Play dress up with paper dolls


Oh my!  I remember playing dress up with paper dolls as a little girl and I loved them!  Although they were made from cardboards, it was so fun to cut out the dresses and even more thrilling to put them on the dolls.   But there were a limited collection from the mom and pop shop which I bought these from, and I certainly didn’t come across these collections which are readily available for download at Teri’s Paper Doll Scan. 

There are 22 collections in all.  You can play dress up with mermaid, strawberry shortcake, babies, elves and many more as soon as you print them with your color printer.  They’re enough to provide hours of fun!



  1. I used to love paper dolls, too.

  2. OMG! I miss paper dolls sooooo much! I can’t find any anywhere. :-( This makes me bewwy bewwy sad. But thanks for the nastalgic look back! Awesome vintage display!

  3. Hi
    I tried everything to print some of these for my grandaughter but they are all too big. I tried changing sizes on print prevue but nothing helped. Any ideas?

  4. What a beautiful website! I can’t wait till my daughter is old enough for this. To Elodee, Project runway came out with a paper doll range last year I got some at Spotlight in NZ. And to Kathy, try saving to a usb key or cd/dvd and take it to a print shop, you will get better quality than off your home printer then and it will be cheaper in the long run as you won’t run through your printer ink.

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