The holidays can be a busy and stressful time of year for many whether you celebrate or not, so it’s very important to take a little time out to do something relaxing for yourself, like coloring! Even if you take just a few minute to color some doodles, it can help to unwind and destress during a hectic day. These printable holiday coloring pages are easy to download and some are free!
You may be familiar with Johanna Basford’s popular coloring books, but did you know she also has a blog where she posts free resources and printable pages? This year she’s offering a free advent calendar to print and color!
If you’re looking for a larger project to conquer, there’s still time to print and create Pixieishcreations’ 3D advent calendar that you color yourself.
For even more advent calendar goodness, the Passionista Colorista blog also has free advent calendar coloring pages that feature a variety of artists and different art styles. You can even choose between two different sizes to print (US letter and A4!)
Petitedominance has a full set of 22 cute Christmas coloring pages to print and enjoy coloring during the holiday season. I just love the kawaii reindeer character!
The Wild Olive blog has have some kawaii Christmas coloring pages to download too, featuring the Advent Tinies patterns from Mollie’s Etsy shop. The page designs are super simple, so they’re a great option if you’d like to color but don’t have very much time during the holidays.
If you want to knock out some chore-related gifts while you’re coloring, check out Suzikute’s affordable Christmas cat coloring printables set. It comes with a really cute coloring page, as well as designs to create paper ornaments and gift tags. You could even shrink the coloring page to create a Christmas card!
And if you’re looking for pages with a little more detail for a challenge, Rozrysowanamama has a mini Christmas animal coloring book that features 10 pages of line art and 4 grayscale pages!
Andi lives in the countryside of Georgia in a house packed with kawaii decor and vintage toys. When she’s not barricaded in her pink craft room creating something, she can be found reading, playing Animal Crossing games, or baking something to satisfy her massive sweet tooth. Andi is currently taking a mental health break, but hopes to be back in 2023.