Welcome to our ever-growing collection of Halloween coloring pages. Each free printable PDF features unique designs of skeletons, pumpkins, haunted houses, witches, spiders, and more.
Whether you fill them with vibrant colors for a Halloween party decoration or turn them into pumpkin carving stencils, this set of free coloring sheets will be a huge hit with colorers of any skill level. Add your own creative touch to these cute Halloween coloring pages!
Free Printable Halloween Coloring Pages
What better way to celebrate this spooky season than with coloring? While many people think of images of candy and Halloween pumpkins this time of year, we also have plenty of coloring sheets with different Halloween pictures, including:
- Witch coloring pages
- Ghost coloring pages
- Happy Halloween coloring pages
- Skeleton coloring pages
While we designed many of these cute pictures to color in for little kids, we've also included intricate Halloween coloring pages for adults too.
Print some to use as a candy-free trick-or-treating idea, a fun activity at Halloween parties, or hanging up in your haunted house.
Spooky Coloring Pages to Download
All our high-resolution free printable haunted coloring pages are standard US letter size, but they also fit perfectly onto A4 paper sizes. These printables are for personal, non-commercial use only.
Gather your markers, colored pencils, and candy corn snacks to color something spooky today!
What Will You Color Next?
If you enjoyed these free printable Halloween coloring sheets, we think you'll love these too.
- Michael Myers Coloring Pages | Free PDF Printables
- Halloween Ghost Coloring Pages | Free PDF Printables
- Tarantula Coloring Pages | Free PDF Printables
- Coloring Pages of Zombies | Free PDF Printables
- Cute Bat Coloring Pages | Free PDF Printables
- Halloween Bookmarks to Color | Free PDF Printables
- Ghostface Coloring Pages | Free Scream Movie PDF Printables
- Haunted House Coloring Pages | Free PDF Printables
- Pumpkin Coloring Sheets | Free PDF Printables
- Witch Coloring Pages | Free PDF Printables
- Princess Halloween Coloring Pages | Free PDF Printables
- Skull Coloring Pages | Free PDF Printables
- Halloween Zentangle Coloring Pages | Free PDF Printables
- Scary Halloween Coloring Pages | Free PDF Printables
- Spider Coloring Pages | Free PDF Printables
- Halloween Dinosaur Coloring Pages | Free PDF Printables
- Christian Halloween Coloring Pages | Free PDF Printables
More Free Printables to Color
We've got loads of free printable PDF coloring pages. Download a few (or a hundred!) today.
10 Craft Ideas To Do With Halloween Coloring Sheets
Looking for fun activities that can lower stress or keep the kids busy this Halloween?
Using this collection of free Halloween coloring pages as inspiration, we've compiled 10 project ideas designed to bring your family together. These activities are a great way to flex your individual creativity and have lots of fun with your toddlers, older kids and even adult friends.
From simple bookmarks to creative wall art, each project becomes a unique opportunity to connect, unwind, and immerse in some spooky fun.
1. Halloween Bunting:
Choose a variety of pages that will get you in the Halloween spirit and color them in using your favorite mediums.
Once they're done and dry, cut the coloring pages into triangles or shapes such as bats, pumpkins, ghosts, or candy corn.
Punch holes at the top corners of each piece and thread a long string through the holes.
Now, hang your unique Halloween bunting across the room for unique handmade decor for your classroom or Halloween party.
Print spider webs, scary witches and even Mickey Mouse coloring pages. After coloring them in, cut out the designs, the more detailed, the better.
Apply glue on the back of your cutouts and stick them on the outside of a glass jar or clear plastic container.
Once dry, place a battery-operated candle inside. Your DIY lantern will cast eerie colored shadows around the room.
3. Halloween Bookmarks:
Trim your colored pages into long strips, about two inches wide and six inches long.
Use a hole puncher to create a hole at the top of each bookmark. Loop a piece of orange, black, or purple yarn through the hole to finish off your Halloween bookmark.
Hand out as a candy-alternative for trick-or-treating!
4. Fridge Magnets:
After you color and cut out your Halloween pictures, stick them onto adhesive magnetic sheets. Trim the excess magnetic paper around your image. Stick these fun, spooky magnets on your fridge to hold up your favorite seasonal recipes or reminders.
5. Decoupage Halloween Pumpkins:
Choose your favorite spooky spiders, jack o'lanterns, and skeleton coloring pages.
Color the Halloween pictures and cut out the main shapes.
Apply a layer of Mod Podge (or similar adhesive) onto a real or artificial pumpkin and stick your images on it.
Cover the images with another layer of Mod Podge to seal them. This can be a great twist on traditional pumpkin carving, particularly if your kids struggle with the sensory experience of pumpkin "guts."
6. Door Wreath:
Cut your colored pages into leaf shapes or other Halloween themed shapes like bats or ghosts.
Arrange these shapes into a circle on a cardboard base, then glue them down.
Tie a ribbon at the top and hang it on your door to greet trick-or-treaters.
Use a blank scrapbook and stick your colored Halloween pictures to the pages. Add photos of your kids or pets in their Halloween costumes.
Then write captions, and decorate with stickers and washi tape to capture your favorite memories of the spooky season.
8. Halloween Greeting Cards:
Trim sections of your completed Halloween coloring pages to fit on the front of a blank card. Glue the picture to the card and add additional decorations if you'd like. (I personally love puffy paint!)
For a pop-up card, cut out an image, fold a piece of paper accordion-style, and glue the image at the end.
Glue the other end of the accordion fold to the inside of the card. When opened, the image will "pop" out!
9. Place Mats:
Glue your colored pages onto a larger piece of construction paper or cardstock. Trim to the desired placemat size, then laminate them or use contact paper to cover them.
These DIY placemats can add a handmade charm and protect your table from kids of all ages.
10. Picture Frames:
To make a Halloween-themed picture frame, start by cutting a rectangle out of the center of your colored page.
Stick your colored frame onto a piece of cardboard or thick paper for support. Cut out the middle of the cardboard in the same shape as you did with your colored page.
Now, stick a photo or mirror onto the back of your cardboard to create a unique Halloween DIY project.
Remember, the fun is in the creating, not just the final product. Don't hesitate to put your own personal touch on these free coloring pages. Happy Halloween!