On this page, you will find 30 original Scooby-Doo coloring pages that are all free to download and print! It’s hard to believe, but Scooby-Doo has actually been around since 1969! I watched the TV show as a kid growing up, and so do my two young sons, who absolutely love this animated series.
While there have been many re-makes, movies, and spinoffs of Scooby-Doo, I tried to stick with the classics for this series, as I think they can’t be beaten! Included below are illustrations of all the iconic characters, iconic villains, the mystery machine, and of course, tons of Scooby-Doo ones!
To use any of these free printables, you can do so by clicking on the below images or links to open the high-resolution PDF on a new page. Once opened, you can then download or print as many as you like!
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 Scooby-Doo Coloring Pages
Here are 10 fun, cheap, and creative things you can do with your completed coloring pages!
10. Paper Dolls
My Scooby-Doo coloring pages are perfect for making paper dolls that boys and girls alike will have hours of fun playing with.
For starters, have the kids color in the full figures of different characters – along with Shaggy and Scooby and all the rest. There are also famous monsters from the show!
Reinforce the figures with cardstock or posterboard, glued to the back of the illustration, and then cut out the characters carefully along their outlines.
If you have younger children, they could also simply cut out ovals containing the figures or cut more widely around the lines.
The kids can act out episodes or even make their own – the possibilities are endless!
9. Wall Art
For the simplest, most straightforward craft, yet one that’s a crowd pleaser, have the kids turn my Scooby-Doo coloring pages into wall art.
Encourage the kids to color in the illustrations to the best of their ability; for older kids, have them use highly pigmented markers or high-quality coloring pencils.
Then, either mount the illustrations onto posterboard, centered in the middle so that the posterboard forms a frame around it, or frame the page.
Hang in their room, in the hallway, the bathroom, the kitchen – anywhere that needs a pop of color and some livening up.
For aspiring da Vincis and Michelangelos, set up a little painting station with my Scooby-Doo coloring pages.
You can make DIY easels out of cardboard boxes and buy the supplies you’ll need – paints, brushes, cups for water, etc. – all at the dollar store.
This could be a good activity and fun craft for a birthday party or a rainy Saturday afternoon!
Get posterboard, magazines, and my Scooby-Doo coloring sheets, and have kids craft collages.
The children should color in any illustrations they want to use, and they can leave the pages whole or cut out the figures.
Then they can search through magazines and find related objects to glue onto the collage.
6. Greeting Cards
The above pages make perfect greeting cards, especially for birthdays, Halloween, or the winter holidays!
To make the cards, you’ll need to do a little computer wizardry first: shrink the image to one-fourth of its regular size and place it in the lower-right corner of the page.
Print it out like that and then fold it end-to-end, then again – you should have the illustration on the “front page” of the card.
Get your kids to color it in, and for some added zest, why not use glitter pens or metallic markers?
Then add a sweet message on the inside, and you’re done! You might also want to put the date on the back of the card for remembrance.
5. Party Decorations
Encourage your child to have a Scooby-Doo-themed birthday party and then use my coloring pages as decoration – with an assist from your child, of course!
You can have your kiddo color in the illustrations and then keep them whole or cut out figures.
They can go on the walls, on the tables, accompany platters of food (Scooby Snacks, anyone?), or even be used in conjunction with streamers.
Figures from my Scooby-Doo coloring pages would make excellent bookmarks, and it’s fun and easy to do.
You’ll likely want to shrink the page a bit before printing so that you have figures that fit inside books.
Have kids color in the characters of choice – you’ll probably want to choose full-body illustrations, like Daphne, Fred, Scooby, or even one of the monsters.
Then you can either cut out the figure and paste it onto a rectangular piece of posterboard or paste the illustration to the posterboard and then cut it out – your call.
What’s fun is that the character’s face will poke up out of the book when in use!
For this magnet craft, you’ll only need the heads/faces of different characters, plus glass stones, Mod Podge, and glue (hot or super).
Have your kids color in the faces of the characters they want to make magnets out of, and then carefully cut them out.
You’re going to Mod Podge the face, face-up, onto the bottom of the glass stone (you’ll probably want to get larger ones; you can find them at most craft stores or dollar stores).
Then, once that’s dry, hot glue or superglue a little round magnet to the back/bottom. Let that dry completely, and you’ve got some groovy new fridge accessories!
For this craft, you’ll need shrink sheets, and you’ll print the illustration(s) of choice onto it.
Then, your kids will color in the illustrations like usual and cut out the figures carefully; you’ll also want to punch a hole where you want the keychain piece to go.
You’ll bake the figures according to the shrink sheet directions and let them cool completely. Then thread the keychain piece through the hole.
These adorable crafts a great to keep but also make cute little gifts for a friend or family member!
To make pins, you’ll again need shrink sheets. Follow the instructions for making keychains minus the hole punch.
When the figures have cooled after being baked, you will use hot glue or superglue to affix a bar pin to the back.
Place on shirts, shoes, shorts, or even backpacks!