Thursday, September 1, 2011

Magnetic Printable Paper Dolls

If you are a mom with a girl and you spend much time reading blogs then you probably know already that there is a world of printable paper dolls out there just waiting to be printed.

Recently, I received a packet of adhesive magnetic sheets from Craft Project Ideas (a group of online crafters that I've recently joined).  Since M is still a little too young to be able to easily work with the tabs on a paper doll, I thought it might be fun to print off some dolls and dresses and turn them into magnets.

What worked especially nicely was the fact that we just finished up a large metal tin of Smoked Salmon- which works great as a magnet container!

This particular paper doll came from Patty Reed Designs. The background came from here.

PS- Yes, I'm definitely reliving my childhood through having girls. I love being able to do this kind of thing again. :-)

PPS- You can see from the background that my poor printer is running out of ink!


Vicky said...

Those look like fun.  I think my girls would love something like that.

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maryanne @ mama smiles said...

So cute! Perfect for little girls!

Valerie said...

These are adorable!! I relive my childhood w/ my girls all the time. What fun!!