On this page, you will find 36 original Cinderella coloring pages that are all free to download and print! For this series, I illustrated a wide range of styles, characters, and scenes from the Cinderella movies, including Princess Cinderella, the ugly stepsisters, the wicked stepmother, plus many more!
These printables are great for kids (and adults, too!) who want to do something creative with their time that doesn’t involve a screen. Once the coloring pages are completed, they can be used as party decorations, banners, artwork for a classroom/bedroom, placemats, and many other artsy uses!
To start coloring any of these pages, click on any of the below pictures or links to open the high-resolution PDF on a new page. Once opened, you can download and print, for free, as many times as you want!
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 Cinderella Coloring Pages
Here are 10 fun, cheap, and creative craft ideas you can use with your completed coloring pages!
10. Greeting Cards
My Cinderella coloring pages would make adorable greeting cards, whether it’s for a little girl’s birthday or simply a note to family and friends to say hello.
The way I would make the card is to get on the computer first and shrink the image down to a fourth of its regular size.
Then I’d place the image in the lower-right corner of the page and print it off. From there, you’ll fold it over, end to end, once, and then fold it over again – so the illustration is on top.
Then have your little one color in the picture, as per usual. Be sure to write a sweet message on the inside, and because it’s such a cute little keepsake, consider adding the date on the back!
9. Wrapping Paper
For small gift boxes, like jewelry, why not have your little one do the wrapping in the paper that she colored?
You can print out the illustration of her choice on 8.5 x 11” paper, or if you have the printer capabilities, you can go larger for slightly bigger boxes.
Just have your little one color in the page and then center the box in the middle, with the illustration facing downward.
That should leave you with the main character front and center on the wrapped gift.
8. Gift Bag Decorations
If the gift you’re giving is too large or oddly shaped to be wrapped, consider instead using my Cinderella coloring pages as the decoration on a gift bag.
Encourage your child to color in the central figure(s) of whichever illustration they choose – whether it’s Cinderella, the Fairy Godmother, the Mice, or even the glass slipper.
Then have them cut out the figure carefully, following along the outline of their shape.
You can glue the figure to the front of the bag – or do two figures and cover the front and the back.
Either way, it’s a cute personalization to jazz up any old boring gift bag.
7. Birthday Party Decorations
In keeping with the party theme, why not encourage your child to have a Cinderella-themed birthday party – and have them pitch in on the decorations?
Starting a few weeks beforehand, have your child color in various illustrations, making sure to get all the characters – yes, even the evil stepmother!
Then they can cut out the figures (or groups of figures) and place them on the walls, hanging from the ceiling, by the food, on the tables, etc.
Puzzles are quick and easy, and they’re a great activity if you’re leading a classroom of young students.
Have the kids pick out the illustration they want to turn into a puzzle and color it in. You might want to reinforce the sheet with posterboard pasted to the back.
Then, depending on their ages, either you or they will take a black Sharpie and draw roughly puzzle-shaped designs directly onto the illustrations.
The older the kids, the smaller the pieces can be. Then they’ll cut out the pieces, following the lines they drew.
If you’re a teacher or daycare provider, you can then have the children put the pieces into plastic baggies and swap them with their neighbors.
A cute (and potentially messy, so you’ve been warned!) craft for which to use my Cinderella coloring pages is as the template for painting!
You could use this as a party activity at a Cinderella-themed birthday party. Set up the kids with easels, paints, paintbrushes, and cups of water for rinsing the brushes.
Pretty much everything you need can be found and purchased on the cheap at the dollar store or a craft store.
Or, you could encourage coloring with glitter pens or metallic markers.
4. Memory Cards
To make the memory cards, you will need to decide how many sets of each illustration you want – I’d suggest five for younger kids and 10 for older ones.
Then, using a computer and an art program or word program, you’ll size the illustration down and make a copy of it. Do this for each illustration you’re using.
Print the pages and reinforce them with poster board. Then have the kids color in the illustrations (it’s okay if they don’t get to them all right away!).
There you have it – cards to play the memory game, where you pick up two cards and try to get a match.
For this craft, you’ll have to shrink the illustrations a bit to fit them onto a tree (or the wall or a window).
Have the kids color in the central figure(s) and then cut them out carefully.
Using a pen or sharp pencil, put a little hole in the top of the figure and string ribbon or yarn through, tying it off.
1. Pumpkin Carriages With Cinderella Inside
This pumpkin carriage craft requires you to enlarge the illustration a little bit – just enough so that the coach on the Easy Outline of the Pumpkin Coach fits over a smaller paper plate.
Have the kiddos color in the carriage and then cut it out, taking special care around the wheels.
Depending on their ages, you might have to cut out the window, leaving the curtains intact.
Have them pick a Cinderella from the coloring pages – I like the Beautiful Coloring Page of Cinderella, myself – and color her in, then have them cut out the top half of her.
Place Cinderella about where she’d be looking out from the carriage and paste her onto the face-up paper plate.
Then place the carriage over her, lining up the pumpkin to the rim of the paper plate and gluing it down.