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Unicorn Cat Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

On this page, you will find 26 mystical unicorn cat coloring pages that are all free to download and print! Being the owner of two cats myself, these unicorn illustrations with a twist were a real treat to draw, and I think they will be purrrfect for your next craft activity!

For this series, I turned the dial up to ten with the unicorn and cat themes, including, of course, lots of rainbows, stars, clouds, and castles, to name a few. I also included various unicorn cats, such as Pusheen, Unkitty, plus many others, which you can see below!

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To make the most out of these pages, I encourage you to really let your imagination run loose and pick any colors that immediately come to mind. While you could go with the traditional rainbow colors, you could also make it something totally different.

To start coloring, click on any of the below images or links to open the free PDF. Once opened, you can then download or print. All of the below pages are on US letter-sized paper, but they also scale perfectly onto A4 paper too! Happy coloring!

10 Craft Ideas to do With Unicorn Cat Coloring Pages

Kids have a great time coloring unicorn cats, but don’t let those adorable finished creations go to waste.

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

1. A Flying Caticorn

The best coloring page for this craft is one featuring a full-size cat unicorn face.

Once it’s colored and cut out, the page should be trimmed into a circle that can then be attached to the middle of an embroidery hoop.

This is easily accomplished by adding a little glue and bending the edges down around the hoop.

Paper streamers can be tied on the bottom, and a bright piece of yarn on the top to hang up this adorable craft and let the caticorn “fly.”

2. Make a Cat Unicorn Keychain

All children love making keychains, and there is nothing cuter than a cat unicorn keyring. 

Once the figure is colored and cut from the page, the “unicorn horn” should be reinforced with a toothpick, and the entire craft should be sealed in contact paper.

A small metal craft ring should be attached to the horn and affixed to a chain to finish this great craft.

3. Design a Caticorn Necklace 

To make a cat unicorn necklace, all the children must do is color and cut out a small cat unicorn and fold it down around a piece of macaroni. 

The two ends should be glued together with the macaroni lying horizontally in the fold of the paper.

A piece of string can then be threaded through the macaroni to create a hanging pendant, which can then be sprayed with acrylic spray and worn just like a necklace!

4. Bookmarks With a Twist

Cat unicorns work great for bookmarks. However, instead of following the usual corner bookmark template, have the youngsters reverse the pattern:

When the caticorn is colored and cut out, make the corner fold so that the “unicorn horn” points out from the corner of the book.

Because the horn will stick out, though, it’s a good idea to reinforce it with a toothpick and one layer of clear tape!

5. An Innovative Paperweight

To make a fun paperweight from a finished coloring page, have your child cut out the head and body separately.

The next step is simply to fold a strip of construction paper in an arch and glue both ends to a cardboard base. 

The body from the cutout should be attached to the side, and the face glued squarely to one end of the arch. A pipe cleaner works great as a tail.

The cardboard base can then be glued to an ordinary rock for an adorable paperweight.

6. A Secret Treasure Box

If your child likes to hide treasures, he or she will love this enjoyable craft. 

Using an empty tissue box, laminate the sides with cat unicorns that have been cut from the finished pages. Make sure to color and cut out a face for one end of the box!

Add a thick piece of yarn for a tail and curl it around the bottom of the box for a hilarious embellishment.

Finish up with pink felt ears, cut in heart shapes, and a white pom-pom nose. 

7. Make a Paper Bag Puppet

A cat unicorn is ideal for a paper bag puppet. 

Simply color the cat’s face and body and separate them, gluing the face to the bottom of the paper bag and the body underneath vertically.

Glue on two white pom-poms, side-by-side, with pipe cleaners for whiskers to create the cat’s mouth and nose. 

Make sure to reinforce the “unicorn horn” with another pipe cleaner, and you will have an adorable working puppet.

8. Sport a Cat Unicorn Hat

Nothing works better for a funny hat than a cat unicorn. Use a large disposable bowl as the “hat,” and color and cut out the cat unicorn.

The cat should be reinforced with popsicle sticks or strips of cardboard.

The bottom third of the cat’s body should then be glued to the front of the upside-down paper bowl.

Don’t forget to dangle a piece of yarn or a string of pom-poms from the back for the cat’s tail, and you have a hilarious hat.

9. Make a Unique Desktop Ornament

To make this cute craft, simply turn a foam cup upside down, and laminate it with a cat unicorn that has been colored and cut from the page.

Cut the cat’s horn out separately and attach it to a small popsicle stick or toothpick. 

The bottom end of the toothpick can be pushed  into the foam to perfectly position the “unicorn horn.”

Once you add wiggle eyes and some fancy toothpicks as whiskers, you have an original desktop ornament to enjoy.

10. Marker Wrappers

If your child has colored a cat unicorn page and wants to put it to good use, have him or her wrap up some pencils or markers.

The key is wrapping the markers in such a way that the cat’s head is at the top and the horn even higher so that it looks like a big ornament on top.

The brighter color of the horns, the better, since this will really make them stand out.

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