Paper Dolls!!!

A few days ago I made some paper dolls- I’ve made several paper doll collections before but I think these are the best ones so far!dsc04063-all-e1

Here is a picture of my paper doll Staci and all her clothes together. Paper dolls are not too hard to make; they take patience, and time, but if you have enough of both, then from there all you need is scissors, paper, colored pencils, and a pen! You have to make their clothes with tabs, so that they will stay on. It might be time-consuming but it is definitely worth it. Especially because the clothes will fall off if they don’t have tabs!



Here is Staci with her summery wardrobe on. She is wearing a nice yellow T-shirt and jean shorts, and is happy because it is summer! (And her clothes are great!)



Here Staci has her checkered school-ish uniform on! Her favorite subject is zoology, and she loves the cafeteria hot chocolate. See the little uniform tie on her checkered shirt! It’s so cute!

The skirt was hard to put on- It was a bit too short, so either her tummy showed or her pajama shorts showed! Finally I got it to fit.



Staci has some fancier outfits too. Here she has on a pink party dress with a sash, with a tiny jewel necklace.

There is a birthday party today! She loves parties, and occasionally holds them in her house for fun. Staci only holds a couple or so a year.


When it gets chilly outside, Staci takes out her fall clothes. She’s wearing a yellow cotton dress over a striped turtleneck sweater. It might seem a strange combo, but it really is quite cute. Now all she needs are some nice boots!

She loves raking the golden, orange, and red fall leaves into a big pile, and then taking a big JUMP right into the middle!



This dress is inspired by a fashion television show. Notice the fringe on the top of the orangey dress! She wears it to fancy occasions such as a dressy meeting or a really fancy party.



At night, after a shower and hot chocolate, she brushes her teeth, and then it’s time to put her nightgown on! It’s a pretty lavender color with a bit of lace at the bottom.

After she gets tucked in, she closes her eyes and drifts off into dreamland in her cozy nightgown.



Staci wears shorts and an undershirt under her soft and pretty nightgown- if a paper gown could be called soft!

Pajama party, anyone?



Here Staci is with several of her clothes. Cool clothes+ cute smile= awesomeness.

Paper dolls are awesome, and fun! I encourage you to make some, if you want to. It’s worth the time. Bye for now:) Keep your eyes open for a paper doll-making blog post!


4 thoughts on “Paper Dolls!!!

  1. oooh, my twins might be a bit young, but I’m going to do this with them anyways – they can color the clothes! (we have a hurricane coming, so we’ll have plenty of time in the house to get creative!) Thanks for the idea!

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