Unfold a world of fun and imagination with these 22 Polly Pocket coloring pages, free for you to download and print! With these sheets, you (or your young ones) can dive into the exciting world of Polly Pocket, where adventures come in small packages but are packed with endless possibilities!
In this collection, you’ll find Polly and her friends Lila, Shani, and Nicholas as they explore miniature worlds like Pollyville, underwater adventures, fashion challenges, magical quests, and many more! Also included are illustrations of other characters, including Paxton, Gwen, and Griselle Grande!
To use any of these free printables, you can click on any of the below images 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 Polly Pocket Coloring Pages
That loveable Polly Pocket micro doll is fun and easy to color.
If your child has lots of finished pages, try these affordable, innovative crafts.
1. Make a Unique Finger Puppet
For this super-fun craft, have the youngster color a favorite Polly Pocket character and reinforce it with cardboard.
Polly should then be carefully cut out and the bottom stapled to a pipe cleaner.
The pipe cleaner should be wrapped in a spiral to fit the child’s finger, and he or she has a fun and durable finger puppet to take anywhere!
2. Polly Pocket Ruler
Let your child make a fun Polly Pocket ruler to use at school or at home.
Glue two or three cutouts from the finished coloring pages to a long strip cut from cardstock or posterboard.
With a black marker, carefully add lines at one-inch increments by placing a ruler next to the strip of posterboard.
Make the ruler fancy by adding a sequin at each on-inch mark, seal the work in contact paper, and your youngster has a one-of-a-kind ruler.
3. Make an Original Birthday Card
Use two Polly Pocket coloring pages to make this unique card. When they are colored, they should be glued to thin cardboard and cut out.
Using a strip of construction paper, folded accordion-style to connect the two cutouts.
Cut other items from additional Polly Pocket coloring pages and attach thread to each one.
The threads should then be stapled inside the accordion so that when the card is open, they “fall” out.
4. Polly Pocket Paper Dolls
Polly Pocket is the perfect character for making homemade paper dolls. When Polly is colored, she should be reinforced with thick cardboard and cut out.
Youngsters can draw simple outfits on construction paper and cut them out or use other Polly Pocket coloring pages for their wardrobes.
Just make sure to leave tabs of paper around the cutout so that they can be folded over the Polly Pocket doll.
5. Polly in the Stadium
For this fun craft, have the youngsters work together to draw an arena with bleachers. These can be drawn on or created with long strips of gray construction paper.
When the Polly Pocket coloring pages are finished, the youngsters can cut them out and staple toothpicks to the bottom.
They can then be taped into the “bleachers” for a colorful audience.
For extra fun, the youngsters can color themselves into the poster as the performers!
6. Make a Polly Pocket Storage Box
Youngsters with collections of the Polly Pocket micro dolls will enjoy designing a place to store them in.
This can be as simple as an empty shoe box. Have the child color as many pages as desired and use them to laminate outside of the box.
Additional pages can be used to decorate the box’s interior as well. The youngsters can do this decal-style or use the pages in their entirety.
Seal the work in contact paper or give it a coat of acrylic spray, and your child now has a great place to store those adorable dolls.
7. Design a Beautiful Centerpiece
Begin this craft with an empty shampoo bottle that’s been cleaned and dried. The child can paint it with craft paint or simply laminate it with construction paper.
Polly Pocket cutouts from the finished coloring pages should be glued to both sides of the bottle.
The surrounding space can be decorated with tiny shapes cut from the remainder of the coloring pages.
Add real or artificial flowers to this lovely centerpiece and use it wherever desired.
8. Mirror Image
This craft is fun when done in groups. It begins with each youngster coloring two identical Polly Pocket coloring pages and cutting the characters out.
These should be stapled together on one side to open like a card.
The youngsters can then decorate the blank space inside with accessories cut from other Polly Pocket coloring pages.
Glitter or pieces of confetti can be added for a special touch, and this cute mirror image decoration can be displayed anywhere.
9. Make a Cute Polly Pocket Compact
If you have a little girl who likes compacts or plays with makeup, Polly Pocket coloring pages are perfect for decorating these items.
For example, a mirror compact can feature a Polly Pocket cameo on either side, or a play makeup kit can be decorated with a full-length cutout.
Even the back of a hand mirror is a great place to display the colorful character.
Just make sure to seal the work in contract paper so that it lasts a long time.
10. Dressed Up a Boring Shelf
If your youngster has shelves on which toys, knickknacks, or books are kept, these can be laminated with cutouts from Polly Pocket coloring pages.
The pages used to laminate the flat part of the shelves should be left in their entirety, while those used to decorate the back wall of the shelves should be cut out decal-style.
A few coats of acrylic spray will keep the artwork looking nice for many years!