On this page, you will find 20 adorable Tinker Bell coloring pages that are all free to download and print! For this series, I illustrated a wide array of styles, characters, and themes surrounding Tinker Bell, including Peter Pan, Pixie Hollow, Tinker Bell in different settings, plus many others!
These printables are great for kids of all ages who want something creative to do that incorporates this magical Disney fairy. For some extra uses of these sheets, you can also use them as a party activity, birthday decorations, banners, art for a classroom/bedroom, book cover, and many other uses!
To start coloring any of these pages, click on any of the below pictures or links to open the high-resolution PDF on a new page. Once opened, you can download and print for free as many times as you want!
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 Tinker Bell Coloring Pages
Here are 10 affordable, fun, and creative craft ideas you can do with your completed coloring page!
10. Fairy Jars
Light up your kids’ lives with these Tinker Bell fairy jars – all you need is a mason jar, acrylic or glitter spray paint, and either a battery-powered tea light or fairy lights.
You’re going to cut out the Tinker Bell from one of my illustrations and trace the shape onto a piece of black construction paper. Cut out that outline.
Next, you’re going to paint the jar, leaving a “window” of space – roughly an oval or circle of space on the front of the jar.
Then you’re going to glue the Tinker Bell cut-out into the space.
Then all you have to do is add your lights inside! What would make it even better is if you have remote-controlled lights!
9. Tinker Bell With 3D Wings
Pick an illustration with Tinker Bell where she is shown mostly in profile. Then find one where her wings are fully shown.
You’re going to trace her wings with hot glue – adding in any embellishments or flourishes to the design that you like.
Next, sprinkle glitter onto the glue while it’s still wet and wait for it to dry. Once it’s dry, you can peel it off the paper and have 3D wings!
Color in and cut out the Tinker Bell figure, propping her up with half of a toilet paper roll glued to the back. Then glue her wings on.
8. Tinker Bell With Buttons
You’ll just need various green, white, and yellow buttons for this beautiful craft.
Your kids are basically going to “color in” Tinker Bell – with the buttons! They can overlap them using different shades of green for her dress, white for her wings, and yellow for her hair.
7. Greeting Cards
Tinker Bell makes for a perfect greeting card for a whole array of occasions, including birthdays, baby showers, and even just to say hello or I miss you.
Print the illustration sized down to a half page or a quarter page (and folded accordingly).
Then write a message both outside and in!
Turn Tinker Bell into your child’s favorite bookmark with just a few supplies.
Have them color in just her (a figure of her standing is best) and cut her out around her outline.
Then use that cut-out to trace onto a piece of cardstock. Cut out that outline and paste the two pieces together.
You might want to fold it into a book for a few hours to make sure the pieces are secure.
You could even punch a hole near the top of her head and string loops of yellow yarn through so it looks like her hair!
5. Glitter Glue Tinker Bells
For this craft, you just need my Tinker Bell illustrations and glitter glue pens (or glitter and glue!).
Your kids are going to trace around Tinker Bell with glitter glue pens, alternating colors for her dress, figure, hair, and wings.
Or, if you don’t have glitter glue pens, they can trace her with regular Elmer’s glue and then add glitter while the glue is still wet.
To make Tinker Bell keychains, you’ll need shrink sheets, markers, oven access, and keychain hardware.
You’re going to print off the figures your kids want onto the shrink sheets and have them color her in with markers.
Then they’re going to cut her out, and you’ll arrange the cut-outs on a baking sheet. Bake per the sheet’s instructions.
Once the cut-outs are cooled, you can add the keychain hardware and any beads or other accessories you like.
Turn my Tinker Bell coloring pages into puzzles by having your kids color in the entire sheet and then draw in black Sharpie vaguely puzzle-shaped pieces over the illustration.
Then have them cut up the pieces.
This is an especially great activity if you have a classroom or more than two kids, as they can trade and do each other’s puzzles!
2. Cake Toppers
For a sweet birthday – or anytime! – treat, decorate your cake with green and yellow, white icing, and top with Tinker Bell cake toppers.
You’re going to have your kids color in multiple figures of Tinker Bell in various poses and then cut them out.
You can glue them to longer cocktail toothpicks as-is or create little backdrops using green, white, or black construction paper and then glue them to toothpicks.
Stick them into the decorated cake, and you’ve got a truly magical confection!
1. Play Props
You can create Tinker Bell play props by having your kids color in just the figures and cut them out.
Trace the shapes onto cardstock, cut out those outlines, and then paste the two pieces together.
The kids can then play with them as-is or add craft sticks to the back with glue for convenient handling.