Prepare to evolve your creativity with these 22 Eevee coloring pages that are all free to download and print! These sheets are a fantastic resource for parents and educators who wish to delve into the captivating world of Pokemon, specifically focusing on the versatile and endearing creature, Eevee.
For this series, I illustrated Eevee in various evolutions and poses, including Vaporeon, Jolteon, Flareon, Espeon, Umbreon, Leafeon, Glaceon, and Sylveon! Also included are many other related themes, including Pokemon balls, Eevee playing with Pikachu, and even a cute kawaii-themed Eevee!
To start coloring any of these pages, click on any of the below pictures or links to open the PDF copy on a new page. Once opened, you can then freely download and print as many times as you like!
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 Eevee Coloring Pages
Here are 10 affordable, fun, and creative craft ideas you can do with your completed coloring page!
10. TP Roll Eevees
The best part about this craft is that you don’t really have to color in the TP roll because it’s already brown.
What you’re going to do is print off an Eevee picture where its face and bushy chest are prominent, as well as its tail.
Have your kids color them in and cut them out. They’re going to glue the face/chest piece to one end of the TP roll and the tail to the other.
If your Eevee picture doesn’t feature four perfect legs, no problem – you’ll just cut out roughly leg-shaped pieces from construction paper and glue them to the sides of the TP roll.
The end result is a stand-up (and stand-alone) Eevee figure that you can use to play – or display!
9. Cupcake Or Cake Toppers
To make a cupcake or cake toppers out of my Eevee illustrations, you may want to resize the figures to be about two or three inches tall at most.
You can then print them off and color them in; if you have a laminator, you can also use that! (If you don’t, no worries – it’s not absolutely needed.)
You’ll then glue extra-long toothpicks to the backs of the cut-outs and wait for the glue to dry completely before sticking it into your baked goods!
8. Book Covers
You’ll need to copy and paste the Eevee picture of your choice into a word processor document that is oriented to landscape.
Center and resize the picture on the right-hand side so that there is about an inch margin all around.
Print that and lay it on a flat surface, picture side down. Next, take your book and lay it over the top of the page, centering it so that there are equal parts of paper at the top and bottom.
Use a pencil to draw a line to mark where the book’s hardback cover lies and set the book aside.
You’re going to fold in the page where you have it marked. This will create flaps you can slide over the book’s hardcover.
7. Eevee Crowns
Turn my Eevee pictures into crowns that will spur imaginative play.
Pick an illustration where its face is prominent; have your kids color it in and cut it out.
Next, you’ll need brown construction paper, which you’ll cut into two-inch wide strips.
Loop the strips (as many as you need) so that it fits around your kids’ heads. Have them glue on the Eevee face and wait for it to dry before wearing.
To make bookmarks, you’ll need cardstock or construction paper in whatever color you want, cut into a four-inch by eight or 10-inch rectangle.
You’ll color in and cut out an Eevee figure and then paste it onto the rectangle.
You can do this one of a few ways – sideways so that the entire body fits. Or you can just use its head and paste it so that its ears rise above the edge of the bookmark.
This way, when you’re looking at the book, you can see the ears popping up from the page!
To make Eevee keychains, you will need shrink sheets, as well as keychain attachments (and pliers, if they have certain types of O-rings).
You’ll print the Eevee figures you want to use onto the shrink sheets and have your kids color them in with markers.
Then they’ll cut them out and punch a hole where they want the keychain attachment to go.
You’ll bake the cut-outs per the instructions and wait for them to cool. Then affix the keychain attachment, and you have a cute new accessory that’s perfect for lanyards and backpacks!
4. Eevee Pokemon Card Boxes
For this craft, you’ll need to pick up plain, solid-color memory boxes from your local craft store.
You’ll print out the Eevee figures you want to use, color them in and cut them out.
Next, you’ll Mod Podge the cut-outs to the box – you can focus just on the top or put some on the sides, too.
Wait for the Mod Podge to dry, and you have an Eevee-themed box for holding your Pokemon cards!
3. Eevee Slinky Figures
To make the “slinky” part of Eevee’s body, your kids will need two strips of brown construction paper, about eight to 10 inches long.
They’ll hold the strips so that they meet perpendicularly, then fold one side down, then the other over it, again and again until it forms a chain. Glue both ends securely.
Then they’ll color in and cut out Eevee’s head and chest, and tail and glue them on either side.
2. E Is For Eevee Posters
To help kids learn their alphabet, you’ll have them cut out E’s from construction paper, then paste them to a different color page of construction paper.
They’ll write “Is For Eevee” to the right of the letter. Then they can color in, cut out and paste on an Eevee figure to finish off the poster.
1. Party Invitations
If you’re hosting a Pokemon-themed birthday party, you can save some money on invitations by using my Eevee illustrations.
Copy/paste the picture you want to use into a word processor document, resize it to a fourth of the page, and place it in the upper-left corner – upside down.
You can also type in the party info on the bottom-right quadrant.
Then you’ll fold the page down so that the illustration is right-side up and then in half again.