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Tarzan Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

Swing into the heart of the jungle with these 21 Tarzan coloring pages, all available to download and print entirely for free! As you color, you’ll journey alongside Tarzan, the boy raised by gorillas, experiencing his adventures, friendships, and challenges!

This collection shows scenes featuring Tarzan’s daring tree-swinging escapades, his loyal animal companions like Terk and Tantor, and heartwarming moments with Jane. Whether it’s a face-off with wild animals or a serene moment amidst the trees, these pages bring the classic tale of Tarzan to life right before your eyes!

To use any of these free printables, you can click on any of the below images or links to open the high-resolution PDF on a new page. From there, you can freely download or print to your heart’s content!

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 Tarzan Coloring Pages

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

10. Tarzan Swinging From Vines Mobiles

For a little one’s nursery, a baby shower, or just a bit of playroom décor, you can make this adorable Tarzan mobile using our illustrations.

You’ll need an embroidery hoop – the size is up to you – as well as decorative rope and faux garden moss.

You’re going to cut the rope into strips of varying lengths and then hot glue the garden moss to it so that it looks like vines.

You can then either tie one end of the rope strands to the embroidery hoop or hot glue it.

Next, you’ll pick a few Tarzan pictures where he is in the midst of some type of action (be it swinging, crouching, sliding, etc.), print those out, color him in, and cut him out.

You’ll then glue him to the rope vines at varying heights.

Let the glue dry completely, and then hang your mobile!

9. Paper Dolls

You can have a fun afternoon with your kids as they use their imaginations for storytelling.

Pick Tarzan characters where their full body is visible (there are lots!), print them onto cardstock, and color them in.

Then cut them out, and you have reusable paper dolls.

For an added touch, you can also glue craft sticks to the backs for more of a “puppet” feel.

8. Jane-Themed Jewelry Box

You’ll need a wooden box that opens with a hinge, which you can find online at Amazon or perhaps in your crafting store.

Print out the Jane you want to use and color her in with high-quality markers or colored pencils, then cut her out.

You’re going to Mod Podge her to the jewelry box – wherever you like, be it the top or one of the sides.

Wait for the Mod Podge to dry before moving your jewels into their new home!

7. Valentines (And Valentine’s Day Boxes!)

So many of our Tarzan pictures would also make cute valentines to hand out – or they’d be great as decoration for a Valentine’s Day box to collect all your cards in.

For the Valentine, you can copy/paste the entire illustration into a word processor document (this also makes it easier to resize the picture) and add text.

For a box, you can print out the characters you want to use, color them in, and cut them out.

Then glue them to a shoe box or cardboard box that has been covered over with construction paper.

6. Tarzan Tree House 3D Art

You’ll print out the Detailed Tree House In Tarzan three times: once for the backdrop, once for the trees, and once for the tree house.

Color in the sky and the tree for the backdrop sheet.

For the tree sheet, use a slightly different shade of green for the leaves and cut away the sky backdrop.

For the tree house sheet, you’ll color in the tree house and cut that out.

Then, you can assemble the piece using two bits of paper folded in half, glue one half to the backdrop sheet and the other to the tree sheet.

Repeat that with the tree house sheet over the tree sheet. The idea is to give each layer a bit of lift.

Frame the entire page and hang it on a wall.

5. Wooden Heart Hanger

You’ll need wooden hearts with holes drilled into the top middle, which you can find either online at Amazon or in your local crafting store.

Before you go on to the next step, if you want, you can paint the heart. We recommend white, pink, or green.

Next, you’ll use the picture of Tarzan Looking Lovingly At Jane and center the wooden heart over their faces; trace around the heart and set it aside.

Color in just what falls inside the heart you drew and cut it out. You’re going to Mod Podge the cut-out to the wooden heart; carefully poke a hole where the heart’s hole is.

Then you’ll tie off a piece of ribbon through the hole and hang your heart somewhere prominent!

4. Baby Terk Masks

Print out Baby Terk Holding Banana onto cardstock and have your kids color in just his head. 

Then they’ll cut it out, following his chin as the lower line for his head.

Poke holes on either side of Baby Terk’s head and tie off pieces of string.

3. Perler Bead Figures

Put the peg board over the Tarzan character you want to create and “fill in” the lines with perler beads as best you can match them up.

Place a piece of parchment paper over the perler beads and iron them until there are no more holes visible.

Repeat for as many characters as you like! You can play with them or even turn them into keychains or pins.

2. Nursery Décor 

Because of the abundance of cute animals, my Tarzan pictures would make super adorable nursery décor.

Print the illustrations out onto high-quality cardstock, color them in with nice markers or colored pencils, and frame them before hanging them.

1. Tarzan + Jane Silhouette Craft

Another craft that uses the Tarzan Looking Lovingly at Jane picture, for this one you will print out the illustration onto cardstock and cut out the central figures.

Then you’ll trace them onto black cardstock, using a pencil, and cut them out.

Next, you’ll paste the silhouette onto a piece of purple paper, and if you’re any good with a pen, you could also add text like, “You’ll be in my heart.”

Frame and hang on a blank wall that needs decorating!

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