Thursday, May 8, 2014

Free Vintage Paper Dolls


I was unable to sleep last night and was surfing the web…look what I found!

Yes!  All of the vintage Paper Dolls we all love…FREE!!!!  You are allowed to print them out…here is one set I love…









Here are their directions….

How to Print the Free Paper Dolls:

For most free paper doll sets there will be a jpg photo of each page.  You can simply right click on this photo and use the Save As option to save the image to your computer.  You can then open the saved image in any photo editing program and print, resize, touch up, and manipulate them in any number of ways.  Alternatively, you can right click on the image and chose copy and then go to a program such as Microsoft Word and right click and Paste the image and print from there.

For some of our paper dolls there will be a PDF file for the whole set for you to be able to print easily and quickly. These can be found on our Free Printable Paper Dolls page.  You will need Adobe Acrobat to open and print from there, but that is a free program that most people have on their computers.

We ask that you do not sell them, and that if you share them that you tell others where you got them. In other words, share the love - we love referrals!

We purchase many of the dolls ourselves from eBay and hope to share more and more of our collection with other lovers of these dolls over time. Please check back often as we will be adding new dolls almost daily!

We would also welcome your PDF and jpg files of your collections to share with other fans of this wonderful hobby.


They also have a free newsletter you can sign up for.

I think I would put this on a zip drive and go to a Kinko’s type store, get them made one really good paper….

I am NOT going to talk about how much I have spent on originals…:):)



Susan Freeman said...

This is wonderful! I love paper dolls. Remember Mary Engelbreit's magazine? I tried to save most of the paper doll inserts that came with easy issue. Loved them.

Big Texas Hugs,
Susan and Bentley

Tammy's in Love said...

This is fun! I'd like to introduce you to my friend, Tylenol P.M., just one or you'll have trouble waking up in the morning. Till then, see what else you can find to share!

Musings from Kim K. said...

I've already had lots of fun exploring the site. Thank you for sharing!! Mary Engelbreit's dolls were always a favorite in her Home Companion magazine. Miss that still!

Jill said...

These are too cute - will be pinning, for sure - great for SMASHing!!

~Damita's Pretty Wrap~ said...

Those are the sweetest!! Thanks for sharing! My sister and I are scrap booking together I think some of these dolls would look so cute in there! :) Wishing you a lovely weekend! Happy Mother's Day! xo Holly


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