Free Printable Paper Dolls-Lots and Lots

My daughter has become a doll hound.

Any kind of doll and accessory is good with her. Her room is perpetually "decorated" for and with her barbies, stuffed animals, and baby dolls. I found these little Dutch girls

and she spotted them and got all excited about printing them and cutting them out. Then a little light bulb went off and her preschool teacher's voice popped in my head, "Holden still needs more practice with cutting." Dat-Dat-Da-Da

Off I ran to find as many free printable paper dolls as I could get my cheap hands on!

Just click on each image to go to the original source and print your own!

There are a bunch of others at the above link!

The above link has a BUNCH of different themes

Click on this link and you will get to like 50 pages of Betsy McCall paper dolls!

The above link contains tons of clothing, dolls, and accessory pages in the collection.

3 different sets of dolls and 6 pages of clothing.

How cute are these two? There are 6 pages of clothing too.

These Pink & Green Princess Dolls totally fit my daughter's party theme and will be going in the goodie bags!

These cuties have historical and Halloween costumes.

This little lady has 4 pages of super cute clothes and accessories.

Here you will find 6 different vintage ballerinas

The next one is a pattern and you can use it to create dolls from cute scrapbook paper!

That should be enough to keep us sufficiently busy for a while:)

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Comments

  1. Hi there, I log on to your blogs on a regular
    basis. Your writing style is witty, keep up the good work!

  2. Those paper dolls are great!

  3. Thanks so much for getting these all together! my girls are going to LOVE this!!! You are awesome :)

  4. Paper dolls are fun to look at no matter what age you are ! Sometimes you’ll even reconize some of the ones you played with as a child. Thank You for putting a smile on my face this morning !

  5. These are so cute! I pinned them!

  6. What a wonderful collection! Thanks for posting :) My daughter (and I) love paper dolls so this will keep us busy!

  7. The little dutch girla at the top of your post are very familiar to me. my mother had a set of metal canisters in the kitchen that my father had repainted and put decals on, similar to those, if not the same. decals were then (1950’s) a popular way to decorate everyday household items.

    the paper dolls are also a childhood memory. i loved them and always had a paper doll book. also, my mom subscribed to mccall’s magazine and each month there was a new betsey mccall paper doll with seasonal outfits. i would cut out betsey, having first glued her to the thin cardboard that came iside my dad’s shirts from the dry cleaner’s and then cut out each outfit.

    here’s betsey

    https://www.google.ca/search?q=betsy+mccall&hl=en&prmd=imvnso&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=iE-eUPDPN6XrigKj1IHgDg&sqi=2&ved=0CDkQsAQ&biw=1280&bih=909

    thanks for the jog down memory lane!

  8. My daughter just loves these Princess Kate paper dolls from Disney
    Thought you might add them to your blog.

    http://family.go.com/printables/article-1001999-princess-kate-paper-doll-t/

    Mandy

  9. I too love paper dolls, in particular, I love the ones that move, “articulated paper dolls” or “paper puppets”. I sometimes offer them for free on my paper play blog, Artist in LA LA Land. For Christmas, I’m offering this one which is a boston terrier dog that is a paper puppet and he’s in a stocking that is a card. Too cute to resist if you love paper play and doggies!!!

    http://www.melissakojima.blogspot.com/2012/12/free-diy-paper-puppet-doggie-christmas.html

  10. How do you print them.

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  1. […] Huge Roundup of Paper Doll Printables of All Types from too much time on my hands here. Top Photo: Paper Thin Personas’ Marisole Paper Doll here (with lots more themed pages like Dead Roses and tons of magnetic paper dolls etc…). Bottom Photo: Lotta Bruhn’s Victoria & Daniel Paper Dolls here (with six PDF pages of outfits). *She lists a link to fifty pages of Betsy McCall paper dolls and lots more links. […]

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