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Tom and Jerry Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

Get ready to dive into the hilarious world of cat and mouse games with these 24 Tom and Jerry coloring pages that are all free to download and print! These lively illustrations serve as a fun and engaging way to introduce children to the timeless charm and comedy of this classic animated duo.

Whether your child is a fan of Tom’s elaborate schemes or Jerry’s clever tricks, these printables will provide hours of amusement! This series includes a variety of scenes showcasing Tom and Jerry in their hilarious chases, silly disguises, and the occasional truce, not forgetting appearances from other favorite characters like Spike, Droopy, and Tuffy.

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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 then 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 Tom And Jerry Coloring Pages

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

10. Kiddie Masks

To make masks for your kids, you’re going to need to use Tom & Jerry pictures where their faces are straight-on – this might mean using different images.

If you need to, depending on how big your kids’ faces are, you might have to resize the illustrations, too, to make them large enough.

You’ll print them off and get your kids involved by having them color in Tom & Jerry’s faces.

Then they or you can cut them out.

Next, you’ll poke holes on either side of the cut-outs and tie string, ribbon, or even yarn off into the holes, leaving the strands long enough so that they can tie behind your kids’ heads.

9. Paper Dolls

To make fun paper dolls out of my Tom & Jerry pictures, you’ll just need some cardstock to reinforce the figures.

Have your kids color in and cut out Tom and Jerry (however many they want to make), and then place the cut-outs over pieces of cardstock.

They’ll trace the outlines and then cut those out, then paste the two pieces together.

Now, they can just hold the cutouts directly, or, as an added step, they can paste crafting sticks to the back as a convenient handle if they want to use them as puppets.

8. Cake Or Cupcake Toppers

For this craft, you will need shrink sheets, which you can find easily online on Amazon, as well as extra-long toothpicks.

You’ll print off the Tom & Jerry figures you want to use onto the shrink sheets and color them in with markers.

Then you’ll cut them out and bake them, per your specific shrink sheet’s instructions.

Once they’re completely cool, you’ll hot glue the extra-long toothpicks to the backs of the toppers.

When the glue is totally dried, you can then stick them into your cupcakes or cake for a festive and fun addition!

7. Wall Art

For a child’s bedroom, a playroom, or even a nursery, you can use my Tom & Jerry pictures to brighten the walls.

If you have kids who can color, have them take crayons, colored pencils, or markers to my illustrations.

Then buy some inexpensive frames, put the pictures inside, and hang them on the wall for all to see and admire.

6. Party Decorations

If you’re hosting a Tom & Jerry-themed party and you don’t want to break the bank on decorations, then you can use my coloring pages in a multitude of ways.

For example, you could string together cut-outs as bunting or make place settings for your guests.

You could use the entire page as placemats or simply hang the pictures, colored in, on the walls.

Further, you could also use the images as party invitations!

5. Keychains

You will again need shrink sheets for this craft, so print out the figures your kids want to use and have them color them in with markers.

Then they’ll cut them out and punch holes where they want the keychain accessories to attach.

Bake the cut-outs; once they’re cooled, you can clip or slide on the keychain hardware. These would make cute gifts or even trinkets to sell!

4. Ear Headbands

Your kids can turn into a cat or a mouse – that’s Tom or Jerry – in just a few steps.

You will need some plain plastic headbands, which you can buy online at Amazon or perhaps find in a craft store.

Find pictures where Tom and Jerry’s ears are prominent – you might need to resize them to be larger.

Once you have printed those off, your kids can color them in and cut them out, leaving about half an inch of paper at the bottom.

They’re going to roll up that half-inch and use it to hot glue the ears to the headbands.

Wait for the glue to dry completely before putting them on! It could take up to an hour, depending on how much you used.

3. Puzzles

This is a fun activity, especially if you have three or more kids or you’re the teacher of a classroom full of kids.

Have the kids pick out a Tom & Jerry picture and then color it in.

They’ll then take a Sharpie and draw puzzle-like pieces directly over the picture. Older kids can make the pieces smaller, while younger kids might want to stick to larger pieces.

They’ll then cut out along the lines and – best of all – swap puzzles with their siblings or neighbors!

2. Greeting Cards

For a birthday or just to say hello, you can turn my Tom & Jerry pictures into greeting cards and even add text to the illustration.

To do that, you’ll need to copy and paste the picture from its original PDF into a word processor document.

Then you can add text or even shapes or other figures to the illustration.

1. Shoelace Clips

To make shoelace clips, you will need shoelace buckle locks, which you can find at Amazon.

You’ll also need shrink sheets, upon which you will print the figures that your kids want to use.

Have them color them in with markers and cut them out, then bake per the instructions.

Once they’ve cooled, you’re going to hot glue the shrink sheet figures to the shoelace buckle locks, then buckle them onto your kids’ shoelaces.

The cool thing about the shoelace buckles is that they can be removed easily, so they’re interchangeable with your kids’ moods!

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