Quack open the doors to creativity with these 20 Donald Duck coloring pages that are all free to download and print! If you have students or your own youngsters who adore this classic Disney character with his iconic sailor suit and cap, these pages will surely fill their day with tons of fun!
For this series, you will see Donald Duck’s in his many misadventures, featuring his love interest Daisy, Uncle Scrooge, his mischievous nephews Huey, Dewey, and Louie, and his grumpy yet loveable personality! After coloring, you can paste these into a scrapbook or use them as decorations!
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 as many pages as you want.
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 Donald Duck Coloring Pages
Here are affordable, fun, and creative craft ideas you can do with your completed coloring page!
You’ll need shrink sheets to make Donald Duck pins, which you can find online at Amazon for less than $10.
You’ll print out the Donald figures you want to use onto the shrink sheets and have your kids color them in with markers, and then cut them out.
Bake the cutouts per the instructions and let cool. Once they’re ready, you can hot glue the cutouts to pin backs.
Attach pins to clothes, shoes, backpacks, knapsacks, and more!
9. Mini-Comic Books
Did you know Donald Duck originated more or less as a comic book character?
Take him back to his roots with this fun craft that is perfect for eight to 12-year-olds.
Have your kids pick out three or four Donald pictures and color them in.
They can add text directly onto the page, make Donald speak, say what he’s doing, etc.
This gets their creativity flowing, and it’s also great to get them to practice their handwriting.
Bind the pages using a binding bar; if they feel extra crafty, they can also design a front page.
8. Party Decorations
Whether you’re having a Disney party in general or a Donald Duck-themed party specifically, you don’t have to break the bank to decorate.
You can use my Donald Duck pages as centerpieces, place settings, wall hangings, and more.
7. Gift Bags
In the same vein as the party decorations, you can also use my Donald Duck illustrations to decorate gift bags for your guests to take home.
Print out as many Donald figures as you have gift bags and have your kids help to color them in and cut them out.
Then glue them to plain gift bags (or brown paper bags), making sure to spread the glue all the way to the edge of the cutouts.
You will need a Cricut (or a machine like it) for this craft.
You’ll cut and paste the individual Donald Duck figures you want to turn into stickers onto a word processor document, then print it out onto sticker paper or self-adhesive vinyl.
Then you’ll feed it into your Cricut, and using the Print and Cut feature, it will expertly cut out the stickers along the lines.
You’ll then have stickers you can place on binders, laptops, water bottles – even your car’s rear window!
5. Door Hangers
Grab a piece of cardstock and draw three lines: two long and one short, connecting the two.
On the open side, create an arch to close the rectangle. Then draw a circle within the arch.
Cut out the outline, including the circle, and then cut a single line through the arch, allowing the door hanger to be hung on the doorknob!
Print out, color in, and cut out the Donald Duck figures you (and your kids) want to use, and then paste them to the door hanger, one on each side.
You can stencil messages for each side, like “Enter!” or “Stay Away!”
Break out the paints and supplies – this is a simple but fun craft for your kids to enjoy on a rainy Saturday afternoon.
Just give your kids some paints, a cup of water, paintbrushes, and my Donald Duck pictures, and let their imaginations take over.
You and your kids can create Donald Duck head puppets in just a few steps.
First, color in and cut out Donald Duck’s head in a variety of poses, then place them down onto cardstock to trace.
Cut out the outlines, paste the matching pieces together, and then paste on a popsicle stick to the backs.
Wait for the glue to dry, and then pick up your new puppets and act out a whole bunch of scenarios for Donald to get involved in.
Donald Duck is such a ubiquitous Disney character – so share the love!
You’ll need flat-topped rocks about three inches wide and Mod Podge.
Copy and paste the Donald Duck figures onto a single word processor document and resize them so they’re about two-and-a-half inches tall.
Print them out and have your kids color them in and cut them out.
Then they’re going to Mod Podge the cut-outs to the rocks, applying at least a few coats.
Once they’re totally dry (you might want to wait overnight), you can place them in planters for decoration or put them out in your garden.
Or, you can partake in the “Rock Out” craze and leave them around parks or trails for others to find.
1. Pin The Hat On Donald Duck Party Game
Pick a Donald Duck picture where his hat is prominent and resize the picture so that his head fills the page.
Print it out multiple times (you’re just going to use the hats for the bulk of the print-outs) and color in just one head and all the hats.
You’re going to cut out the head and hat for one page and then just the hats for the other pages.
Trace the head and hats on cardstock, cut out those outlines, then paste the matching pieces together.
You can hang the Donald head on your wall but put a piece of cardboard under it to avoid so many pinpricks in your wall.
Then poke thumbtacks through the hats, spin your party guests around, and let them try to pin the hat on Donald!