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Haunted House Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

On this page, you will find 20 haunted house coloring pages that are all free to download and print! If you are looking for a Halloween-themed activity, these spooky and eerie coloring sheets are sure to provide hours of fun-thrilled entertainment. All that is needed are markers and some imagination!

For this series, I illustrated a variety of haunted houses with lots of Halloween themes (bats, ghosts, Jack-O-Lanterns, etc.) that I think will appeal to all ages and skill levels. I also included different themed houses, such as the one from Scooby-Doo, Stranger Things, and more, which you can see below!

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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 Haunted House Coloring Pages

Haunted houses are ghoulishly exciting, and kids of all ages love to color them.

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

1. A Classic Haunted House

For this interesting and engaging craft, the haunted house should be colored, with its windows cut on three sides so they can “open.”

Next, using a small line of glue on each of the four sides, the haunted house page should be affixed to a yellow piece of construction paper. 

When window tabs are pulled back, the house appears lit up. 

The kids can then have fun drawing faces and ghostly forms in the cutouts to make a genuine haunted house!

2. Haunted Abstract Art

To make some adorable desktop decorations, start with some stiff poster board, and roll it into a cylinder so that it can sit vertically.

Next, using orange construction paper, fashion a cone-shaped roof.

Laminate the structure with the haunted house coloring page, cutting out the windows and the doors.

Stuff the inside of the cardboard with yellow tissue paper to look as if the house is lit up, and glue a cotton ball ghost in the doorway!

3. Haunted House Organizer

Start this fun craft by cutting a long strip from a black poster board and creating it into a circle. Next, color and cut out the haunted house.

The haunted house should be reinforced with cardboard, and the bottom portion glued to the back of the cardboard circle.

Mount the structure over a square piece of cardboard to give the circle a “floor.’

Cut up three pieces of cardboard and “divide” the circle into three sections in which crayons, paper clips, rubber bands, or any other small items can be stored.

4. A Spooky Haunted Spiral

For this cute craft, the finished haunted house should be glued to a poster board, with three or four layers of paper added on top, each with an oval cut out of it.

The ovals should get smaller and smaller as the child works towards the posterboard base, with each paper separated by a layer of cotton balls.

Once the spooky spiral is complete with the haunted house in the center, the surrounding 3D frame can be decorated with bats, ghosts, or an eerie moon.

5. Classroom Collage

For this fun classroom craft, hang a large piece of webril or cotton batting as a base and thread black yarn back and forth in a zigzag pattern to create the illusion of a large spider web.

Have the students color and cut out their haunted houses and embellish them any way they choose.

Next, using plain, white craft glue or rubber cement, have each child glue his or her haunted house to the “web” for an impressive classroom decoration.

6. An Eerie Scene

To design a terrific haunted house scene, cut an orange circle from construction paper and glue it to the center of a foam plate, making sure it’s the appropriate size.

When the haunted house is colored and cut out, glue it to the plate’s center with a layer of cotton batting underneath to create a 3D effect.

Then, it can be embellished with additional cutouts made from construction paper, such as a moon, bats, or ghosts.

Make sure to create the same effect with small pieces of cotton under the embellishments.

7. Rescue Me!

For this comical craft, have the children trace one of their hands from white construction paper and draw spooky faces on the “fingertips.”

Once the haunted house is colored, one of the windows should be cut out, leaving an open space.

The cutout should then be attached to a popsicle stick and anchored to that window to make it appear like a hand is stretching out to escape the haunted house.

The whole ensemble can then be glued to a piece of poster board for hilarious wall art.

8. Haunted House Theater

For this spooky craft, bend a piece of cardboard in half to create a floor and a wall, and then glue a roll of cotton balls along the crease.

Once the haunted house is colored and cut out, the bottom inch can be glued to the cotton balls, making it look like a 3D house.

The kids can then color and cut out Halloween-themed items, like pumpkins, bats, and ghosts.

These can be glued to either side of the house to create a fun and entertaining haunted house theater scene. 

9. Catch the Goblin

For this terrific craft, the finished haunted houses should be cut out and stapled at the sides and top to paper in a contrasting shade.

The windows and doors should be cut out on all four sides.

Next, the children should cut out simple shapes in the form of ghosts or ghouls and glue them to small craft sticks.

These can be pushed up through the opening at the bottom, and the craft stick is used to move the goblins’ faces from window to window!

10. Haunted Pumpkin Patch

This wonderfully simple craft starts with a small pumpkin that has been cleaned out and dried.

After the haunted house is colored, it should be reinforced with cardboard, cut out, and placed inside the pumpkin. 

Just make sure the bottom is pushed down into the soft part so that it stands on its own.

Place a tea light behind the cut-out for an eerie haunted pumpkin!

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