Here is another one of our more simple Christmas colouring cards, ideal as a colouring activity for the younger kids. This one features a pretty Christmas bauble.
Christmas Decorations Colouring Pages
Lots NEW! Here's our collection of Christmas colouring pages featuring decorations and baubles of all sorts! Just print and enjoy.
Can the kids join the dots from 1 to 10, to finish this pretty Christmas bauble to hang on the tree?
Colour in the details on this pretty Christmas circle colouring design - it would make a lovely addition to your decorations once finished!
Grab your colouring pens or pencils and colour in this gorgeous Christmas colouring design, which is full of fancy festive details...
This bauble-themed colouring page is bound to brighten up Christmas! Lots of colouring fun for both kids and adults...
Colour in these three little pictures – of a Christmas tree decoration, a sweet gingerbread house and a funny little Santa – and then cut them out for sticking or hanging!
This printable colour by number page features two pretty Christmas decorations for kids to colour in following the number code.
Here is a pretty Christmas decoration to colour in, with some pretty details on the bauble and the ribbon.
There are two oversized Christmas tree decorations for the kids to colour below. Why not cut them out (snipping off the "thread" at the top of each bauble and replacing it with a real piece of string or ribbon) and hang them up on your tree?
Colour in this set of Christmas decorations! If you print the page onto card and then cut them out, you could always hang the decorations on your own tree. Alternatively, how about cutting a tree out of green construction paper and pinning it up on the classroom wall.
These pretty Christmas decorations are just waiting to be coloured in and displayed at Christmas time. There is just enough design to keep children interested, but lovely bold outlines in this colouring page too.
Available part-coloured in red, green and blue, these lovely Christmas ornaments can be used as a cutting and sticking or sorting activity. Best printed onto card. They are also fun for children to colour in and embellish, especially if you have some silver or gold pens or glitter!
You could use this Christmas ornament frame for a writing project, but it also makes a perfect frame for a little picture and some colouring in. A line of these would look very cute strung up in the classroom!
There's nothing cosier than a fireplace decorated for Christmas, just like on this colouring page! It looks like these two children are having a lot of fun and really getting into the spirit of Christmas.
Here are two Christmas Doodle Pattern Tiles with outlines designed for older children to fill up with tangles, doodles or patterns! Sub-divide each shape and the background to make the finished design even more interesting.