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Goofy Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

Slip on your oversized shoes and adjust your floppy hat with these 26 Goofy coloring pages that are all free to download and print! As one of Disney’s classic and most cherished characters, Goofy’s infectious laughter, clumsy antics, and endearing personality make him a prime choice to color for kids of all ages.

Below, you will find many illustrations of Goofy, including baby Goofy, safari Goofy, summer-themed Goofy, Goofy playing with friends (Pluto, Max, Clarabelle, Mickey Mouse), and also some Christmas, Halloween, and birthday-themed Goofy pages!

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To start coloring, you can click on any of the below images or links. This will then open the PDF on a new page, which can then be downloaded or printed. You can also save these PDFs for digital coloring on an iPad or iPhone!

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 Goofy Coloring Pages

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

10. Masks/Headbands

To make masks or headbands, you will need to isolate Goofy’s face, preferably from an illustration where he is looking straight-on (or a really good side-ish profile!).

You’re going to copy and paste the illustration into a word processor document and then select just Goofy’s face, deleting the rest of the image.

Then you can resize the picture to however large you want it to be – larger if you’re making a mask and not quite so big if you’re making a headband.

Print off the picture and have your kids color it in and cut it out.

If they’re making a mask, they’ll poke holes on either side of the cutout and then tie strings through the holes (enough so that they’ll meet and can be tied behind their heads).

If they’re doing headbands, they can cut two-inch wide strips of construction paper, connect them to create “crowns,” and then paste Goofy’s face onto the front.

Also, if they’re making headbands, they can leave off Goofy’s ears and create their own out of black construction paper, then staple or paste them to the sides of the headband.

9. Goofy Face Puppets

Along the same lines as the masks, you’ll want to isolate and resize Goofy’s face just a bit before printing him out.

Have your kids color in his face and cut it out. You can then reinforce the paper with cardstock by tracing the shape of the outline, cutting that out, and pasting the two pieces together.

Then you’ll just need large crafting sticks to paste to the backs for handles.

8. Paper Dolls

You can also print off Goofy’s entire body to make paper dolls that your kids can play with again and again.

After your kids have colored him in and cut him out, they can trace the cut-out against cardstock and cut out that outline.

Then they’ll paste the two pieces together.

7. Goofy TP Roll Crafts

For this cute craft, you’ll only need Goofy’s face, which you can print out as-is (no resizing necessary) and have your kids color in and cut it out.

Next, you’ll need three colors of construction paper: orange, purple and blue. You’ll cut out roughly two-inch strips of each.

Starting from the bottom, wrap the blue construction paper around the toilet paper roll; then the orange next, and then for the purple, you’ll want it to not wrap around all the way.

This is so that it looks like a vest!

Then you’ll paste the Goofy face onto the front of the TP roll; if you want, you can create a hat out of leftover construction paper scraps and paste that onto his head.

6. Pencil Holders

For this craft, you can use either Goofy’s entire body – you’ll have to shrink it down to size – or just his face.

You’ll need a toilet paper roll and construction paper; you’re going to cut the construction paper to fit the toilet paper roll, wrap it around and glue it down.

Then you’ll have your kids color in and cut out Goofy’s body or face and paste it to the TP roll.

They can use it to keep their pencils or pens collected!

5. Keychains

For this craft, you’ll need shrink sheets, which you can get online at Amazon. Print the Goofy figures you want to use onto the shrink sheets and have your kids color them in with markers.

Cut them out and then punch holes where you want the keychain hardware to affix. Bake the cut-outs and let cool completely.

Once they’re ready, you can attach the keychain hardware.

4. Charm Bracelets

In much the same fashion as the keychains, you will print the Goofy figures you want to use onto shrink sheets and have your kids color them in and cut them out.

Punch holes where you want the charm to attach to the bracelet and bake.

Once they’re cool, you can attach them directly to the bracelet or use O-rings. For a Goofy-full bracelet, use attach three or four charms at once!

3. Holiday Greeting Cards

My Goofy pictures feature some major holidays, including Easter, Halloween, and Christmas, as well as birthdays and some that could be used for the start of seasons, like summer.

You can copy/paste them onto a word processor document that is turned into the landscape orientation, resize, and center onto the right side.

Or you could print them off as-is, color in and cut out the figures and shapes and paste them onto a piece of construction paper that’s folded in half.

2. Party Decorations

Whether you’re planning a Goofy-specific party or just a Disney character in the general party, my Goofy pictures make for inexpensive decorations.

You could cut out individual Goofys and string them together to make bunting or even turn them into cupcake or cake toppers.

Use your imagination, and not only will you save money, but you’ll also have adorable DIY decorations!

1. Dangly Arms And Legs Goofy

For this craft, you’ll need to use a Goofy picture where his limbs don’t overlap – Goofy Dancing In Field is a great example.

You’ll have your kids color him in – except his arms and legs. They’ll also cut him out, leaving off his arms and legs (but saving his hands and feet).

Next, they’ll take long strips of construction paper and fold them up like an accordion. Paste one side of each to his body, and then at the other end, paste on his hands and feet.

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