Last Updated on March 30, 2023 by Dee
Duck, duck, goose! If you’re looking for a duck template, I have created 3 free printables for you to use in your art and craft projects 🙂
These free duck printables are a great way to add a bit of fun to your work. Plus, they’re really easy to use – just print them out and start creating! Also, if you’re planning to hatch ducklings, consider investing in a reliable egg incubator.
So if you’re looking for new ideas, check out these free duck template printables. You’re sure to love them!
I create new templates, SVG’s, and other printables every week – so remember to bookmark Artsydee.com for more freebies:)
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3 Free Duck Template Printables
Simply print out the template of your choice, and then use it to create a stunning work of art. Whether you frame your finished piece or simply hang it on the wall, it will surely add a touch of magic to any room.
So why not give it a try? After all, there’s nothing like watching your clouds drift by.
3 Free Duck Templates
How do I download my printable duck template?
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How do I make my cute duck template the right size?
I have designed three different free printable ducks saved in JPG format in A4 size – so printing is easy! If you want a large or small duck template, just adjust your printer settings accordingly.
They may be printed on any printer, cut apart as desired, or used as a sketch for a watercolor painting by transferring them to watercolor paper.
If you want to print out a duck template on a larger A3 sheet, then make sure to ‘set to size’ on your printer settings.
7 Fun Facts for Kids about Ducks
- Ducks are highly social creatures, and they bond strongly with their flock.
- Ducks preen themselves regularly to keep their feathers waterproof.
- Ducks have webbed feet, which help them to swim.
- Ducks can both fly AND swim!
- Most ducks eat insects, aquatic plants, small fish, and other invertebrates.
- Ducks have waterproof feathers so that they can float on water.
- The average lifespan of a duck is between 12 and 20 years.
Now that you know a little bit more about ducks, why not try your hand at one of these free duck template printables? I’m sure you’ll have a quacktastic time!
What can you do with your free printable duck templates?
These duck templates can be used for so many different art activities and spring crafts! Here are just a few ideas to get you started…
Ideas for Duck Template Arts & Crafts
Farm animals Coloring Page or Duck Coloring Pages
Coloring pages are a great way to relax and unwind. And what could be more relaxing than coloring in some coloring pages with duck themes?
Whether a beginner or an experienced artist, these duck templates will provide hours of fun. Simply print out the template of your choice, and then get creative with your favorite colors.
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If you’re into art journaling, these duck templates are perfect. Use them to add a touch of quirkiness to your pages, or even create a whole spread dedicated to ducks!
Invitations and Greeting Cards
Need to make some super cute invitations or greeting cards? These duck templates are just what you need.
They can be easily customized to fit any occasion, and they’re sure to put a smile on the recipient’s face.
Use your duck templates to create some fun rubber ducky stickers. They’ll be perfect for decorating journals, scrapbooks, or even your laptop.
These duck templates can be used to create all sorts of decorations.
Cut them out and use them as wall art, for kid’s art projects or you could even make a mobile!
Easter activities for kids
You can use these duck templates for easter crafts for kids to decorate easter egg holders.
All you need to do is print out the template and then glue or tape it to a plastic easter egg.
Plus, using these templates in arts & crafts activities is a fun way to get your kids to use their fine motor skills and practice color recognition!
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Watercolor Brush Ducks!
Watercolor brush pens may be used to color your duck template. I use Tombow Watercolor Brush Pens, and they are ideal for coloring artwork in a professional manner. They are also so much fun!
This is a fun and easy brush pen project that is great for both children and adults!
Watercolor brush pens are fantastic for adding a watercolor vibe to artwork and … duck craft projects.
To help you out, I have put together these printable templates so that all you have to do is transfer the shape onto your watercolor paper and fill them in with your watercolor brush pens or watercolor paint to make your duck art 🙂
To try this out, you should transfer the template to watercolor paper. This is how…
How to Transfer the Duck outline to Watercolor Paper
Here are some quick steps to get your duck outline ready to use as a stencil for some duck art…
- Open your free printable duck PDF and select print.
- Choose the size you want to print from the drop-down menu.
- Print the stencil onto a mylar transparency sheet. (Alternatively, you may simply print the duck template on a standard piece of paper and then trace it onto a piece of plastic mylar)
- Carefully cut out the shape of your duck on a cutting mat.
- You can also simplify the cutting process by using a Cricut digital cutting machine. I love mine, and it has made art-making so much easier.
- Your stencil is now ready to use.
Duck Template Art & Craft Materials Needed:
…and anything else you can think of to make your duck project unique!
That’s all you need to get started with some duck crafting! So what are you waiting for?
I hope you enjoyed these three free duck template printables. Use them in your next art or craft project, and don’t forget to share your finished product with me on social media! I can’t wait to see what you create 🙂
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