Christmas is a wonderful and happy time of the year. It’s something that millions of people eagerly anticipate each year as it’s a mix of family love, fun presents and bright decorations.
Few things get you into the festive mood as much as a beautiful Christmas tree glowing in your house!
These free Christmas tree coloring pages are perfect for some festive fun times whether Christmas is just around the corner or you feel like Christmas cheer another time of year.
This huge collection of fun Christmas tree printables will give you plenty of opportunity to use all of your favorite bright and cheerful colors.
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30 Brand New Christmas Tree Coloring Pages – Free to Print and Color
Our first free Christmas tree coloring page for kids has a pretty and classic looking Christmas tree for you to color!
There are plenty of presents under this tree, so will you use the same color for all of the presents or shake it up with different colors for each one?
This second Christmas tree printable has plenty of different decorations on it for you to color in! There are candy canes, doves, hearts and more, so you can really go wild with your favorite colors.
This is sure to be one of the most colorful trees in this collection of Christmas tree coloring pages.
There are some pretty candles as decorations for this next Christmas tree coloring sheet. If they are real candles then I probably wouldn’t do this in real life, but it sure is pretty for a coloring page!
Maybe you could use some watercolor paints for the candles to give them a softer look. You could color in the rest with your favorite crayons, paints or pencils to give it a really glowy feel!
The mice have come out to play in this cute Christmas tree coloring page!
The mice are having a great time messing around on the tree, and you could try color each mouse in with a different color to add some fun color details to this image.
A Christmas angel decoration is watching over the tree in this peaceful Christmas tree printable.
I think using a soft yellow for the background would really highlight the calm feeling of this image and maybe make it look like a fire is burning in a fireplace behind this tree.
We have a simpler looking tree for this next free Christmas tree coloring page.
You could color in some stripes or shapes onto the candy cane decorations for a fun bit of detail that will make this image even more unique.
This next Christmas tree coloring sheet is positively glowing with lights!
I think that using some colored pens or pencils for the lights with some bright shades will make them look like real lights shining out.
You could use a darker green for the tree to really make them stand out even more!
How will you bring this glowing tree to beautiful life with your colors?
There are plenty of shining baubles on the tree in this Christmas tree coloring printable.
If I were coloring in this image, I would use some classic bright Christmaas red for the baubles to really add some Christmas cheer!
Will you use red as the primary color for the decorations on this tree or will you go with your own favorite colors? We can’t wait to see what colors you choose!
Some more plentiful bright and shiny decorations are all over with this Christmas tree coloring page.
I really love the tinsel snaking down the tree, and I would use a lighter pink or purple for that detail while sticking to more intense colors for the rest of the decorations.
This might be another fun image to get out some colored pens and pencils for all the small details!
There are plenty of beautiful wrapped presents below the tree in this next Christmas tree coloring sheet.
There are lovely bows and decorations on this one, so I think it would look great with some warmer colors for these aspects.
Christmas is a time of warm family love, so I think colors that reflect this would be perfect!
Usually Christmas presents are wrapped to hide the gift that lies inside it. That’s true of most of the presents in this Christmas tree printable, but for one gift it’s very obvious what it is!
A pretty doll is sitting under the tree ready to be given as a gift, so maybe you could color her in with the colors you would want a doll of your own to be.
Would you love to receive a present like that, or would you have someone you could give it to?
This next Christmas tree coloring page has a present that’s already been opened a bit. It seems like someone let their curiosity get the better of them and took a peek inside!
We can’t wait to see how you color in all the presents and decorations in this picture.
The twisty patterns on the baubles of this tree remind me of some delicious cinnamon buns!
If I were coloring in this Christmas tree coloring sheet I would use colored pens and pencils in some bright and striking colors. That would give a sweet, almost candy-like look to this image, I think!
We have a rather unusual star at the top of this Christmas tree! I would color in this Christmas tree coloring printable by using blue for the tinsel and orange for the rest of the decorations for some complimentary colors.
Do you think you would use similar colors or did other ones come to mind when you saw this image?
There are plenty of presents for everyone in this Christmas tree coloring page! It looks like some lucky kid is getting a soccer ball which I’m sure they will love.
I’ll definitely look forward to seeing how you choose to color in all the small and intricate decoration details of this tree.
Our next free Christmas tree coloring sheet has a simpler yet really elegant look to it with this pretty tree!
There aren’t any presents below this one yet, so maybe it would be fun to draw in some presents you would like to get once you’ve colored in all the decorations.
The tree in this Christmas tree printable has plenty of room for you to get creative with adding details!
Whether you draw in some details or color in some patterns onto the tree and decorations, we can’t wait to see how you beautify this one.
As we’ve mentioned before, using different mediums can be a great way to create a look or a mood for a picture.
For this free Christmas tree coloring page, maybe you could try some more watercolor paints for the entirety of the picture to give it a softer, glowing look.
What medium will you use for this image?
There’s a great big star on top of the tree in this Christmas tree coloring sheet.
I think it would make for a great focal point to this image if you colored in the star with a different medium to the rest of the picture.
I would suggest using a colored pen for a really bright look, but we can’t wait to see what you decide!
I get a really charming feel from this Christmas tree printable. Maybe it’s because this tree is shorter than some of the others, but I definitely get a cozy feeling from this coloring page.
I would use more warm colors for this one, and I would use some watercolors to give it an inviting feel to it.
The fun variety of decorations in this Christmas tree printable will make for some wonderful coloring!
For smaller details, it’s best to use something more precise like a colored pen or pencil. You could also use a very small paintbrush for those fine details.
Do you think you’ll use any of those mediums for this picture?
Sometimes, fake Christmas trees can come in colors other than green. You can get white ones, pink ones or pretty much any color you can think of!
If you’ve kept the other trees in these Christmas tree coloring sheets green up until now, maybe you could choose another fun color for this tree.
There are so many decorations packed into this next Christmas tree printable! Maybe you could pick a color scheme of two or three of your favorite colors and stick to it for all of the decorations on this tree.
I would personally use silver and gold colors for a really classic look, but I bet you have an idea for what you’d like to use!
The shapes on the tree in this Christmas tree coloring page give me a feeling that this is a very sparkly one.
If you have some glitter or glitter pens you could use them for some of the decorations on this tree for a lovely sparkly look.
Part of the fun in coloring in a collection like this is coming up with ways to bring something new to each tree.
For this Christmas tree coloring sheet, I would leave the tree itself white and use cool colors like lighter blues and greens for the decorations.
That would set it apart from other trees in this collection! What new touches will you add to this tree?
This Christmas tree coloring printable features plenty of decorations and, perhaps more importantly, plenty of gifts under it!
If you’re feeling crafty, maybe you could cut small pieces of actual wrapping paper into the shapes of the gifts in this picture. That would add a great little extra touch to this image!
The tree in this next Christmas tree coloring page looks a little wilder than most of the other trees! I don’t think that’s a bad thing, as this style makes it stand out a bit.
For this slightly more unusual tree, I would use some bright reds, yellows and pinks to give it a funky modern look.
I’m definitely getting a theme of love from this Christmas tree coloring sheet!
There are lots of cute heart decorations, and for this tree I would incorporate some reds and pinks for a loving and cozy feeling to this image.
The amount of decorations featured in this Christmas tree coloring printable along with the tinsel snaking down make me think that this would be a great image to mix mediums again.
For this one, I would mix paints with some colored pens for a striking, vibrant look.
What mediums do you think would work for this picture?
We have an unusual looking tree for this final image in our collection of free Christmas tree coloring pages for kids.
This tree makes me think it might be a fake tree, so I think that it would be fun to pick another unusual color for the tree itself.
Then you could use a complimentary color for the decorations to really finish it off.
How To Bring Some Magic To These Christmas Tree Coloring Pages
When you’re decorating a real Christmas tree, there are all sorts of decorations you can use to make it look amazing.
Similarly, you can bring that same creativity to this collection of Christmas tree coloring pages!
When coloring in pictures such as these, you shouldn’t feel limited to the regular art tools and mediums that you would typically use.
You can also use various crafts and other art tools to bring some Christmas magic to your favorite coloring pages. For example, instead of just coloring the baubles on the trees, you could stick some beads over them.
Using glitter would be a great way to bring some sparkle to the trees. Using glitter glues can also bring some depth to these glitter elements.
If you have some spare thin pieces of real tinsel, you could even stick these over the tinsel in the pictures. This would be a great way to make your drawing even more dynamic!
These are just a few simple ways that you can bring some more magic to the pictures. You could also add text to create some Christmas messages on the pictures.
We have provided a few ways that you can take these pictures even further, but now you can show your ideas. If there are some specific things that remind you of Christmas, then you can add these details too.
Christmas is a bit different for each family, as everyone has their own traditions and customs for the holiday season. If you have some of these, show them off by adding more details to your Christmas tree coloring pages.
What are some fun festive details that you could add?
Christmas Tree Coloring Pages – Which will you choose?
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