Get whiskered away into a world of cuteness with these 68 Hello Kitty coloring pages that are all free to download or print! Hello Kitty, known for her iconic bow and charming personality, has been a global sensation since her creation in 1974, capturing the hearts of millions worldwide!
For this series, you will find Hello Kitty in a variety of adorable scenes, from tea parties, picnics, at the beach, dressed as a princess, and Hello Kitty having playdates with her lovable friends like Pompompurin and Cinnamoroll! Whether for kids or adults, these printables are sure to provide hours of fun!
To get started, click on any of the below images or links, which will open the PDF coloring sheet in a new tab. From there, you are free to download, print, or even color digitally on an iPad.
All of these coloring pages are on standard US letter size, but they also fit perfectly onto A4 paper sizes too! Enjoy!
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9 Craft Ideas To Do With Hello Kitty Coloring Pages
Hello Kitty has endured for decades as a favorite of many youngsters.
If your child has Hello Kitty pages that need to be put to good use, try these easy, inexpensive crafts!
1. Hello Kitty Wallet
This craft begins with a simple template from which to make an envelope from the Hello Kitty finished coloring page. When completed, the inside should be lined with pink felt.
The lining doesn’t have to be perfect; just two simple squares of felt and some crazy glue is sufficient.
The outside of the “wallet” can then be sealed on either side in contact paper, and a button and makeshift buttonhole can be used as its clasp!
2. Make a Homemade Flower Vase
Start this craft by cutting Hello Kitty from the finished page with the head separate from the body.
Vertically position an empty paper towel roll, gluing the head to the front top and laminating the remainder of the roll with the rest of the page.
A white, curled pipe cleaner creates a funny tail, and fancy toothpicks and a yellow pom-pom are ideal for a nose and whiskers.
Seal the craft with acrylic spray, inside and out, place it in a small glass candle holder, and enjoy this Hello Kitty flower vase.
3. Design a Glamorous Hand Mirror
For this craft, use a coloring page featuring a full-size Hello Kitty face. Once it’s colored and cut out, glue it to the back of an inexpensive hand mirror.
Use black pipe cleaners for whiskers and red puffy paint to make Kitty’s bow.
Using craft glue and a brush, add a very thin coating of glue to the finished craft and shake pink glitter over the entire surface.
Glue on black buttons for eyes, and your youngster has a glamorous Hello Kitty hand mirror!
4. You Are Now Crowned Kitty of the Year
Begin this cute craft by cutting out a simple crown from the poster board and stapling the ends together.
Next, let the youngster color and cut out several Hello Kitty characters.
The fanciest one should be glued to the crown’s center, and the others should be used to decorate the remainder.
Pink and red pom-poms glued around its base and a red construction paper bow glued on at a jaunty angle are perfect finishing touches.
5. Make a Unique Desktop Ornament
For this craft, Hello Kitty pages should be colored and used to laminate four bathroom tissue cardboard rolls. These should be positioned vertically and glued together in a row.
Hello Kitty’s face should be colored, cut from a separate page, and glued to the roll on the left.
Pink pom-poms are perfect as feet, and a piece of white yarn makes a great tail.
When wiggle eyes are added, your child has a cute organizer in which to store pencils, scissors, crayons, and markers.
6. Design an Adorable Window Ornament
Begin this craft with a three-inch strip of pink poster board, about twelve inches in length.
Staple 4-5 pieces of pink yarn to the strip’s base. String large craft beads onto the yarn, making a knot at the bottom to keep them in place.
When a corresponding number of Hello Kitty characters have been colored and cut out, they should be glued to the craft beads.
A string can be added to hang this adorable ornament in a window!78. Sparkly Hello Kitty Art
Begin this fun craft by painting an inexpensive picture frame with pink craft paint.
Next, have the youngster color a Hello Kitty page, trimming it to fit the frame.
In the space around the main character, glue tiny craft beads in pink and white to create a textured background.
Add white glitter to Kitty’s face and red glitter to her bow. Finish up with “Hello Kitty” in white puffy paint at the bottom, and your youngster has sparkly, framable art!
7. Make an Unusual Cake Topper
For this unique craft, have the youngster color three Hello Kitty faces of the same size.
From red construction paper, the child can then trace and cut three red bows, placing them in between the face cutouts in a vertical pattern.
These should be glued together and attached to a small craft stick. When sealed in contact paper, it becomes a delightful cake topper for any occasion.
8. Hello Kitty 3D Card
This easy craft requires only the coloring page and some red posterboard from which to make a homemade card.
The card should open from the top rather than from side to side. When the card is complete, the child should color and cut out the Hello Kitty character.
The cutout should be folded accordion-style in a vertical pattern, with one end taped to the card’s top portion and the other to the bottom.
A personal message can be written inside; when it unfolds, Kitty is saying “hello” in 3D!
9. Hello Kitty Decals
Hello Kitty coloring pages are perfect for making decals. These can be used to decorate anything from diaries and bike helmets to the inside of a locker door.
Once the characters are colored and cut from the page, they should be sealed in contact paper and adhesive squares attached to their backs.
Other items from the coloring pages, such as Kitty’s bow or other accessories, can be used to make smaller stickers.
This way, the youngster can decorate a surface with an entire creative scene!