Throughout the year, fairytales have been a typical setting in stories and films. However, Disney is especially popular for introducing modern audiences to magic. The Frozen coloring pages are a perfect example of the depiction of the Disney film Frozen, released in 2013. Whether the songs, picturization or the fun characters, the movie Frozen has taken the world by storm and has charmed audiences from young to old.

In this article, we have curated the list of some of the famous Frozen colouring pages that celebrate the film while keeping your kids engaged.

15 Popular Frozen Coloring Pages:

We have curated the Frozen colouring pages, an amalgamation of all the different characters from the movie. So go through the list and choose the one that your kid like the most:

1. Queen Elsa Frozen Coloring Page:

Elsa is the Queen of the fictional kingdom of Arendelle, and she is one of the main characters in the Animation movie Frozen. This frozen colouring sheet depicts the princess‘s coronation time after her parent’s death. First, use dark sea green for the entire dress from the chest below and purple for the long cloth trail starting from the neck. Next, use black or brown colour for the sleeves of the dress. Finally, choose bright colours for the intricate details on the dress. Eventually, leave the hair white and golden yellow for the crown completing the picture authentically.

2. Anna Frozen Coloring Page:

Anna is the princess of Arendelle and the younger sister of Queen Elsa. This is a frozen fever colouring page where the princess celebrates her sister’s birthday with the help of her friends. Use light blue for the lower part of the dress and dark blue for the upper part. Furthermore, use green colour for the overcoat and cream for the sleeves. Finally, you can use a gold glitter pen to highlight the patterns on the dress, making the colouring page stand out beautifully and authentically.

3. Olaf Frozen Coloring Pages:

Olaf is one of the favourite characters among kids of all ages, irrespective of gender. The Character Olaf has become a fan favourite, whether it is his funny antics or curious nature. This frozen colouring printable has a picture of Olaf that kids can enjoy filling with colours. This colouring page is suitable for kids younger than five years because the colouring process for this character is pretty simple. Leave the body and face of Olaf white, black for the buttons, and bright orange for the nose. Fill the eyebrows, and the three additions on his head are also black. Furthermore, you can use silver glitter for the snowflakes.

4. Disney Frozen Coloring Pages:

Elsa and Anna are one of the best sister duos among all the Disney animation movies and are also top on the list of fan favourites. This printable frozen colouring page depicts both sisters beautifully and is best suited for kids over seven years. In addition, you can let your kids use their imagination to create an entirely different picture than the ones you find in the movies, making them a customized page.

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5. Frozen Christmas Coloring Pages:

Christmas is one of the favourite festivals among kids and adults alike. But the reason why kids love this festival is because of the gifts and the beautiful stories about Santa Claus. But when you combine the magic of Frozen characters with your Christmas, the beauty is further increased. Use green for the Christmas tree and multiple colours for the ornaments on the tree and gifts around. This colouring page is suitable for kids of all ages, though younger ones might need little assistance. Depending on the kid’s age, crayons, colour pencils and brush pens can be perfect colouring tools.

6. Elsa’s Magic Frozen Coloring Pages:

This frozen colouring page depicts Queen Elsa performing her magic beautifully. Light blue for the entire page is the key to creating an authentic look for the colouring sheet. However, you can let your kids choose colours per their preference to make this picture more relatable. Using silver glitter for the highlighted floral patterns creates a magical effect. This colouring page is best suited for kids of all ages, though younger ones might need a little assistance.

7. Frozen Halloween Coloring Pages:

Halloween is another festival that goes on top of the lists of kids’ favourites. However, their excitement will know no bounds when we combine Halloween with the magical characters of Frozen. Use orange for the pumpkin, brown or black for all the boots and orange for Olaf’s nose. Choose brown for Swen’s body and horn, black for the hoofs and Elsa’s hat. Since it is Halloween, you can let your kids choose colours per their preference, making the colouring page more personal and memorable.

8. Frozen Characters Coloring Pages:

This is another frozen colouring page that has all the prominent characters in one place where kids can colour and have fun. This colouring sheet is suitable for kids aged between 6 to 9 years because of too many details involved. You can let your kids replicate the original colours making them look exactly like a movie. Or let them use their creativity to choose the colour of their choice. Because of the age group, the best colouring tools can be brush pens, crayons or even colour pencils.

9. Elsa and Anna’s Frozen Colouring Sheet:

‘Do you wanna build a snowman?’ This phrase is how Elsa and Anna started to build Olaf with snow, their favourite. Here leave the body and face of Olaf as it is; use orange for the nose. Use brown colour for Anna’s hair and keep Elsa’s hair white. When it comes to dresses, use different yet bright colours which complement each other gorgeously. Go for black or brown for the beautiful shoes the girls are wearing.

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10. Frozen Happy Birthday Coloring Pages:

If your kids want to prepare a greeting card for their friends or family members, which has Olaf and Swen, this colouring sheet can be an ideal choice. Use brown for Swen’s body and antlers while orange for Olaf’s nose. Choose different bright colours alternatingly for the gift boxes. Highlight the balloons using bold colours like maroon, red, purple, and orange. When it comes to the desserts like cupcakes and cake slices, you can colour them depending on your favourite flavour.

11. Frozen Two Coloring Pages:

Frozen 2 is the sequel to the first Frozen movie, where the story continues discussing the power of Queen Elsa and how the sisters overcome the hurdles to protect their kingdom. Use brown for cute little Swen, orange for Olaf’s nose, black for the buttons and brown for Olaf’s hands and the things on his head. Choose a combination of bright and pastel colours like yellow, orange, purple, red, pink, and brown to create a beautiful output. This colouring sheet is suitable for children aged 6 to 9 years, with crayons or pencils as colouring tools.

12. Sven Frozen Coloring Pages:

Sven is Kristoff’s animal companion, one of the protagonists of the movie Frozen. This frozen 2-colouring picture has Swen feeding on his favourite carrots in his resting space. This colouring sheet is suitable for kids of all ages, with crayons, pencils and brush pens as colouring tools depending on their age. Use different shades of brown for the body and antlers of Sven and black for the hooves. Green is the best colour for the grass, and you can either leave the shed white or use light brown or even yellow. Make sure your kids colour every part of the page, which gives the [age a completed look.

13. Free Printable Frozen Coloring Pages:

This is one of the best frozen colouring images where you can colour every inch of the page, making it one of the best-suited colouring sheets for kids in the age group of 9 to 12 years. Colour the sky in light blue, brown for the branches, and green for the tree and bushes. Orange suits the pumpkin and Olaf’s nose perfectly, and black for the buttons on Olaf’s body. Use bright colours like Pink or lavender or a combination of both for Anna’s dress. And don’t forget to colour Anna’s hair black.

14. Fun Frozen Coloring Page:

This Frozen-two colouring page has Anna and Olaf riding a small boat in the fast stream of water. This sheet is suitable for children aged 7 to 9 years, with crayons or pencils as colouring tools. Use brown for the boat, tree trunks, shades of green for the trees and bushes, and blue for the flowing water. Give the characters an authentic look using colours similar to those in the movies. For example, use orange for Olaf’s nose, leave his body white, and choose a combination of purple and yellow for Anna’s dress.

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15. Kristoff and Sven Frozen Coloring Pages:

Kristoff, Olaf and Sven are the three prominent characters in Frozen movies, entertaining us with their humour and light-heartedness. Kids in the age group of 5 to 9 years will find this colouring page very attractive; crayons or oil pastels are ideal tools to give the page a natural finish. Let your kids showcase their creativity by choosing colours of their preference, making the page more personal and custom-made.

Discover your favourite from this article’s list of Frozen coloring pages that are free to download. Frozen is one of the most loved movies among kids and the most successful Disney animated movie, surpassing The Lion King movie. We have also added some tips that guide you in choosing the right colours for the colouring sheet. Don’t forget to let us know if you found the article helpful!

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