Freebie Friday

Freebie Friday #19: Disney Princess Coloring Pages

Alright, here we go.  Freebie Friday on a Monday!  OO-RAH.

(I don’t know why I feel the need to make this weird, that’s just who I am, I suppose.)

Disney Princess Coloring Pages

Tell me if I’m alone on this, but I love coloring.  It’s like, I can get my art fix with the lowest commitment necessary.  Crayons, coloring book, bam–I arted.

The internet, alongside Photoshop, has made that even easier, all I need is my desktop computer, some Googling, copy-paste, and I’m on my way to Color Town.  I especially enjoy coloring Disney Princesses (what can I say, I’m a diehard), nothing brightens my day like scribbling alongside Aurora, Tiana, Jasmine, and the gang.  Ahh, mah ladies.

I am super into their modernized styling.  SO CUTE.

However, when it comes to the Disney Princess entourage, the one thing that I always end up running into is the fact that no matter what source I use–paper or digital–they’re all basically the exact same coloring pages recycled, over and over again.  There are even those certain princesses–Pocahontas, for example–that I swear only have maybe two coloring page designs that are actually usable online.  Even worse, when I finally do find a design I haven’t seen before, it’s some low bit, 72 DPI photo that’s basically a thumbnail.  DARN IT.

Sometimes, though, I find a design that’s different, AND not-too-shabby quality and–thanks to the Adobe suite–I’m able to convert into a better quality and larger sized page for coloring.  Today, I’m going to share a few of them with you, so that you can get your DP-coloring on, and hopefully with some designs that you haven’t seen before.  Or, even if you’ve seen them before, here they are in high quality and without any sort of watermark.  Oo-rah.

They’re all sized for 8.5×11 paper, so just click the image you’re looking for and you should be able to right click and hit print–easy peasy.  Even better, these are all at 300 DPI, so they’re perfect to download and color digitally for your own high-quality coloring experience!

And, dude, we want to see your work!  No, not math class show-your-work.  Download and color one of these beauties and share with us your coloring masterpiece on our Facebook or post and tag us on Instagram, yo.  My attempt is the header image above, and I can imagine that you wonderful people have WAY better skills to share.

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