Quinceanera princessesClick on the text link to the free template below to enlarge and download it.

These three little princesses can serve quite a few purposes. You can use them all together on cupcakes for a little girl’s party or you can pair the one that looks like Cinderella with the Cinderella invitation from one of my other sites. Or you can choose the one that most looks like the birthday girl and use it for a Quinceanera celebration.

Let her know she’s pretty as a princess

Each princess has “Pretty as a princess” written in flowing script on her skirt. Cinderella has long flowing blonde hair and is dressed all in pink. The beautiful African American princess has her hair up in a sophisticated bun is in almond, green and purple with flowers at her waist and the brunette princess is also in pink, with a blue flower on her bodice. All are wearing princess crowns.

How to make these toppers

To make these, you’ll need sharp scissors to cut around the faint gray lines. (I use tiny manicure scissors with curved blades but you can use whatever works best for you.) This will leave a white border around each princess. If you prefer not to have the border, you can cut around the images themselves. I warn you, though, there will be a lot of tiny edges and curves to cut. That’s why I used the white borders: to keep you from cursing my name as you cut around little pieces of hair!

Once they’re cut, you can make toppers out of them by using a small vertical line of glue from the bottom to about halfway up the back. Then, just lay a toothpick or party pick (slightly larger than a toothpick) into the glue, make sure it’s straight up and down, and then let it dry. You can also decorate them with glitter glue, rhinestones and faux pearls. If you use glitter or glitter glue, though, make sure to use a coat of clear glue (I recommend Emer’s school glue) over the glitter, so it won’t fall onto the cupcakes.

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Credits: Thanks to Cherry Clipart for these beautiful princesses.

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