On this page, you will find 42 Lilo & Stitch coloring pages that are all free to download and print! These whacky and lovable Disney characters will have you and your young one laughing and coloring for hours on end! All you need are some markers and creativity!
For this series, I illustrated a wide range of characters from the movie, including the main stars Lilo & Stitch, Nani Pelekai (Lilo’s sister), Reuben, Jumba, and even Peakley! I also drew some of Lilo & Stitch getting up to some mischief and having tons of fun!
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 Lilo & Stitch Coloring Pages
Here are 10 creative, fun, and cheap craft activities that you can do with the above coloring pages!
1. Lilo and Stitch in a Hammock
Lilo and Stitch are often seen in a hammock, and this idea can be turned into a great craft.
This is easily done by cutting a piece of tan construction paper into the shape of a crescent.
The hammock can then be glued to a scene the youngster has colored on a separate page, leaving the top part open.
The Lilo and Stitch cutouts from the finished coloring page can be placed inside for a cute poster.
2. Lilo and Stitch Dream Catcher
To make a Lilo and Stitch dream catcher, use a large embroidery ring for the top, and attach a smaller one underneath with nylon string.
Place craft webbing inside each circle, and decorate the rings with pink, blue, and purple feathers.
Color and cut out Lilo and Stitch and glue one at the center of each ring with craft glue.
The dream catcher can then be hung in a doorway, window, or on a bedpost of the child’s bed!
3. Lilo and Stitch Organizer
For this fun craft, use four empty toilet paper cardboard and decorate them to match the Lilo and Stitch theme. Next, glue them together side-by-side in a row.
The effect should be as if the four rolls are one large piece.
After Lilo and Stitch are colored, they should be cut out, and one glued to the top left corner of the craft, and the other to the bottom right.
You now have a cute organizer in which you can place pencils, pens, crayons or markers!
4. Lilo and Stitch Flower Pots
If your child wants to make a great gift for a gardener, invest in two small flower pots. You may need several Lilo and Stitch coloring pages for this craft, but your child won’t mind!
Once the characters are colored and cut out, they can be krazy-glued to the flower pots as decals; one featuring Lilo and the other, Stitch.
Craft paint, glitter, pom-poms, puffy paint, and even wiggle eyes can be used to make Lilo and Stitch come alive.
5. Get Creative With a Teapot
If you have an old teapot in the house, it can be turned into a fun craft for your child.
After the Lilo and Stitch characters are colored, Lilo can be glued to the front side of the teapot and sealed with acrylic spray.
Next, the Stitch character is glued to the other side, and then an extra Stitch character should be colored.
For this one, you’ll use only the ears as the teapot’s handle and spout for a hilarious centerpiece!
6. Make Lilo a Grass Skirt
Choose a coloring page with Lilo in her grass skirt, and cut out the character. Use glue or double-faced tape to attach the cutout onto a foam cup turned upside down.
Cut green crêpe paper into tiny strips to hang down over the bottom edge of the cup as Lila’s grass skirt.
Stitch should then be colored, cut out, and glued to a small craft stick.
Cut a small slit on the top portion of the cup and push the craft stick through. It will look as if Stitch is writing on Lilo’s shoulders!
7. Make a Set of Tropical Mugs
Lilo and Stitch are a great pair to make into a set of tropical mugs. Pineapple craft mugs work perfect for this activity, but any type of plastic mug is appropriate.
Once the coloring pages are finished, Lilo and Stitch can be carefully cut out and glued to the mugs, using craft glue or rubber cement.
They can be sealed with acrylic spray, but this is optional. The mugs can then be decorated with tropical flowers, palm leaves, ocean waves, or any design your child desires.
8. Put an Old Hanger to Use
Use an old plastic or wire hanger and tie six to seven pieces of yarn or embroidery thread to it and attach a colorful button to the end of each string.
Have your child color and cut out Lilo and Stitch, and several other items, such as flowers, palms, hammocks, or birds!
Cut a small slit at the top of each colored cutout and slide the string through. The buttons will hold the items in place on this fun ornament.
9. Make a Happy Birthday Sign
All kids love their birthdays, and this fun birthday craft is a winner for all children.
Use a square poster paper, and have your child color a background, such as a birthday cake or colorful pinwheel design.
Have your child draw the appropriate number in the center, and then color the Lilo and Stitch page of his or her choice.
Once the page is finished, Lilo and Stitch can be cut out and one placed on either side of the number to announce your child’s birthday!
10. Lilo and Stitch Stickers
This fun craft requires only sticker paper and coloring pages.
Children can color and cut out their favorite Lilo and Stitch characters, and invisible glue can be used to attach them to the sticker paper.
Once the glue has dried, they should carefully cut the stickers out, which can be used as decals.
The stickers can decorate lockers, treasure boxes, notebooks, or even the handlebars of a bicycle. It’s fun to make one or many of these easy-to-create stickers.