Vampire Colouring Page - Line Art Vampire Craft

Running dry on activities to keep the kids busy and having fun during rainy fall afternoons? Don't stress! This spookily adorable Vampire Colouring Page is a total win-win. Kids will love spending time drawing lines and colouring this cute vampire and moms and dads will enjoy some quiet time!

vampire colouring page

As the weather is starting to cool down a little bit, and the leaves are changing colours, we though it was a fun idea to use the new season as inspiration for a cute and cozy craft to do with the little ones indoors. 
We decided to make it even more irresistible by mixing in some Halloween fun and line study!

This line art activity is a fantastic technique to explore with little ones developing their fine motor skills who need to start strengthening their pencil control. 

Looking for more Halloween coloring pages? Check out these Halloween Coloring Pages for Kids and this adorable Spider Coloring Page, Pumpkin Colouring Page and Bat Colouring Page!

You may also like our Day Of The Dead Coloring Page.

Scroll down for your printable free vampire colouring page.

free printable vampire colouring page

Vampire Colouring Page - Line Study

Vampire colouring page - Supplies:

  • Construction Paper (or cardstock)
  • Fine Tip Black Marker
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Crayons, Markers or Coloured Pencils

Vampire colouring page - Instructions:

STEP 1: Download & Print.

The first thing you need to do to start this vampire craft is to grab our free printable vampire template!
Then, print it out and get all your supplies ready.

STEP 2: Start the fun!

Take the vampire template and invite your child to draw lines in each section of the template. You can help them practice different pattern or lines, start with the basics and build from there.

It's always a good idea to keep an eye on where your little one draws the lines. They should be within each designated area but don't emphasise this too much. It has to be a fun activity, after all!

You can of course miss out drawing the lines, and play around with using different colours in the sectioned of areas instead. 

vampire line study

STEP 3: Leave certain areas white.

On this vampire template, there're some white areas like the eyes, fangs, and the shirt. Leave them empty of any lines.

vampire line art

STEP 4: Start to colour it!

Once your line portion of this activity is complete, it's all about colour. Using flesh-toned crayons or pencil or even paint, add colour to the vampires' skin. 

Halloween vampire colouring page

You can use any other colours for his cape, bowtie, and the background, but we recommend using bold colours, it looks terrific! Hint hint: Remember to keep the white areas clean from the colouring part to make them stand out.

STEP 6: Finishing touches.

Once completed you may want to display your vampire colouring page for all to see! Cut any excess border off the vampire template and using glue, attach it onto a piece of black construction paper or cardstock.

Halloween colouring pages for kids - vampire

This line art activity is a fantastic technique to explore with little ones developing their fine motor skills and exploring the use of line. And once they're complete, your kids can use this fun line art as Halloween cards or decorations! We hope you enjoy!

Scroll down for your free vampire colouring page or take a look at our full collection of line art colouring pages

Halloween line art colouring pages for kids


To download this Vampire Template for free click on the link below and use the discount code:vampire. For personal or classroom use only. Not for redistribution. All images are copyrighted. Thank you.

free vampire colouring page

Have fun with your Vampire colouring page creating your own fun line art! 

Vampire colouring page. Halloween line study for kids. Easy line art vampire craft.

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