On this page, you will find 26 original farm coloring pages that are all free to print or download! I illustrated many types and styles of farm scenes for this series, including bustling farmyards, hardworking farmers, friendly farm animals, common farm machinery, detailed landscapes, simple illustrations for kids, and many more!
These printables are perfect for kids or adults who are interested in the charming and wholesome world of farming and looking for something creative to do. Once the coloring pages are complete, you can then use them as farm-themed party decorations, banners, wallpaper, placemats, stencils, and so much more!
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!
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10 Craft Ideas To Do With Farm Coloring Pages
A day on the farm is a favorite activity for any child.
Here are 10 affordable, fun, and creative craft ideas you can do with your completed coloring page!
1. Make a One-of-a-Kind Welcome Sign
Once the youngster has colored and cut out a farmhouse, some animals, and other exciting items, they should be attached to a poster board with invisible glue.
On a border left at the bottom, the child can write “Welcome” or “Home Sweet Home” with a large marker or puffy paint.
To make it extra sturdy, glue the poster to a corkboard and seal the front with acrylic spray for an adorable lasting sign.
2. A Unique and Imaginative Farmhouse Decoration
This super easy craft is ideal for youngsters of any age and requires several coloring pages.
Three farmhouse animals should be colored, cut from the pages, and glued to the backs of three paper plates. A cow, chicken, and pig work great for this part.
Next, a large farmhouse should be colored from one of the pages and pasted to a square poster board.
With the farmhouse at the top, yarn should be used to attach these creations vertically for a unique, decorative hanging ornament.
3. An Adorable Sheep Farm
Farm coloring pages featuring sheep and ducks are always a winner with children, and they’re also perfect for framable 3D art!
Once the coloring page is complete, the youngsters can bring the critters to life.
Cotton balls can be glued to give the sheep “wool” and orange felt can be cut into duck beaks.
If the background features a sun or a farmhouse, glitter, puffy paint, or crêpe paper can be used to embellish these, and your child has beautiful, framable art.
4. Rise and Shine Kitchen Sign
Roosters are frequently seen on coloring pages featuring farms, and such scenes are perfect for this cute kitchen sign.
Once the roosters are colored, text bubbles can be drawn on the page.
The words “Rise and Shine” should then be written in the bubble or any “good morning” message the child chooses.
The kitchen is a great place to hang this cute sign once it’s sealed in glassine, but if you have a barn, it’ll look great there too!
5. A Diverse Farm Animal Mobile
Mobiles often feature the same type of animal or design, but to make one extra fancy, your child can color various farm animals to create a more exciting ornament.
Farm animals can be cut out, sealed in contact paper, and attached with thread or twine to the ring using an old embroidery ring.
Make sure to hang them at different lengths to create a full look.
Your youngster can then add tassels, pom-poms, or streamers to the bottom for a bright, colorful mobile for his or her room.
6. A Farm-Themed Container for Grill Utensils
Farm-themed coloring pages are ideal for making simple containers in which to store grilling utensils, turning forks and knives, or serving spoons.
Give your youngster several empty half-gallon milk carton containers that have been cleaned and dried. The tops should be cut completely off.
The farm coloring pages can be used to laminate the outside of the cartons. Several coats of acrylic spray are recommended so that the cartons will last.
They’re the perfect size for large utensils, such as those used for a cookout!
7. Give a Cookbook a Facelift
Why not let your child give your old cookbooks a facelift with some brightly colored farm scenes?
For this craft, the pages can be left in their entirety, or the individual items can be cut and used decal-style to decorate the front and back of the cookbook.
If the decal technique is used, a plain sheet of paper should be affixed to the front and back of the book first.
Either way, the finished art should be sealed with contact paper, and your recipe books look brand-new.
8. Laminate an Old Watering Pail
If you have some boring watering pails that need a splash of color, farm-themed coloring pages are the ideal solution.
Once several pages have been colored, your child can have fun using Krazy glue to laminate watering pails and similar items in your garage or barn.
Always use an acrylic spray to seal the artwork, especially if the items are typically used outdoors.
Buckets, barrels, and even wheelbarrows can also benefit from this fun activity, so let your child’s imagination run wild!
9. Make an Original Barn Decoration
Start this super fun craft with an old handle from a bucket. It should be positioned like an upside-down horseshoe.
Once your youngster has finished several coloring pages, they can be pasted to cardboard, and the individual items cut out and glued across the top of the bucket handle.
Another page should be colored and glued to a square of cardboard.
Tie a piece of yarn to each end of the arc and attach the ends to the finished coloring page, so it dangles underneath for a cheerful barn decoration.
10. Fun Farmhouse Placemats
Using a set of plain placemats from a discount store, let your child’s imagination run wild, decorating the top of the placemat with items cut from the finished coloring pages.
Glitter, wiggle eyes, stickers, pom-poms, and other craft items can be used to embellish the artwork.
Next, seal the finished design in contact paper and see what your youngster comes up with next. These cute placemats will be perfect for any occasion.