On this page, you will find 32 Looney Tunes coloring pages that are all free to download and print! It’s hard to believe, but the original Looney Tunes stopped airing in 1969! I remember watching it as a kid back in the 1980s (way to make myself feel old!), and even my kids watch the same episodes today!
With such a long-lasting legacy, I primarily illustrated characters from the original version, including Bugs Bunny, Tweety, Tasmanian Devil, Coyote, Road Runner, Marvin the Martian, plus many more! I also drew some modern ones too, such as baby Looney Tunes characters and Space Jam.
To start coloring these pictures, simply click on any of the below images or links to open the PDF on a new page. Once opened, you can then download and print entirely for free!
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 Looney Tunes Coloring Pages
Here are 10 cheap, fun, and creative things you can do with your completed coloring pages!
1. Fun with Taz
Take a large paper plate, and starting on one of the outer edges, cut inward to create a paper spiral.
Thread an empty paper towel cardboard up through the now-cylindrical paper plate.
When your child finishes coloring the Tasmanian devil, the character can be cut out and glued to the top of the paper towel roll.
This creates the illusion that the Taz has just “run” up the spiral. If Taz is your child’s favorite Looney Tunes character, this craft is ideal.
2. Make a Daffy Duck Poster
One of the most fun characters to make into a poster is Daffy Duck.
After the coloring page is finished, trim the edges to make a circle. Daffy does not have to be completely cut out.
Next, cut a large red circle from construction paper and place Daffy in the middle with some crazy glue.
Finally, paste the circle onto the center of a shiny, black poster board, and decorate the black background with silver glitter to create a striking Daffy duck poster.
3. Make a Comical “Do Not Disturb” Door Hanger
This interesting craft is completed with some cardboard, and two great Looney Tunes coloring pages; Bugs Bunny and Wile E Coyote.
A simple, rectangular-style doorknob hanger can be made from cardboard, similar to those seen at hotels.
The youngsters can glue the completed Wile E Coyote coloring page to one side and Bugs Bunny to the other.
Wile E Coyote is perfect for the Do Not Disturb side, while Bugs can be placed on the flip side to welcome visitors.
4. Road Runner Cake Topper
There’s a reason Looney Tunes cake toppers are so popular, but nothing beats Road Runner for this fun craft.
Once Road Runner is colored, the page should be trimmed to the shape of a heart or balloon, and glued to stiff cardboard.
The surface can be decorated with glitter or puffy paint, after which a large craft stick is then glued to the back.
The craft stick can be pushed into the top of the cake for a great, decorative touch.
5. Pretty Up a Garbage Can
Everybody expects garbage to smell bad, but why not have some fun with Pepe Le Pew and at least make that stinky can look nice?
This fun Looney Tunes character should be colored, then carefully cut out and laminated with several coats of acrylic spray.
Krazy glue can then be used to attach the cutout to the outside of a bathroom or kitchen garbage can or even a container for recyclables.
A page with Pepe holding his nose is particularly fun for this craft.
6. Have Sylvester Help Out
The classic Sylvester pose, where this hilarious cat is pointing in the air, is perfect for this craft.
After your youngster finishes coloring Sylvester, he should be cut out and his arm reinforced with a small craft stick or some pipe cleaners.
A long craft stick should be glued to the cutout’s back and the other end pushed down through an upside-down foam cup.
Sylvester’s outstretched paw and pointed finger can then be used to hold rubber bands, hair scrunchies, or any circular items that are otherwise easy to lose.
7. A Looney Tunes Wheel
This is a terrific classroom activity, and can be completed with one group or several groups of children.
When the coloring pages are finished, each character should be cut out, but one Bugs Bunny page should be left intact.
Long craft sticks should be glued to Bugs, coming out from the center in a circular fashion all around the finished page.
At the opposite ends of the craft sticks, the other Looney Tune characters should be glued, creating a wheel effect with Bugs Bunny at the center!
8. Make a Cute Tweety Bird Mobile
With this cute craft, all you need is thread and a medium-sized embroidery hoop. Have your youngster color and cut out several Tweety Bird coloring pages.
They should be glued to thin cardboard with plain white glue, and a hole should be punched at the top of each one.
Thread or yarn can then be put through the holes and tied to the embroidery ring.
Make sure to tie them at different levels. This way, when hung, it will look like a store-bought mobile!
9. A Colorful Classroom Banner
This enjoyable craft is fun for all children. Youngsters can color their favorite Looney Tunes characters, carefully cut them out, and punch a small hole in the top.
When everyone has colored several characters, each one should be strung onto a long piece of yarn.
Other embellishments, such as beads, bells, or craft charms can be hung in between the cutouts.
When finished, this colorful Looney Tunes banner can be hung across the back of the classroom or over the chalkboard for a fun and colorful decoration.
10. Make a Funny Porky Pig Eraser Board
We know Porky Pig likes to eat, so who better to oversee the household’s grocery list?
For this craft, get your child an inexpensive dry-erase board with a magnet backing to stick on your fridge.
The finished coloring page can be glued to one half of the dry-erase board, with the words “Porky’s Recommendations” written on top with puffy paint.
On the other half of the dry-erase board, you can jot down things you need to pick up at the store.