Disney Princess Wall Art – FREE DOWNLOAD!

Out of all of the projects I have done with my Silhouette, this Princess project has to be one of my favorites!

A while back I saw something similar pinned on Pinterest from this Etsy shop. Now, I’m not one to go out and spend money on something that I can easily make at home. At the time I didn’t have my machine yet, but I knew I’d have it soon so I re-pinned it until I had the opportunity to make it. I re-created my own version of this adorable art, and I’m going to share my files with my readers! As always, these files were made by me and are original, please use them for personal use ONLY.

Tinkerbell – Download

Belle – Download

Cinderella – Download

Ariel – Download

Disney Castle – Download

42 thoughts on “Disney Princess Wall Art – FREE DOWNLOAD!

  1. Hi, how would I save a studio file ? Or open it ? I tried downloading this file but my computer does not have the program to open it. Thank you.

    • You need the Silhouette Studio program to open the file because it’s designed to be cut by the Silhouette cameo. You can always download the Silhouette Studio program for free at their website so that you can view the files you’ve downloaded.

  2. Thank you so much for these! I found you through Pinterest after a lot of other searching on the internet for these silhouettes. I’m planning to make a similar grouping for my daughter’s bedroom.

  3. I have just found your site and want to say “Thank You” for the lovely free downloads. I really appreciate your hard work.
    Thanks again

  4. I am wanting to make this for my daughter’s shower on Saturday. Unfortunately I do not have a silhouette machine. Thank you so much in your free applications.

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  7. I blog quite often and I seriously thank you for your
    information. This great article has truly peaked my interest.

    I’m going to take a note of your website and keep checking for new details about once a week. I opted in for your RSS feed as well.

  8. By the way – I help Oh My Crafts! (online craft company) with their social media and I pinned this and posted it on our FB page. Hope it brings a lot of supporters your way! Thanks for the great project idea! I wish my 9-yr old daughter was back in her princess phase. . . this would be so cool to cut out together and create. She would love it!

  9. Can you tell me how to download? I have Silhouette Studio, but when I click on the link it directs me to a Google docs page. I’m a rookie. 🙂
    Love the images!

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  11. Can you help me out? I have studio, and I have downloaded the files and when I open them, they are blank. I can’t figure this out. Do you know what I’m doing wrong?

  12. This is just perfect for my granddaughter’s bedroom. Her colors are light lavender and pale green. Hard to match a lot with. I will make the pale lavender background and it will be perfect. Thanks so much!!

  13. This is great! I was wondering if you can also do the rest of the disney princesses silhouettes. I’m a little technology challenged and can’t figure out how to do this on the program…

  14. This is so cute!! I downloaded and started on the castle right away. But how tedious the little pixie dust specs are! They absolutely make the picture but I can tell it’s gonna take me a while. Great job on yours!

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  16. Love these! I was wondering what settings you set your Cameo on to be able to cut out the stars above the castle? And did you use vinyl? Cardstock?

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  18. I love these =) Did you make yours with cardstock or vinyl? The castle looks a little intimidating as far as weeding goes. Any tips or tricks you could share?

  19. Hi Katy super excited about these for my little girls room however I am unable to fill the castle, little Mermaid & Cinderella with colour I can fill the background in but not the picture itself any tips?
    Many Thanks. Dana.

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