I have been hoarding vintage paper doll printable links lately. It’s about time I shared. These are too fun to keep to myself! I have been printing them, cutting them out, and tucking them into a little container in my purse. It is a great occupier for my kids when we have to sit and wait somewhere. My 18 month old daughter is a bit young for them, so they do get a little torn and dog-eared, but she still likes to play with the paper dolls.
The adorable paper doll shown below is from printables at Karen’s Whimsy.
The bathing paper dolls below depict Betsy McCall and her mother dating from 1951. This is from The Bleu Door.
The paper dolls shown below are from an 1880’s German set on the Victorian Ornaments site.
The paper dolls below are Finnish designed from 1940-50 from the Fin Toys site.
Here is a photo of some cute little tin containers I bought from Michaels. They are meant for gift cards, but they are a good size to fit in my purse with some paper dolls inside. Easy to whip out when some quick child entertainment is needed! Some of the dolls need to be folded, but the kids don’t seem to mind that.