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Smurf Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

Prepare to dive into a world of blue with these 34 enchanting Smurf coloring pages that are entirely free to download and print! If you have students or your own children who adore the delightful antics of these tiny blue creatures, these pages will surely fill their day with creative delight!

For this series, you will find many illustrations of these beloved Smurfs in their vibrant village, including the wise Papa Smurf, Smurfette, brainy Smurf, lazy Smurf, handy Smurf, Vexy Smurf, gutsy Smurf, farmer smurf, and of course the mischievous Gargamel!

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To access any of these coloring sheets, click on a link or image to open the PDF on a new page. Once opened, you can download or print that page as many times as you want!

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 Smurf Coloring Pages

Here are affordable, fun, and creative craft ideas you can do with your completed coloring page!

10. Cotton Hat Smurfs

To make this Smurf-y craft, you will need lots of cotton balls – and the best part is, you don’t have to worry about dyeing them a different color!

Pick Smurf pictures where the hat features prominently (as long as it isn’t Papa Smurf – his hat is red!) and print it out.

Have your kids dip the cotton balls into the glue and then glue them within the lines of the hat. 

They can also color in the Smurfs’ bodies and clothes to complete the picture. 

This is a great craft for pre-K and kindergartners, and it works on kids’ fine motor skills and pinching grasp.

9. Paper Dolls 

To make paper dolls out of my Smurf pictures, you will need cardstock and glue.

You’re going to pick the Smurf figures your kids want to use and print them out. Have the kids color them in and cut them out.

Next, they’ll place the cutouts onto the cardstock, trace around, and then cut out the outline.

Finally, they’ll paste the two pieces together to make one sturdier paper doll that they can play with again and again.

8. Masks

Find a Smurf picture that features the face prominently; you might have to copy/paste the illustration into a word processor document, isolate the face and resize it to fit.

Print that out, have your kids color in the face (plus any hats or even hair they want to include), and cut it out.

They’re going to poke two holes on either side of the Smurf’s head and then tie off pieces of string through the holes.

The strings should be long enough so that they can meet behind their head and tie in a bow to secure the mask.

7. Puppets

You will need popsicle sticks and cardstock to make puppets out of the Smurf’s faces.

You’re going to pick out which Smurfs’ faces you want to use, print them, color them in, and cut them out.

Your kids will then place them against the cardstock and trace around them. Then they’ll cut out the outlines they drew and paste the two pieces together.

Finally, they’ll paste the popsicle sticks to the backs of the heads; wait for the glue to dry, and then you’ve got some adorable puppets to stage theatricals.

6. Crystal Smurfs

Pick a Smurf illustration that is on the simpler side – fewer lines, less going on. 

You’re going to get a bunch of flat-backed crafting crystals – they sell them on Amazon or at your local crafting store – and glue for adhering them.

Instruct your kids to fill in the lines with the crystals, using blue for the Smurfs’ skin, clear for their hats, etc. 

This is an awesome craft for older kids, and if you’re an adult who wants to participate, you can pick a more involved picture!

5. Greeting Cards

With just a few modifications on the computer, you can use my Smurf pictures to wish friends and family a happy birthday, a happy anniversary, or even a happy first day of spring.

You’re going to copy and paste the picture into a word processor document that has been oriented to landscape.

Center the picture on the right-hand side; you can then add text boxes with your message.

When you print it out, you’ll fold it so the picture is on the “front page,” and you can write a personal greeting on the inside.

4. Smurf Rocks

You’ll need smooth-topped rocks and Mod Podge (or spray sealant) to make Smurf rocks.

First, you’re going to resize the Smurfs so that they’ll fit onto the rocks – about two inches tall, at most.

Print those out and have your kids color them in and cut them out. They’re going to then Mod Podge the cutouts to the rocks.

Wait for them to dry; then, you can place them in your potted plants, your garden, or even out for others to find in parks or on trails.

3. Pins

To make cute Smurf pins, you will need shrink sheets; you’re going to print out the Smurf figures your kids want to use onto the shrink sheets.

Your kids will then color them in with markers and cut them out. You’ll bake them per your shrink sheet’s instructions.

Once they’re cooled, you can hot glue them to pin backs and attach them to shirts, shoes, backpacks, or purses!

2. Planters

Smurfs are synonymous with nature and plants (they live in mushroom-like houses, after all), so make them right at home with planters.

You’re going to gather planters of any kind – terracotta, ceramic, even glass vases – and Mod Podge the Smurf cutouts to the surface.

The great thing about Mod Podge is that it seals the cutouts onto the planters, so you don’t have to worry about dripping water on them when you water your plants.

1. Christmas Tree Ornaments

Get ornament-shaped wooden pieces from your craft store or online.

You’ll print out the Smurf figures your kids want to use and have them color them in and cut them out.

They can paint the ornaments first and then Mod Podge the cut-outs to the wooden pieces.

Be sure to mark on the back the year they were created!

Finish them off by tying festive cording to the ornament and using that to hang them up on the tree.

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