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One Piece Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

Ahoy, anime fans! Set sail on an artistic adventure with these 30 One Piece coloring pages, free for you to download and print! Perfect for fans of the epic anime and manga series (or the new Netflix live-action version), these coloring pages give you a ticket to the Grand Line without leaving your home!

This collection showcases various key moments and characters from the One Piece universe, including Luffy, Zoro, Nami, and the rest of the Straw Hat crew. Whether it’s high-seas battles or moments of camaraderie, you can now add your own artistic flair to these beloved scenes and characters. So grab your coloring tools and prepare to set sail in a world of adventure and treasure!

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To access any of these coloring sheets, click on a link or image to open the PDF on a new page. Once opened, you can download or print that page as many times as you want!

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 One Piece Coloring Pages

Lots of youngsters are One Piece fans.

If those finished coloring pages are piling up everywhere, try these affordable and unique craft ideas.

1. Make One Piece Trading Cards

One Piece trading cards are extremely popular, so why not let the youngsters make some of their own?

The children can make classic trading cards by cutting out each character in the typical dimensions, or they can let their imaginations run wild.

They may even have fun creating giant trading cards and stringing them together to make a banner for a classroom or bedroom.

For this fun craft, there are no rules! 

2. Create an Autumn Decoration

If your youngster likes to decorate pumpkins during autumn, One Piece coloring pages are perfect.

The child can select one with his or her favorite characters, but a coloring page with a giant One Piece emblem works great too.

Several pages can be used, depending on how large the pumpkin is.

Just make sure to seal in your youngster’s hard work with acrylic spray and tie a ribbon around the pumpkin’s stem for a terrific decoration.

3. Make the Perfect Puzzle

Complex One Piece coloring pages couldn’t be more perfect for creating a homemade puzzle. The youngster should begin by coloring the page as intricately as possible. 

To add fun, the characters can be colored differently from how they are usually depicted. This makes the puzzle extra difficult.

When the page is finished, the child should outline the pieces, making them smaller for a more difficult puzzle and larger for an easier one.

Just make sure to seal the page in contact paper beforehand to ensure it lasts a long time.

4. Design a Unique Pillar Candle

The One Piece coloring pages can be easily used to create unique pillar candles. 

Simply use empty jars in which tea lights are placed or purchase cheap pillar candles from a discount store. The only requirement is that they are clear glass.

Then, using clear, adhesive glue, trim the coloring page and secure it around the glass. 

The intricate designs and shades of the One Piece coloring page will create a unique and enjoyable glow!

5. One Piece Pirate Hat

One Piece characters are often seen on a pirate ship excursion, making them perfect for decorating a pirate hat.

The youngsters can make the hats from ordinary newspapers or create more extravagant hats with any free template.

Then, when the coloring pages are finished, they can be used to decorate the hat decal-style or used in their entirety.

The youngsters may even choose to make more than one in different themes.

6. One-of-a-Kind Locker Decorations

This classroom activity will be a big hit with any child, and it starts with choosing a phrase or saying. 

This can be anything the children come up with, such as a saying from a One Piece film.

Then, when their One Piece coloring pages are finished, have the youngsters trim them into the shape of a letter, assigning one letter to each child.

When finished, they can be used to decorate the front of their lockers in the appropriate order so that when the locker doors are closed, it spells out the phrase!

7. Make an Interesting Hanging Ornament

To make this fun craft, have the child cut out a primary character from one of his or her finished coloring pages. It should be reinforced with cardboard before being cut out.

Then, let the youngster color different, smaller items from various One Piece pages and string them to the primary cutout vertically.

Going from largest to smallest will give it the most interesting look. The pieces can be strung together with a simple length of yarn or embroidery string.

Hang this cute ornament in any doorway.

8. Write an Original Story

Lots of youngsters have fun writing their own dialogue for their One Piece characters, so why not turn this into a homemade book?

Using cardboard for a front and back cover and craft paper inside, the youngsters can use a hole punch and yarn to bind the book.

Then, some of the pages inside can be used to write the story, and others can be decorated with cutouts from the finished coloring pages.

The end result is a unique, homemade storybook.

9. Classroom Pirate Ship

For this fun craft, have the youngsters work together to draw a giant pirate ship on craft paper.

Then, they can use cutouts from the finished coloring pages to add “passengers” to the ship.

They can create a specific scene or simply decorate the ship in an eclectic but creative way.

The finished craft can then be displayed on the wall like a mural.

10. If I was a One Piece Character

To make this interesting craft, have each youngster finish a favorite One Piece coloring page and laminate it to the left side of a piece of posterboard.

On the right side, the children can use their imaginations to tweak the characters in their own unique way.

At the top, the youngster should write “If I Were..,” fill in the name of the character and add something new and creative to the storyline.

This craft-turned keepsake can be preserved for the future!

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