Polish your crown jewels and prepare for a royal affair with these 20 crown coloring pages that are all free to download and print! These illustrations are perfect for those wanting to dive into the realm of kings, queens, princes, and princesses and all their glamorous crowns and tiaras!
Included in this set are various crown styles, from medieval pieces to modern tiaras and knightly coronets, fairy-tale crowns, majestic royal designs, gem-encrusted styles, and fun doodle crowns. Also highlighted are historic and iconic crowns in all their glimmering glory!
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 Crown Coloring Pages
Here are 10 affordable, fun, and creative craft ideas you can do with your completed coloring page!
10. Wearable Crowns
To make wearable crowns with my pictures, you will need to print out the crowns onto cardstock.
Now, because most of the crowns are set on pages that are oriented in portrait mode, you will also want to reorient them to landscape so you have more paper on either side to work with.
To do that, you will select the entire page and copy/paste it into a word processor document that has been oriented to landscape.
You can resize the crown so that it’s as large as you need it to be.
After you have resized and printed the crowns, you will get your kids to color them in.
Then, when you cut them out, you’ll leave about inch-thick tabs on each side of the crowns.
If those don’t fit around your kid’s head as-is, you can punch holes in the tabs and tie off pieces of string or ribbon that will meet behind your child’s head (and can be tied into a bow).
9. Party Decorations
For her next princess party, you can use my crown pictures as inexpensive décor to give her a “royally” beautiful setting!
You could, for example, follow my instructions above for wearable crowns and instead leave them on the table as part of a centerpiece or place setting.
You could also create a hall of crowns, with each picture colored in and framed.
Or you could have your kids color in and cut out different crowns, string them together, and create bunting to hang over a doorway or on the wall behind the cake.
8. Princess Party Crafts
You can use my crown pictures as activities for your little princess’s party – like setting up a crafting table where the kids decorate the crowns with glitter or sequins.
You could also use the crowns as cut-outs to play “pin the crown on the birthday girl” – with a picture of the birthday girl on the wall and the kids blindfolded.
7. Cake/Cupcake Decorations
For this craft, you will want to resize the crowns so that they’ll fit either the front of a cake or a cupcake.
Print them out and then you – or your kids – can color them in and cut them out.
If you have, or have access to, a laminator, use that on the cut-outs and then cut around the shapes.
You can then stick them into the front of the cake or cupcakes, giving them a truly royal look!
6. Crown Headbands
For this cute take on wearable crowns, you will need cheap plastic headbands – the width is up to you, but the wider, the better.
You’ll print out the crowns you want to use and have your kids color them in and cut them out, leaving half an inch to an inch of paper below the bottom of the crown.
You’ll fold the paper along the bottom of the crown – this will give you a tab you can use to glue the crown to the headband.
Wait for the glue to dry completely before wearing it, you don’t want a glue/hair situation!
5. Bejeweled Crowns
For a fun activity that is perfect for little kids working on their pincer grasp, you will need plastic gems – they can be adhesive or not (if not, you’ll also need glue!).
Have your kids color in the crowns they like, and then have them stick on the faux gems.
You can use a picture that already has gems – the kids can place the jewels over them – or use a plain crown and let your kids add the jewels wherever they like.
4. Crown Hairclips
You’ll need some inexpensive plastic hair clips or barrettes, as well as a hot glue gun.
Print the crowns you want to use onto shrink sheets and have your kids color them in with markers.
Bake per the shrink sheets’ instructions and let cool. Once they’re ready, you can hot glue the crowns to the hairclips or barrettes.
Wait for the glue to dry completely before placing it in the hair, though!
3. Flowery Crowns
For this craft, you will use one of my basic, plain crowns, which your kids can color in however they like (Gold or silver? Yellow or blue? The choice is yours!).
Then you’ll either draw or print out flowers of various sizes and types (you can use my flower pictures here!) and cut them out.
Have your kids arrange the flowers on the crowns in a lovely, artistic manner – or a haphazard, chaotic way, again, the choice is yours! – and glue them down.
2. Royal Crown Mini-Fact Booklet
The history of the crowns of England is fascinating; have your kids look for facts about them and write them directly onto the pages.
They can then color in the crowns, using a picture of the Internet to make it as realistic and true to life as possible.
Then collect the pages together using a bar binder or three-hole punch and a hardcover binder.
To make cute crown earrings or necklaces, you will need jewelry findings, which you can find kits on Amazon or at your craft store.
Print the crowns you want to use onto shrink sheets and have your kids color them in and cut them out.
You’ll likely want to punch holes where the jewelry findings will go (unless you’re making post-earrings).
Bake the cut-outs and wait for them to cool. Then you can add jewelry findings like ear wires or chains and start wearing them immediately!