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Stained Glass Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

On this page, you will find 28 original stained glass coloring pages that are all free to print or download! For this series, we illustrated various pages, including detailed stained glass designs with angels, crosses, flowers, doves, Christmas themes, and many more!

These printables are great for adults and kids who are after a coloring project to do during the holiday season or want something relaxing to do. While these pictures might be more difficult to color, the end results are fantastic, especially when using a variety of colors!

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To access these coloring pages, you can click on any link or image to open the sheet on a new page. Once opened, you can then download and print completely for free!

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 Stained Glass Coloring Pages

Stained glass coloring pages are especially beautiful due to the jewel-toned shades that youngsters and adults typically color them with.

Below are some craft ideas that are perfect for this kind of coloring page.

1. Make Framed Wall Art

Making original wall art is one of the best things to do with finished stained glass coloring pages.

After the page is finished, laminate it, or choose a picture frame that comes with protective plastic.

Red and blue make particularly nice colors for picture frames, but any color will look nice. When it’s finished, sit it on a desk or hang it on the wall for a permanent decoration.

2. Design an Original Holiday Ornament

Stained glass coloring pages make terrific holiday ornaments, and the colors blend perfectly with Christmas decorations.

Take a cup or other circular object and trace multiple circles on the finished coloring page. Use scalloped-edge scissors to cut them out and fold each circle in half.

Glue them together, using one side of each circle, and place a piece of yarn in the middle. Then, unfurl the circles to make a 3D ornament.

The yarn can be tied and used to hang the ornament wherever you wish.

3. Create an Attractive Desk Decoration

For this interesting and enjoyable craft, cut out the stained glass object from the coloring page and fold it accordion style from the bottom up.

Hold it together tightly in the folded position and punch a hole directly in the middle.

Take a thin piece of wood with a sharp end and thread it through the hole, then gently stretch the page back out. 

The fold will give it an interesting appearance and texture, and the pointy end can be pushed into a corkboard base for a great desk ornament.

4. Decorate a Bible Study Journal

If your child goes to Sunday school or participates in any spiritual exercises, he or she will enjoy decorating an otherwise plain journal with a stained glass coloring page.

Perfect for this type of craft, simply take the coloring page and laminate the front cover of the journal, and seal it with glassine.

Don’t forget you can also decorate the back cover or even the inside covers of the journal!

5. Make a Beautiful Liner for a Jewel Box

Since many stained glass colors are shades of various gemstones, a finished stained glass coloring page is perfect for lining a jewelry box or treasure box.

Have your child use bright blue, ruby red, and emerald green to color the page, after which it can be carefully affixed to the bottom of a jewelry box or even a pirate’s treasure box.

It can be used as is or laminated, but either way, it makes a fun, permanent way to use the finished page.

6. Design a Crown or Tiara

It’s easy to make a crown or tiara out of a finished coloring page. Templates can be found everywhere, and they are easy to cut out and fold.

Stained-glass colors are perfect for this project, and you can make it as simple or complicated as you like.

Once the crown or tiara is made, additional coloring pages can be used to embellish it by cutting out each individual section on the page.

These can be added to the finished crown as “jewels.”

7. Decorate Easter Eggs or Candy

Stained glass is often used in Easter decorations, so why not decorate candy or Easter eggs? 

Use the finished coloring page to wrap candy bars for Easter baskets or cut out individual portions of the coloring page to decorate colored easter eggs.

Stained glass coloring pages can also be cut into bunny ears for youngsters to wear when inspecting their Easter baskets!

8. Make Stained Glass Coasters

Stained glass coloring pages are typically very pretty and therefore make a great choice for creating homemade coasters.

Cut a piece of corkboard into four equal parts, and do the same with the coloring page.

Place one part of the page on each piece of corkboard, and use broad-size clear tape over the top to laminate it.

You can also have fun placing all four coasters together to recreate the full coloring page when the coasters are not being used. 

9. Craft a Lovely Fan

Stained-glass coloring pages are ideal for making a pretty, colorful fan. Simply turn the coloring page sideways and fold it accordion style.

Staple the bottom, and tie a small muslin bag around the bottom. Take a piece of red or blue yarn, and tie it around the top of the muslin bag to secure it, as well as decorate the fan.

Trim the top of the fan with scalloped edge scissors and unfold a perfect fan!

10. Make a Beautiful Table Vase

This craft can be made with a jar, glass vase, or plastic vase; as long as it’s clear, it will work!

Finish the coloring page with bright, bold colors, and wrap the page around the vase or jar with invisible glue. 

Alternatively, you can cut shapes out of the page, such as hearts or balloons, and attach each one individually to the outside of the jar.

The effect is strikingly pretty, especially when you use it as a table centerpiece or on a windowsill.

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