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Jun 06 2014

New Disney Princess Palace Pet Coloring page of Windflower

Disney Princess Palace Pets are pets that the Disney princesses have adopted. Each princess has several specific pets that seem to emulate their character and the location that they come from. For example, Tiana from Princess and the Frog has a pony named Bayou. Bayou tail copies Tiana’s signature short wavy bangs.

The official Disney Princess Palace Pets website has several printable coloring pages of the first palace pets introduced. However, Disney has not released any new princess palace pets since the creation of the website. I have had several requests to make coloring pages of the Disney Princess Palace Pets. Over the last few months I have worked on creating these coloring pages.

Windflower in color by SKGaleana

Today I have finished Windflower.

    Windflower is a raccoon whose owner is Pocahontas. She has sky-blue fur, dark blue nose and ears, and brown eyes. She wears a jewel adorned headband with pink, purple and blue feathers, and she also wears a shawl with a design similar to Pocahontas’ dress.

    She is a very mischievous raccoon. The pet loves exploring and playing, but she can’t help getting in trouble. Pocahontas was at the river, when she heard a noise and saw a big frog leaping in front of her. Just then, the princess noticed something moving inside an old hollow log. She approached and found Windflower! (Disney Wiki)

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This Printable coloring page is free to download, print and color. If you do download this printable please consider donating. It takes a lot of time to create these fun printables and every little bit allows me to continue to bring these fun printables to you.

To download Windflower:
1. Click the image below
2. Scroll down to the coloring pages and locate windflower
3. Click the image, a new window will pop up
4. Save the PDF to your computer

palacepets_printable_blondie

Once the page has been colored, please share. I would love to see the art and share some of them on my facebook page.


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