Scroll our downloadable and PDF printable Pumpkin coloring pages below.

An illustration of a ghost with a hat coming out of a pumpkin with crossed eyes.
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A smiling pumpkin man smiles as he waves his hand while he is joined by two ghosts on a graveyard, under the big full moon.
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A stack of 3 pumpkins wrapped in a ribbon with a large spider web on the background.
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A stylistic illustration of a carved pumpkin with a witch hat surrounded by a large spider web, a ribbon, a cauldron, and more spooky Halloween décor.
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An illustration of a stylized cat with a detailed hat sitting on top of a pumpkin with a mischievous grin.
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An illustration of a scary pumpkin man with a scythe in the middle of assorted Halloween decorations like bones, webs, and bats.
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A sweet cat with a hat is on a plump carved pumpkin surrounded by candy, stars, and various Halloween décor.
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A fun Halloween illustration of 11 carved pumpkins of various shapes and expressions.
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An illustration of 5 various pumpkins just chilling under the sun.
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An illustration of a mom and a child, each holding a pumpkin over various types of produce.
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An illustration of four wild pumpkins emerging from a leafy patch.
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An illustration of 5 pumpkins that belong to one type of family of pumpkins.
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An illustration of a pumpkin in art nouveau style that looks a bit like Cinderella’s pre-pumpkin carriage.
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An illustration of two differently sized carved pumpkins on a field surrounded by wild canes and flowers.
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An illustration of multiple sets of stacked pumpkins next to a barn.
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An illustration of a girl placing pumpkins inside a crate on a sunny day.
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A pumpkin man with a pilgrim’s hat enjoys the falling autumn leaves and Halloween decoration.
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A stylistic long lash pumpkin looks up at a surprised spider and a bat amidst the starry night sky.
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A cool illustration of 4 carved pumpkins stacked together with the top one wearing a witch’s hat as it looks up the night sky filled with bats, ghosts, stars, and the moon.
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A cool illustration of zombie rabbits and an angry pumpkin creature holding a sickle.
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An illustration of a pumpkin pail bursting with candy and other Halloween treats.
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Six pumpkins that vary in size and facial expressions are lined up in two columns and three rows.
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A pyramid of carved pumpkins with assorted expressions, ready for Halloween.
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An illustration of a long-haired girl and a boy with glasses working together to carry a giant pumpkin over a patch of large pumpkins.
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An illustration of five healthy pumpkins growing beside each other.
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A shooting star falls towards a bunch of normal pumpkins which is beside a single crazy looking pumpkin on the side.
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An illustration of a boy with a straw hat daydreaming on top of a mountain of nice pumpkins.
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Charlie and Sally brown are out on a full moon, joyfully exploring a field full of pumpkins lit by the starry skies.
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Illustration of a happy scarecrow standing above a patch of pumpkins on a starry night as ghosts and bats fly about.
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Illustration of pumpkins arranged on top of and beside bundles of hay, as an assortment of leaves falls down.
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If you’ve been wondering what’s great about coloring pumpkins, you’re not alone. The great news about trying out these pumpkin coloring pages is that you’ll get to learn so much more than you thought you knew about them. Since fall is the season for pumpkins, and Halloween marks their evident use, you should see them everywhere around this time. So, why not use this moment to learn a thing or two about these widely known fruits? While orange is the most common pumpkin color, you’ll be amazed to find that there are several colors with their meanings. Before you pick up your coloring pens, you should read on to find out what each color means. 

1. Orange

If you think of a traditional pumpkin, you can’t help but picture a patch of orange ones lying on the ground. This is what you generally get if you’re trying to find one that your kids can carve around Halloween. Even when you imagine a pumpkin pie, the first color that comes to mind is orange. What orange color means for your pumpkin is that it’s thoroughly ripe, and you can even pick it from the vine. 

2. Green

There are different shades of green that your pumpkin takes. Some are a light shade of green while others are a darker shade. If you see one that’s still green though, you should let it be. It still needs to ripen. In fact, if it has a dark green hue, it means that it’s nearly ready to turn orange, and it’ll be picked in no time. 

3. Red

Do you remember the pumpkin that Cinderella used to get to her Prince’s ball? It was a red pumpkin. You’d be amazed to know that a red pumpkin exists in real-life. According to sources, the artist who created Cinderella’s pumpkin was inspired by this exotic one. They usually have a flat shape that makes it easy for you to stack other pumpkins on top of them. This is a great idea if you’re trying to enhance your display. You can make it colorful by adding different colors to it. 

4. Yellow

It’s quite common for you to come across yellow pumpkins at your grocery stores. The fun fact of this pumpkin is that it’s artificially colored. This means that they use a specific method to turn a green pumpkin yellow before it ripens. But this doesn’t mean that you can’t find naturally occurring yellow pumpkins. The thing is, there are giant pumpkins that are naturally grown and end up coming out yellow or even white. They can start off a white when they’re small and then end up yellow after a while. 

5. White

Coming across a white colored pumpkin is one of those very rare occasions. But it’s possible to find one. This variety of pumpkins is known for its properties to glisten when you put a candle inside it. If you can get your hands on one and carve it with your kids out on your front porch, you’ll see how heads will turn when the kids come by to trick or treat. 

6. Blue 

A blue pumpkin is generally associated with different meanings. In Australia, this is a naturally occurring type. They’re a great addition to decorating your home. In other instances, they can be a great way to show support for anyone who is dealing with autism. In most cases, if you come across a child with a blue colored pumpkin, you should assume that he or she is autistic. But, in other cases when this pumpkin is out on display during Halloween, it just means that your neighbor isn’t participating in any trick or treating.