If you’re looking for an easy-to-do activity, then you should consider looking at pumpkin coloring pages. These are usually straight to the point and don’t require a lot of time or color combinations when you compare them to other coloring pages.
Welcome to our collection of free PUMPKIN coloring pages. Click the Pumpkin pictures or illustrations you like and you’ll be taken to the PDF download and/or print page. Every Pumpkin coloring page is a printable PDF and/or can be downloaded.
An illustration of seven pumpkins placed on top of the hay with autumn leaves falling in the background.
A scarecrow standing on a pumpkin field with stars, bats, and ghosts in the background.
Charlie and Salie Brown happily pointing at huge pumpkins growing in the field.
A boy wearing a hat sitting on top of the pumpkins piled on top of each other.
Three pumpkins growing in the field and one pumpkin with a Halloween face.
An illustration of five large pumpkins growing healthily.
An illustration of a boy and a girl picking up a very big pumpkin.
An illustration of seven pumpkins on top of each other carved with different kinds of Halloween faces.
An illustration of six pumpkins of different shapes carved with different kinds of faces.
An illustration of a carved pumpkin filled with vegetables and candies.
An illustration of an angry pumpkin monster holding a scythe with angry rabbits in the background.
An illustration of four pumpkins stacked on top of each other carved with Halloween faces.
An illustration of a pumpkin with long lashes looking at the spider and the bat above it.
An illustration of three pumpkins stacked on top of each other and then carved as a halloween decoration.
An illustration of a girl picking up pumpkins and stacking them into a wooden crate.
An illustration of different kinds of pumpkins stacked together.
Two pumpkins of different shape and size decorated for Halloween.
A beautiful drawing of a pumpkin and its vines and flowers.
An illustration of five pumpkins of equal shape and size.
A beautiful illustration of a pumpkin plant bearing big fruits.
A mother and daughter picking out pumpkins and other vegetables.
An illustration of five big pumpkins growing under the sun.
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Coloring a Pumpkin
The best thing about them is that you can put them to good use when the holiday season comes. It makes it easier to use them creatively alongside your other decorations. It doesn’t matter whether you’re trying to make your Halloween decorations more spooky, or whether you’re ushering in the warmth of Thanksgiving. Having a well colored pumpkin should add the type of ambient decorative finishes that your kids will enjoy. Keep on reading to find out more interesting information about pumpkin coloring pages.
When it comes to creating pumpkin coloring pages, you should understand that with pumpkins there are three great ideas that you should have. You should think of coloring them for Fall, Halloween, and Thanksgiving. You can get them done with your kids to prepare for decorating at any of these big holidays. Coloring a pumpkin is easy. All that you should do is to know how to mix the colors accordingly. There are various degrees of similar colors that you use that should help you to create the kind that you want your kids to be proud of when they’re done.
The one thing that you want is to create an eye-catching page that can be repurposed when you’re done. Pumpkins are not only listed for food uses. They’re versatile and can be used to decorate all over your home and backyard. Particularly, when Halloween comes. Everyone loves a spooky looking pumpkin in their front yard.
Do You Know What These Pumpkin Colors Mean?
You’d be surprised to find that pumpkins have different colors that mean different things. Everyone knows that a standard pumpkin has a deep orange tint. Yet, not many people know that you can color your pumpkin in the following colors to raise awareness.
- Teal pumpkin. When it’s trick-or-treat time, you want to be considerate of the kids who have allergies. Placing a teal colored pumpkin helps you to let them know that you don’t have treats for those who have allergies.
- Blue pumpkin. This is a great idea if you want to support kids who have autism. On the contrary, some people place it outside to support the local police.
- Purple pumpkin. Did you know that purple can be a color that you use to show that you support people who have epilepsy or seizures?
What to Know About Pumpkins
- Not many people know that a pumpkin is actually a fruit. Yet, it’s also a squash.
- Did you know that you can eat the yellow flowers that bloom on the vines of your pumpkins?
- You have better luck enjoying your pumpkin seeds when you’ve roasted them. Plus, they’re packed with medicinal properties.
- Illinois is the state that grows the most pumpkins. In fact, it’s known as the pumpkin capital of the world. Annually, more than 12 000 acres of pumpkins are harvested.
- In the olden days, they used pumpkins as a remedy for treating freckles and snake bites.