Including a kit for paper dolls inside a young girl’s shoebox is very inexpensive and easy to do! I’ve included several links below of free paper doll patterns that I like. Simply print them out on some heavier weight paper (like card stock), place them inside a plastic bag, and you’re done! Some are color and some are black and white.  You can color these if you’d like, but I think it would be fun to include some crayons or colored pencils in your shoebox and let the child color them.  A great bonus is that they don’t take up much room inside your shoebox :)

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8 Responses to Print Paper Doll Patterns

  1. Shirley Quick says:

    Wonderful, I have a lot of Card Stock paper and this will be just so much fun to add to the boxes.

  2. Brenda W says:

    these are so cute! What a great idea! so much fun for children!

  3. Rilla W says:

    Another one I like is Emily by Cricket. I don’t have the link right now, but you can Google it. She is a little blond girl with lots of cute outfits. I took a brown colored pencil and darkened the hair and eyes on some of mine and she is still just as cute.

  4. Kimberly says:

    Thank you! I loved paper dolls when I was a girl. I will be using these for OCC boxes, my sponsor child, and my daycare children as well!

  5. Linda T says:

    It would be so nice to find printable paper dolls that are more ethnic. Our shoe boxes go to Haiti and we like to make sure the dolls look somewhat like the children there. If anybody has a link, please share!

  6. Linda T says:

    http://www.tipjunkie.com/holiday-crafts/valentine-paper-doll/

    I just found another dark skinned girl doll at tipjunkie.com
    There are 3 different skin toned girls, with clothes and themes such as camping, cooking. Wonderful dolls and free to print out!

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