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Cherry Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

Sweetness, summer, and red delicacies come together in these 20 cherry coloring pages, available for you to download and print at no cost. This rosy collection celebrates the beloved fruit synonymous with tantalizing flavor and seasonal indulgence.

Whether you love the deep red color of a ripe cherry, the sweet tangy taste when you bite into one, or the way cherries decorate a dessert, you’ll find the perfect summery canvas to express your creativity, one coloring page at a time!

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To start coloring, click on any of the below images or links to open the free PDF. Once opened, you can then download or print to your heart’s content.

All of the below pages are on US letter-sized paper, but they also scale perfectly onto A4 paper too! Happy coloring!

10 Craft Ideas To Do With Cherry Coloring Pages

Cherry coloring pages can be simple or complex, and they lend themselves well to many crafts.

If your youngster has completed lots of them, try these top ten activities.

1. Cherry Emojis

This highly entertaining craft requires only the coloring pages and a black magic marker. 

When seven or eight cherries have been colored and cut from the finish pages, they should be arranged on a black or white piece of cardstock and glued fast.

Then, a black magic marker should be used to turn them into emojis. The youngster can choose from hundreds of ideas, making each one different from the last.

Display this unique and interesting poster anywhere.

2. 3D Cherry Tree

This one-of-a-kind classroom craft begins with the youngsters drawing a giant tree on black or white craft paper.

The top should be embellished with tufts of green tissue paper, which can be attached with dots of invisible glue.

Then, when the youngsters have colored and cut out lots of cherries, they can “decorate” the tree with their finished artwork.

For extra fun, they can add their initials to the center of the cherries!

3. Cute Learning Activity

This cute craft can also be used as a learning activity and begins with the youngster coloring two large cherries connected by their stems.

They can be embellished with red glitter, and brown pipe cleaners can be used to add depth to the stems.

On the back side of the cherries, the youngsters can write facts about this yummy fruit or interesting, little-known trivia about its history.

A string or piece of yarn can be added to hang the cutout so that the artwork and the interesting facts can be displayed by turning it back and forth.

6. Make Unique Game Pieces

If your youngster has pieces from old games that are no longer played, they can be repurposed with this fun craft.

Any circular game pieces will work, and all the child must do is use rubber cement or krazy glue to add the cherries to both sides of the circle.

Seal them with clear tape, contact paper, or a coat or two of acrylic spray. Use any type of container to serve as a cherry bucket, and the children can play “toss the cherry.”

They can stand closer or farther to make it easier or more difficult!

5. Create Cherry Coasters

To make this unique set of coasters, give the youngster an ordinary set from any discount store. Cherries for the finished coloring pages should be used to laminate the top.

Seal the artwork in contact paper, and have the youngsters cut “stems” from construction paper and glue them on.

Using a black marker, the words “tea,” “coffee,” “cider,” and “cocoa” should be written on the stems.

This original set of coasters can be displayed as a decoration or used as a handcrafted gift! 

6. Giant Cherry Artwork

This engaging craft begins with the youngster coloring a page featuring a giant cherry. When this is cut from the page, it should be glued to the back of an ordinary paper plate.

The cherry should then be embellished with sequins or glitter, and green tissue paper can be added as leaves.

Finally, glue a brown pipe cleaner to the cutout to create a 3D stem, and display this giant cherry anywhere that needs a pop of color.

7. Make a Fancy Container

An old coffee can is perfect for this craft, and the youngster should start by laminating it with white construction paper.

The can should then be decorated using cutouts from the finished coloring pages, and silver or gold glitter should be added in the spaces in between.

Additional cutouts can be attached to the bottom rim of the can with simple twine and clear tape for a unique wind chime-style ornament.

8. A Cheery Cherry Classroom Banner

This simple craft is great for youngsters of all ages, and begins with each child’s coloring and cutting out any kind of cherry desired. They don’t have to be the same size.

If the children have colored lots of pages, they can use more than one for this craft.

“Stems” should be added, using thin pieces of cardboard, on which each youngster should write his or her name.

The cherries can then be strung together with green yarn or embroidery thread and hung in the classroom as if they are waiting to be picked!

9. Make a One-of-a-Kind Greeting Card

Begin this craft by having each youngster cut long, thin strips from red and tan construction paper.

These should be used to create a simple crisscross pattern on a piece of cardstock. This will look just like the surface of a cherry pie.

It should then be stapled over a blank piece of paper to serve as a card.

Then, decorate the inside with numerous cherries from various coloring pages, leaving a bit of blank space for a message. This unique card is perfect for any occasion!

10. A Cherry Blossom Tree 

For this innovative craft, the youngster should draw a large tree on a piece of cardstock and decorate the green section with pink pom-poms. These are “cherry blossoms.”

Then, small pairs of cherries from the different coloring pages should be cut out and added to the tree’s center.

Add some pieces of bright, curling ribbon to the bottom of the cutout, and use pink or red yarn to hang this cute artwork in a window or doorway.

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