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Keroppi Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

Hop into the joy of creativity with these 20 adorable Keroppi coloring pages that are absolutely free to download and print! With these pages, kids and adults can bring to life this lovable Sanrio frog character, Keroppi, in his engaging world filled with playfulness and wonder!

Included below are a variety of illustrations featuring Keroppi having a picnic, playing musical instruments, hanging out with his friends, and many more. We’ve also included some adorable kawaii Keroppi designs, Keroppi enjoying different seasons, and even Keroppi as a cute little superhero!

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To use any of these free printables, click on any of the images below 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 Keroppi Coloring Pages

Keroppi is that lovable frog with the big eyes and a V-shaped mouth, and it’s no wonder children love to color him.

Here are some fun, affordable crafts to do with all those finished pages.

1. Make a Funny Desktop Keroppi

To make this simple craft, cut an empty paper towel cardboard in a one-third/two-thirds ratio. Glue them together horizontally with the smaller half on top.

Keroppi should be cut from the finished coloring page and used to carefully laminate the rolls, with the head slightly over the top roll’s edge. 

Add pom-poms to which wiggle eyes have been glued to enhance the eyes, and finish up by gluing Keroppi onto a Lily pad base made from construction paper.

2. Easy Paper Plate Craft

Begin this craft by having the youngsters decorate the backs of ordinary, white paper plates with green finger paint, using their fingertips to make small circles across the surface. 

When the Keroppi characters are colored and cut out, they should be glued to the center of the plates.

A piece of yarn should be attached as a mouth and then strung around the circumference of the plate like a frame.

Add a plastic fly to the end of the yarn for a hilarious decoration.

3. An Easy Classroom Craft

This excellent classroom activity begins with giving each youngster an ordinary styrofoam cup painted green with craft paint and turned upside down.

When Keroppi is colored and cut out, he should be glued around the paper cup with invisible glue.

Big wiggle eyes can be added to his face, and a red balloon that hasn’t been blown up makes a comical tongue.

The youngsters can keep these cute ornaments on their desks.

4. Funny Keroppi Craft

For this fun craft, give the youngster half of an ordinary white paper plate colored green with craft paint.

When Keroppi is colored, cut out the body separately. Glue the head to the top of the paper plate and use big pom-poms to embellish the eyes.

This is easy to do by cutting the eyes out, inserting the pom-poms, and then gluing the cutouts on top.

Next, glue Keroppi’s body to a rectangular piece of cardboard and cut four holes in the bottom for the child’s fingers. The youngster now has a funny Keroppi puppet.

5. Design a Keroppi Hanging Ornament

This adorable ornament puts a smile on any child’s face. Give each youngster several pieces of green construction paper and a coloring page.

Four long strips should be cut from the construction paper, and each one folded up accordion-style.

When Keroppi is colored and cut out, the construction paper accordions should be used to embellish his arms and legs.

Punch a hole at the top, and hang this ornament in the doorway where the arms and legs can bounce up and down in a comical way.

6. Make a Keroppi Scene

This craft is fun for a group or in a classroom. Give each child an ordinary paper plate, and have them paint one-half blue and the other half green.

When it’s folded in half, the blue side should be flat, and the green side should stand up as the backdrop.

When Keroppi is colored and cut out, he should be glued to the blue section of the plate, as if he is sitting in a pond.

The backdrop can be decorated with glitter, puffy paint, stickers, or birds and animals drawn freehand. Display this cute scene anywhere.

7. Keroppi Brings Flowers

To make this adorable, framable artwork, have the youngsters trace and cut out a few colorful flowers from construction paper, adding stems with pieces of green pipe cleaner.

When Keroppi is colored and cut out, he should be glued to a layer of cotton batting and then to a blue construction paper background.

Glue the flowers to cotton batting as well, and add them to the background.

Frame this adorable 3D artwork as a keepsake.

8. Keroppi Catches Flies

To make this hilarious craft, have the youngster color two Keroppi pages featuring the frog’s face and eyes.

These should be glued to thick cardboard and trimmed. A craft stick should be added to the back of each cutout.

Next, attach the ends of a piece of red yarn to each of the cutouts. Glue or staple a plastic fly to the middle of the yarn. 

When the two cutouts are pulled apart, it looks as if the two Keroppis are fighting over who caught the fly!

9. A Cute Keroppi Family

For this innovative craft, give the youngster a page featuring Keroppi and all his friends.

When all the characters are finished, they should be cut from the page separately, sealed in contact paper, and trimmed.

Using a bright piece of embroidery thread, each character should be strung onto the thread vertically, with the largest at the top and the smallest at the bottom.

This adorable wind chime-style craft can be hung in a window or doorway to display your child’s hard work.

10. Keroppi’s Own Lily Pad

This fun craft is ideal for a classroom and is simple and easy to make. 

When the youngsters have finished coloring Keroppi, they should glue their finished work to thin cardboard.

The character should then be cut out and sealed in glassine. When a toothpick is pushed into the back of the cutout at a diagonal angle, it will stand on its own.

Place the cutout inside an empty, unused cupcake holder, and it will look like Keroppi is sitting on his only pad! 

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