After celebrating International Women’s Day last week, I thought it would be fun to do a blog post spotlighting, you know, women! And what better way to recognize the occasion than with some lovely silhouettes based on some kick-butt Disney heroines? Check out the exquisite ladies featured in my newest installment of Disney Princess Silhouettes!
Can you tell who they all are? Here’s the answers in case you were wondering:
- Elena (of Avalor)
When it comes to this set of silhouettes, I think these ladies have some of the most fun hair accessories: from Moana, Giselle, and Lilo’s flowers to Wendy’s cute bow and Elena’s gorgeous crown, you just can’t go wrong! Adding detail and accessorizing is always the most fun part of the process, so you can tell I had a good time with these ones.
If you missed the first three parts to this series, you
should need to check them out (part one, part two, and part three)! And there’s plenty more Disney goodies where these came from—I’ve got fun Disney-themed games, character patch templates, die cut paper lanterns, and more. I may be a tad Disney-obsessed…but you knew that already.
If it’s villains you’re after, don’t worry, I’ve got some totally wicked villain silhouettes as well! So, if you want to pair these heroines with their villainous counterparts, there’s a good chance you can.
The download includes both printable and cut file (to use with a Cricut or Silhouette) versions of each of these lovely ladies, so you can take your pick! These Disney princess silhouettes make awesome decorations for kids bedrooms and parties, as well as fun gifts for Disney-lovers. One of the guys I work with printed some of these and framed them for his girlfriend’s birthday. She loved it, and still has them in her room today!
I hope you enjoy my latest Disney Princess Silhouettes! If you do, be sure to stay tuned, because I have even more more awesome Disney designs in the works!
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**Recently, I’ve seen an increased number of my designs being sold as digital downloads on websites like Etsy. This is NEVER okay. If you see someone selling any of my designs as digital downloads, please let me know.