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Paper Doll Crafts for Kids

How to Make Paper Dolls

 

Boy and Girl Paper Doll Crafts

Boy and Girl Paper Doll Craft

Children will enjoy making these paper dolls to resemble themselves. Children use templates to trace the basic clothes shapes onto construction paper that matches the color of their clothes. They draw in the face and add hair that matches the color of their own hair.

This craft is available to members only on The Resource Room. Click here for the Pattern.

 

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Snowman Paper Doll Winter Craft

Snowman Paper Doll Winter Craftcard picturekids craft Paper Doll Snowman Craft www.daniellesplace.com

What you will need:  Card stock, crayons or markers, scissors, and glue, (buttons, sequins, ribbon, etc. to decorate the snowmen, optional).

How to make: 

Print out the snowman pattern and clothes. (Problems Printing?) Cut them out.  If you would like to be able to change the snowman's clothes, cut out tabs on the clothes.

Color the clothes and add sequins, ribbon, or other decorative items.  Glue the clothes onto the snowman.

 

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Comments from crafters -

Hello, I thought you might like to see how I used your wonderful snowman paper doll. I made cards for my twin nieces using Picture It! Publisher. On the front of the card I put the ‘naked’ snowman and in a balloon put the words, I am really cold. Can you help me get warm?" I pasted the clothes on the inside. I received an email yesterday with pictures from my brother who said the girls were delighted with the cards and had to ‘do’ them first thing. I noticed that Erin didn’t even take time to take her coat off! I live in Wyoming and the twins live in Texas so I don’t get to see them very often. This was a really fun thing for me to do for them and I just wanted to write and tell you thank you for the great paper doll. Linda

 

 

Cassie the Dog Paper Doll and Birthday Card Craft

dog birthday card

What you will need: Card stock, cardboard to mount Cassie on, scissors, crayons, markers, or colored pencils, Exacto knife or razor blade, and paper glue.

How to make:

Print out the patterns. (Problems Printing?)

1. Cut the patterns out and color them.

2. Cut open Cassie's mouth with an 3. Glue Cassie onto cardboard being careful not to glue his mouth closed.Exacto knife.

4. If you would like Cassie to stand up, glue or tape a piece of folded cardboard onto the back.

5. To make the birthday card glue the Cassie paper doll onto a piece of folder card stock.  Write a birthday message on a piece of paper, fold it up, and place it in Cassie's mouth. You can also stamp some dog prints onto the wrapping paper after you have wrapped the gift. See the Christmas page for directions on how to make a dog print stamp.

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"Scruffy the Dog" Paper Doll Craft

scruffy the dog

Scruffy can hold his bone, present, Teddy toy, and anything else your child can imagine. Children can write small notes, fold them up, stick them in Scruffy's mouth, and have him deliver them.  You can use Scruffy as a gift tag and write "Happy Birthday" on a note and put it in Scruffy's mouth (decorate the wrapping paper with dog footprints using a rubber stamp. Scruffy also has a doghouse that can be decorated for the holidays.  Print out more than one Scruffy and make him some friends.

What you will need: Card stock, cardboard to mount Scruffy on, scissors, crayons, markers, or colored pencils, Exacto knife or razor blade, and paper glue.

How to make: 

1. Print out the Pattern #1 and Pattern #2. (Problems Printing?)

2. Cut the patterns out and color them.

3. Cut open Scruffy's mouth with an Exacto knife.

4. Glue Scruffy onto cardboard being careful not to glue his mouth closed.

5. If you would like Scruffy to stand up glue or tape a piece of folded cardboard onto the back.

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Comments about this Craft:

I used the "Scruffy the dog" paper doll for a unit entitled "Meeting Needs" with my Kindergarten class (Sydney, Australia). The students discussed the difference between wants and needs, and were asked to contribute to a picture list on our basic needs. When we had narrowed them down to food and water, shelter and warmth, love etc, the children made Scruffy and saw how we meet the needs for our pets. We discussed how God supplies all our needs and concluded the lesson with a thank you prayer. Glenda Rouxel

 

 

Weather Bear Paper Doll Craft

weather bear paper doll craft for kids

Use these cute bears to teach children about the weather.  There are three different outfits, a rainy day  outfit, hot day outfit and a cold weather outfit.   For best results attach the patterns to sticky magnetic sheets (found at craft stores) and then cut them out.

Print out the patterns: Cold weather bear, Warm weather bear, Warm weather hats, Rainy weather bear, Bare bear. (Problems Printing?)

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Troll Baby Paper Doll

Troll baby paper doll

What you will need: Paper, markers or crayons, fake fur, bows or something for the hair, white poster board, paper glue.

How to make:

1. Print out the Pattern provided.  Glue the pattern onto a piece of poster board using Elmer's rubber cement. (Rubber cement will not wrinkle the paper like some glues.  If you get too much on, let it dry and then rub off the excess. Caution:  Do not let young children use this glue.  It is extremely flammable and toxic) (Problems Printing?)

2. Color the troll front and back.

3. Cut out a piece of fake fur to fit where the hair should Geo. When cutting the fur brush all the hair to the center so that you don't cut off the length off the fur.  You should be able to  see the canvas that the hair is attached to before cutting.  Glue the hair to the head and then glue on the back of the troll. 

4. Add a bow if you would like.

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Alien Paper Doll

You can find directions for this doll on the Paper Plate Crafts Page and directions to make his space ship.

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