Enter a world of cuteness with these 20 Siberian Husky coloring pages that are entirely free to download and print! With their stunning blue multicolored eyes, striking facial masks, and thick coats, Huskies make for a perfect canine-themed coloring activity that kids (and adults, too!) are sure to love!
For this series of printables, you will find many illustrations of Huskies, including them running through the snow, pulling sleds, cute Husky puppies, Husky mandalas, Huskies playing in the snow, plus many more that you can see down below!
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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10 Craft Ideas To Do With Husky Coloring Pages
Here are 10 affordable, fun, and creative craft ideas you can do with your completed coloring page!
10. Husky Love Page
To make a craft that proclaims just how much you love huskies – or your husky – you’ll need construction paper in a few different colors and glue.
You’ll pick a husky illustration with the dog facing forward head-on, have your kids color it in, and cut out just the face.
Then you’ll draw block letters that spell out the word “LOVE” in all caps and paste them onto a full piece of construction paper.
They’ll then paste the husky’s face onto the O and write “I” at the top and “My Husky” below the word LOVE.
9. Wrapping Paper
My husky pages would make really unique wrapping paper for a small box or item; you can color it in (with help from your littles, if you like!) or leave it in black and white.
Either way, it adds a homemade touch to any gift, and if you wrap it just right, your recipient can unwrap it so they can keep the picture.
What wall is complete without a dog calendar?
To make a husky calendar, you will need as many pictures as you want to make calendar months (you can do one month, several, or all 12).
You’ll also need to make a grid – the actual calendar portion – which you can do by creating a table in a Word document or free-handing it.
Have your kids color in the husky pictures and then turn the illustration so that the husky is upside down and facing away from you.
Place it over the grid page (which should be right-side up) and punch holes at the top of the grid page/bottom of the illustration.
Flip the illustration page up, and you have holes that line up perfectly. You’ll connect them with O-rings or even ribbon or twine.
You can use my husky illustrations to make bookmarks one of two ways: first, as a stand-alone cut-out figure, which you’ll want to reinforce with cardstock.
Or second, as a cut-out pasted onto a piece of rectangular cardstock or construction paper.
You may have to resize the dogs a bit, which you can do on the computer before printing.
Have your kids color in the pups – they use the typical black and grey or get fanciful with glitter pens or wild colors.
6. Christmas Tree Ornaments
You will need shrink sheets and markers to make husky Christmas tree ornaments.
You’ll print off the husky figures you want to use and have your kids color them in and cut them out.
Then they’ll punch holes wherever they want the cord to attach (to hang on the Christmas tree).
You’ll bake them off according to the instructions, and when they’re cooled completely, string the cord through the hole and tie it off.
To make husky earrings, you will again need shrink sheets; you’ll want to print off two of each dog, color them in and cut them out.
Punch a hole where you want the earring notions to attach (if you’re using hooked notions), and then bake off the cut-outs per the instructions.
Once they’re completely cooled, you can attach the earring notions using pliers or tweezers or, if you’re using posts, hot glue them to the backs.
It’ll always be husky time with this cute clock featuring a picture of your favorite breed of dog.
You’ll need a cheap plastic clock, like one you can get at Walmart; you’re going to pop the top off of it and remove the clock face that it comes with.
Then you’ll print off your husky picture and trace a circle around the dog using the discarded clock face.
Color in the husky and cut out the circle, then gently poke a hole through the middle.
You’ll place the husky circle where the original clock face went and close it up. Pop some batteries in and enjoy!
3. Party Invitations
Turn my husky pictures into cute dog-themed party invitations with a few clicks of the mouse.
You’ll take the illustration of your choice, copy and paste it into a word processor document and resize it so that it takes up one-fourth of the page.
Then move it to the upper-left corner and flip it upside down. You can also add text, like “Time to Paw-ty!”
Then in the lower-right quadrant, you can put all the party details – the when, where, etc.
Once you print that off, you’ll fold it in half and then in half again so that the illustration is on the front.
2. Husky Headbands
Use a husky picture where the dog’s face is fully (or almost fully) facing forward, and have your kids color it in from the eyes up.
They’ll then cut it out from the eyes up and paste it onto a two-inch strip of construction paper that will fit around their head.
No husky home is complete without these coasters; you can make it an afternoon.
You’ll take the colored-in husky figures (likely resized, which you can do on the computer) and Mod-Podge them to wood or ceramic tiles. You’ll want to apply a few coats, at least.
Let them sit until they are completely dry; the Mod Podge works as a waterproof seal, so you can rest sweaty beverages on them without worrying about them getting ruined!