Step into a whimsical world of rural charm with these 20 Cottagecore coloring pages, available for you to download and print completely free! As you color, let these pages transport you to a serene countryside filled with vintage aesthetics and pastoral pleasures.
In this collection, you’ll find picturesque scenes of quaint cottages surrounded by wildflowers, serene ponds, farm animals grazing, and lovely picnics under canopies of trees. Whether you’re a longtime admirer of the Cottagecore aesthetic or new to its comforting embrace, these pages offer a relaxing retreat into a simpler, cozier world.
To use any of these free printables, you can click on any of the below images or links to open the high-resolution PDF on a new page. From there, you can freely download or print to your heart’s content!
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 Cottagecore Coloring Pages
Nothing is more harmonious with nature and the simple life than Cottagecore.
Coloring pages featuring this theme can be made into endless crafts, so have fun trying some of these easy, affordable activities.
1. Make a Paperweight Gift Set
Virtually any Cottagecore page can be used to make a beautiful paperweight or bookend set.
Ordinary rocks can be used in keeping with the nature theme, and interesting shapes can be cut from the pages, limited only by the crafter’s imagination.
Glue these cute cutouts to the rocks using carpenter’s glue or invisible glue, and use three coats of acrylic spray to seal the work.
This pretty paperweight gift set is a great gift for anyone!
2. Add a Simple Touch to a Classroom
Children will have fun making this bright classroom banner, and this craft is especially nice for youngsters who enjoy using colored pencils.
When each child has finished the page of his or her choice, it should be trimmed in the shape of the youngster’s first initial.
Then, they can be strung together to create a unique and interesting classroom banner. The closer you look at each letter, the more you’ll see!
3. Make a Cottagecore Pumpkin
Pumpkins are fun in autumn but can be used any time of year for a beautiful, natural decoration. The only thing that makes them better is decorating them Cottagecore-style.
Choose a page featuring several items that can be cut out separately and use them to decorate the pumpkin however desired.
In between the cutouts, use permanent marker or paint to draw simple swirls or designs to make the pumpkin extra fancy.
Use this adorable craft as a centerpiece, or place it on the front porch or in a garden.
4. Make a Cottagecore Hideaway
This craft is great as a group activity but is fun for anyone. Give the youngsters a simple box, such as a shoebox, and use craft paint to color it a light shade.
They can cut doors or windows in the “cottage” and even add a chimney made from simple construction paper or an empty bathroom tissue roll.
The cottage can then be decorated with cutouts from the coloring pages, and the youngsters can use it to store secret items or simply display it on a desk or bureau.
5. Make a Cottagecore Wreath
Start this fun craft by giving each youngster an inexpensive twig wreath–easily found at any discount or craft store.
The wreath should be wrapped in green or blue tissue paper, allowing the twigs to stick out in different areas to give it a rustic appearance.
Next, using cutouts from the finished coloring pages, decorate the wreath around its entire circumference, attaching the cutouts with craft glue.
Make a big yarn bow at the top and display this wreath anywhere!
6. Laminate Shelves and Drawers
Nothing is better for laminating shelves and drawers in a country kitchen than Cottagecore coloring pages.
Make sure the surfaces are clean and dry, and then use the pages in their entirety, just like shelf paper.
Don’t forget to laminate the insides of your cupboard doors with additional pages.
Seal the work with acrylic spray or contact paper, and these liners will last a surprisingly long time.
7. Cottagecore Gift Wrap
Cottagecore coloring pages are perfect to use for wrapping small gifts. To make this extra fun, color the pages with the gift idea in mind.
You can use shades that match the color of the gift or choose pages that feature similar items.
Don’t forget to fashion simple bowls from strips cut from additional pages to make the presents extra fancy. No one will expect it, but everyone will love it!
8. New Cover for an Old Book
Cottagecore coloring pages make beautiful covers for books that have worn out, and almost any page will work for this purpose.
Give novels, cookbooks, and even songbooks a facelift with intricately colored pages. You can even decorate ring binders or notebooks this way.
For extra fun, embellish different parts of the finished pages with glitter, puffy paint, or buttons and craft gems.
9. Window Frame Craft
All children love this craft, and it begins with them tracing and cutting out an intricate window frame, like the kind seen in a church, school, or mansion.
These frames can be made from construction paper or cardstock, but the thicker the paper, the better.
When the Cottagecore coloring page is finished, the youngsters should staple the “frames” over the pages so they open like books.
Now, there are two views of the page, one through the “window frame” and one full view. Hang this cute artwork anywhere for a unique touch of color.
10. Make a Homemade Ruler
Cottagecore pages are fun when used to create a homemade ruler or yardstick.
Start by measuring the length of the tool you want to make and then cut it from ordinary cardboard.
Use the finished pages to laminate the ruler or yardstick, and mark off the measurements with a black permanent marker.
If something needs to be measured, you’ll have the prettiest ruler in town!