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Witch Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

On this page, you will find 28 witch coloring pages that are all free to download and print! Like many other American households, we go absolutely nuts during Halloween with decorations, scary movies, trick-or-treating, jack-o-lanterns, and Halloween-themed baked goods, to name a few.

For this series of Halloween printables, I created many witch illustrations that I think will appeal to all ages and skill levels. Included are simple-to-color witches for kids, cute kawaii witches, the Wicked Witch from Wizard of Oz, witches hat, plus many more!

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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 Witch Coloring Pages

Witches and their famous spells and potions have made Halloween and other times wickedly fun for youngsters.

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

1. Flying Across the Moon

For this engaging craft, use gray or black finger paints or craft paint to color the entire face of an ordinary paper plate. 

Next, cut a yellow circle from construction paper to serve as the moon and paste this into the plate’s center.

Color and cut out the witch, glue her to a popsicle stick and add a few tan pipe cleaners to one end to make the broom look real.

Glue the cutout to the paper plate against the backdrop of the “moon” for an adorable witchy craft.

2. A Comical Witch

Begin this fun craft by cutting a large triangle from a piece of black poster board.

A funny witch should be colored, cut out, and glued to the center of the black triangle.

Add silly or scared wiggle eyes, and a large craft stick, broken in half, to serve as a broomstick. Add a raggedy witch’s hat with a few holes.

The idea is the witch “crashed” somewhere and broke her broomstick. This hilarious craft can be hung up as wall art or attached to a refrigerator with magnets.

3. Riding the Night Sky

This craft is fun for groups or when completed individually. Start by cutting a paper plate in half, coloring it or painting it black, and adding silver sparkles for stars.

The rounded side should be at the bottom, and a long craft stick should be glued across the top. This is the witch’s “broomstick.”

The witch should then be cut out and glued to the broomstick as if she is riding it. It will look just like she’s sailing across the night sky.

4. Make a Creative Doorway Ornament

Using a paper plate or a piece of white or yellow poster board, cut out a crescent to serve as a moon.

Next, color and cut out a witch from a coloring page, and make a small hole in her hat for a string. 

Add a popsicle stick as her broomstick, and using a thin piece of thread, hang the witch from the point of the crescent moon.

The entire ensemble can then be hung up in a doorway or window!

5. A Witchy Desk Ornament

For this cute craft, cut a witch out from the finished coloring page, and laminate it to an empty bathroom tissue cardboard.

From construction paper, fashion a witch’s hat by rolling it into a cone shape, and add two stacks of black and orange pom-poms to the bottom for feet.

Reinforce the “feet” with toothpicks, and you have an adorable desktop ornament.

6. Dressed for Success

All kids will love this craft, and it’s surprisingly easy to make.

Begin by making a simple fan shape out of a black piece of construction paper and adding tiny orange pom-poms to the fanned end.

Cut out the completed witch from the coloring page and turn the fan upside down, so the orange pom-poms are at the bottom. Next, glue the witch to the back.

The fan has suddenly become a formal gown, and the witch is now dressed to the nines.

7. Halloween Treat Cups

Start with green plastic cups for this fun craft, and have the kids turn them upside down.

They should then be laminated with the colored witches. The figures can either be cut out, or the page itself can simply be trimmed to the size of the cup.

Witch hats can be made from black construction paper in the classic cone shape and placed on top.

Adding wiggle eyes to the cutout makes this craft extra fun. The upside-down cups can hide Halloween treats or be used as party favors.

8. Fun With Paper Dolls

This craft will require a few coloring pages, but the children won’t mind!

Have them color and cut out one full-length witch, and then use other coloring pages to make different outfits.

For example, color only the witch’s dress on the other pages, using different designs and patterns.

When these are cut out, they can be added to the first one just like changing clothes on a paper doll!

9. Design a Simple Paper Bag Puppet

For this simple craft, a witch should be colored, cut out, and then glued to a layer of cotton balls. The cotton balls should then be glued to the side of an ordinary, small paper bag.

Fashion a witch’s hat from black construction paper, and tuck it down around the top of the upside-down bag.

The cotton balls and the hat will create a 3D appearance, and all the child has to do is slip his or her hand inside to have loads of fun with this puppet!

10. Make a Classroom Decoration

Students will enjoy working on this craft together, and it’s appropriate for any size classroom.

Once the kids have colored and cut out their witches, they should be attached to a long piece of black yarn, banner style.

Popsicle sticks and toothpicks, which can easily be fashioned into broomsticks, can then be added in between the cutouts for a fancy classroom banner.

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