Animal Crossing Coloring Pages

Hello there! I hope that you’re having a wonderful day. If you’ve landed on this page, I bet you love Animal Crossing as much as I do! It’s probably one of my favorite video games, because of the cute characters and decorating your island. Today I’m sharing a handful of free printable¬†Animal Crossing Coloring Pages that are super detailed and really fun to color!

Animal Crossing Coloring Pages

Animal Crossing New Horizons is just so cute that I had to make these coloring pages! Designing your town, catching fish and bugs, and finding fossils for Blathers are my favorite ways to relax at the end of a long day. Games that let you create and design things are not only a good way to de-stress. They also require you to think, be creative, and problem solve. I’m all for anything that encourages you to use your brain!

You might also like our Pokemon coloring pages, too!

I included the basic house you get in the game, the adorable turnip seller Daisy Mae, and of course a KK Slider performance! We also have Mabel and Wilbur hanging out, Nook’s Cranny, and Tom Nook and Isabelle. I tried to include some of everyone’s favorite characters!

Just click on each image and you’ll be taken to the page to print them out! Regular printer paper is great for crayons or colored pencils. If you’re going to color with markers, use a thicker paper. If you like these pages and would like to see more Animal Crossing or have a request for other coloring pages, let us know! I’m very tempted to make pages of some of our favorite villagers like Candy, Gloria, Marshall, and Marina… they’re just so adorable!

I hope that you all love these printable coloring pages as much as I do. We’d love to see your finished artwork!

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Be sure to check out our Animal Crossing Pumpkin Carving Stencils and bookmark it for the future!

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