The dashing Disney dudes are back! It’s time to match even more of your favorite Disney Princesses with their handsome counterparts, because my third installment of Disney Prince Silhouettes is here.
I’ve shared two other sets of handsome heroes so far, and I’m excited to finally be getting around to the third. In case you didn’t notice, these 6 cute guys find their mates in the lovely ladies of my third set of Disney Princess Silhouettes.
Can you tell who they all are? Here’s the answers in case you were wondering:
- The Prince (from Snow White)
- John Smith
If you’re looking at number 3 and wondering, “Just ‘The Prince?’ What the heck is his actual name?” The answer is much debated, but here’s the gist: he was unnamed when the animated Snow White and the Seven Dwarves came out, he occasionally goes by Prince Florian in Disney on Ice, and his name is David in the Once Upon a Time TV series. So, since he wasn’t given an official name in the movie and they don’t use anything other than “The Prince” in reference to him at Disney parks, that’s what I’m going with. Feel free to delve deeper into this topic if you are so inclined.
Even if you’re a hard core Disney fan, you might be stumped by Bert and Angus (the horse). When I sent my sister Maleena a sneak peak, even she was stumped by those two (literally the first time she’s ever missed one). Bert is from Mary Poppins, and Angus is Merida’s loyal steed from Brave!
The download includes both printable and cut file (to use with a Cricut or Silhouette) versions of each of these dashing dudes, so you can take your pick! These Disney prince silhouettes make awesome decorations for kids bedrooms and parties, as well as fun gifts for Disney-lovers.
Be sure to check out all the Disney goodies available on my site, including lots more lovely silhouettes!
Enjoy putting these fun Disney Prince Silhouettes to use! Who are you most excited about from this set?
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