Here are some free printable Disney-themed stationery pages! Great for sending “Mickey Mail” to your kids! My girls love it when Mickey leaves a little surprise in our resort room at Disney, or when they receive a letter from their favorite character at home. MAGICAL!
Click on each image to visit the download page. These files are hosted by Dropbox:
You will need Adobe Reader to open these PDF documents. You have a couple of options for use.
- If you are tech-savvy, use Acrobat Pro or any image-editing software to add your own text and flare. I use Photoshop, but I hear that GIMP is a great image editing program that’s FREE.
- If you are not tech-savvy, here is a simple hack for you … Download the PDF file and open in Adobe reader, then print out your stationery sheet first. Next feed the page back through your printer and use any word processing program to add text over top. You may need to fiddle with the margin settings in your word processor.
My favorite source for free fonts is DaFont.com.
A professional tip for fonts: Avoid highly stylized fonts for a letter. The ‘Walter’ and “Waltograph’ typefaces are beautiful and work great for signs and headers, but they aren’t easy to read for longer bodies of text, especially for kids. Choose a Cartoon or Comic book style instead, which will be bold and easy to read, but a bit more fun than plain text.
DISCLAIMER: These characters and graphics are owned by Disney. This stationery and artwork is free for PERSONAL USE ONLY. My Fantasy Bands LLC. is not in any way affiliated with The Walt Disney Company or Disney Enterprises, Inc.
Free printable artwork for your home or office! For best results, print on quality card stock or photo paper, or take the files to your local photo lab or print shop for professional results. I love coated matte photo papers for rich color display, a smooth velvety finish, and no glare. You can use any brand you’d like. My personal preference is Red River Paper.
These designs are free to download and print for PERSONAL USE ONLY. You may not redistribute or alter them in any way.
Files hosted by Dropbox, JPEG images sized to 8×10 at 300 dpi.