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Simpsons Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

On this page, you will find 20 original Simpsons coloring pages that are all free to download and print! I was incredibly excited to draw these pages as The Simpsons was one of my favorite TV shows to watch growing up as a kid! Well, when I was allowed to watch it!

For this series, I illustrated a wide range of iconic scenes, characters, and themes from the show that are sure to bring the nostalgia flooding back! Some of the favorites that I drew are Granpa Simpson, Spider Pig from The Simpsons Movie, Homer, Marge, Itchy and Scratchy, plus many more!

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To start coloring, you can click on any of the links or pictures below, which will open the PDF file on a new page. Once opened, you are then free to download and print! Whoo-hoo!

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 Simpsons Coloring Pages

The Simpsons are loved by kids of all ages. This all-time favorite cartoon has endured through the decades.

Here are ten of the best ways to use finished coloring pages featuring this iconic family.

1. Create a Place to Store Secret Items

For this super-fun craft, purchase a small box for your child–or let him or her make one out of a shoebox or similar item–for hiding “off-limits” belongings.

The coloring page can be used to decorate the box any way your child chooses. 

Add some freestyle art with a red marker in honor of Homer’s occupation, and draw a graffiti-style “radioactive” sign to warn adults and other kids not to snoop in the secret box!

2. Make an Awesome Bart Nightlight

Most children use nightlights, and all children will love this craft! Buy a generic nightlight with a good size cover.

The child’s finished coloring page can be cut out and laminated onto the front of the nightlight. Bart or any of the other characters can be used for this fun craft.

Nightlights don’t get hot enough to affect the paper, so there’s no need to do anything special to the plastic.

3. Put Fun Wrappers on Magic Markers

A cute and innovative way to use Simpsons coloring pages is to cut them into thin strips and use them to put fun wrappers on magic markers.

Just a little bit of invisible glue works for this craft, and it’s easy for kids of all ages.

Youngsters can even get inventive with the colors used for the page, thinking ahead to make them match the colors of the markers they’ll be wrapping them around!

4. A Funny Jar Family

Kids love to store things in jars, so why not make a commemorative Simpsons jar set?

This requires more than one coloring page, though, preferably one for each of the four main characters.

Use large jars for Homer and Marge and mini-jars for Bart and Lisa to really make it look like a jar family. 

The jars can then be used to store anything from action figures, to pens and pencils, or even to collect insects!

5. Make a Marge Pin Cushion

Kids can make a great pincushion for mom with a Marge Simpson coloring page.

Choose the appropriate page, and once it’s colored, carefully cut it out and affix it to stiff cardboard.

Take several layers of blue cotton balls or pom poms and glue them to the section of the cutout that is Marge’s high hairdo. 

Cover this part with a light coat of acrylic spray to make it stiff, and you have a hilarious pincushion.

6. Enjoyable Group Art Project

This fun classroom activity is easy, and all children can participate.

Use sheet paper or an extra large poster board, and have the children take turns drawing different buildings from scenes of The Simpsons.

When all the children have their coloring pages finished, they can cut out their individual characters and fix them wherever they like on the poster.

The characters can be looking out of windows, sitting in a car, walking, or standing on their heads! This craft is limited only by the youngster’s imagination.

7. Pin the Tail on Bart

For this entertaining craft, have your youngster color a Bart Simpson coloring page and cut the character out.

The cutout should be mounted on a thick piece of corkboard. Next, cut a “tail” out of a separate piece of paper.

The tail can really be anything the child wants, which makes this craft a lot of fun.

With darts from a novelty store or another game, have your child and his or her friends play “Pin the tail on Bart,” for some hilarious fun.

8. Decorate Bags for Party Favors

If you’re having a Simpsons themed-birthday or holiday party, Simpson coloring pages will come in very handy.

Instead of getting fancy party favor bags, invest in some small, plain brown bags. Use the finished coloring pages to decorate the bags.

Depending on how many bags are needed for the party, your child could make an entire assortment of party favor bags that all the guests are guaranteed to enjoy.

9. The Simpsons at Home

Any child who likes to draw will love this craft! 

Each child should have a large piece of white poster board on which he or she can draw the Simpsons’ home.

The windows and door of the house should be cut out, and then “shutters” can be made with small pieces of paper.

After the coloring pages are finished, each character can be placed behind one of the windows or the door, and then when the “shutters” (or screen door) are opened, the character is looking out.

10. Make Colorful Labels

Most homes have a variety of containers that are used to store food or other objects. 

After the coloring pages are finished, they can be cut up into the appropriate sizes and glued to the surface of each container’s lid.

After this, they should be sprayed with acrylic spray or laminated with something simple, such as clear packing tape. Now, plain containers have just been turned into Simpsons containers!

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