Welcome to Free Paper Dolls

Welcome to our free paper dolls website. Do paper dolls make your heart go pitter patter? Do you constantly say, "Oh, how cute!" whenever you see a vintage paper doll set? Then this website is just for you!

I have loved playing with all kinds of dolls my entire life. I had a few sets of the paper variety during my childhood, which I always greatly cherished.

Even today, they are inexpensive and easy to store and transport. Little girls still love them as do many big girls, myself included!

On this website I hope to bring you a fairly organized collection of all kinds of paper dolls for you as free printable downloads for you to enjoy in a variety of ways. You can print them and collect them, share them with the children in your life, create craft projects with them, and even play with them yourself! These sets will include many from the 1950s, 1960s, and other eras, as well as from various publishers such as Abbott Publishing, Lowe and Whitman, Saalfield, and many others.

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.

Have Some Paper Dolls to Share?

We would love to see any paper dolls you would like to share with us and our readers. Please use this form to share those with us. The form only lets you upload 4 photos. If you have more, please just use the form again!! We want to make this the best Paper Doll website on the internet.

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My Paper Doll made like the old stlye cloth dolls 
I made this paper doll in the style of circa 1949's German/Polish doll.

Magic Mary 1950's Era Magnetic Paper Dolls 
These are magnetic paper dolls, in which the doll has an embedded magnet and each outfit has a small piece of metal taped to the back. I have a set of …


Abbott's CUTIE DOLL 
Abbott Publishing's # 1811 Cutie Doll Cut-Out Book, 10 inch Doll on Back Cover. Estimated circa 1950's (not dated). 4 pages of cut out clothes. Original …

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I love Tammy dolls and Tammy paper dolls but of all the Little Golden paper doll books, this one seems to have a few oddities. The title is Tammy but the …

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Nancy And Sluggo

Egyptian Paper Doll Not rated yet
Region name :egypt Landmarks : the pyramids , the nile , the sphinx , luxor musuem Structure of society : Upper class - wealthy landowners , judges …

peg and sue Not rated yet
help! I don't know how to use the internet but would love to correspond with others who love paper dolls. Please rescue me ... e mail address: brightblue90@gmail.com …

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