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The Ginghams Paper Dolls (Free!)

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Here is a free download of adorable paper dolls. This link will take you to The Ginghams Paper Dolls Book in PDF format.

(Also see my post on The Ginghams Visit Grandma!)

I’ve already decided that I’m not showing this to Caroline until we get all the furniture, dolls and some of the clothes cut out. David will have to do all the cutting so I need to give him time to get some of it done while she’s in bed.  But I know she will love it.

Caroline has been playing with her Little House on the Prairie Paper Dolls quite a bit lately and it has been fun to watch her enjoying the Ingalls family.  I’m sure she will enjoy having some new paper friends to play with as well.

My Book of Little House Paper Dolls: The Big Woods CollectionMy Book of Little House Paper Dolls: The Big Woods Collection

If your daughter or grand-daughter loves paper dolls, here are a number of other sets!

Little Women Paper DollsLittle Women Paper DollsFancy Nancy's Perfectly Posh Paper Doll BookFancy Nancy’s Perfectly Posh Paper Doll BookPaper Pals Paper Dolls: 100+ Fashions, Accessories and Toys for 8 Little Girls and Their PetsPaper Pals Paper Dolls: 100+ Fashions, Accessories and Toys for 8 Little Girls and Their PetsAuthentic Shirley Temple Paper Dolls and DressesAuthentic Shirley Temple Paper Dolls and DressesFavorite Storybook Characters Paper DollFavorite Storybook Characters Paper DollMadeline Paper DollsMadeline Paper Dolls

Enjoy!  😀

The Ginghams Paper Dolls (Free!)


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  • These are so cute!! I actually got that little surge of joy at seeing the outfits that I remember feeling as a child!! I had completely forgotten that feeling at 52…the same feeling I got when seeing a brand new large box of Crayolas coming my way!!! I may print them off for my neices .Thanks Karen

  • Wow! I had these growing up! I had completely forgotten them. I ABSOLUTELY loved them!! Thanks for a great memory that I can share with my little one! 🙂

  • I had a coloring book with these girls in it, when I was about 6. I loved that coloring book, and colored every single page, in order. 😀

  • Many thanks for this lovely gift. I grew up with The Ginghams paper dolls! I loved these dolls. My grandma brought “Visiting Grandma” from the USA when I was a child. That was amazing for me. Now I have the opportunity to share it with my daughter. Great!

    • Hi Christy,

      You are very welcome! I thought they were the cutest thing when I found them and wanted to make sure other people knew about them as well.


  • Hi Sallie,

    I printed these lovely dolls for my daughters last year, and now they are looking to replace some of the ripped ones, and your link isn’t working! If you could fix it, you would have four happy girls!

    Many thanks to you.


  • The other option is to do a Google search of images, find the ones you need, and try to print them off. I’m not sure about the sizes matching up though. You might have to tinker with your printer settings to get them right.

    • I’m not sure why it is no longer working. I don’t own the other site. I just linked to it because I knew it would interest my readers. 🙂


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