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Check out our collection of 1 Mickey Mouse coloring pages that are free to download and print!

To get started, simply click on the coloring sheet thumbnail you want to color below and then download the image to your computer. You can then print it to color as many times as you like!

All of our coloring pages are formatted as PNG files, and will fit on standard US Letter size or A4 paper sizes.

Some favorites that you may want to check out are Mickey Mouse is Ready to Play!! Scroll down to see them all.

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1) Mickey Mouse is Ready to Play!

Mickey Mouse looks super happy and excited with his big smile and open arms! It's a fun and easy picture to color with lots of space for your favorite colors.

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8 Craft Ideas to do with Mickey Mouse Coloring Pages

Mickey Mouse coloring pages are a classic activity that can be enjoyed by both kids and adults alike. Here are 8 fun and creative craft ideas to do with your Mickey Mouse coloring pages:

1. DIY Mickey Mouse Garland

Cut out your favorite Mickey Mouse coloring pages and use a hole punch to create holes at the top of each page. Thread a piece of ribbon or string through the holes and hang your garland up as festive decoration. This is a great activity for kids and adults to do together, and can be customized to fit any holiday or occasion.

2. Mickey Mouse Sun Catchers

Use contact paper to turn your Mickey Mouse coloring pages into sun catchers. Simply place the coloring page on top of a piece of contact paper, sticky side up, and trace the outline of Mickey’s head. Fill in the outline with tissue paper squares, then cover it with another piece of contact paper. Cut out the shape and hang it in a sunny window to enjoy the colorful display.

3. Mickey Mouse Collage

Create a one-of-a-kind piece of art by turning your Mickey Mouse coloring pages into a collage. Cut out different parts of Mickey’s body, such as his head, ears, and shoes, and arrange them on a piece of poster board or canvas. Use glue or double-sided tape to attach the pieces, then add any additional embellishments you like, such as buttons, stickers, or markers.

4. Mickey Mouse Ornaments

Turn your Mickey Mouse coloring pages into festive ornaments for the holiday season. Cut out the shape of Mickey’s head, then use a hole punch to create a hole at the top. Thread a piece of ribbon or string through the hole and tie it in a knot. Hang your ornaments on the tree, or use them to decorate gifts and packages.

5. Mickey Mouse Place Mats

Create personalized place mats for the whole family using your Mickey Mouse coloring pages. Simply glue the coloring pages onto a piece of sturdy cardboard or foam board, then cover the front and back with clear contact paper to protect the surface. Use these place mats at meals, or as a fun activity during family game night.

6. Mickey Mouse Notecards

Turn your Mickey Mouse coloring pages into unique notecards for any occasion. Cut out the shape of Mickey’s head, then glue it onto a piece of cardstock or construction paper. Add a message on the inside, then use the notecards to send a special greeting to a friend or family member.

7. Mickey Mouse Puppets

Create Mickey Mouse puppets using your coloring pages and a few simple craft supplies. Cut out the shape of Mickey’s head, then glue it onto a popsicle stick or straw. Add any additional details, such as eyes, a nose, and a mouth, using markers or construction paper. Use the puppets to put on a show, or to tell a story together as a family.

8. Mickey Mouse Coasters

Protect your furniture from spills and stains with these fun and functional Mickey Mouse coasters. Cut out the shape of Mickey’s head, then glue it onto a piece of cork or felt. Use a clear sealant, such as Mod Podge, to protect the surface and give the coasters a glossy finish. Use these coasters at meals, or give them as a gift to a Mickey Mouse fan in your life.