On this page, you will find 98 kawaii coloring pages that are all free to download and print! For this series, I created a large range of kawaii-themed illustrations, including unicorns, cats, food, chibi, princesses, animals, TV/movie characters, plus many more!
These printables are great for kids and adults who love the adorable kawaii aesthetic and Japanese culture. They also make for a fantastic creative afternoon, a rainy day activity, and a simple and relaxing activity after a long day.
To start coloring any of these cute pictures, you can click on any of the below images or links, which will open the high-resolution PDF on a new page. Once opened, you can then download and print as many as you want, entirely for free!
All these PDF coloring pages are on standard US letter size, but they also fit perfectly onto A4 paper sizes. Enjoy!
9 Craft Ideas To Do With Kawaii Coloring Pages
Here are 10 cheap, fun, and creative things you can do with your completed coloring pages!
This first craft does require that you own a Cricut machine.
You (or your kids) will color in the pages of choice digitally, using photo editing or illustrator software.
If you can, copy and paste all the kawaii figures you want to turn into stickers onto the same page. Then you’re going to print them out onto sticker paper.
From there, you’re going to use the Cricut for its Print and Cut feature; the Cricut should “read” the page and cut out the stickers perfectly.
You can also use printable vinyl if you want to put the kawaii figures on water bottles or anything that could get damp.
You can make cute keychains from my kawaii coloring pages – all you need is some shrink sheet paper, markers, hole punch, keychain O-ring and connectors, and an oven.
Print the illustrations of choice onto the shrink sheet paper and have the kids color in the main figures with markers.
Then have them cut out the main figures and punch a hole in the top (or wherever they want the keychain to extend from).
Then you’ll bake the shrink sheet figures per the instructions that came with the sheets and let them cool completely.
After that, all you need to do is attach the keychain connector and O-ring. It makes a great little gift or party favors!
You can turn any of my kawaii coloring pages into all different kinds of apparel – t-shirts, hoodies, even canvas totes – if you have a Cricut.
You’ll simply choose the illustration you or your little one wants and color it in digitally using photo editing or illustrator software.
Then you’ll print it out onto iron-on vinyl and feed it into the Cricut for cutting.
Then all it needs is ironing (or pressing), and you have an adorable new shirt or hoodie for much cheaper than buying one ready-made.
6. Party Or Room Decorations
My kawaii coloring printables are too cute to remain on the sheet – so why not color them in, cut them out and decorate for a party with them?
You can get your kids in on the action, especially if the party is for them, by having them take over coloring and cutting.
Place them on walls, near the food, on the tables, etc.
You could also use them as room decorations for your little one’s bedroom or nursery.
For a different medium (other than colored pencils or markers, for example), consider taking paint to my pages.
You can set up the kids with easels and clip the coloring sheets to cardboard or any canvases you might have lying around.
Plus, you can find all the things you need to paint – including different kinds of paint, paintbrushes, cups for water, etc. – at most dollar stores.
This is a craft you can do on the cheap, for sure!
Here is another cute craft that can keep small hands busy on a rainy afternoon.
To begin, you’ll need lots of scraps of construction paper in many different colors; the kids will then fill in the illustrations with the bits of paper.
They can use blue paper for the sky, green for the grass, pink for the frosting on a donut, or white for the snow, etc.
3. Wall Art
Encourage your kids to color in any of the coloring pages of their choice to the very best of their abilities, using nicer markers or colored pencils.
Then, get a picture frame that will fit the paper you printed the coloring page out on and put the illustrations inside.
You could hang just one in a place of prominence, or do a series of them and hang them, gallery style, in a walkway or hall.
2. Planter Decorations
Perfect for gifting or just sprucing up the plants in your home, you can use my kawaii coloring sheets as decoration for planters.
Resize the illustrations so that the main figures will fit on the planters. Print them out and have your kids color them in.
Then your kids are going to carefully cut out the main figure (whatever that might be) and, using Mod Podge and a foam brush, apply the figure to the side of the planter.
You might need to go over it a few times, but the result is an adorable planter that can withstand spills.
This craft could also be done on glass vases!
For a fun decoration that would suit a party or a kid’s room, try making mobiles out of the above pages.
You’ll need shrink sheet paper; print out the illustrations with the figures you want to use on the shrink sheets and color in with markers.
Cut out the figures and punch a hole in the top; bake per the instructions.
Get an embroidery hoop (how big is up to you) and string the kawaii figures from it – you could do varying lengths or all the same.