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Princess And The Frog Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

Leap into a world of creativity with these 24 “ribbiting” Princess and the Frog coloring pages that are all free to download and print! These sheets are a brilliant resource for those who wish to delve into the magical world of this Disney classic, featuring its many unforgettable characters.

For this collection, you will find many illustrations, including Tiana in her waitress attire and princess gown, the charismatic Prince Naveen as a frog, Tiana and Naveen dancing under the stars, the mischievous Dr. Facilier, and many more delightful scenes and characters!

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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 Princess And The Frog Coloring Pages

The story of the Princess and the Frog has seemingly endured forever.

If your youngster enjoys coloring these characters and you don’t know what to do with all those finished pages, try these inexpensive, entertaining craft ideas.

1. Comical Frog Art

Begin this hilarious craft with an ordinary paper plate, and have the youngster spray one side green with craft paint.

Fold the plate in half to create a giant mouth, and laminate it with the frog from the coloring page. 

Feet made from green construction paper and a red construction paper tongue can be added for extra fun.

Next, have the youngster color the princess, fold her in half, and glue her inside the frog’s “mouth.” When opened, it will look like she’s emerging by magic!

2. Unique Party Favor Bags

This craft is perfect for a Princess and the Frog themed birthday party. Start with plain white bags to which Princess Tiara can be glued when she’s colored and cut out.

Using green or gold construction paper, have the youngster create a fan and glue it upside down to Tiara’s waist for a 3D gown.

Next, have the youngster color and cut out the famous frog and trim him in a circle. 

Glue this to the upper right-hand corner of the bag. These unique party favor bags will be a big hit!

3. A Comical Desktop Ornament

To make this fun craft, have the youngster color, cut out Princess Tiara, and embellish the cutout with green and gold glitter and craft jewels.

Next, the frog should be colored, cut from another page, and glued to thin cardboard. 

The back of the paper towel roll can then be glued to the front of the frog cutout for a 3D effect.

The frog’s body will almost look like wings for the Princess, and this hilarious desktop craft will stand on its own!

4. I Now Crown You Princess

This fun craft starts with an ordinary green poster board cut into a headband, leaving a large circle in the front. 

Two frogs should then be colored and cut from the Princess and the Frog coloring page and glued to each side of the circle.

Once Princess Tiara is colored and cut out, she can be added to the circle’s center as the “jewel.” This delightful crown can be worn anywhere!

5. A Unique, Comical Centerpiece

Begin this engaging craft with an empty shampoo bottle, and let the youngster laminate it with the Princess after she’s colored and cut out.

Her gown can be embellished with glitter, puffy paint, and craft bows.

Next, have the child color, cut out frogs, and staple them to green pipe cleaners.

When these are placed inside the bottle, your youngster has a hilarious Princess and the Frog bouquet!

6. Princess in the Castle 

This craft makes a fantastic classroom activity, and it’s easy for all children. 

Use bathroom tissue rolls, paper towel rolls, and ordinary snow cone papers to create a castle.

The columns, with their snow cone caps, can be glued together vertically to make the castle.

The Princess and Frog coloring page characters can then be cut out and glued to their various sides. Display these adorable crafts anywhere in the classroom!

7. Personalized Princess Door Sign

Begin this craft by having the youngsters cut their initials from bright construction paper and glue them to a larger piece of poster board.

Next, have them color and cut out the Princess and the Frog, gluing the princess to the bottom left corner of the first initial and the frog to the upper right corner of the other.

In between the two letters, the youngster can write “Sandy’s Room,” or “Welcome” or any other message he or she chooses to create a great door sign!

8. Classroom Decoration

To make this adorable classroom banner, have each youngster color a princess and a frog and cut them from the page. 

They should be sealed in glassine and trimmed, and a hole punch should be used to make holes on both sides of the cutouts.

These should be strung together in a back-and-forth pattern of frogs and princesses, using green or yellow yarn. Hang this creative banner anywhere.

9. Storybook Cover

If your child has a favorite storybook, but its cover has gotten a bit lackluster, why not give it a new look with a Princess and the Frog coloring page?

The youngster can pick a favorite page, color it, and embellish the artwork with glitter, pom-poms, puffy paint, or craft gems.

Contact paper can be used to seal the artwork. Don’t worry if it’s puffy, that will just add to its unique look.

Krazy glue can then be used to affix it to the book’s cover, and it now has a brand-new appearance!

10. Hilarious Mobile

To make this hilarious mobile, have the youngsters color several of both the Princess and the Frog. These should be glued to cardboard, cut out, and holes punched in their tops.

From red construction paper, funny, long tongues can be made by folding up the paper accordion-style and stretching it back out. 

Yarn can be used to give the princess cutouts realistic hair. 

When they’re strung together on a craft ring or old embroidery hoop, your youngster has a comical mobile for any room.

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