30 Free Halloween Coloring Pages For Kids & Adults (PDF Printable Sheets) 

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An images with nine different Halloween coloring pages
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Whether you’re getting ready for a spooky fun Halloween with the kids, decorating the classroom for some seasonal joy, or simply a fan of all things Halloween, our 30 free printable Halloween coloring pages & cards are your go-to for a blast of creativity and fun! Our diverse collection ranges from cute witches and adorable bats to challenging mandala pumpkins, perfect for artists of all ages – yes, we mean you too, adults and teens!

And here’s the best part – they’re absolutely free!

No tricks, just treats! (Sorry couldn’t help the pun). No hidden fees, and no email sign-ups. Just a straightforward click, print, and start bringing these pages to life with your favorite colors. So, grab your pencils and have fun with a bit of Halloween creativity!

Save these Halloween coloring sheets

Want to save yourself the hassle of finding free Halloween coloring pages next year? Make sure you save our post to Pinterest!

Materials needed

Before we can get crafty, we have to make sure you’re well-equipped. You’ll need the following to bring these Halloween scenes to life:

And for the coloring itself, the (night)sky’s the limit! Use whatever you prefer or have at hand. Some ideas that we like to work with include:

A package with 20 different Crayola Washable Super Tips Markers
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30 Free printable Halloween coloring pages

Here lies (not so quietly) our collection of 30 Halloween coloring sheets. We’ve conjured up a variety of scenes to suit every mood and skill level. Want a particular page? Just click “download” or click on the image, and you’ll be spirited away to the downloadable PDF file.

Enchanted by more than one? No curse, download the entire collection in a single, convenient PDF file right here.

Thinking about sending a spooky greeting? Scroll down or click here to discover how these coloring pages can be transformed into bewitching Halloween cards!

Haunted house with ghosts

Haunted house with a graveyard

Ghosts with two tombstones

Boo! Ghost

Trick-or-treat bag

Happy Halloween (1)


Trick or Treat bat

Boo-tiful night ghost


Trick or Treat (1)



Trick or Treat (2)

Halloween witch

Pumpkin mandala (1)

Skulls mandala (1)

Halloween bat

Halloween icons

Cute witch

Cute skeletons

Craved pumpkin field

Bat and pumpkins

Halloween mandala

Zombies on graveyard

Witch and cat

Halloween zombies

Pumpkin mandala (2)

Trick or Treat (3)

Skulls mandala (2)

Make Halloween greeting cards

Now that you’ve peeked into our cauldron of Halloween coloring pages, let’s see how you can turn them into spellbinding greeting cards. Here are a few methods:

  1. Printfour per page and cut into A6-size greeting cards
  2. Print foldable coloring pages on A4 cardstock and fold in two
  3. Print foldable coloring pages on regular A4, cut them in half, and glue them onto cardstock
  4. Print foldable coloring pages on regular A4 and fold them in two

In my opinion, the first two options give your cards that real feel of greeting cards. But hey, if this is just an activity for fun and not just the finesse, the last two options will certainly do the trick (or treat, gosh these puns keep coming)!

An image ilustrating four different ways to make four differnet halloween greeting cards
Halloween greeting card options

1. Print four per page and cut into A6 greeting cards

Choose your favorite ghostly or delightful scene (or print them all). Before hitting print, adjust your printer to print four pages per sheet and make sure the correct cardstock paper is in your printer’s drawers.

Not sure how to adjust the settings? It’s super simple!

Download your chosen Halloween coloring page(s) and select ‘Print.’ Navigate to ‘Paper sizing,’ ‘Paper handling,’ (the term varies per printer) within the print dialog. In the menu, select ‘multiple’ and set it to print four per page. Confirm by clicking ‘OK’ or ‘Apply,’ and then print.

However, each printer is a little different, so if these instructions did not do the trick, a quick online search for your model plus “print settings” should cast the right spell.

screenshot of printer settings for printer 4 pager per sheet
This is what your printer-settings should like look

2. Print a foldable design on A4 cardstock and fold in two

If you want to write a sweet personalized message inside your Halloween greeting card, I would suggest printing these foldable pages directly onto A4 cardstock. Then fold, and voila – a card sturdy enough to survive a zombie apocalypse.

The foldable design is basically a landscape A4-size PDF with the Halloween coloring sheet on the right, so you have a nice folding greeting card!

Foldable designs are A4 landscape with a coloring page on the right

3. Print them on regular paper, cut and glue on cardstock paper

Fancy a sturdy card, but unsure if your printer can handle the cardstock paper? No problem!

Print the foldable design on regular paper, then cut it to the right size and stick it onto a folded cardstock for that extra bit of weight.

4. Print foldable design on regular A4 paper and fold it in two

For a straightforward, no-fuss option, this is your go-to.

Print the foldable design on regular A4 paper, color, fold, and you’re ready to send some Halloween joy flying through the mail.

Funny Halloween messages

Once you’ve chosen your DIY card route, why not add a personal touch with some humor? From witty witches’ wishes to punny pumpkins, we’ve got a full post with funny Halloween messages perfect for your cards and pages. (Seriously, we’ve got 163 different wishes, puns, quotes, and sayings, so there must be one that will make you LOL).

Even if you’re just coloring for the fun of it, adding a cheeky line or two is a great way to make someone crack a smile.

Funny and scary Halloween card quote
Photo courtesy of Quirky Card Company

More free printables

Caught the coloring bug? We’ve got a whole haunted mansion’s worth of free printables and DIY craft ideas for you to explore.

Save these Halloween coloring pages

Did you save these Halloween coloring sheets on Pinterest for next year’s coloring fun?

Final notes on these Halloween coloring sheets

We hope you find these Halloween coloring pages and card-making tips bewitchingly helpful for a fun and creative holiday.

If you have any spells, I mean suggestions, feedback, or requests for more free printables, our door is always open – no need to knock thrice. Happy coloring, and have a spooktacular Halloween!


Hi, I’m Lara, a 30-year-old travel-lover (but who’s not these days?). I love reading, puzzling, world-heritage sites, researching, and making lists, which comes in quite handy when you’re making lists of travel gift ideas!