On this page, you will find 20 original Sleeping Beauty coloring pages that are all free to download and print! For this series, I illustrated various styles, characters, and iconic scenes from the movie, including Sleeping Beauty, Maleficent, Prince Phillip, the fairies, cute Kawaii ones, and many more!
These printables are great for kids (especially young girls) who want to do something creative while showing appreciation for this iconic Disney movie. For some extra uses of these pages, they can double as party decorations, scrapbooking cutouts, posters, plus many more artsy uses!
To start coloring these pages, click on any of the below pictures or links to open the PDF file on a new page. Once opened, you can then download or print the high-resolution pages as many times as you please!
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 Sleeping Beauty Coloring Pages
Here are 10 fun, cheap, and creative things you can do with your completed coloring pages!
10. Paper Dolls
My Sleeping Beauty coloring pages are perfect for turning into paper dolls that your kids can play with again and again.
Print off the illustrations you wish to turn into paper dolls – I have plenty of full-body pictures, including Sleeping Beauty, the Prince, Maleficent, the Fairies, and even the dragon.
Encourage your kids to color in just the figures and then paste the page onto a sheet of posterboard or construction paper.
This reinforces the dolls so that they aren’t as flimsy (or tearable).
Have the kids cut them out carefully along the lines (smaller children might want to just cut out ovals containing the figures).
They can then play with them as is or add craft sticks to the back so they can hold onto the figures more easily.
You could also turn my Sleeping Beauty coloring pages into little puzzles, which are especially great if you have a whole classroom of kids and they can swap.
Print off the illustrations you wish to use and have the kids color them in.
Then, if they’re older kids, give them Sharpies and have them draw puzzle-like pieces over the illustrations.
If you have younger kids, you might want to make the puzzle piece shapes yourself – and make them larger than for older children.
Then, have the kids cut out the puzzle pieces carefully and then swap puzzles with their neighbors; make sure all the pieces go into baggies with their names on them.
The puzzles also make great travel companions if you have a road trip or flight.
8. Party Decorations
For a sweet little girl’s Sleeping Beauty-themed birthday party, consider using my coloring pages as homemade party decorations.
There are lots to color and cut out, from the three Fairies to the handsome prince, to the evil Maleficent, to Aurora herself.
Use the entire page or just the figures; they make great wall décor, and with a hole punch and some crepe paper, could also be turned into streamers.
7. Cake Topper
For the same birthday party, why not have the birthday girl contribute a little handmade ornament to her cake?
She can pick her favorite character and color them in. Then have her cut out the figure, leaving two-inch strips on either side at the bottom.
What you’ll do after she cuts out the figure is connect the strips so that they form a circle – you can tape or staple them together.
This should allow the figure to stand upright, which you can then use to top her cake.
For this craft, you will need a Cricut machine. Have your child pick out the illustration they want to transfer to a pillow and then have them color it in digitally.
You’re going to print it onto iron-on vinyl and then have the Cricut machine “read” the design; it’ll then cut it out perfectly.
Iron-on or press the design to a pillowcase, put the pillow inside, and voilà! You have an adorable decorative statement for the couch or her bed.
5. Greeting Cards
My Sleeping Beauty coloring sheets also make awesome greeting cards, ideal for a little girl’s birthday or just to say hello to a neighbor or friend.
You’ll have to do some computer wizardry first: shrink the image to a fourth of its regular size and place it in the bottom-right corner of the page.
Print it out that way and then fold it, end to end, and then again, so that the picture is on the “front page.”
Have your child color in the illustration; if you can fit Happy Birthday or Thinking of You onto the front, do so; if not, write a sweet message on the inside.
Instead of coloring in my Sleeping Beauty coloring pages with colored pencils or crayons, or markers, why not set up a little painting studio for your kids?
You can buy or make easels (out of cardboard boxes, no less) and get all the supplies you need at the dollar store: paints, brushes, cups for water, etc.
Let your kids’ imaginations run wild and encourage creativity by not limiting them to painting the sky blue or the grass green; let them paint everything whatever color they want!
Some of the above Sleeping Beauty coloring sheets are quite detailed, but your kids could use some of the simpler ones to create mosaics.
To do this, you’ll need scraps of construction paper – smaller ones for older kids and larger pieces for younger ones.
They’ll simply take the pieces of paper and place them within the lines of the illustration, changing color for different items (like green for the grass, or yellow for Aurora’s hair).
Or, your kids could do a hybrid mosaic, placing scraps of paper for the background and coloring in the figures.
The figures on the above printables would make excellent bookmarks if colored in, reinforced with card stock or posterboard, and cut out.
Or, you could shrink the entire sheet down to a smaller size and have the kids color it in with colored pencils or markers.
Totally up to you, but you could then poke a little hole at the top of the bookmark and thread ribbon or yarn through for a finishing touch.
The above coloring pages can also make excellent valentines; all the kids have to do is color in the image and add a bit of text.
Some ideas include:
- “Dreaming of you, Valentine” (Sleeping Beauty Asleep In Bed)
- “May All Your Wishes Come True” (Multiples)
- “You’ve Slain My Heart, Valentine” (Prince Phillip Fighting Maleficent Dragon)
- “You’ve Cast A Spell On Me, Valentine” (Any of Maleficent)