Today we have a really fun cheery Christmas tree coloring page perfect for the holiday season.  Kids of all ages and adults too will enjoy an afternoon of coloring fun with our printable Christmas tree coloring pages! It’s so easy to download and print our coloring pages! And we have so many Christmas coloring sheets you could put together your own Christmas coloring book. These Christmas tree coloring pages are great whether you’re at school or at home.

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Merry Christmas! Make this Christmas season super colorful with these free Christmas tree coloring pages!

Free Printable Cheery Christmas Tree Coloring Pages For Kids

Our Christmas tree coloring pages are simple line drawings of holiday trees fully decorated with presents underneath. Click the red button to download the Christmas tree coloring pages:

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1. Christmas Tree Coloring Page With Presents

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Color the Christmas tree and the presents under the tree.

The first page in our Christmas tree coloring page set has a lovely Christmas tree. It has garland on it, and ornaments, even a star at the top. Don’t forget to color the presents at the bottom of the Christmas tree.

2. Christmas Tree Coloring Page With Milk and Cookies For Santa

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The second page in our Christmas tree coloring page set also has a Christmas tree with a star at the top. It also has presents. But this coloring sheet also has milk and cookies for Santa Clause as well!

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Print our Christmas tree coloring page for an easy and fun colorful activity.

Download & Print Christmas Coloring Page PDF File Here

This Christmas tree coloring page is sized for standard letter printer paper dimensions – 8.5 x 11 inches.

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Christmas Tree Coloring Pages For Kids

These Christmas tree coloring pages are all ready to be colored and decorated with glitter, glue and more. Go grab red and green crayons, and as many colors as you want, to color these free Christmas tree coloring pages!

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Christmas Tree Coloring Pages

This set of two Christmas tree coloring pages is two versions of a Christmas tree.  Each Christmas tree has a star on top as a tree topper, garland wrapping the holiday tree, Christmas tree ornaments, decorations and presents.

  • The first Xmas tree coloring page has simpler lines with large Christmas balls, small Christmas balls, snowflakes and a ribbon garland on the tree.  Under the tree are three Christmas presents with bows on top and a plate of cookies and hot chocolate for Santa.
  • The second Christmas coloring page has traditional Christmas lights hanging between Christmas ornaments and a beaded garland.  Under the tree are four Christmas presents wrapped in polka-dot holiday paper and topped with fancy ribbon bows.

Christmas coloring pages are a great way for children of all ages to enhance their creativity, focus, fine motor skills, and color recognition – all while having fun.

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How did you color your cheery Christmas tree coloring pages?

Merry Christmas!



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  1. With the magic of Christmas comes coloring! I always loved (and still do) coloring page after page of Christmas Inspired coloring books. Now, we just print a few pages and let the kids go to work!
    But they like to make up stories and fairy tales more, I try to teach them a passion for reading and writing.
    Thanks for a lovely article!