Coloring is never as much fun as it is around Christmas time, and the Christmas coloring pages you find here are sure to light up your children’s faces. Links to 400 Christmas coloring pages are all collected in this one spot for your convenience – so you shouldn’t have any trouble finding what you want right here! For each website I also note their “Christmas coloring pages you won’t see anywhere else” for their coloring pages that are unique. Enjoy!
48 printable Christmas coloring pages include Santa, reindeer, Christmas tree, bag of toys, three wise men, and many more. Christmas coloring pages you won’t see anywhere else: Santa on a tightrope, hot chocolate, a stocking stuffer list (kids fill in the blanks to let Santa know what they want), and an online Christmas coloring book.
2. Santas and Sleighs
Thirty-four pages of Santa to color! Just about every type and pose of Santa you can think of! Christmas coloring pages you won’t see anywhere else: Santa putting jingle bells on Rudolph, Santa riding a skimobile, and a very nice frameable picture of Santa loading the sleigh as the reindeer stand by, ready to fly.
These 21 Christmas coloring pages are nicely organized into categories: Santa Claus & St. Nick, Christmas tree & gifts, snowmen, reindeer, and miscellaneous. Christmas coloring pages you won’t see anywhere else: Santa with his dog (looks like a big rabbit to me), Santa squeezing himself down the chimney (hysterical picture – apparently he had too much Thanksgiving), snowman in love (looks like someone cried on this page), and a smiling Christmas tree with feet and a mustache. Go figure.
4. Over 100 Christmas Coloring Pages
If you can’t find something you like in these one hundred (100) Christmas coloring pages, ye be daft. Christmas coloring pages you won’t see anywhere else: Lots! I like the Christmas hat with a funny face, Santa munching on cookies and milk, a Christmas beaver (hey, I told you that you wouldn’t find it anywhere else), candles with various faces, and a smiling Christmas tree with arms, legs, and an ornament hanging from his nose. No mustache, though.
5. Christmas Coloring Pages from England
From England we get 33 Christmas coloring pages including Mary, Joseph, and the Baby Jesus, many presents, Christmas trees (always fun to color), stockings, and of course the ubiquitous Santas. Christmas coloring pages you won’t see anywhere else: Dog chuckles as a boy gets zapped with electricity while plugging in the Christmas tree lights (British sense of humor I guess), and a cute cat in a Santa hat.
6. Christmas Coloring Pages in Blazing Color
When you first enter this website, you see 10 Christmas coloring pages in bright full color, plus 16 unusual coloring pages. When you click on the full color Christmas coloring pages, you get a black and white version to color. Christmas coloring pages you won’t see anywhere else: Merry Christmas cake, Asian boy unwrapping a present, Santa on a motorcycle, snowman holding a US flag.
Over 100 very precise Christmas coloring pages look as if a draftsman drew them. I like the Christmas candles and decorations in particular. Christmas coloring pages you won’t see anywhere else: Christmas mandalas (Buddhism, Hinduism, and Christianity merged into one symbol?), a Christmas choir singing at the top of their lungs (and a little off-key), and Maria (?) with baby Jesus. Don’t know why or how Spanish worked its way into this site, but it did.
8. Lil’ Fingers
Just sixteen Christmas coloring pages grace this website, but they’re cute and have bold clear lines. Christmas coloring pages you won’t see anywhere else: three 4-fold color-it-yourself Christmas cards.
Sixteen well-drawn Christmas coloring pages with clear lines and just the right amount of detail. Christmas coloring pages you won’t see anywhere else: Santa with a bag of gifts, looking like he just walked out of the ’50’s (but I like him), and a mom struggling with a load of gifts.
Eleven Christmas coloring pages include Jesus in a manger, Santa, and carolers. Christmas coloring pages you won’t see anywhere else: stained glass candle, stained glass bells, stained glass angel, stained glass Christmas tree, and a stained glass poinsettia. The stained glass Christmas coloring pages are bound to look colorful and beautiful once they are colored. Hang them up as decorations, and let your kids feel like little Picassos as people admire their handiwork!