Ready for a crazy splash of colors? Dive in with these 20 Harley Quinn coloring pages that are all free to download and print! Harley Quinn, with her iconic red and black attire, and unpredictable antics, is a character that sparks creativity and imagination, making her an irresistible subject for coloring!
For this series, we captured Harley Quinn in various ways, including her with the Joker and Batman, Harley Quinn being very mischievous, DC Comics version of Harley Quinn, Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn, plus many more!
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.
All of the below pages are on US letter-sized paper, but they also scale perfectly onto A4 paper too! Happy coloring!
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10 Craft Ideas To Do With Harley Quinn Coloring Pages
Here are affordable, fun, and creative craft ideas you can do with your completed coloring page!
10. Notebook Decorations
Whether it’s for school or perhaps to keep as a journal for all their thoughts, your kids can use my Harley Quinn pictures as decoration for their personal notebooks.
You can print out the figures they want to use and have them color them in and cut them out.
Then they can glue the cutouts to their plain-cover notebooks, ensuring the glue reaches the edges of the cutouts so they don’t catch and rip.
This would be especially cute when mixed with Harley Quinn or other DC character stickers!
9. Paper Dolls
You can turn my Harley Quinn illustrations into paper dolls in just a few easy steps – so easy, your kids can do it!
Print out the figures you want to use, have your kids color them, and cut them out.
Next, they’re going to place the cutouts against a piece of construction paper or cardstock, then trace around.
They’ll cut out the outline that they’ve created and paste the two pieces together.
And voilà! You have sturdy, durable paper dolls that your kids can play with again and again.
Aspiring fashion designers can also trace the paper dolls against other paper and create other outfits for Harley Quinn to wear!
8. Book Covers
Take your plain, boring book covers and jazz them up with a Harley Quinn book cover!
You’ll need to copy and paste the illustration you want to use onto a word processor document that has been oriented into landscape.
Then you’ll resize and center the picture onto the right-hand side, leaving about an inch margin all around. Print the picture and have your kids color it in.
Next, you’ll flip the page over so that the picture side is facing downward and then lay the book you’re covering over the top of the page; mark where the top and bottom of the book lie.
Fold the page inward, both top and bottom, all along your markings. This should form two flaps you can then slip over the book’s existing cover.
7. Party Decorations
You don’t have to break the bank to decorate for a DC or Harley Quinn-themed party.
You could do something as simple as coloring in a few of my Harley Quinn pictures, putting them in inexpensive frames, and then hanging them on the wall.
Or, you could cut out individual figures, string them up and create bunting for a doorway.
The pictures could be used as place settings, cupcake or cake toppers, or even gift bag decorations.
To make Harley Quinn bookmarks, you’ll first need to resize the illustrations so that the figures would fit a three-by-eight rectangle.
Print them out and have your kids color them; while doing that, you can make the three-by-eight rectangles out of construction paper.
Have your kids cut out the figures and paste them down onto the construction paper. Let the glue dry completely before putting them in books!
To make keychains, you will need shrink sheets and keychain hardware (you can buy sets online at Amazon).
First, you will print the Harley Quinn figures your kids want to use onto the shrink sheets; have them color in Harley and cut her out.
They’ll punch holes where they want the keychain hardware to attach.
Bake the cutouts per the instructions and let cool. Once they’re ready, you can affix the keychain hardware.
Turning my Harley Quinn pictures into posters or collages is a fun and simple activity that helps break up a boring afternoon and gives your kids something to hang up in their room after.
Print out as many Harleys as you like, and have your kids color them in and cut them out.
They’ll need poster board or construction paper on which they’ll glue the cut-outs, as well as cutouts from magazines, comic books, newspapers – really any print media.
3. Decorative Rocks
To make decorative rocks, you will need a number of smooth-topped rocks, as well as Mod Podge.
You’ll isolate and resize the Harley Quinn figures so that they’ll fit on the rocks you have (you can copy and paste multiple figures onto a single sheet).
Have your kids color them in with markers or colored pencils and cut them out.
They’ll then Mod Podge the cut-outs to the rocks; let them dry completely. Once they’re ready, you can place them in your garden, take them on walks, and leave them in parks or trails.
2. Hair Bows/Headbands
For this craft, you will again need shrink sheets, as well as plain barrettes or plastic headbands and a hot glue gun.
You’ll print the figures you want to use onto the shrink sheets and have your kids color them in with markers. Cut them out and bake them.
Now you can hot glue the cut-outs onto the hair accessories of your choice – and feel free to add beads, ribbons, really anything cute!
You can get multiple crafts out of your shrink sheets – this is yet another one.
Print the figures you want to use onto the shrink sheets, have your kids color them, cut them out, and then bake them.
Once they’re cooled, you can hot glue them to the pin-backs of your choice – locking pins, butterfly catches, etc.
When the glue has dried, you can pin them to jackets, backpacks, and even shoes!