We herein demonstrate an efficient and simple dip-coating approach for fabricating MXene/cellulose composites papers with electric heating performance. For the purpose, cellulose papers were dipped in aqueous colloidal solutions of the MXene, Ti3C2Tx. The morphological features and microstructure of MXene/cellulose composite papers were characterized by using electron microscopy and Raman spectroscopy. The thermal stability was measured by using TGA. The electrical property and electric heating performance were examined by using electrical conductivity meter and infrared camera. The relationship between the number of dip-coating cycle and the electrical properties of the MXene/cellulose papers were systematically analyzed, which supports that MXene/cellulose composite papers can be utilized in advanced application sectors, such as electric heating, ESD dissipation, and EMI shielding for wearable electronics.