7 Creative Ways to Repurpose Your Coloring Pages

Coloring pages are engaging, relaxing and super fun for both kids and adults.coloring_Al.jpg

But have you ever wondered what else can you do with them? Here are some creative ideas to repurpose coloring pages for other projects and crafts!

Wall Art
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The easiest way to repurpose your coloring page is to transform it into Wall Art!
Some coloring books come with perforated pages, making it easy to frame or share with others. You can have your colored page framed or glue it to a chipboard/ wood panel and install it as wall art.

Greeting Card
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Make your own greeting card with a coloring page.

Picture Puzzle
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Transform a coloring page into an engaging puzzle for kids. You can mount the pieces into cardboard and kids are sure to enjoy putting the pieces together.

Gift Bag
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Personalize your gift bags by sticking cutouts from your coloring page and it’s bound to put a smile on the receiver’s face.

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Glue vertical cutout strips from your coloring page onto card stock to create personalized bookmarks. You can also punch a hole to add a ribbon to this bookmark.

Tags
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Make unique, crafty tags using cutouts from coloring pages.

Stickers
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Cut out elements from your coloring page and use them like stickers to embellish envelopes, scrapbooks, etc.

Happy Coloring & Crafting!

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