Get out your Cricut and draw a Snowman Coloring page! Create a cute, hand-drawn snowman coloring page using this design I've created and your Cricut. This Cricut coloring page design can be modified to personalized with your own personal touch and color however you'd like. Happy Coloring!
This would be a really fun page to set out for the kids (and adults too), for your holiday gatherings.
Draw a Snowman Coloring Page with Your Cricut
The cool thing about drawing with your Cricut machine is being able to change the ink colors of the pen you draw with. You can set up this coloring page to include some metallic accents or even a color-by-number style outlined image. Have fun with it!
- Cricut Machine
- Cricut Design Space™ software
- Snowman and snowflake Designs by Jen Goode
- 12″ x 12″ Standard Grip Cricut® mat
- White cardstock
- Black Cricut Pen
- Head to Cricut Design Space to create this coloring page.
- Follow the onscreen instructions to draw the entire coloring machine with your Cricut Explore machine.
- Color and enjoy!
Tip: Use a metallic pen to add pretty accents to your coloring page.
Personalize this snowman coloring page
You can move around the different drawn elements in this coloring page. Open up the snowman canvas in Cricut Design Space and choose “customize”. Then you will see all the different layers and pieces included in the drawing. You can move each around, change their pen color or hide them.
Coloring tip: Add a bit of watercolor to this image also. Watercolor paint the paper before drawing the design. Make sure the paper is dry and then draw the snowman art with your Cricut machine. After the drawing is complete, color the image with watercolor pencils, blending markers or paint.
Don't have a Cricut?
Download and print this pretty snowflake coloring page printable or Gingerbread man coloring page too!
2 thoughts on “Draw a Snowman Coloring Page with Your Cricut”
I love the design Jen! But not understanding watercoloring the paper before printing on the design? Do we just put watercolors anywhere on the paper?
Thanks so much for sharing will definitely be using this soon!!
Hi Sherry, sorry for the confusion. Yes, I like to add a watercolor wash to paper to create my own custom looks sometimes. Just make sure the paper is thoroughly dry before letting the Cricut draw on it. I can’t wait to see what you make, come back by and tell me about it!
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