Princess cut files & digis

Hi Guys!

I have something for the little Ladies in your life today, I do hope they will like them. For those of you with a digital cutting machine you have a Princess shaped card along with 4 different dress options and for those of you who don’t I have made digi versions of the princess wearing each dress for you to colour or paper piece :)

My niece loves all things Princess and this is the card I made for her this year. I couldn’t decide which dress to use so I opted for all 4 then I just had to find a way to make it work. I had the paper dolls in mind that I used to have when I was little but remembered that the little tags didn’t always hold very well so I dug around on my craft desk and found some binder rings, got to love those ‘aha’ moments!

Shaped Card: I cut my card base in white, I cut the skin colour layer and added small coloured pieces of paper behind the face spaces then attached it to my card base. I cut the hair pieces in a pale yellow the added some tiny gems to the hair to make a tiara and some more to the neck for a necklace. I picked the strapless dress to be the permanently attached layer and gave it an underwear feel by cutting it in plain card and simply decorated with lace. I punched some holes on the left side of the skirt and added some eyelets making sure to add the eyelets to the front and back separately (using 4 eyelets) else the card won’t open properly. I placed my card base over each dress in turn and marked the holes to ensure the eyelets all lined up.



Pink Dress: I cut the dress layers in some shimmery pink card stock. I created 2 ruffles by stitching along one edge of some narrow pink ribbon and gathering up, I glued them along the neckline of the dress top and tucked them behind to create a neat edge. If you would like to recreate my flip card idea remember to cut a spare dress layer to attach to the back of each dress to hide the ribbon edges and to ensure that the front and back both have the same pattern/shine.


Blue Dress: I cut all of the dress layers (along with an extra of the large layer for the back) in a shimmery blue card stock. I covered the 2 small skirt pieces and the piece by the neck in lace and added some little ribbon bows to the middle of each.


White Dress: I cut all of the dress layers in a shimmery white card stock (plus an extra for the back). I cut the dress shape again in a patterned vellum and attached to the white dress where I knew the top layers would be so the glue wouldn’t show through. I added some ruffled lace under the edges of the skirt layers and attached to the dress. I needed to add some 3d foam pads behind the top pieces as the lace had added some height to the skirt sections.


Here’s how the card looks with all of the dresses added to the rings so that they may be flipped over like a mini album.


Here is your cut file – formats included are ai, dxf, gsd, pdf, studio & svg:

(click on the link below the image to download)


Princess Digital Cutting File by Bird

Here are your digis:

(click on the images to expand before you save to your computer)





35 thoughts on “Princess cut files & digis

  1. Sandra

    Thank you so much! Had my first daughter a year ago after 4 sons so I don’t have any girly stuff around! This is gorgeous. Thanks for sharing.

  2. snowbird

    WOW you are amazing,they are fantastic!!! Thank you so much for sharing,that it so generous of you!!
    It will be perfect on Operation Write Home cards.
    I appreciate you being so kind and sharing with us.
    Bless you, your time, hard work and your amazing talent.
    Keep up the fabulous work.sending hugs of comfort across the miles

    1. Bird Post author

      I just checked it out and it’s weird, if you click on the picture towards the top of the image it does give you the option to save but if you click on the lower half of the image it doesn’t.
      Thanks for letting me know about that so go clicky clicky nearer the top :)

  3. Donna English

    Thank you for the cute cut files and digi princesses. These are really cute!

  4. Sandi

    How beautiful for a little girl. I don’t usually download anything for children as I only have one little one in our family, but couldn’t resist this one. Thank you so much. She will love it.

  5. Christine

    This reminds me so much of a birthday cake I once made for my daughter. All pink, princessy & with edible glitter for good measure! LOL. I am sure there are a lot of little girls who would love something made from these files. Thanks for sharing.

  6. Michelle

    Wow Bird, these are beautiful. It’s my little niece’s birthday this month and she would just adore these. Thank you so much for sharing. I always get so excited when I see an email in my inbox from you. :-)

  7. Amanda

    GORGEOUS!!!!!!!THANK YOU FOR SHARING. Sorry just realized I had it on caps, but these are beautiful!

  8. Lisa

    These are so gorgeous – my little girl will love these. She goes to so many parties too so I’m sure it will used constantly.

    Thank you so much


  9. Diane

    these are wow so much work, Thanks so much.
    I hope it was well recieved
    I would have loved this as a child

  10. Mary Brown

    This is such a cute card idea. What little girl wouldn’t love to get this in the mail.

    I enjoy looking at all the pretty things you make and share with us. Thanks so much for your generosity.

  11. cleah

    Wow, all sooo lovely! Thanks so much for the freebies and the pretty samples! These give me great ideas how to use them.:)

  12. PAULINE b.

    Thank you so much the princess designs are just perfect for my little Granddaughter who will be 6 next month and is crasy about Disney female characters ,i do not have a digital cutter as yet,it is on my wish list and I would be grateful for any advice that you could give me as to types etc thanks again .

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