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Winnie The Pooh Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

On this page, you will find 40 adorable Winnie The Pooh coloring pages that are all free to download and print! Without a doubt, Winnie The Pooh is one of the most beloved and recognized characters that has captured the attention of kids for generations. So, of course, I had to do a series on Pooh!

For this post, I created many illustrations in various styles and themes that will appeal to all ages and skill levels. Included below are many pages of Pooh in various scenes and other popular characters, such as Tigger, Piglet, Eeyore, Kanga, and Christopher Robin, to name a few.

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To use any of these free printables, you can click on any of the below images or links to open the high-resolution PDF on a new page. From there, you can freely download or print to your heart’s content!

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 Winnie The Pooh Coloring Pages

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

10. Baby Shower Greeting Cards

If you’re attending a baby shower and you don’t have a card for the mom-to-be, you can print off one of my Winnie the Pooh coloring pages and make one.

While you can certainly color it in yourself, why not have your own little one do the honors?

It’ll add a cute, handmade touch to the card and give the soon-to-be mom a little glimpse into what she has to look forward to one day.

9. Brown Bag Puppets

For a cute afternoon of playacting as Winnie the Pooh and his friends, choose coloring pages where there is a clear illustration of the characters’ faces.

You might have to enlarge the illustrations a bit to get them to size, but you can easily do that using a word processor or illustration software.

Print off the coloring pages, have your kids color in just the faces of the figures, and then cut them out carefully.

Then you’re going to take brown lunch bags and flip them so that the bottom is at the top. You’ll paste the faces onto the flat bottom.

Your kids can get put their hands up inside the bag and move the bottom up and down to make the characters talk.

8. Party Décor 

For a baby shower or a little one’s birthday party, my Winnie the Pooh coloring pages can be turned into adorable party décor. 

You could have your little one color in a few of the characters, cut them out, and then string them together to make bunting.

Or leave the page whole and use them as place settings or placemats.

You could cut the figures out, prop them up with toilet paper rolls, attach index cards and use them as food identifiers for your table spread.

There are so many fun and cute ways to use Pooh at your next party!

7. Masks On Sticks

This craft would be super fun for your kiddo’s next birthday party!

Print off the illustrations that you wish to use – you might have to “blow up” the characters’ so that their faces are big enough to make the masks. 

Have the kids color in the faces and cut them out along the outlines. 

You might also want them to trace the cut-out shapes onto construction paper and paste the two together, as it will make the masks less flimsy.

Poke holes where the eyes are and enlarge them to the appropriate size.

Then paste a craft stick to the back of the mask for a handle!

6. Wood Panel Poohs

All you need for this craft are craft wood blocks or squares (anywhere from 4×6 and up) and Mod Podge.

You’re going to print off the illustrations of your kids’ choosing; you can either shrink the image down to fit the wood block or just use a part of the picture and cut the rest away.

Have them color in the image and then Mod-Podge it to the wood block. 

Wait for it to dry completely, and then your kids can go with markers or ribbon, or buttons to decorate the block itself.

5. Winnie The Pooh Fact Or Story Booklets

Encourage kids to create Winnie the Pooh facts or story booklets with my coloring pages.

If you’re going the fact route, kids can look up Winnie the Pooh online and write down interesting tidbits that they find.

If you’re going the story route, kids can simply write down what is happening in the images.

Have them color in the pictures and then use a three-hole punch and some yarn to bind the books.

4. Honey Pot Pencil Jars

To make honey pot pencil jars, you’ll need terra cotta planters, some yellow paint, and Mod Podge.

You’re going to paint the top, around the rim, of the planters yellow, for the honey.

Then have your kids color in and cut out the central figures in one of my Winnie the Pooh illustrations.

They’re going to Mod Podge it to the side of the planter, sealing it on with a few good coats.

You can keep pencils, pens, paintbrushes, and/or markers in these cute jars!

3. Cupcake Toppers

To make these sweet cupcake toppers, you will need shrink sheets, a hot glue gun, and toothpicks (or popsicle sticks, broken in half).

Print the illustrations of your kids’ choosing onto the shrink sheets and have them color them in with markers.

Cut them out carefully and arrange them on a baking sheet. Bake per the instructions that came with the shrink sheets.

Once they’re cooled, you’re going to hot glue the figures onto toothpicks or popsicle sticks, and then you can push them into the cupcakes!

2. Mobiles

For a new baby on the way, turn my Winnie the Pooh coloring sheets into a cute mobile to hang over the crib.

You’re going to color in five or six of the figures on my illustrations and cut them out. Then poke holes in the tops of them and tie on different lengths of string.

Attach the strings to an embroidery hoop, then add one long piece of string from which to hang the mobile.


Make adorable bookmarks for yourself or your children using my coloring pages.

Have the kids color in the figures of their choice and cut them out.

You can either reinforce them with cardstock, cut them to shape or paste the figures onto rectangles of construction paper.

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