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Werewolf Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

Step into the moonlit world with these 20 Werewolf coloring pages, all set and ready for you to download and print at no cost! These sheets will transport you to the eerie crossroads where human meets the wild, letting you capture the essence of werewolves in vivid color!

In this collection, you’ll find illustrations capturing the transformation of man to wolf, ferocious full-moon scenes, and detailed portraits of these legendary creatures. From fierce werewolf battles to calm moments under the night sky, there’s a page to ignite every artist’s passion.

To start coloring these pages, click on any of the below pictures or links to open the PDF file on a new page. Once opened, you can then download or print the high-resolution pages as many times as you please!

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 Werewolf Coloring Pages

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

10. Puzzles

Our werewolf illustrations would make perfect puzzles, and because there are ones that veer more toward cute and some that are scarier, there’s something for every age!

Have your kids pick out which picture they want to use, print it out onto cardstock, and color it in completely. 

Then they’ll take a Sharpie and draw, directly over the picture, puzzle-shaped pieces.

For younger kids, they can make the pieces bigger; for older kids, the pieces can be smaller.

They’ll then cut out the pieces, making sure to keep track of them all. They can swap puzzles or bag them up and give them out as Halloween gifts!

9. Scary (Not Too Scary!) Masks

A few of our werewolf pictures would make really awesome and quick masks – like Kawaii Angry Werewolf or Simple Werewolf In Ripped Shirt And Pants.

Isolate the face, enlarge it so that it will fit your child’s head, and print it out onto cardstock.

Your kids can color them in and then cut out the eye holes so that they can see when wearing them.

They’ll cut out the entire head or face and poke holes on either side, then tie off pieces of string that are long enough to tie behind their heads.

8. Halloween Décor 

While some people go out and spend hundreds on Halloween decorations, you don’t have to in order to make your house super spooky.

You can use some of our werewolf pictures as décor, whether you’re simply coloring them in and hanging them on the walls or cutting them out and propping them up with toilet paper rolls.

7. Werewolf Silhouette On Paper Plate Craft

Turn a paper plate into the moon by covering it with tin foil and adding little pockmarks using a Sharpie.

Then, take a monstrous werewolf picture and print it out onto black cardstock (you should still be able to see the lines despite the dark color).

Cut out the werewolf carefully and paste it onto the bottom middle of the “moon” – you’ve got yourself a spooky, howling beast and a pretty neat wall hanging.

6. Paper Bag Puppets

Some of our werewolf pictures are ideal for making paper bag puppets, like the Simple Werewolf In Ripped Shirt And Pants.

You’ll print it out and have your kids color him in, then cut him out, separating his head from the rest of his body.

Next, you’ll take a brown paper lunch bag and turn it so the bottom is up and the flappy part is facing you.

Glue the werewolf’s body to the main section and then the head to the flappy bottom part.

You can put your hand up through the bag and into the flappy part and make the werewolf talk – or roar!

5. Werewolf Myth Origins Mini-Booklet

There are so many myths surrounding werewolves – why not get your kids looking up some fun facts about it?

They can write the myth origins down directly onto the page and color in each picture, then turn it into a booklet using a three-hole punch and a binder.

4. Cute Cotton Ball Werewolves

First, you’re going to need a bunch of cotton balls. But since werewolves aren’t typically white, you’ll need to dye them!

You can do this by taking brown watercolor paint and dabbing it onto the cotton balls so that it spreads throughout. Then, let them dry overnight.

Now, your newly dry cotton balls can be glued onto one of my werewolf pictures, wherever there is fur.

The kids can color in the rest of the picture, including any clothes or backdrop, and they have a cute, fuzzy werewolf that is perfect for the center of the fridge.

3. Werewolf Frames

For this craft, we recommend using the Cute Friendly Werewolf Coloring Page; you’re going to cut out the inside of the werewolf’s face carefully.

Take a picture of your own child’s face and glue it (from the underside of the page) to where the werewolf’s face was.

Then, they can mount the picture on a piece of construction paper or just leave it as-is and color in the rest of the picture.

2. Pencil Toppers

To make pencil toppers out of our werewolf pictures, you will need to resize the characters to be about two inches tall.

Print those out (preferably onto cardstock) and have your kids color them in as best they can. 

They’ll cut them out and, taking a hole punch, make two holes (one near the top and one near the bottom) in the werewolves.

This allows for a pencil to slip through the holes and for the werewolves to watch everything your kids write!

1. Werewolf Snacks Labels

For a fun Halloween party favor or treat, make Chex Mix, Muddy Buddy, or some other pretzel-y, sweet, or salty snack.

Portion it out onto mason jars and set aside.

Next, you’re going to pick a werewolf from my pictures – you can go cutesy or scary! – resize it so that it will fit the label dimensions and add text, like “Werewolf Kibble.”

Print that out, and you can superglue or even tape the label to the jars.

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