I found this free paper doll printable online and thought it was adorable. I loved playing with paper dolls as a child and decided to print some out for my daughter Avery is getting to the age where she is starting to enjoy toys like this. To make the paper dolls sturdier and easier to play with I decided to back them with magnetic paper. This magnetic paper has adhesive so no gluing is needed. You could also get printable magnetic paper and print the dolls right on. The printable had a lot of white space so I decided to cut out the dolls and position them to utilize the paper better.
|Print out paper dolls. Link here: http://tpettit.best.vwh.net/dolls/pd_scans/kiddles/index.html|
|Cut out paper leaving a little white space around (this will help for a cleaner cut when you stick it on the magnetic paper.|
|Place on paper (I tried not to waste a square inch)|
|Cut out the dolls and clothes. You can off the tabs on the clothes because they aren't needed.|
|Stick on fridge or baking sheet and let your little one enjoy.|