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Sailor Moon Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

Buckle up for a magical journey with these 36 mesmerizing Sailor Moon coloring pages, free for you to download and print! With these sheets, kids and adults can dive deep into the universe of Sailor Moon, a world where love, friendship, and courage take center stage!

For this series, we illustrated a wide range of enchanting scenes and characters, including the lovable klutzy Usagi to her heroic alter ego, Sailor Moon, along with the rest of the Sailor Guardians, and even the mysterious Tuxedo Mask, to name a few!

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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 Sailor Moon Coloring Pages

Sailor Moon fascinates children everywhere as she uses her special powers to save the world from evil.

Here are some great ways to use all those finished coloring pages and preserve your youngsters’ hard work.

1. Fine Art

This craft is super-fancy but not difficult. Give the youngster a rectangular piece of poster board to glue a Sailor Moon cutout from the finished page. 

The cutout should be placed directly in the middle with ample room on each side. Decorate the spaces around the cutout with glitter, puffy paint, craft gems, or stars.

Yellow puffy paint can be used to embellish Sailor’s long ponytails, and wings can be drawn with a glitter gun.

Finally, her famous brooch can be drawn freehand style for some terrific, intricate artwork!

2. Classroom Decoration

This unique decoration resembles a wallpaper border and is an ideal classroom activity. Have each youngster color Sailor Moon and her famous cat, Luna.

Once they’re cut out, the youngsters can embellish them with pipe cleaner whiskers for Luna, wiggle eyes for Sailor, and yellow yarn ponytails.

Using a long piece of embroidery thread, the cutouts should be threaded together in a staggered pattern, with Luna in between every two Sailor cutouts.

You’ll be surprised how colorful and pretty this banner looks in the classroom!

3. Sailor Moon Doll

To make this great Sailor Moon doll, simply clean out an empty dish detergent bottle, and laminate it with light-colored construction paper.

When Sailor is colored and cut out, she should be glued to the front of the bottle. 

Glue blue tissue paper around the bottle’s center as Sailor’s skirt and two red pom-poms can be used to depict her famous ponytail fasteners.

To get extra creative, have the youngster cut a cat from construction paper and tuck it under Sailor’s arm. This cute doll can be displayed anywhere.

4. Sailor Mobile

To make this adorable mobile, tie six to seven pieces of string to a craft ring or old embroidery hoop.

When the youngster has colored and cut out several Sailor and Luna characters, holes should be punched at the top of the cutouts, and they can be attached to the ring.

Red and yellow pipe cleaners can be twisted around the ring to make it extra fancy.

The youngsters may also want to attach tiny craft jingle bells to the bottom of the cutouts to give the mobile some sound!

5. Ring Toss Game

To make this exciting ring toss game, cut out two small squares from styrofoam and use them to anchor two empty wrapping paper rolls.

Next, reinforce several paper plates with thin cardboard, and cut out the centers, leaving only ribbed-edge rings.

Laminate the cardboard towers with cutouts from Sailor Moon coloring pages, and use the modified paper plates as the rings for the game!

6. Parachuting Fun

To make this cute piece of artwork, have the youngsters trace and cut out parachutes from poster board. They can be embellished or colored however they desire.

When Sailor Moon is colored and cut out, yellow yarn should be attached to her ponytails to lengthen them and create texture.

These should be fashioned in the shape of a heart and with tiny dabs of crazy glue glued to the bottom of the parachute.

This makes it look as if she is parachuting by her ponytails!

7. Sailor’s Crescent Moon

If your youngster enjoys outer space and solar system trivia, this craft is perfect.

On a large piece of poster board, have the youngster draw a crescent moon and decorate the surrounding space with planets, stars, and constellations.

When Sailor is colored and cut out, she can be glued to the crescent moon, as if she’s hanging there in outer space.

Underneath, the child can write several fun facts about the solar system for a unique keepsake poster.

8. Sailor Moon Sandwich Box

All kids love this craft, and it’s easy to make. Use a coloring page that showcases Sailor’s famous long ponytails and give the youngster an ordinary sandwich box.

Once Sailor is colored, the character should be cut from the page, with her ponytails cut out separately.

Glue her to the surface of the box’s lid with invisible glue. However, glue the ponytails in two separate steps, with part of them on the lid and the other on the sides.

This makes it look like her ponytails are holding the sandwich box shut!

9. Sailor Moon Charm Necklace

This unique craft is very easy and ideal for any age child. From the finished Sailor Moon coloring pages, let the youngster cut out small pieces, approximately 1” x 1”.

These should be laminated with contact paper, and a small hole made at the top of each one.

Using embroidery thread, craft chain, or yarn, each one should be added to the necklace, sort of like charms.

This colorful necklace will last a long time!

10. Make an Original Height Chart

All youngsters get measured as they grow, so why not make it fun? 

To make this easy craft, simply use a long narrow piece of stock paper or kraft paper, and mark off feet and inches with a black marker.

To the left of the marks, the entire strip can be decorated with Sailor Moon cutouts from the finished pages.

 Text bubbles can be added so that Sailor can comment on each height milestone the child reaches!

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