Free Printable Paper Dolls

by Merissa on January 26, 2015

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Free Printable Paper Dolls

I know today is a miserable snowy day for much of the country so I thought I'd share a fun project that you can do with your little ones! When I was little, me and my sister used to love to make paper dolls and we'd even make custom clothes for them from cutting out pictures from magazines. They are great, cheap fun.

Here are several free printable paper dolls to print, cut out, and play with!


The Gingham Paper Dolls (These are SO cute!)


Charlie Brown Character Paper Dolls (I think we will make this one, cute!)


The 3 Bears Paper Dolls (This one includes some free printable playset pieces as well)


Victorian Paper Doll (If you search on the site they also have more outfits for her)


Chatty Cathy Paper Doll


The Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe Paper Dolls (This one is SO cute!)


Suzy Printable Paper Doll (I like all her "household chores" outfits 🙂 )

Hopefully you can find something here for a little project on a cold winter day. Make sure to comment and let us know which one of these cute free printable paper dolls you printed!

Finished Yarn Doll

If you'd like some other fun doll projects to make you also might want to check out our tutorials here on Little House Living to make a Corn Cob Doll and Yarn Dolls. Both are easy to make from things that you probably already have on hand!


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1 Pam January 26, 2015 at 9:15 pm

What a great idea!!!


2 Smitti January 27, 2015 at 6:52 am

I grew up playing with the Ginghams! Thanks so much for making them available again. I forgot how beautiful and fun they were, but now I can share them with my daughter. Squeee! ; )


3 Mary Hitzeman January 27, 2015 at 9:07 am

This is the site of the Bersy McCall paper dolls. Lovely set.


4 Tejas Prairie Hen January 29, 2015 at 8:56 am

I have such fun memories of playing with paper dolls as a young child. All that cutting really developed the hand/eye coordination and fine motor skills. I found I could always cut things out better than any of the kids at school.
When we had to move my mom to a nursing home, my sister and I found the most amazing hand-drawn and painted paper doll set with around 100 clothes. They were gorgeous early 1940’s styles. We were so surprised to learn that our dear mom had created them herself. While we had always known she was smart and gifted in many ways, we had no idea that she was such a talented artist 🙂 Thanks so much for making my day!


5 Stephanie January 30, 2015 at 12:05 pm

I had the Gingham paper dolls when I was a little girl. I played with them for hours!


6 debbie January 31, 2015 at 7:39 am

My daughter used to play for hours with her paperdolls now a mother herself she still admits to loving them and plays with her daughter’s and the paperdolls she has so I,m going to print these for her thank you so much you are so sweet and creative.


7 Molly January 31, 2015 at 9:54 pm

Thanks so much for posting these. My daughter will love them!


8 Tricia Effendi February 1, 2015 at 12:52 pm

Thank you so much for these paper dolls. I remember playing with them and enjoying many a happy hour. My children are grown, so I’m waiting for the next generation.


9 Rachel February 2, 2015 at 11:53 pm

My sister and I also played with The Ginghams paper dolls (and also had the colouring books) when we were young – lovely to see them again, thank you – and to be able to print them for our daughters.


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