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Aug 20 2015

Free Disney Descendants Coloring Pages

Printable Descendants Coloring Pages

There is certainly no shortage of Disney Descendants printables. Several can be found on my blog: Descendants featuring printable bookmarks, invitations, recipes and more. But I found there to be a large shortage of coloring pages. I mean the logos alone are extremely cool. Mal has two dragons, Carlos has two bones, Jay has an awesome snake and Evie has a crown. Not to mention the most awesome image of, Long Live Evil. They totally need to be a coloring page. Which is where I come in.

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Armed with a computer and the need for awesome Disney Descendants coloring pages, I set forth creating 3 coloring pages.
The first coloring page features the Descendants Logo along with the logo from all four Descendants and a little flame
The second coloring page features the apple, vine and the Big D, which I thinks stands for both Disney and Descendants. Kinda of a cool marketing tool when you think about it.
The third coloring page features Long Live Evil. It is my favorite image from Disney Descendants, featuring the silhouette of Maleficent herself.

Each of these coloring pages I created are free to download. Simply click on the image and save the PDF. Then all you have to do is print and color. It is as easy as that and so much fun. All the Descendants fans in the house will love these, kids and adults.

Descendants apple coloring Page SKGaleana
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Descendants coloring Page SKGaleana
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Descendants Long Live Evil coloring Page SKGaleana
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