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Tails Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

Press start and soar into the colorful realm of Sonic with these 18 Tails coloring pages that are yours to freely download and print! These sheets put you right into the action-packed world of Sonic the Hedgehog, showcasing the charismatic and intelligent two-tailed fox, Miles “Tails” Prower.

This collection focuses on a wide array of Tails illustrations, including the traditional yellow, two-tailed hero, Tails showcasing his signature flying ability, camaraderie moments with Sonic, and the innovative Tails using his technical genius, to name a few!

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To get started, click on any of the below images or links, which will open the PDF coloring sheet in a new tab. From there, you are free to download, print, or even color digitally on an iPad.

All of these coloring pages are on standard US letter size, but they also fit perfectly onto A4 paper sizes too! Enjoy!

10 Craft Ideas To Do With Tails Coloring Pages

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

10. Paper Toys

You’ll just print out the Tails figures you want to use onto white cardstock and then have your kids color them in and cut them out.

The crafting time is 20 minutes max (depending on how old your kids are), but the playtime, once their imaginations are sparked? Endless.

9. Craft Pom Pom Fill-In Pages

You’ll print out the pictures you want to use and then have your kids glue craft pom poms onto them, staying as best within the lines as they can.

They’ll use orange pom poms where Tails’ fur is orange, white where it’s white, and they can even glue on googly eyes for his peepers.

8. Tails Popsicle Stick Puppets

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

This is best done using cardstock, as it’s much more durable than regular computer paper.

Then, they can glue craft popsicle sticks to the backs of the figures; depending on how large the cut-outs are, they can use regular size sticks or extra-large (or they can double up the sticks).

Let the glue dry, and then you have some pretty cute props for putting on a little Sonic the Hedgehog performance!

7. Tails Headbands

I actually recommend the Kawaii Tails Coloring Page for Preschoolers for this craft, as it has simple, straightforward lines.

You’ll print it out for as many headbands as you need and then, starting just below Tails’ goggles, cut along the bottom outline.

It’s up to you if you want to include his little fluff of forward-facing fur, but I think it adds a nice touch!

Once you’re done cutting along the bottom, you can then cut along his ears. Have your kids color in that cut-out.

Then, you’re going to take orange or black or even white construction paper and cut it into two-inch strips. Fit the strips around your kids’ heads (you might need to use more than one strip).

Affix with tape or glue and then add the cut-out to the front of the headband, also with tape or glue.

6. Tails Bracelets

For these easy Tails bracelets, you’ll first likely want to resize Tails so that he’s roughly the size of your child’s wrist.

Print him out and have your kids color him and cut him out, then set aside.

Next, you’ll cut construction paper – any color you like, but I prefer orange, yellow, or white – into one or two-inch strips. Fit it around your child’s wrist (but don’t close it up yet!).

Lay the strips flat and then glue the cut-outs onto the middle. Let the glue dry, and then re-wrap around your kids’ wrists and tape into place.

5. Tails Paper Plate Crafts

For this craft, you’ll print out the Tails figure you want to use (you might need to size it down first) onto cardstock.

Have your kids color it in and cut it out, then paste a popsicle stick to the back.

Next, you’re going to take a paper plate and cut about a half-inch strip into it, from one edge of the rim to the other.

Decorate the front of the plate with a background – grass or sky are easy and look great!

Then you poke the Tails figure up through the slit you cut and make him bounce and run!

4. Tails Mini-Bags

To make Tails mini-bags, you’ll need to print out the same picture twice onto cardstock (I highly recommend Tails Doing Peace Sign, as it’s the most conducive to a little purse!).

Color in the central figure on only one sheet but cut out both. Then, you’ll cut out a two-or-three-inch strip of paper that is about six to eight inches long.

Make the paper strip line up along the curvature of the back cut-out and glue it on; then glue on the top (the Tails that are colored in).

Make a thinner strip of paper that is also longer and attach it to either side of the thicker strip for a handle.

3. Birthday Party Posters

If you want to announce your birthday party in a general way, add text to one of my Tails pictures, digitally color it in, and then print out as many copies as you like!

2. Tails Party Table Centerpieces

You’ll need a small cardboard box turned upside down and covered with white paper.

Then, you’ll pick three Tails figures, print those, have your kids color them in, and cut them out. They’ll attach extra-long lollipop sticks to the backs.

Next, you’ll take orange tissue paper, bunch it up, pouf it out, and tape one end to the box (so that the poufy side is facing outward).

Then you’ll poke three holes in the box, small enough so the lollipop sticks just fit and the Tails figures stick out above the tissue paper.

1. Tails With Ring Figurine

For this craft, you’ll need a wooden circle plus a wooden ring. Paint the circle whatever color you like, and then the ring gold (if you can’t find gold paint, just use yellow).

You’ll print out the Tails figure you want to use onto cardstock, color him in, and cut him out.

Glue both the ring and the Tails figure to the circle (both standing up) and let the glue dry completely before moving the figurine.

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