Trolls Coloring Pages
Trolls Coloring Pages
Get ready to embark on a colorful and musical adventure with the Trolls and their delightful characters! We have prepared a fantastic collection of printable coloring pages featuring Poppy, Branch, Tiny Diamond, Mr. Dinkles, King Peppy, Guy Diamond, Fuzzbert, Funko, DJ Suki, Creek, and more.
Let your imagination run wild as you bring these vibrant characters to life. From Poppy’s radiant pink hair to Branch’s cool blue tones, each page is filled with endless possibilities for creative expression. Dive into the magical world of the Trolls and explore their whimsical world through coloring.
These high-quality, downloadable, and printable coloring pages are perfect for engaging children in hours of fun and creativity. Whether you want to add your own twist to the characters or recreate memorable scenes, these pages will captivate kids of all ages.
Get ready to join the Trolls on an artistic journey filled with joy, music, and endless imagination. Download and print our captivating coloring pages and let the coloring adventure begin!
Free Printable Trolls Coloring Pages
“DreamWorks Trolls” is both the full title of the Trolls movie and the American franchise owned by DreamWorks Animation that the movie and its sequential media are part of. It is one of two “Troll Dolls” brands that DreamWorks owns, with “DreamWorks Trolls” being a derivative sub-franchise itself from the “Good Luck Trolls” and loosely based on the classic Troll Doll design. As a result, both brand names form part of DreamWorks’ overarching “Trolls” franchise.
DreamWorks took over the Dam Things trademark in 2010, which had existed since 1968, making it the oldest trademark DreamWorks currently owns, and the one to see the most use due to its registered first use being in 1959. However, “DreamWorks Trolls” was trademarked on February 12, 2013, marking the main starting date for the franchise’s existence as a movie series.
Despite the Trolls movie franchise being a modern iteration of the classic Troll Dolls design, they are kept are separate entities to Good Luck Trolls and the movie franchise is considered the current main focus of the overall Trolls franchise. All classic Troll references are kept as part of that part of the franchise, so are treated as a separate entity. Originally, when Dam Things approached companies in Hollywood, they had discovered there was a large interest in the franchise.