On this page, you will find 20 Stranger Things coloring pages that are all free to download and print! When Stranger Things was first released on Netflix, my husband and I immediately fell in love with the show as it perfectly captured what it was like to grow up as a kid in the 80s (geez, that makes me feel old!).
For this series, I illustrated some of the most iconic scenes and characters from the TV series, including Eleven, The Party (Dustin, Lucus, Will, and Mike), Max, Nancy Wheeler, Hopper, Billy, and of course, some villains such as Vecna and Demogorgons.
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 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 Stranger Things Coloring Pages
Here are 10 cheap, fun, and creative craft ideas you can do with your completed coloring page!
1. Make a Demogorgon Centerpiece
Since Demogorgon’s head is shaped like a mysterious flower, a page featuring this character is perfect for an otherworldly centerpiece.
Once Demogorgon is colored and cut from the page, it should be glued to cardboard and laminated with glassine.
Next, a long craft stick should be stapled or glued to the back of the cutout.
Papier-mâché flowers, feathers, and other craft items can be used to make a mystical bouquet, and the Demogorgon character can be placed in the middle!
2. Design a Stranger Things Crown
Any of the above pages can be used to make a super fun paper crown that can be worn to a Halloween or Stranger Things party or event.
A simple crown-shaped hat can be made by cutting a long strip of poster board that is glued or stapled together in the back.
The Stranger Things faces can be colored and cut from the page and then affixed in a row around the top of the crown as its “jewels.”
In between, the spaces can be decorated with silver glitter, number elevens, or upside-down faces!
3. Create Crazy Sunglasses
A great way to repurpose your coloring pages is to create a crazy new look with ordinary sunglasses.
Any pair of sunglasses will do! Youngsters can color their favorite Stranger Things sheet and cut out two number elevens from the page.
These can easily be used as fun and funky borders for both panels of the sunglasses.
This larger-than-life look is as comical as it is unique, and youngsters will have loads of fun with their new shades.
4. “You’re an Eleven” Greeting Card
There’s no better way to wish someone a happy birthday than by calling the person an “11” on a scale of one to 10.
Favorite Stranger Things character, “Eleven,” is ideal for this craft.
A piece of construction paper in a bright color should be folded in half, and the Stranger Things character cut out and glued to one side.
On the other side, the child can write, “On a Scale of One to 10, You’re an 11” with puffy paint or a calligraphy pen.
5. Stranger Things Scrapbook
All kids love making scrapbooks, and these Stranger Things coloring pages are perfect for creating front and back covers.
Colorful paper embellished with glitter, star stickers, or crystals should be connected with paper fasteners to form the book.
Then, two separate pages can be used for the front and back covers.
Youngsters can write on the pages inside, as well as glue or tape memorabilia from this interesting series.
6. A Magical Kaleidoscope Craft
For a fun classroom craft, have all the children participate in drawing an abstract, kaleidoscope-type background on a large poster board.
Then, have each child color a Stranger Things character in the same way and attach it to a similar area of the poster for a sort of magic eye effect.
The border of the poster can be decorated with smaller cutouts from other Strange Things pages, and it can be displayed in the classroom!
7. Make a Unique Test Tube
For a great science class project that’s fun and interesting, have the answers make their own Stranger Things test tube.
Glassware or plastic in the shape of a science lab test tube can be purchased in a novelty store or online.
Once the coloring pages are finished, the characters or letters can be cut out and glued to the surface of the test tube.
Confetti, aquarium stones, or colored sand can be used in the bottom of the glass to look like a mystical mixture!
8. Design a Stranger Things Jack-o’-Lantern
Stranger Things is the perfect theme for a Jack-o’-lantern, and youngsters can work on this in a group or individually.
Once the coloring pages are complete, the characters can be cut out and glued to the pumpkin.
To make it extra fun, embellish the pumpkin before laminating it by painting it black and adding silver, gold, and white glitter to give it that mystical appearance.
Make sure to add several coats of acrylic spray to keep the coloring page cutouts looking attractive.
9. Make an Upside Down Door Sign
Going upside down is a favorite Stranger Things theme, and a coloring page that features this is a great choice with which to make a door sign.
Attach the coloring page to a piece of cork board or poster board, and cover it with a layer of contact paper or glassine.
Using puffy paint or even just a plain marker, write “Now Entering the Strange Zone,” but make sure to write it upside down!
10. Make a “Strange” Collage
All youngsters can participate in this great classroom craft. Each child chooses a Stranger Things page, from which one or more characters are colored and cut out.
On a giant poster board or roll of sheet paper, all the collective characters are put together to create a “strange” collage.
Obviously, putting some of the characters upside down is a must!
Adding freestyle decorations such as twinkling lights, stars, smoke, and of course, the number 11, are all great ideas too.