone’s favorite intergalactic hero, Buzz Lightyear.

For this series, you will find a huge range of Buzz illustrations, including many iconic scenes of Buzz Lightyear from the many Pixar Toy Story movies, Buzz with his best friend Woody, Buzz facing off with the fierce Zorg, Buzz’s Star Cruiser, 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 Buzz Lightyear Coloring Pages

Buzz Lightyear is a favorite Toy Story character of many youngsters.

Try some of these terrific craft ideas if your child’s coloring pages have piled up.

1. Give Buzz Lightyear His Own Rocket

Begin this super-easy craft with an empty paper towel cardboard, positioned vertically, and add craft paper “rocket launchers” to the bottom.

Simply cut out triangles and push them into vertical slits cut into the base. Next, cut a window in the rocket.

When Buzz is colored and cut out, place him inside the rocket, looking out the window. Ordinary packing paper can be used to fashion a peek at the rocket’s top.

The child now has a superhero centerpiece to be displayed anywhere!

2. What’s The Buzz On The Moon?

Since Buzz Lightyear can fly through space, why not send him to the moon?

Start this easy activity by tracing and cutting out a moon from craft paper and attaching it to a long craft stick.

Once Buzz is colored and cut out, he can be placed on the moon wherever the child likes.

Use the stick to place it in a decorated vase, jar, or even a square of styrofoam for a fun ornament.

3. Flying Around

Begin this unique craft with an empty bathroom tissue cardboard-turned-airplane.

Simply cut two long ovals from paper, position the roll horizontally, and glue one on top and one underneath. Add a craft stick propeller to one end of the roll.

Next, a long, round craft stick can be poked up through the bottom, allowing the child to “fly” the plane through the air.

When Buzz is colored and cut out, he can be glued to the plane’s top as if he’s going for a freestyle ride! 

4. Make a Buzz Lightyear Kite

This engaging craft is not only a great classroom activity, but it’s also perfect for individual fun. Using Kraft paper, have the youngsters trace and cut out a simple kite.

It should be reinforced with craft sticks or pipe cleaners. Buzz Lightyear should be colored, cut out, and glued to the back of the kite. Invisible glue works best for this.

When kite string and a rubber bracelet handle are added, Buzz can be “flown” through the air. This kite will fly surprisingly well!

5. Rocket Launcher Puppet

Start this easy craft with ordinary brown paper bags turned upside down as puppets.

When Buzz is colored, his head and body should be cut out separately, the head glued to the smaller part of the bag and the body to the longer section.

Next, have the youngsters decorate large craft sticks with green and white pom-poms and glue them across the puppets’ backs as Buzz Lightyear’s rocket launchers.

When pipe cleaners are added as funny arms and legs, the youngsters have comical 3D puppets!

6. Buzz Feeds the Birds

Several coloring pages may be needed for this craft, but this will please the children!

Start with an empty, quart-size cardboard milk container, cutting a large “door” a few inches up from the bottom. 

Cutouts from the Buzz Lightyear coloring pages should be used to laminate the container.

A slit at the bottom for a popsicle stick becomes the bird’s perch, and when the bottom is filled with birdseed, the youngsters can enjoy watching their fine feathered friends.

7. Make a Unique Decal for a Notebook

To make this terrific decal, use a coloring page featuring Buzz Lightyear’s full head and face.

Cut a circle from glassine or an old page cover, and glue it on top of the character’s face. Cut out the entire ensemble and set it aside.

Next, cut a long rectangle from white poster board or craft paper, and glue it to the bottom of the circle to create an instant space helmet.

Use this cutout decal style to decorate a notebook, ring binder, or folder!

8. Design a One-of-a-Kind Invitation

To make this unique card, have the youngster color and cut out Buzz and glue him to a piece of rectangular-shaped poster board, positioned vertically.

A message can be written inside with a calligraphy pen or puffy paint.

Next, the child can decorate a long craft stick as the superhero’s rocket launcher and glue or tape it on the back. A fold should be made just under the craft stick.

When the card is opened, it will appear as if Buzz is standing up with the “rocket launchers” positioned perfectly!

9. To Infinity and Beyond

To make this easy paper plate craft, have the youngster color and cut out Buzz and glue a layer of cotton balls to the back of the cutout.

This is then glued to a small square of cardboard, onto which another layer of cotton balls should be pasted.

Next, let the child spray an ordinary paper plate with black craft paint, adding silver glitter to create “outer space.”

When the ensemble is glued to the plate’s center, it becomes a remarkable piece of 3D art to display anywhere!

10. Applause for Buzz Lightyear

Begin this hilarious craft by having the youngsters trace both hands on a piece of white craft paper, with a few extra inches at the bottom, and staple them together to open like a book.

On the front, pipe cleaners, wiggle eyes, and puffy paint can be used to create a funny abstract version of Buzz Lightyear’s face. 

Next, the superhero should be colored, cut out, folded in half, and glued inside the hands, so that when they “applaud,” he emerges!

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