Free Disney Printables: As Colored By My Toddler

Lately all my 21-month old, “Pink”, wants to do is color. Markers, crayons, colored pencils, Sharpies. She’ll put whatever she can get her hands on to good use. (Just ask our couch.) A couple weeks ago, I decided to spice things up and give her something other than a blank canvas to work into a masterpiece. Here are some of her finer pieces, and the reasons I loved them. (Plus links so you can download the templates too, of course.)

  • An Artist in the Making

    An Artist in the Making

    Maybe it’s a girl thing (because my boys still have a questionable grip), but even the way she hold the crayon makes her seem like a natural.

  • Aurora in Autumn

    Aurora in Autumn

    Ok, it’s almost Spring, but my little girl already loves princesses, and this simple piece was one of her favorites.

    To download the printable template, click here.

  • Sweet Bambi

    Sweet Bambi

    Even without knowing the story, Pink sensed that this one needed some dramatic flair. She kept shouting, “Bunny! Bunny!”

    To download the printable template, click here.

  • Minimalist Lion King

    Minimalist Lion King

    Not a personal favorite of hers, it seems, but her brothers laughed when they saw the print out and talked about the movie.

    To download the printable template, click here.

  • Bibbidi Bobbidi Brilliant

    Bibbidi Bobbidi Brilliant

    See how she practically brought the Fairy Godmother’s wand to life with that dramatic stroke? I think we have a happily ever after with this piece.

    To download the printable template, click here.

  • Tigger-ific

    Tigger-ific

    I think we can all tell who Pink’s favorite character is here. She even chose orange for her bouncy buddy.

    To download the printable template, click here.

  • A Magical Touch

    A Magical Touch

    There’s no doubt Pink showed real enthusiasm for her fairy friends. The color palette, the broad strokes, and the fact that she wears her fairy tutu everyday makes me think this may have been her favorite.

    To download the printable template, click here.

  • Doc McChatty

    Doc McChatty

    Eyes, nose, mouth, hair, baby doll … this particular piece was a real conversation starter for my little artist. Her awareness of Doc’s features was fascinating to me.

    To download the printable template, click here.

  • You've Gotta a Friend in This One

    You’ve Gotta a Friend in This One

    There are no shortage of Toy Story images around our house, so this one made for a lot of chatter too. The boys were jealous that I let Pink color this one.

    To download the printable template, click here.

  • Flying Fun

    Flying Fun

    “Flying” is one of Pink’s favorite words, and activities. When she’s not coloring, she’s making her dolls fly. In the case of this printable, she could shout and make animal noises the whole time.

    To download the printable template, click here.

  • Pencil Perfect

    Pencil Perfect

    Though she had no idea, this online printable is featured in colored pencil. Sure, she went with a good old-fashioned #2, but it’s like she knew the delicate lines called for precision. Or not.

    To download the printable template, click here.

  • Sofia Smiles

    Sofia Smiles

    Pink loves Sofia and this printable was no exception. She pointed out her dress, necklace, and animals, smiling all along the way. (Which was about 4 minutes — a record.)

    To download the printable template, click here.

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