On this page, you will find 24 adorable pug coloring pages that are all free to download and print! The idea for this post actually came from one of my good friends who owns two cute pug dogs. After telling her about my website, she insisted that I do a series on pugs! This one is for you, Rachel!
For this series, I illustrated many types and styles of pugs that I think will appeal to both kids and adults of all skill levels. Included are simple outlines of pug dogs, cute kawaii-themed pug dogs, pug puppies, realistic-looking pug dogs, and various pages of pugs having fun!
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 Pug Coloring Pages
Pugs are loveable and comical, and all kids love coloring them. Below are the top ten crafts to make with the finished pages!
1. Make a Pug Storage Box
For this adorable craft, an empty tissue box should be laminated with a finished pug coloring page.
Next, an additional page featuring only the pug’s head should be colored and glued to one end of the box.
Two empty bathroom tissue rolls cut in half create perfect feet.
The pug’s face can be embellished with wiggle eyes, felt, and puffy paint, and your youngster has a cute box to store craft supplies or secret treasures.
2. A Dancing Pug
This craft is easy and fun and is great for a classroom or at home. Have each child color their chosen pug and glue it to thin cardboard.
The pug’s body, head, and feet should be cut out separately and reattached with paper fasteners.
Since all the parts are movable, the youngsters can have fun making their pugs dance, walk, or even put them into hilarious positions.
For extra fun, the children can add pom-poms, wiggle eyes, or even a ribbon for a collar!
3. Decorate a Food Dish
If your child has a real-life pug or other dog, let him or her make a fancy pet food dish.
Any type of food dish will do as long as it has a broad base. Once the pug is colored and cut from the page, it should be laminated with contact paper like a decal.
Invisible glue or krazy glue can then be used to attach it to the front of the pet dish, and a few coats of acrylic spray will keep it nice for many years.
4. A Christmas Pug Photo Decoration
For a unique decoration for Christmas or another holiday, have your child color a pug and decorate it with a Santa hat, birthday hat, or even hilarious rabbit ears for Easter.
The pug should then be cut out and placed inside an inexpensive photo frame from a discount store.
The frame itself can then be decorated with the theme of the holiday or other event for which the child is making the ornament, and it can be displayed on a wall or a desk.
5. Pumpkin Pug
This craft is fun for any time of year, and a coloring page featuring the pug’s face up close is ideal.
Once the pug is colored, it should be cut out and glued to the surface of a small pumpkin with craft glue.
The ears can be embellished with black felt, and pink puffy paint can be used to make a funny tongue.
Giant wiggle eyes are the perfect finishing touch for this craft, and when completed, it will make anyone smile!
6. I Love Pugs Craft Box
For this adorable craft, give each child a small, plain box from a discount store.
Next, each youngster should color and cut out a pug and seal it in contact paper. It should then be glued to the surface of the box’s lid.
Heart stickers are perfect for decorating the sides of the box, and “I love pugs” can be written on the front in white or black puffy paint.
Another pug should be colored and glued to the inside of the lid for a fun surprise for the recipient.
7. A Cute Bedroom Door Sign
A pug is a fun animal to use on a bedroom door sign, and all youngsters enjoy this craft.
Once the pug is colored and cut from the page, the child can trace and cut out a large bone from white poster board, gluing the pug to its center.
The words “Welcome” or “Enter” can be drawn on the bone with craft paint, or the child can give the pug some teeth and write “Beware of Dog” for fun!
8. Pug Paper Mask
Children love masks, and nothing is funnier than a pug mask!
Once the pug’s face is colored, it should be glued to thin cardboard and cut from the page.
Holes should be cut out for the eyes, and a hole punch should be used on either side of the cutout.
An elastic string can then be attached so that the child can have fun wearing the mask. A coat or two of acrylic spray will keep the mask in good shape for a long time.
9. A Funny Desktop Pug
For this hilarious craft, cut an empty paper towel cardboard in two pieces, at a two-thirds, one-third ratio. These will be the pug’s head and body.
Once the pug is colored, the body and head should be cut out separately and laminated to the two cardboard pieces.
A popsicle stick should be used to attach the body and head.
Black pom-poms can be added as feet, and this comical pug can be placed on a desk or bureau for lots of laughs.
10. A Funny Doggie Bag
For this fun craft, use a simple brown or white paper bag, and decorate the top with brown pom-poms.
Next, the pug should be colored and cut from the page, leaving a little border around the cutout’s edge.
It should be glued to the front of the bag, and a black marker can be used to write “doggie bag” around the border.
Another pug can be colored, cut out, and placed inside the bag with his head sticking over the top for a hilarious doggie bag.