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14 Printable Toy Story Coloring Pages

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Toy Story is up there as one of my favorite Disney films. Heck, I’d go as far as to say it is one of my favorite films, period. 

The idea that your toys could come to life when you’re not around makes for a spellbinding story that sends kids’ imaginations running wild. Couple that with a whole host of loveable characters, and it’s easy to understand why this franchise has withstood the test of time, with fans always eager for more. 

For many Toy Story fans like myself, it all began back in the 90’s. Growing up alongside Andy, sharing the same double-sided duvet covers emblazoned with Woody and Buzz and a toy box filled with some of the most iconic characters of the 90s like Mr Potato Head, (T-)Rex’s and a squadron of plastic soldiers.

Over a decade later, Pixar treated us all to a third installment of the franchise. And while the toys remained the same, albeit a tad dusty, Andy was all grown up. While heartbreaking in moments, this adventure through the not-so Sunnyside playschool led Woody and the gang to Bonnie, and the start of a new generation of films for fans to enjoy.     

From across all four Toy Story films, we’ve picked some of our favorite characters and most memorable moments to turn into fun-filled coloring pages. They all come logo-free and in high resolution, so all you have to do is sharpen those pencils, hit print and let the coloring commence.

Don’t forget to share your kid’s Disney-inspired artwork with us once they’re complete and feel free to send over any suggestions for scenes you’d like us to recreate next.

1. Buzz Lightyear

Starting off with everyone’s favorite Space Ranger from Star Command, it’s Buzz Lightyear. Help Buzz by coloring his iconic green and purple space suit to help him fight the evil Emperor Zurg.

1 Buzz Lightyear Toy Story Coloring Page

🤓 Fun fact: The character of Buzz Lightyear was a homage to the second person to ever walk on the moon, Buzz Aldrin, in the famous Apollo 11 mission. Maybe one day, NASA will launch a mission to infinity and beyond…

2. Woody

There’s only room on this coloring page for one Sheriff. Played by the amazing Tom Hanks, Woody has grown up with us all, since the first Toy Story film nearly 30 years ago. Loyal till the end, Woody makes sure no toy is left behind, but watch out, I heard he’s got a snake in his boot.

2 Woody Toy Story Coloring Page

3. Bonnie and Forky

Here’s Bonnie playing with Forky. More than just trash, Forky shows us that anything can be a toy, even a spork with pipe cleaners for arms. Have as much fun coloring this in as Bonnie does playing with Forky

3 Bonnie Toy Story Coloring Page

4. Bullseye and Jessie

Giddy up and color in Jessie and Bullseye as they saddle up for the next big adventure. Maybe even give yodeling a try as you do it. Yodelayheehoo!

4 Bullseye Toy Story Coloring Page

5. Stinky Pete, the Prospector

He might look friendly here, but behind that pickaxe is a greedy bitter old prospector. But who can blame him, trapped in a box all his life? It just goes to show that toys are meant to be played with, and colored in.

5 Prospector Toy Story Coloring Page

6. Mr and Mrs Potato Head

A family photo of the wise-cracking Mr. Potato Head and his better half Mrs, Potato Head with one of their strange, green alien children. Just remember to put on your good eyes to help you color inside the lines.

6 Mr Mrs Potato Head Toy Story Coloring Page

7. Andy and Woody

Color in what is one of the most emotional moments in all cinema history, when it’s time for Andy to go off to college and leave his old toys behind. Try not to cry, or you might smudge the ink.

7 Andy Toy Story Coloring Page

8. Woody and Duke Caboom

Duke Caboom is my personal favorite toy from Toy Story 4. But unlike his real-life daredevil Evel Knievel, Duke Caboom the toy couldn’t even flip a pancake. But now you can color in this Canadian icon.

8 Duke Caboom Toy Story Coloring Page

9. Jessie

Howdy, partner! A detailed coloring page of the red-haired cowgirl rag doll, Jessie. Jessie is brave and always ready for new adventures, and there’s a part of her that is always sad after her owner grew up and left her in a box. 

9 Jessie Toy Story Coloring Page

10. Gabby Gabby

Here’s Gabby Gabby, and her creepy mates, the Bensons, silent ventriloquist dummies who just want to help her get her voice box back. Not as mean as they seem on the surface, give them a splash of color to lighten them up.

10 Gabby Gabby Toy Story Coloring Page

11. Sid and Buzz Lightyear

Buzz protecting one of the Green Army men from the cruel, twisted Sid. Whilst Sid was pretty vicious, he doesn’t get enough credit for his creativity

11 Sid Toy Story Coloring Page

12. Wheezy and the Barbies

Now it’s time for our favorite pop band, Wheezy and the Barbies. Performing ‘You got a friend in me’ written by the brilliant Randy Newman, performed by Robert Goulet as Wheezy. 

12 Wheezy Toy Story Coloring Page

13. Zurg and Buzz Lightyear

A great easter egg for any Star Wars fans is the moment when Buzz confronts Zurg in the first Toy Story, and they recreate the classic scene with Darth Vader and Luke Skywalker from The Empire Strikes Back (1980).

14 Zorg Toy Story Coloring Page

14. Lotso

He may be a strawberry-scented bear designed to be hugged, but he behaves like a vicious mob boss, running the daycare like a prison warden. He gets his just desserts, after he pulls himself out of the dump, he ends up zip-tied to the front of a garbage truck.

15 Lotso Toy Story Coloring Page

Did We Miss Any Iconic Toy Story Characters?

Toy Story has had so many iconic characters and scenes since its initial release in 1995. So if you have any more Toy Story scenes, or characters you want to see in coloring page form, don’t hesitate to get in touch. I promise we will deliver.

💡Tip: If the little one you’re downloading these coloring pages for is a fan of other Disney movies, you might want to check out our collection of free printable Disney coloring pages to see if you find any other characters they would love coloring in.

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