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Sofia The First Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

Prepare to step into a magical kingdom with these 20 enchanting Sofia The First coloring pages, free for you to download and print! Sofia The First, as the tale unfolds, showcases the challenges and adventures of a young girl thrust into the world of royalty after her mother’s marriage to a king.

Included below are a wide range of illustrations, capturing moments like Sofia’s first ball, her interactions with woodland creatures, magical amulet adventures, her bond with Princess Amber, her time at the Royal Prep Academy, plus many others that you can see below!

To start coloring any of these pages, click on any of the below pictures or links to open the PDF copy on a new page. Once opened, you can then freely download and print as many times 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 Sofia The First Coloring Pages

Here are 10 affordable, fun, and creative craft ideas you can do with your completed coloring page!

10. Heart-Shaped Pendant Necklace

For this craft, you will need heart-shaped pendant trays for jewelry-making, which you can find on Amazon (for sure) or perhaps your local craft store.

You’re going to have your kids pick out which Sofia The First figure they want to feature in the necklace, print it out, and have them color it in.

Then they’ll cut it down to size, perhaps just focusing on her face or upper body, into the shape of a heart that will fit inside the pendant.

You can just set the heart cut-out inside the pendant or glue it down; fit the top onto it and string a chain or cording through the bail.

9. Sofia The First Puppets

You can make adorable puppets out of my Sofia the First pictures in just a few steps.

You’ll print the figures you want to use onto cardstock, as it’s sturdier and less flimsy than typical computer paper.

Have your kids color in the figures and cut them out. Then, they can glue crafting sticks to the back for handles.

Let the glue dry completely before playing!

8. Hair Accessories

To make cute Sofia the First headbands or barrettes, you will need plain plastic hair pieces, as well as shrink sheets and a hot glue gun.

You’ll print out the figures you want to use onto the shrink sheets, have your kids color them in with markers, and cut them out.

Bake them and let them cool.

Once they’re ready, you can hot glue them to the headbands or barrettes, plus add any ribbons or lace that you like.

Wait for the glue to dry completely before putting it into the hair!

7. Luggage Tags

If your little one is a jet setter, just like mom and dad, she or he will need some luggage tags for their suitcases!

To make Sofia the First luggage tags, you’ll pull up a blank, printable template; make sure there are two of however many you’re printing.

On every other tag template, you will add the Sofia the First figure you want to use.

(It’s better if you cut and paste a section of the picture rather than use the whole thing for images with a lot going on in them.)

Print those off onto cardstock and then cut them out carefully. Then, take two tags of the same size/shape and glue them together so that the picture is face out.

Stack some books on top of the tags and let them dry overnight for a good seal!

Write your kid’s info on the non-picture side, have them color in the picture side, and then punch a hole for the string or cord to attach the tag to the luggage.

6. Lunch Boxes

For an old-school throwback lunch box, you’ll print the figures you want to use, have your kids color them in, and cut them out.

Then, you’ll take a blank plastic lunchbox and Mod-Podge the figures to the outside.

The Mod Podge will act as a sealant, so you don’t have to worry about spills.

Let dry overnight just to be safe!

5. Customized Notepads

You can use my Sofia the First illustrations as decoration or embellishment for customized notepads (that would make really cute birthday gifts or even party favors!).

Go to a site like VistaPrint and start the process of making a customized notepad.

You can isolate the Sofia the First figures you want to use and upload them to the design page, moving them around the page until you like where they’re positioned.

4. Sofia The First 3D Dress Page

To make this craft, you will need purple gauze – which you can find in fabric stores, to be sure, but you can also use an inexpensive, gauzy tablecloth.

You’ll print out and have your child color in the Sofia the First picture of their choice; I highly recommend a simple one, like Easy Sofia The First Coloring Page.

Then, they’re going to cut out two bits of gauzy fabric and cut them to size so that it fits the top layer of Sofia’s dress.

Fold the top side down just a bit and staple the fabric into place. Your child can also embellish the fabric first with lace or ribbon.

3. Play Fans

Another cute party activity or favor idea, for this one, you will need plastic round handheld fans, which you can find on Amazon for less than $11.

The kids will color in and cut out the Sofia the First figures they want to use and paste them to the fan, along with any ribbons, lace, glitter, sequins, or even feathers that they like.

Wait for the glue to dry before letting the kids fan themselves!

2. DIY Mazes

You can make 3D mazes with a cardboard box and straws glued down (either single or doubled-up straws) into the pathways.

Then decorate the sides of the box with plain wrapping paper and Sofia the First cut-outs.

1. Sofia The First Tissue Paper Dress Pictures

For this craft, you will need tissue paper in whatever color – or colors – your kid wants Sofia the First’s dress to be in!

Print out the page you want to use and have your kid color in everything except Sofia’s dress.

Then, cut up tissue paper into squares or rectangles and have your child pinch the paper from the middle, bunch it up and fluff it out.

They’ll glue the pinched part to the page until Sofia’s dress is totally filled in.

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