DIY Princess Photo Props- Freebie Friday #9

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Don’t worry this week I didn’t forget you all for Freebie Friday!
Earlier this week I had a request to turn my princess prop designs into cuttable files for those who have access to a cutting machine. 

Many of you probably saw my DIY post on Tuesday ‘Wardrobe fit for a Princess
After receiving the request through my shop to turn my classic princesses into cut files I thought I’d test one out and add it to my baby girl’s dress up wardrobe.

Since even at 2 years old Elsa is her clear favorite (she knows all the words to ‘Let it Go!’) I thought I’d start there. And I know so many other girls love Elsa more then anything so that’s the freebie you all will be receiving today!
I’m just going to give you a quick walk through with some tips when making these props. 

First of course you will need to cut them out on your cutting machine or print the PDF if you don’t have one (this is included in the freebie as well. Download is below.)

If you want these props to be part of a dress up trunk I highly advise laminating them. Even if you are just using for a party it might be a good idea. 
If your prop assembled is larger then 8.5×11 then you will need to put two laminate sheets on each end and run it through that way. 

Bamboo stick are great for the handles and can be easily glued on and reinforced with a strip of paper glued over the top, like I did here. 

This week you will get the Snow Queen and Princess as your freebies!
If you love all the other princesses too you can of course pick them up in the shop as instant download! Only $8!

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