Step cautiously into the deceptive Odd World with these 20 Rainbow Friends coloring pages, free for you to download and print! With these sheets, you can explore the game’s dark twists and turns, where bright and cheerful scenes hide eerie surprises and unexpected horrors!
In this collection, you’ll encounter all the Rainbow Friends characters, including Red, Blue, Green, Orange, Purple, Yellow, and Cyan. Also included are creepy scenes from this iconic and beloved video game! All you need are some coloring pencils and imagination to bring these pages to life!
To get started, click on any of the below images or links, which will open the PDF coloring sheet in a new tab. From there, you are free to download, print, or even color digitally on an iPad.
All of these coloring pages are on standard US letter size, but they also fit perfectly onto A4 paper sizes too! Enjoy!
10 Craft Ideas To Do With Rainbow Friends Coloring Pages
Rainbow Friends are those quirky, funny, frightening creatures who are a big hit with many youngsters.
If you’re looking for some enjoyable and inexpensive crafts to do with the finished pages, try these top ten.
1. Make Hilarious, Lifelike Artwork
When the youngster has finished coloring a Rainbow Friends character, it should be cut out with an extra slit cut over the mouth.
Then, using construction paper in the same color, cut a long strip and fold it up like an accordion.
One end should be threaded through the slit and glued fast on the back side of the cutout.
When shaken, the “accordion” will spring out unexpectedly as if it’s the character’s tongue!
2. A Simple Funny Craft
If your youngster has an old dresser you’d like to refurbish into a toy box, this craft is perfect.
Use a page featuring a simple character, and cut it out with the head and the top of the jaw as one piece, separated from the rest.
Glue the head section to the bureau’s surface directly over a drawer. Then, glue the other section inside the drawer. When opened, it looks like the character’s mouth is opening.
Repeat this across the top of the bureau with as many drawers as the child likes for a hilarious toybox!
3. Make a Rainbow Dartboard
To make this funny dartboard, have the youngster use crayons to create a dartboard in rainbow colors by drawing layers of circles and coloring in the spaces in between.
In the center, place a favorite Rainbow Friends character cut from one of the finished coloring pages.
Add wiggle eyes to two white pom-poms and attach these to the top of the “dartboard” as funny eyes. Glue the circle to a piece of corkboard for a comical game of darts.
4. Rainbow Friends Maze
This fun craft quickly turns into a game and begins with having the youngster draw a large maze on a generous-sized piece of posterboard.
The maze can be copied from a puzzle book, or the children can simply use their imagination.
Then, several Rainbow Friends characters should be colored and cut out, including the “kidnapped” character.
The youngsters can create a game with the characters, having them go through the maze to get to the center where the hostage is being held!
5. Creepy Peak-a-Boo
To make this fun craft, have the youngsters cut out their favorite creepy Rainbow Friend and set it aside.
Then, have the child draw a door on an ordinary piece of construction paper and cut out three of its sides so it can be “opened.”
The cutout from the coloring page should be glued to a separate piece of construction paper, and the page with the door should be glued on top.
When the door opens, it will reveal the creepy cutout for a good laugh.
6. Make a Rainbow Sun Catcher
The surprisingly easy craft begins with having each child color a simple rainbow on a piece of cardstock.
The rainbows should be cut out and decorated with sparkles, puffy paint, or other craft items.
The youngsters should then add cotton balls to each end of the rainbow to depict clouds.
Using three or four Rainbow Friends cutouts from the finished pages, the rainbow should be decorated with the characters. Use a curling ribbon to hang up this cute sun catcher.
7. Make a Unique Collage
Because Rainbow Friends characters are so diverse in size and shape, they are perfect for making a collage.
Using multiple cutouts from the finished coloring pages, have the youngsters arrange them however they like on a large piece of poster paper.
They can make it appear as if some of the characters are wrapping their limbs around others or positioned as if they’re hiding behind each other.
The collage can be left as-is or decorated with pom-poms, sequins, wiggle eyes, or glitter.
8. Make Rainbow Friends Party Bags
If your youngster has a Rainbow Friends-themed birthday approaching, start the fun ahead of time and let him or her create some unique party bags.
Use white bags and have the youngster decorate them to look as if the characters are climbing out of the bags.
This is easily accomplished by laminating the cutouts to cardboard and then cutting around a limb so that the character can “hang on” to the top of the bag.
The cutouts can be removed from the bags, and the child’s guests can keep them as keepsakes.
9. Rainbow Friends Cuff Bracelets
Rainbow Friends are perfect characters with which to create fun cuff bracelets. Simply cut the end from an empty wrapping paper cardboard to have a base for the craft.
Use craft paint to make the cuff a similar shade to the character the youngster has selected.
When the coloring page is finished, the character’s head should be cut out and glued to a layer of cotton batting.
Then, glue the cotton to the top of the cuff for an interesting 3D bracelet.
10. Make a Unique Storage Container
For this fun craft, give the youngster a small cardboard box to laminate with a cutout from the finished coloring page.
Extra pages can be used to decorate the other sides if desired. The box can be used to store crayons, markers, and pencils.
Cut a small hole where the character’s mouth is, and the youngster can feed it paperclips, thumbtacks, or other extra items he or she may wish to store in the box.