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Umbreon Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

Dive into the mysterious world of Pokémon with these 20 Umbreon coloring pages, free for you to download and print! Whether you’re a seasoned Pokémon Trainer or new to the franchise, these pages offer an exciting chance to explore this dark and enigmatic Eeveelution, one page at a time!

This set features a variety of illustrations showcasing Umbreon in different poses and settings, often capturing the luminescent rings that glow in the darkness. You’ll also find pages that include Umbreon’s evolutionary siblings, like Espeon, as well as its Mega and Shiny forms!

To start coloring in any of these pictures, you can click any of the below images or links, which will open the PDF file on a new page. Once opened, you can then 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 Umbreon Coloring Pages

Umbreon is that amazing being that evolved from the moon’s energy.

If your child is fascinated with Umbreon and those coloring pages have piled up, try these engaging crafts.

1. Giant Umbreon Craft

Youngsters can create an amazing Umbreon centerpiece from virtually any coloring page.

When Umbreon is colored and cut out, the body section should be glued to an empty paper towel cardboard, keeping the ears free. 

Use pipe cleaners to reinforce the ears, and have the youngster cut extra ears from another finished page, anchoring them with pipe cleaners to the first set of ears.

This makes an amazing, treelike creation. Anchor the bottom of the roll in a styrofoam base for an outstanding centerpiece. 

2. Design an Umbreon Mug

Any mug from a discount store will do for this fun craft. Have the child choose a page featuring Umbreon’s full face and ears.

When the face and ears are colored and cut out, the face section should be glued to the front of the mug, allowing the ears to stick up over the top.

They can then be sealed in contact paper to keep them stiff. Give this cute mug a coat of acrylic spray, and the youngster can enjoy using it at every meal!

3. Umbreon Nightlight

Umbreon’s famous glowing rings come to life at night when the moon is out, and you can use this theme for a nightlight.

The key to this craft is coloring the circles with fluorescent or glow-in-the-dark paint rather than ordinary markers or crayons.

Make sure to seal the artwork in contact paper or glassine before cutting it out. 

The cutout can be hung on a wall or simply propped up on a bureau as a homemade Nightlight your child will love!

4. Perilous Circle

To make a spooky 3D circle from an Umbreon coloring page, start by having the youngster cut several circles from construction paper, making them smaller each time.

To make it extra fun, cut the circles with scalloped scissors or cut in a wavy line. When they are stacked on top of each other, it will have a tunnel effect.

When Umbreon is colored and cut out, it should be placed in the center of the circles. 

For a finishing touch, add red craft gems for Umbreon’s eyes and yellow glitter or puffy paint to those famous circles. Hang this unique artwork anywhere.

5. Umbreon Full Moon

Children love drawing planets, especially the moon, so begin by having your youngster draw a giant moon, freehand, on a simple piece of drawing paper.

When finished, Umbreon should be cut out and glued to the moon’s center. 

The entire ensemble should then be mounted on a piece of poster board or cardstock. 

To make a fun border, use Froot Loops or tiny craft rings around all four edges to signify Umbreon’s famous glowing rings and display this unique poster.

6. Make a Funny Movable Umbreon 

Start this cute craft by gluing the finished coloring page to thin cardboard. Then, cut the ears and the tail from the body of the cutout.

Reattach them with paper fasteners to make them mobile. Then, place the cutout on a piece of cardstock and use a pencil to dot the paper where the tail and ears will be.

Write Umbreon’s secret powers next to the dots—Glue Umbreon on top of the cardstock, using glue only on the body.

When Umbreon’s ears and tail are moved, it uncovers the secret messages written on the page!

7. A Fun Umbreon Desktop Ornament

Start this simple craft with an empty bathroom tissue cardboard positioned lengthwise.

When Umbreon is colored and cut out, the body can be folded around the cardboard with two legs on each side.

The legs should be reinforced with toothpicks, and fancy ones work best for this.

Now, Umbreon can “stand” on its own, on a desk, bureau, or coffee table. For extra fun, add tiny craft pom-poms for eyes!

8. Make an Umbreon Medallion

To make this fun medallion, have the youngster trace and cut out a circle from a bright poster board to depict a moon.

Glue this to a gold or yellow rectangle made from any kind of stiff paper. It should be positioned vertically so that a small piece of it sticks up over the back of the “moon.”

Then, when Umbreon is colored and cut out, the cutout should be glued to the moon’s center and a hole punched in the yellow tab for a string.

Your youngster can now wear this cute Umbreon medallion anywhere.

9. Design a Unique Placeholder

This fun craft begins with giving each child a large craft stick. It should be spray-painted black, with yellow or gold glitter added if desired.

When Umbreon is colored and cut out, it should be sealed in contact paper and the character glued to the craft stick, with the head near the top.

The finished craft can be used as a placeholder, bookmark, or even an ornament for a flower arrangement!

10. Make a One-of-a-Kind Napkin Holder

If you’re looking for an easy craft for your little Umbreon fan, this is perfect.

Give the child an ordinary plastic napkin holder from any discount store, and paint it black with craft paint.

Two identical Umbreon characters should be colored and cut from the pages, and one should be glued to each side. Make sure the ears stick up over the top of the holder.

It can be left as is, or the artwork can be sealed with a light coat of acrylic spray for a fun and unique napkin holder.

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