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Thanksgiving is more than just a national holiday. During this time of the year, we acknowledge and honor the blessings that have been given to us, so it is only right to hold large feasts and celebrations.
In addition to our festive dinners, we also try our best to prepare beforehand by decorating our homes and inviting our loved ones.
In this article, we’d like to help you deal with that preparation. We have collected a number of Thanksgiving coloring pages that you can use as wall designs or invitations.
Even if you aren’t planning a big get-together, these pages can still be of use to you. Coloring is a great way to destress and relax, and can also help heal your mind, body, and soul.
Let’s check out our Thanksgiving coloring pages!
(Side note: Want to see MORE free coloring pages? Then check out these 61 Christmas coloring pages that all adults and kids can enjoy).
First off, here is a simple yet lovely “Happy Thanksgiving” coloring sheet you can use either as wall decor or a gift card for your loved ones. It is rather easy to color, but since it fills the whole page, it will surely demonstrate your creativity.
This design is perfect for adults who like doodling and drawing. If you are in the mood, you might want to try copying it or drawing inspiration from it and making your own. Then color the page and enjoy a happy, warm Thanksgiving Day with your friends and family.
This coloring sheet is simple enough that kids can easily color it, and we chose it to give you something you can do with your kids at home. You can also use this sheet as a Thanksgiving card for your loved ones.
4. Turkey Mandala
Here is another turkey for you to color. It is more detailed than the previous one and is perfect for those who like intricate designs. The link above redirects you to a PDF page where you can directly download the file.
Thanksgiving Day lies within autumn, so here is a coloring page that represents both the holiday and the season. It isn’t too difficult, so your kids are sure to have a great time coloring it as well. They can enjoy a fun coloring activity with the rest of the family while waiting for Thanksgiving dinner.
6. Give Thanks
Here is another coloring page that relates to both Thanksgiving and the autumn season. You can color it along with the previous image before Thanksgiving dinner.
7. Thanksgiving Doodle
This doodle doesn’t only feature turkeys and the harvest, it also has other symbols of Thanksgiving, such as wine and pumpkins. We’re pretty sure that this doodle will catch your children’s attention, even if it may be a bit challenging for them.
8. Cornucopia Full of Fruit
A cornucopia full of fruit symbolizes that the harvest for that year has been plentiful. To celebrate your blessings, a warm and happy Thanksgiving dinner is a must. Here is a coloring page you can use to help you celebrate!
9. Intricate Patterned Harvest Doodle
We really like this one and think that most adults will enjoy coloring it. It is so detailed that you will forget everything that has been stressing you out.
10. Happy Thanksgiving Day!
In addition to coloring, you can use this sheet for your Thanksgiving cards. It is both simple and complicated at the same time. We think it’s great for adults, older kids, and elderly people who can still hold their pens firmly.
11. Thanksgiving Stuff
Here we have all the stuff that usually symbolizes Thanksgiving—the turkey, the pumpkin, the hat, and the harvest. You can also use this image for your Thanksgiving cards.
12. Thanksgiving is a Happy Day!
Here is another Thanksgiving Day doodle that you and your children can color while waiting for Thanksgiving dinner.
13. Harvest Food
If you are looking for something simple yet challenging, this image might just be perfect. Enjoy coloring it while enjoying the real food on the table.
14. Thanksgiving Fall Leaves
Here is another crossover image related to both fall and Thanksgiving. It is rather simple, so it is easy to color. You can do it with the kids or older folks at home.
15. Thanksgiving Wreath
This Thanksgiving wreath is easy to color and the perfect design to paste into a card or hang on your wall.
16. Turkey with Cornucopia
Here is a rather difficult design that features a turkey carrying a cornucopia full of fruits and veggies. You might want to use a bunch of different colors to make it vibrant and lively.
17. Pumpkin & Spice
Here are some pumpkins and spices in a cornucopia full of wheat and flowers. Thanksgiving is a day to be grateful for an abundant harvest.
18. Thanksgiving Card
Card-making is fun activity you can do alongside coloring. With all your family members at home, why not try coloring and answering this sheet to see what everyone is thankful for.
19. Joyous Feast
Here is another harvest image you can color while waiting for Thanksgiving dinner. It might seem easy at first, but it gets a bit challenging once you start coloring it.
20. Thank You, God!
Here we have a quote surrounded by a harvest wreath, the perfect coloring sheet to share with your friends and family members. Thanksgiving is not just a day to be thankful for the food on your table, but also a day to acknowledge the strong relationships you have with your loved ones.
21. Intricate Turkey Mandala
This turkey mandala from Just Color is probably going to keep you busy until dinner time. If you are done with your chores and all the cooking, then you might as well spend your time coloring this intricate design.
22. Pumpkin Coloring
Here is a pumpkin image from Crayola that you can print straight from the website. Just click the blue “print now” button and a pop-up will appear, leading you to the print settings.
23. Another Turkey Mandala
This coloring sheet is not free to download, but it doesn’t cost too much. If you subscribe to the site’s membership plan, you can get this drawing and many others, while also helping parents, teachers, and kids across the United States and Canada.
24. Pumpkin Mandala
Pumpkins are perfect for harvest and Thanksgiving celebrations. This pumpkin mandala is recommended for adults and older kids who can color intricate designs.
25. Thanksgiving Wreath
Coloring the wreath takes some focus, making it great for adults who want to destress and relax.
26. Grateful, Thankful, Blessed
Thanksgiving Day is a day to be grateful for all of the blessings that have been showered upon us. Life is happier if we remember and appreciate all the things that God has given us.
27. Easy Thanksgiving Doodle
For those who like less complicated doodles, this coloring sheet is a great option. It is nice for older kids as well, since it is a little challenging but not overly hard.
28. Grateful, Thankful, Blessed in Circular Mandala
This is another version of the “Grateful, Thankful, Blessed” coloring page, but in a circular mandala design. There are a number of versions of this quote on the Internet. You can check them out if you do a quick search.
29. Turkey Foliage
Turkeys are native to North America and symbolize prosperity. Some historians even believe that turkeys are a more suitable national bird than the bald eagle since they have long been used during Thanksgiving. The holiday is simply not complete without a turkey.
30. Harvest Season
We celebrate Thanksgiving because we are grateful for the year’s harvest. This coloring page is perfect for sharing with your friends and family on Thanksgiving.
31. Turkey with Pumpkins on the Head
It is very easy to download coloring pages from this site. Just click the green “download” button and it will automatically download the file. You can also print the page directly or pin it on your online platforms, such as Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest. Have fun coloring this silly turkey with pumpkins on its head!
32. Thanksgiving Square Doodle
Yet another intricate design, this Thanksgiving doodle was hand-drawn by artist Olga Kostenko. You can download it for free from the site, but make sure to give credit to the artist who put all her hard work into it.
33. The First Thanksgiving
The very first Thanksgiving is considered to have been celebrated in 1621 after the Pilgrims acquired their first harvest in the New World. This is a good opportunity for your kids to learn, so why not take this chance to color with them while discussing history.
34. Fall Blessings
Don’t be deceived by this coloring sheet. It may look simple, but it is actually pretty challenging. The drawing is carefully designed to make it more stimulating.
35. Fall Harvest
This hand-drawn coloring page from Coloring Pages 101 gives off an old-school, countryside vibe. Imagine spending Thanksgiving in the community where you grew up, free from city hassles and pollution.
36. Be Thankful for All the Blessings
This is something that we all need to remember. In life, even if we face thousands of failures and difficulties, there is always something to be thankful for. You may not see it right now because you are overwhelmed by your problems, but soon you will realize how glorious it is to live, love, and be loved.
37. Happy Thanksgiving, Y’all!
Last but definitely not least, this Happy Thanksgiving coloring page makes a great greeting card for your friends and family members.
38. Say Hello to Autumn!
Thanksgiving signals autumn, so say hello to this beautiful season with these coloring pages from A Country Girl’s Life. There is a wide variety to choose from and we’re pretty sure you will have a great time coloring every inch of these pages.
We know we’ve been sharing non-stop food images on this list, but you should know that November is a time to be joyful and festive. Check out this food design and satisfy yourself with some coloring before mealtime!
Have you ever wondered how mom prepares all that great food on Thanksgiving Day? Have you ever thanked her for making the day extra special? This is your chance to show how much you appreciate her. Print this page, color it, and give it to her as a gift.
Who else is here for the pie? Thanksgiving Day isn’t complete without it! It might be fun to print and color this page, then show it to the family during Thanksgiving dinner. You are sure to get a few laughs.
This intricate design looks like so much fun to color. We hope you enjoy it as much as we did!
Here’s one for those who want even more detail. Coloring it will take some work, but it’s a great way to work off some stress or rest your body after stuffing yourself at Thanksgiving dinner!
If you don’t feel like coloring a turkey, you can color this pumpkin instead. It’s detailed enough for adults, but still approachable for older kids. You and your children can spend some time bonding over it after sharing a thankful dinner.
If you’re fond of doodles, this one might be fun to color. Tell everyone what you are thankful for, then spend the afternoon turning this doodle into a masterpiece!
Love mandalas? Try your hand at coloring this one. It has two of the most important elements of autumn and thanksgiving—an acorn and fall leaves. The seasons are changing and this is a perfect way to celebrate.
If you just want fall leaves, we got you covered. Color these different kinds of leaves and post them on your wall. They make great house decor!
48. A Disney Thanksgiving Feast
This festive scene is ready for a splash of color to bring the holiday warmth to life. Why not join Mickey, Minnie, and their friends as they gather around the Thanksgiving table?
49. Cornucopia of Thanks
Celebrate the season’s bounty with this richly detailed cornucopia overflowing with the harvest’s finest produce. Add autumn hues to this “Happy Thanksgiving” greeting and create a masterpiece of gratitude.
Surrounded by paisley patterns, this simple yet poignant “Thanks” embodies the heart of the holiday. Bring this mandala of appreciation to life with colors that reflect your own Thanksgiving spirit.
This coloring page carries a heartfelt message adorned with Pilgrim hats and autumn leaves. It’s a beautiful reminder of the season’s essence, waiting to be filled with warm gratitude colors.
This coloring page is overflowing with smiling pumpkins, cheerful flowers, and bountiful grains. It radiates the abundance and joy of the harvest season—a festive tribute to the holiday, perfect for sparking creativity and thankfulness in every stroke.
This serene coloring page featuring ripe pumpkins and a basket of apples embodies the simplicity and fullness of the fall harvest. It’s an invitation to celebrate the season’s natural bounty with your creative flair.
Intricate zentangle patterns transform these pumpkins into a mesmerizing display of artistic expression. This coloring page offers a meditative journey through the textures and shapes of fall’s harvest.
A single, realistic pumpkin, depicted with a classic touch, brings the essence of autumn to your fingertips. This image is perfect for those who find beauty in simplicity, ready to be brought to life with shades of the season.
This intricate scene of a cornucopia spilling over with fruits and nestled in lush foliage captures the spirit of abundance. It’s a detailed piece that invites a playful dance of color, celebrating the richness of the harvest.
The word “thankful” flows gracefully across this page, a simple yet powerful expression of the season’s sentiment. This coloring page invites you to fill its elegant curves with color, reflecting the palette of your thankfulness.
Final Thoughts on Thanksgiving Coloring Pages
Thanksgiving is a day to relax, unwind, and be thankful for the things that have been given to you. It is a special day when you can spend time with the ones you love in the comfort of your home.
We hope that the Thanksgiving coloring pages we shared above were able to inspire you as you plan your Thanksgiving celebration. Be merry and live your life in gratitude. Happy Thanksgiving!
And if you're looking for more resources on adult coloring pages, be sure to check out these blog posts:
- 27 Butterfly Coloring Pages for Adults
- 51 Unique Quote Coloring Pages for Adults
- 48 Printable Heart Coloring Pages for Adults
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