Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Crafts for Little Girls: Fun with Paper Dolls

I love free and easy projects for kids. I like toys and activities that spark their imaginations and urge them to explore their creativity. My mother introduced me to printable paper dolls awhile ago. I bought a ream of card stock and printed sheets of paper dolls and their clothes, I attached a pair of child scissors and gave these as a gift to the little girls at our church. These are fabulous to bring in the car in a folder.  I remember having paper dolls as a child and I really liked them. There are so many free printables online. Here are some and their links.

Marilee's Paper Dolls II
Caitlin's Paper Dolls
Printable Paper Dolls
Money Saving Mom
My previous post
Ann of Paper Doll Land
Karen's Whimsy
Pre-Victorian Brides

Happy Cutting


Helene said...

Those are SO adorable!!!! My daughter would love a craft like that (and I like that it's FREE!!)

Thank you for stopping by my blog! It's so nice to meet another mom of multiple multiples!

Celina said...

I stumbled across your blog looking for a paper doll for my daughter, these are great links, thanks!! A tip for anyone with young kids is to cut the doll and clothes out, laminate them, and then attach sticker-velcro to them so little hands can dress and undress the doll easily. No fussy tabs, no flimsy paper. It is a fast and rewarding project that toddlers (and their mothers...and their grandmothers) love. :)

Anonymous said...

Get a life

Rhonda said...

Although I'm an atheist I think what you're doing is wonderful. I wish the government would get out of education and stop influencing our children to be anti-American. I applaud you for rearing your children the facts about our country's history and all of the positive influence our nation has offered other country's in trouble. Specifically Korea comes to mind as there are so many, I can't list them. I also would like to say, "Shame on you" to the anonymous commenter who is obviously a coward and hasn't much intelligence.
Again, my very best wishes to you and the many parents in the U.S. who've chosen to home school and to raise their family with terrific values.

Polly in Texas said...

I think your blog is refreshingly pure, and much appreciate it. But it saddens me that there is so much ignorance pertaining to our leaders. God says He puts those in authority that He chooses. I have gotten to the point of staying away from church because of the mocking politics. Do you not realize that you drive some away because of your mocking of authority? And undo the very values you are trying to show? God says to respect them. Study your scripture. It is in there. New Testament. God bless you and yours; please study the Word and be careful what you pass on in the name of Christianity.

Kimmie said...

Polly in Texas,

Thank you for your comment, but I have to disagree with you.

Since it looks like you live in the USA; who do you think this country was founded by? In case you don't know, it was founded by men who disobeyed their God appointed "authority" by mocking their "politics" and made the treacherous journey to sail to the New World and start their own country. Did you know they were Christians and did much of this mocking and disobeying in the name of Christianity? Did you know these same Christians fought a Revolutionary war against the very same God appointed "authority" that they escaped so they could have independence from them? This is celebrated every July 4th in the USA.

In the United States THE PEOPLE are the authority, not the government or the President. Please don't so blindly think that you are honoring God by honoring a satanic government and leader.

Look at what happened to the Jews with they sheepishly obeyed "authority".

Since you brought it up, maybe you might want to study the scriptures yourself regarding not attending church. The bible CLEARLY says not to forsake the assembly.

Hebrews 10:25 " Not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together, as the manner of some is; but exhorting one another: and so much the more, as ye see the day approaching."

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