Printable Halloween paper dolls | How About Orange

October 18, 2012

Printable Halloween paper dolls

I don't have kids, but this is too cute not to share. Download free, printable cone-shaped paper dolls with interchangeable Halloween costumes from Mr. Printables. You'll need the girl bodies from here, and the Halloween costumes from here. You can also make all the dress-up outfits below. Adorable.

I think my niece would really get into these. If you know some little girls, maybe they'd like to play with cone girls, too! Rumor has it cone boys are coming soon.

11 comments:

Ollie en Wallie said...

That bat is so cool!

Grandma G said...

Those are adorable! I think your niece is going to love 'em for sure! Thanks!

Mum

Lil Mama Stuart said...

Thanks for the heads up, so cute!

Leyla Torres said...

I love these, so colorful and creative. I don't have children either, but I'm a child at heart, and have two nieces and two nephews with whom to play. Thank you!

two hippos said...

just brilliant!

this is lemonade said...

How lovely! Halloween's not really my thing, but this doesn't have to just be for that hehe :)

Milly Velazquez said...

Awesome....eagerly waiting for the cone boys....my baby boy loves them already!!! (of course, because he sees his mom....me, playing with the cone girls).....what can I tell u!!! I'm a kiddo at heart!!!

Dawn Garlick said...

These are sooo cute!!! Being young at heart is what its all about! :0)

Anne-Marie said...

What a super cute idea! :)

Megumi said...

My students started complaining my classroom isn't decorated like Halloween like other classes, but my kids don't have time to make any, so I just printed them out and let them cut and glue on Monday! They carved Halloween rubber stamps and made a card each, so I thought it's enough, but they want to decorate the classroom. I'll print out the masks as well!!! That will make them quiet. Thanks for helping me all the time. Ah, I haven't made the bookmarks. I should do that today, too. Teachers are hard. They don't give me any free time, asking "Meguuumieeee, I'm done." "What's next?" "I'm bored." I'm tired of hearing those, and at the same time happy to see they are eager to do something.

Jessica Jones said...

Wow, you have to be a constant fountain of ideas for those kids. Good luck!

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