One of the best ways to make homemade Disney princess birthday party invitations is to create them on your computer. You can use print software or photo editing software to create your unique homemade birthday party invitations using free Disney clipart or photos that you can find online. To get started, create an 8 1/2 inch high by 11 inch wide document in your software program, then create a vertical line down the center. Reserve the right side for clip art or a photo and a greeting. Create a separate identical document for the inside of the card. On the right side, type the details for your party, such as the date, time, place and RSVP information. You can print your birthday party invitations on high-quality printer paper to save money, but for best results, you should use heavy duty card stock.
If you have Flash Player installed, you can print free princess coloring pages directly from Disney’s website. You can also create a PDF file from the coloring pages to create your own unique Disney princess birthday party invitation design. The Disney princess coloring pages include Princess Tiana from “Princess and the Frog,” Princess Aurora from “Sleeping Beauty,” Belle from “Beauty and the Beast,” Ariel from “The Little Mermaid,” Jasmine from “Aladdin,” and Snow White. Use the free Cute PDF Writer to print the Disney princess image files to a PDF file. You can color the pictures in using certain print software or photo editing software programs such as Paint Shop Pro and GIMP. If you prefer, you can leave the pictures blank so you can color them by hand with the kids. Resize the picture so that it fits in your card design. Using your software’s text tool, you can also add any text you like, such as “You’re Invited to a Birthday Party!” If you keep the PDF format, you can use Adobe Reader to print out your finished birthday party invitation.
You can also use the free “Greeting Card Maker” on the Disney website to create your Disney princess birthday party invitations. Choose the Disney princess picture you’d like to use, then select whether you’d like the image in black and white or in color. Black and white is a good choice if you want to change the colors in the image or color it by hand. Select “None” as a greeting. Use Cute PDF writer to print the file to a PDF file. Then color the Disney princess picture if you’ve chosen black and white, and add your birthday greeting at the bottom.
You can also find Disney princess clip art for your birthday party invitations on Disney-Clipart.com. Their Disney princess clipart includes full-color images of Cinderella, “Beauty and the Beast,” Ariel from “The Little Mermaid,” “The Princess and the Frog,” Princess Jasmine from “Aladdin” and Snow White. You can see even more clipart pictures by clicking on the “Princesses” category. Click on the princess clipart you’d like to use in your birthday party invitations, then click “Save Picture As.” Open the clipart in software, then add any text you want to include.
For more ideas on making homemade birthday party invitations, read Homemade Birthday Invitations for Kids’ Parties and The Best Free Printable Birthday Party Invitations Online. You can also find plenty of birthday party planning ideas by reading Birthday Party Theme Ideas for Girls and Birthday Party Theme Ideas for Boys.