23 Printable Paper Dolls
Today we have a beautiful collection of Vintage Printable Paper Dolls! We all know that paper dolls are a classic toy. There’s something so magical about the simplicity of them, and today we’re bringing it back with with these darling printable paper dolls! These are great fun to do with the kiddos, but also they can be embellished with lace and fabric and whatever else you might want to add… and then placed in your Junk Journals. I’ve also had readers over the years that have told me that they take these to nursing homes, and that the residents really enjoy cutting these out and playing with them.
Victorian Scrap Paper Dolls
Here we have a beautiful Victorian Scrap Girl. She is an antique Die Cut Scrap Piece. Wouldn’t she make such a fun Paper doll? I could see her with a pretty fabric skirt attached to the bottom of her bodice. Lots of possibilities here, and I’m sure you guys will come up with many more ideas!
Here’s another lovely little Victorian lady, or at least half of one!! This is a sweet faced girl dressed in a ruffled pink blouse. I could see her with a pink tulle tutu. These are so much fun for collage, but also would work well as a little Paper doll by simply adding a paper or fabric skirt! For a cute idea of how to use this type of image, check out the post HERE.This is another one of those pretty Victorian Scrap Girls. You will notice that she is wearing the same blouse as the Pierrot doll below. This is a three – quarter headshot of a beautiful woman wearing a lace top with red roses on a vine around the top. (Grab the Arms and Legs from the next doll in this post to use for this lady as well!)
Printable Paper Dolls
Fairy Tales Paper Dolls
How fun is this?!! This cute antique postcard also doubles as a Paper doll. The three costumes included are Little Miss Muffet, Mother Goose, and Princess Goldilocks. Each costume has its own hat and there is even a little stand for the doll. You could mail this to a few of your favorite kiddos, or use as a gift tag for a special little (or big) girl!!
Mini Paper Doll Girl and Dog
Vintage Christmas Printable Paper Dolls
Featured above is an adorable Vintage Paper Doll Set with a Christmas theme! What a cute Dolly this one is, and just look at all of her outfits!! She has a red Christmas coat, complete with a tree and basket of goodies, some fun stripped pajamas with a bright red stocking ready to be hung on the mantle in the first PDF. There are two additional cute little frocks with matching shoes and socks in the second printable. How fun!!
Antique Paper Doll Sets
Printable Scottish Paper Dolls
This darling little Paper doll comes from a 1922 Ladies magazine, although she was patented a bit earlier in 1917. She’s a double sided Scottish girl, and comes with a darling Tartan Plaid Kilt, a matching hat, and even some Thistles! This one is also fun for both children or adults to play with. I’ve included a high res printable PDF so that you can just print and play! She has a twin brother as well, posted just below.
Nursery Rhyme Paper Dolls
I think this one is so cute!!! Here we have an antique set of Paper dolls, with the theme of the nursery rhyme ‘The House that Jack Built.’ It’s not complete I’m afraid, but many of the main characters are present, including Jack (in the green jacket), the House, the Man, the Malt, the Maiden, and the Cow. I’m placing this in the Vintage Kids Printable section, but adults can play with them too!
I adore this Printable Jointed Paper Doll from a 1920’s Jointed Toy Book! I’ve had this book for a while now, but the pages were all scribbled up by some excited child, and it takes a whole lot of work to clean this up! This little Doll is ‘Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary’ from the Old Nursery Rhyme. You can print this out, add some color, cut, and then assemble as shown in the image at the top of the page. You will probably want to use some brads to attach everything, so that all the pieces will move.
Cut and Color Thanksgiving Paper Dolls
This is a sweet Thanksgiving Paper Doll Costume Set. It comes from an old newspaper from the early 1900’s. This little girl has three outfits perfect for Thanksgiving. They including a Native American costume, a Pilgrim costume, and there is even a Turkey costume!!! Cut out and color all of the pieces for hours of fun! I would suggest printing this out twice; once with cardstock, so that the doll is on a firmer paper, and once with regular paper, for the outfits.
I hope you enjoyed this fun curated collection of Printable Paper Dolls!! You might also like our splendid collection of 19 Retro Dolls of the World HERE!