This fun "colour pop" colouring page for Day of the Dead sits the iconic guitar-playing skeleton against a wood background, which we've coloured for you. That means you can have more fun colouring in the interesting bits!
Here's a fun display poster for Day of the Dead which captures the colours of the festival. Print with borderless settings for best results, or trim the edges.
This is a very cute Day of the Dead colouring page for younger children - with just enough detail to keep them interested! Get out your brightest colouring pencils for this one!
These lovely bright papel picado come in three sizes: small (4 to a page), medium (2 to a page) and large (1 per page).
We love these Day of the Dead sugar skull masks because they are fun rather than scary, and just the right size for kids to cut out - although younger children will need help cutting out the eye-holes and noses.
Our first set of Day of the Dead scrapbook paper prints "portrait" but this page prints "landscape" instead, making it perfect for folding in half to create the cover for a Day of the Dead card or booklet, perhaps!
Colour 6 smiling sugar skulls for Day of the Dead! It would look fabulous if you coloured a bunch of these and then cut them out afterwards to hang them as a banner to decorate the room.
Here's a quirky printable A4 poster for Day of the Dead, featuring the iconic guitar-playing skeleton with his Mexican hat. He stands at a decorated window and looks down on the parade.
Because a lot of the skeleton - coat, hat etc - are filled in with black on this Day of the Dead colouring page, you can concentrate on really going to town with the details and the background. Bright and flourescent colours would look amazing!
There's of detail to colour in on this fun doodly Day of the Dead colouring page, featuring a Mexican-style skull and two guitars - perfect for this colourful celebration.
We like this poster because it captures the joy and celebration of Day of the Dead without being too scary for younger children. Put it up on display.
This fun Day of the Dead colour pop colouring page has most of the background already filled in so that you can concentrate on colouring in the fun parts! It's a not-too-scary picture, too, so it might be fun for younger kids to attempt.
This African animals circle colouring page is perfect for both adults and kids to enjoy, and has plenty of fun detail without being too daunting.
A large group of crocodiles is called a bask or a float, and we've got plenty of crocodiles to colour in on this fun circle colouring page!
Did you know that a group of flamingos is rather fabulously called a 'flamboyance'? There's no doubt that flamingos are everywhere right now, on home decor and even clothing! You can create your own flamingo masterpiece by colouring in this fantastic circle colouring page.
Chocolate, strawberry, vanilla, mint - you can choose the flavours (and colours) for every icecream on this fabulous circle colouring page.
There's nothing cuter than baby animals, and we have plenty of them all huddled together with their mothers on this lovely circle colouring page.
This Halloween cats design colouring page is rather special. It's like a tile, so if you colour in more than one and trim the black border away carefully, you can "butt" them up against each other and make a much larger picture.
This little cat is all ready to be coloured in for Halloween - sitting in a pumpkin, just the right size to keep him cosy! This cute Halloween colouring page is perfect for younger children.