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Family Guy Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

Get ready to take a trip to Quahog, Rhode Island, with these 24 Family Guy coloring pages, free for you to download and print! If you’re a fan of the irreverent humor and quirky characters of this iconic animated series, then you’re in for a coloring treat!

In this collection, you’ll encounter not just the immediate Griffin family—Peter, Lois, Meg, Chris, Stewie, and Brian—but also a host of other Quahog residents like Glenn Quagmire, Cleveland Brown, and Joe Swanson. So grab your coloring tools, and let’s bring the zany world of Family Guy to colorful life!

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 Family Guy Coloring Pages

Here are 10 affordable, fun, and creative craft ideas you can do with your completed coloring page!

10. Gift Wrap

If you have a Family Guy fanatic in your life, delight them by wrapping their next small gift in a Family Guy picture.

You can simply print out the illustration you want to use, color it in (get your kids to help!), and wrap the present with the picture facing outward.

If they open it carefully, they’ll have an intact illustration that they can save – and you’ll get bonus points for being the cool friend or relative.

9. Paper Figures

Since there are many males who would be horrified at the thought of playing with “paper dolls,” I bring you my take on Family Guy “paper figures.”

You can turn the characters from my illustrations into fun little playthings that your kids can use to follow along with episodes or create their own scenarios.

To do this, simply print out the characters you want to use onto cardstock, color them in, and cut them out.

That’s it! If you don’t have cardstock, you can use two or three pages of regular printer paper or printer paper and construction paper.

8. Party Decorations

Are you throwing a Family Guy-themed party and don’t want to break the bank on decorations? I’ve got you.

So many of my Family Guy pictures would translate well into party decorations, from Glenn Quagmire dancing to Lois Griffin smiling.

You could cut out individual characters, string them together, and make bunting, or turn them into cupcake toppers.

Use them in conjunction with balloons for a fun table centerpiece, or just color in full pictures and hang them on the walls.

7. Temporary Tattoos

To turn my Family Guy pictures into temporary tattoos, you will need a laser printer and temporary tattoo paper.

You can digitally color in the individual figures you want to use and then print them onto the tattoo paper.

Transfer instructions will vary based on the type of paper you have, but generally, it will involve cutting out the tattoo, soaking it onto the skin with a washcloth, and lifting.

6. Brian Puffers

Brian, the wise-cracking, sarcastic family dog, by virtue of his shape makes for perfect puffer figurines.

Print out two of the same pictures of Brian and cut both out. (Since he’s white, you don’t actually have to color anything in.)

You’re going to start stapling the two pieces together up by his head, filling him in with cotton balls as you go.

Go all around his body, stapling and filling with cotton balls, until you reach the bottom; then close him up.

5. Pins

For a small fashion statement (or statement of fandom), you can turn my Family Guy pictures into wearable pins.

To do this, you will print the characters you want to use onto shrink sheets. Color them in with markers and cut them out.

Bake per the instructions and let cool. Once they’ve cooled to the touch, go in with a hot glue gun and pin-backs.

Let the glue dry completely before attaching it to your shirts and hoodies, canvas totes, and even shoes.

4. Fluffy Brians

Here’s a craft that is perfect for kindergarteners and younger.

Make fluffy Brians with cotton balls dipped in glue and attached to the picture within the lines of his character.

Repeat until he’s “filled up”; it’s just a cute way to get your little ones involved in your love for Family Guy!

3. Computer Background Wallpaper

If you’re a whiz with Photoshop (or Paint, for that matter), you can color in my Family Guy pictures and use them as background wallpaper on your computer.

Or, you can share the files with friends and family so that they can use them as wallpaper, screen savers, etc. for their desktops and laptops.

2. Paper Plate Wall Hanging

For a fun Family Guy-themed kids’ craft, pick an illustration and then center a paper plate over it and trace around.

Cut out the circle and then have your little ones color in the picture.

Next, they’ll paste the picture onto the paper plate (they can also trim down the circle so that it fits the center part only).

Then poke two holes near the top, thread some string through, and tie it off – voila, you have a hangable Family Guy picture.

1. Greeting Cards

So many of my Family Guy pictures would make great greeting cards like Peter Coming Out Of Cake for a birthday or Brian Griffin Holding Cocktail Glass for an anniversary.

You can reorient the pictures so that they take up half a page or even a quarter of the page, add greeting card text, print, and then fold accordingly.

Whatever you opt to do, once they’re colored in and ready to go, your recipient will no doubt love their card – and burst out laughing when they see it.

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