Here's an autumn wreath colouring page with a difference - we've coloured in the background in autumnal colours, so the kids don't have to! They will still enjoy colouring the pumpkins, leaves, hedgehogs and umbrellas!
Wreath Colouring Pages
All NEW! Print, cut out, colour and display these fun wreath colouring pages - some of which come in "colour pop" versions too. We'll be adding to this collection for all the seasons and holidays as well as favourite topics, so you can ring the changes throughout the year! We also have pre-coloured printable wreaths here.
Here's a fun activity for an autumn afternoon! Print onto card, cut out and colour the autumn wreath, then punch a hole and hang it up for display! We've filled this wreath with hedgehogs, autumn leaves and pumpkins for the kids to colour...
The kids will have fun colouring in this lovely wreath for Bonfire Night - with lots of fireworks, bonfire and Guy Fawkes to keep them busy!
Here's a festive colouring page with a difference. The children can colour in the wreath themselves then cut it out, punch a hole in the top and thread a ribbon through to hang it up (younger kids can ask an adult to help with the cutting and hanging).
Sometimes colouring in the background of a page is the tedious bit, so on this Day of the Dead wreath colour pop colouring page there's no need to do it! We've filled it in with this lovely bright pink colour, very appropriate for Day of the Dead celebrations.
We've filled the background of this Day of the Dead "colour pop" colouring page so that the kids can concentrate on colouring in the interesting details - and also to make their colouring really stand out.
Colour in this fabulous Day of the Dead wreath colouring page using bright colours. Kids could use flourescent or glow in the dark pens too, add glitter or collage - anything to make the wreath really stand out!
There's a lot of detail to colour in on this Dwali wreath colouring page, but the end result is bound to be spectacular! You can cut out the wreath when you've finished and hang it up by punching a hole through the top and threading a ribbon through.
We've pre-coloured the background of this Halloween wreath "colour pop" colouring page so that it isn't so intimidating for younger children, and they can concentrate on colouring in the interesting bits!
Print and colour a spooky wreath for Halloween! When done, cut it out and put it up on display - it makes a quick Halloween craft and decoration!
Make your own Hanukkah wreath to brighten up your home or classroom. Print and colour in the wreath before cutting it out carefully. Punch a hole in the top and thread through some colourful ribbon. Your wreath is now ready to hang!
This fun "wreath" colouring page makes a perfect colour and cut out activity for younger children, and is fun to display for autumn or Harvest Festival. Colour the fruit and vegetables and scarecrow, and the background of wheat...
Have fun colouring in this Kwanzaa wreath, then cut it out, punch a hole in the top and thread through some ribbon so you can display it around the home or at school.
Part of this beautiful Rangoli design wreath has already been coloured in, but you can colour the rest to create a stunning 'colour pop' design. Once you've finished follow the instructions to cut out and hang your finished wreath.
This pretty Rangoli design is lovely to colour in, and you can turn the finished result into a wreath using the instructions on the page.
Colouring in this beautiful wreath is a lovely way for the children to be involved in Remembrance Day. Colour in the poppy wreath first, then cut out and make a hole in the top before threading through some ribbon (red would be ideal) and hanging in a display.
This Remembrance Day wreath will make a lovely addition to displays in classrooms, Scout/Guide huts or at home. Colour in the poppy wreath then cut out carefully. Punch a hole in the top then thread through some ribbon to hang it up.
Sometimes the background of a colouring project can be the intimidating part - which is how we came up with the idea of our colour pop colouring pages!
You can really go to town on the colouring of this sunflower wreath, using all sorts of shades of golds and yellows and browns. You could even use some collage for the centre of the sunflowers to give them texture.
There's lots of thanksgiving-themed details to colour in on this wreath colour page, and once you've finished you can follow the instructions on how to make the wreath and hang it up.
Colour in the animal faces - we've done the background for you on this fun World Animal Day wreath colour pop colouring page. Of course you don't have to save it for World Animal Day.