Get ready to shake it off with these 20 Taylor Swift coloring pages that are completely free to download or print! As one of the most successful pop stars of her generation, Taylor Swift has captivated audiences with her powerful lyrics and ever-evolving style, making her an inspiring subject for coloring pages and creative projects!
For this series, I illustrated various moments from Taylor Swift’s illustrious career, highlighting her iconic outfits, memorable performances, Taylor with fans, and beloved music video scenes. No matter your age or artistic skills, grab your favorite coloring pencils or markers and let your imagination soar, one star-studded page at a time!
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!
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10 Craft Ideas To Do With Taylor Swift Coloring Pages
Here are 10 affordable, fun, and creative craft ideas you can do with your completed coloring page!
10. Cute Jewelry
Turn my Taylor Swift pictures into adorable jewelry that you and your little ones can wear while rocking out to music – either in your kitchen or at a live concert!
You’ll print the figures you want to use onto shrink sheets, which you can buy online at sites like Amazon.
Color in the figures with markers and cut them out; if you’re attaching anything with O-rings or clasps, you’ll want to punch holes where you want those to go.
Bake all the cut-outs per the instructions and wait for them to cool completely.
Once they’re ready, you can use pliers to attach the jewelry findings or hot glue post earring backs to the cut-outs.
To make t-shirts, hoodies, or even canvas totes, you will need a Cricut (or something like it).
You’re going to use the print and cut feature; start by printing the Taylor Swift design you want to use onto iron-on vinyl.
Then you’ll feed it into your Cricut and let it work its magic; when it’s done, you’ll have decals you can apply to whatever clothing you want.
Iron those on, and really – you’re saving yourself and your kids a bundle in cash because Taylor Swift t-shirts can be really pricey!
8. Wrapping Paper
For any major Taylor Swift fan, you can use my drawings of the pop superstar as wrapping paper for a small item.
Simply print off the picture you want to use, color it in, and lay it face-down on a flat surface.
Then put the item in the middle of the page and draw up the corners of the paper before bringing them down and taping them.
If you wanted to make a bigger “sheet” of wrapping paper, you could also tape four or six pages together!
7. Room Décor
My Taylor Swift pictures would make excellent room décor for any tweens or teens who idolize the pop star.
Some ideas include simply coloring in the pictures and framing them (create a gallery wall!) or cutting out Taylor figures and using them to make collages or posters.
6. Glitter Paintings
Taylor Swift is associated with glitz and glamour, so give her pictures the razzle-dazzle they deserve with some glitter.
You and your kids can pass a happy afternoon coloring in or painting my T. Swift pictures, then going over them with glitter glue or glitter + glue.
If you go the latter route, you can use basic Elmer’s glue to trace the lines and then sprinkle various shades of glitter over them.
Wait for the pictures to dry completely before hanging them somewhere prominent!
To make Taylor Swift keychains, you will again need shrink sheets on which to print the figures you want to use.
Color them in with markers, cut them out, and then punch holes where you want the keychain findings to go.
Bake them off per the shrink sheets’ instructions and wait for them to cool completely before attaching the keychain findings.
4. Memory Boxes
If you’re a serious Taylor Swift concert-goer, you probably have a lot of mementos lying around, collecting dust.
Put them inside a Taylor Swift memory box, and they’ll be all together and decidedly un-dusty the next time you want to pull them out.
Get a memory box from a craft store – or you can use an old shoe box that you have covered in white paper.
Then pick out which Taylor figures you want to use, color them in, cut them out, and paste them to the box, smoothing down the edges so that they don’t catch on anything.
3. Scrapbooking Stuff
Whether you’re a one-time concert-goer or have been to dozens of live shows, you can use my Taylor Swift pictures as scrapbooking notions to commemorate your experiences.
Color in the pictures or leave them black and white – either way, once you cut them out and place them on the page, they’ll enhance your tickets, programs, and wristbands.
Jazz up your living room with Taylor Swift coasters made from my pictures of the pop icon.
You’ll need wooden or ceramic tiles, plus Mod Podge.
Before you get started, you might want to resize the illustrations so that Taylor will fit on the tiles, depending on how large they are.
Color her in and cut her out, then lay her flat on the tiles and Mod Podge over the cut-outs a few times.
You’ll want to wait until the coasters are completely dry before using them, but the Mod Podge seals them so that condensation from your glasses won’t hurt them!
You can use my Taylor Swift pictures to make weekly or monthly calendars – perhaps a countdown calendar to a live concert?
First, you will want to copy and paste the illustration into a word processor document that has been oriented into the landscape.
Then, in another document that is also in landscape, you will create the actual calendar grid. Do this for as many months or weeks as you want.
Print the pages off and punch holes in the bottom of the illustrations and the top of the grids; connect with O-rings.
Then you’re going to poke two holes in the top of the illustration pages, tie off a piece of string and use that to hang the calendars up on a tack or a nail in the wall.