Get ready for a magical and slightly mischievous coloring adventure with these 20 Hocus Pocus coloring pages, free for you to download and print! Perfect for Halloween or any time you’re in the mood for some enchantment, these pages will engage fans of the cult-classic movie and newcomers alike!
This collection includes scenes featuring the iconic Sanderson Sisters—Winifred, Sarah, and Mary—as they brew potions and cast spells in Salem. You’ll also find pages showcasing beloved characters like Max, Dani, and Thackery Binx, along with intricate designs of spellbooks and magical artifacts.
To start coloring in any of these pictures, you can click any of the below images or links, which will open the PDF file on a new page. Once opened, you can then download and print as many times as you like!
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 Hocus Pocus Coloring Pages
Many youngsters are fans of the three famous witches from Hocus Pocus.
If your child has colored lots of these pages, try these inexpensive and interesting crafts to put them to good use.
1. Crazy Dos
One of the funniest things about Hocus Pocus is those crazy hairdos, and this fun group activity will really make them pop.
When the children have finished their pages, let them choose items with which to embellish their characters’ hair.
They can choose from tissue paper, cotton balls with glitter added, yarn, craft hair, or even curling ribbon.
The key is to be inventive and imaginative, and then the youngsters can have fun comparing what they came up with!
2. Comical Bookmarks
Anyone can make bookmarks, but these hilarious creations are truly unique. When the characters are colored, they should be cut out with the heads separate from the bodies.
Then, give each youngster a fat craft stick and have them glue the body of the cutout to its surface, leaving a space for the head at the top.
Then, glue a cotton ball to the head area and glue the head on top. When used as a bookmark, it looks like the head is popping out over the page!
3. Hocus Pocus Candle Ornaments
To make these interesting Halloween decorations, let the youngsters roll pieces of cardstock into column shapes.
Have them laminate their columns with construction paper in colors matching the Hocus Pocus characters.
Then, the characters should be cut out and glued to the cylinders with their heads peeking over the top of the rims.
Inside, staple pipe cleaners to which pieces of yellow or orange tissue paper are attached to serve as flames. Display these cute “candles” anywhere.
4. Funny Giant Heads
Hocus Pocus characters are always good for laughs, and this craft will have all the youngsters chuckling.
Give the children large craft sticks and let them color them however they choose. They can also be decorated with glitter or stickers.
Then, have them color a full-face Hocus Pocus character and cut it out, attaching it to the top of their craft sticks with invisible glue.
The result will be hilarious Hocus Pocus dolls with tiny bodies and big heads!
5. Dress Up a Halloween Costume
Lots of youngsters enjoy being witches for Halloween, so why not make it extra fun?
If your child is going as a Hocus Pocus character or even just an ordinary witch, let the youngster decorate the hat with cutouts from the coloring pages.
The child can choose to feature one of the characters or use a variety to decorate its different parts.
Just make sure to use fabric glue for this craft, and give the hat a coat of acrylic spray to keep it lovely.
6. An Engaging Classroom Activity
Young Hocus Pocus fans will be enthralled with this craft, and it’s very easy to make.
Begin by having the youngsters work together to fashion a “tree” from black pipe cleaners, making it any size they like.
Anchor it into a square of styrofoam, painted black, and let them use their Hocus Pocus characters as ornaments to decorate the tree.
Simply seal them in contact paper and add them to the tree with string.
7. Party Fun
If your youngster is having a Halloween party or a birthday party with a Hocus Pocus theme, let the children have fun making homemade straws.
Give each youngster one–or more–drinking straws and let them color and cut out various characters and objects from the Hocus Pocus coloring pages.
The cutouts should be sealed in contact paper, and a small slit should be made at the top and bottom of each one.
When the straws are threaded through, they’ll look like designer partywear and can double as party favors!
8. Hocus Pocus Witch’s Cauldron
This fun craft can be completed individually, but it’s excellent as a classroom activity too!
Give each child a craft cauldron, which is typically very inexpensive at most novelty shops. Fill it with green or yellow tissue paper to depict a bubbling brew.
The finished Hocus Pocus characters should be glued to cardboard, cut out, and nestled into the cauldron for a terrific holiday craft!
9. Reversible Dolls
For this highly entertaining activity, give each youngster a long craft stick and two Hocus Pocus coloring pages.
The characters should be cut out, and one glued to each end of the craft stick. They may overlap in the middle.
Next, give the youngsters tissue paper, craft material, or old pieces of fabric to create the witches’ dresses, making sure they go past the end of the sticks.
Just by pulling the fabric up, the youngsters can switch back and forth from one character to the other.
10. Make a Spell Book
The witches from Hocus Pocus often use a spell book, so why not let your youngster make his or her own?
Start by giving the child the black notebook to decorate with a favorite character from the finished coloring page.
The back should be decorated the same way, and the youngster can also use cutouts to add to different pages here and there within the book.
The children can have fun creating their own spells or even using the spell books as diaries or to keep game scores.