Free Printable Disney Princess Coloring pages, Greeting Cards and Party Supplies

 Disney's princesses, Ariel the Little Mermaid, Cinderella, Snow White, Sleeping Beauty, Mulan, Jasmine, Merida from Brave, Pocahontas Tiana, Princesses Elsa and Anna from Frozen and now Moana (coming 2016) have been children's favorites for generations. Here are free printable Disney princess craft activities, greeting cards and party supplies.

Would you like to design a complete Disney themed holiday or birthday party right from your home computer? Here's how.
First, you'll need free printable Disney greeting cards, stationary and decorations. You can get those here are Disney-Stationary (the spelling of stationery is wrong but the links to free printables are great!) Here are free Disney printables. And here are free printable Disney coloring pages to use for children's birthday party decorations, invitations, greeting cards and party favors. 

Kids can color their own birthday party decorations for value-added birthday party crafts. You could even use free printable Disney coloring pages and clipart to make cups, napkins and children's birthday party plates. Click that link to Coloring Book Info and type in the Disney cartoon characters you want. Print coloring pages. Buy plain white plates and trace images on them. Have children color with non-toxic markers. Or tape clipart to plate. Use free printable Disney coloring pages for banners, placemats, place cards, greeting cards, loot bags and children's birthday party crafts.

These are just a few of the many Disney characters you can choose from: Princess and the Frog, Cars, Chronicles of Narnia, Beauty and the Beast, Bambi, Monsters Inc., Tinker Bell, Disney Fairies, Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Minnie Mouse, Disney Villains, Lady and The Tramp, The Incredibles, Winnie the Pooh, Snow White, Dumbo, Beauty and the Beast, Little Mermaid, The Incredibles, Wall-E, Cinderella, The Doodlebugs, Aristocats, Alice in Wonderland, Aladdin and Jasmine, Tigger, The Good Dinosaur, Frozen, Star Wars VII The Force Awakens and more.

Using your document creator tool (MS Word, WordPerfect, or even wordpad), look for templates for the kinds of projects you want to make: invitations, posters, greeting cards, thank you notes, place cards, placemats, etc. If you don't have a template for something, you can check the website of your document product. They often have free downloads for project templates. Select the "add graphics" feature. This will allow you to add images to your project. If you have downloaded the corresponding font, select that font from tools to compose the text you want. Print on draft and black and white to make coloring pages.
Make goody bags by printing the image in the middle of a regular sheet of paper. Fold the bottom of the paper up one half an inch. Fold the sides in to meet in the middle and just over lap. Tape the bottom and middle seam shut, and you have a bag! Trim the top with fancy scissors if you like. For a free printable banner, print full sized images and hang them from a string across the door, ceiling or table (like flags or pennants). Make any coloring pages in greeting cards by folding in half and writing 

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