Thursday, December 20, 2012

Lindsay Ann Paper Doll Set: Christmas Edition {Free Printable}

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I cannot tell you how excited I am to share this post with you, just in time for the holidays! To bring Dollhouse Bake Shoppe to life and into your home, the talented Tricia-Rennea, Illustrator has created the complete "Lindsay Ann Paper Doll Set" in a fun and festive Christmas theme, as a special FREE gift to you! Made exclusively for Dollhouse Bake Shoppe, Lindsay AnnThe Bake Shoppe Doll: Christmas Edition, is a printable paper doll set that comes with adorable mix-and-match holiday outfits, winter-time accessories, gifts and of course cupcakes, so your little girl can play, dress her up and "bake" sweet treats to serve. I can't wait for the paper bake shoppe kitchen add-on to play with her in, coming soon!

Simply print, cut, and play!


The complete Lindsay Ann Paper Doll Set: Christmas Edition includes:
  • The Lindsay Ann doll with built-in stand
  • 3 beautiful Christmas dresses
  • A warm winter coat
  • 2 accessory sets: hat & scarf
  • Delightful peppermint cake and cupcakes
  • Sweet ruffled poinsettia apron
  • Bonus Christmas gift tied with a bow



Print onto heavy paper or cardstock paper for a longer lasting doll. Or, read how some of our fans used our original set:


"When I Make paper dolls, I print them on magnet paper so our grandkids can play with them in the kitchen on the fridge. Thanks for the cute set!" -Carol

"I printed out your cute paper doll set for my daughter. She is wearing the darling cherry dress. Because she was printed on regular printer paper, I taped a bamboo stick to the back of it and made it into a puppet" -Lisa

"We printed on cardstock like you suggested and my daughter just LOVED her. I printed two and colored in the hair brown with marker for her friend. They used the dolls with her little mini tea set and played all afternoon. Thank you!" -Jennifer 

Any little girl, or big girl ;) will just love this sweet pink vintage paper doll set. She is cute as a decoration, perched up on top of a desk or dresser with a plate full of cupcakes too. I had so much fun dressing her up in all of her cute wardrobe options. Which is your favorite?!


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AND... If you haven't already, be sure to check out the Original Lindsay Ann Paper Doll Set!




































































































































































 
Sending a huge thank you to Tricia-Rennea for designing these adorable custom paper doll sets. She has created some of the most darling and inspired work I have ever seen! Be sure to check out more of Tricia-Rennea's custom fashionable illustrations, stationary, logos, paper dolls, free printables, and more on her blog. You can also find her on Facebook and Twitter for up to date freebies you can print at home and all new designs available for purchase from her online shop!



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2 comments:

  1. Now that e know "How-To" make a Box, Does ANY one Know "How-TO" MAKE A DOLL's-SUITCASE???
    WHY, well with All of These REALLY REALLY AWESOME CUTTIES, the Dolls, The Dresses, Accessories
    et Other Items...Come'on doesn't ANYONE Else Remember How these Came in Book-Lets, But then Your PArents coukld BUY the "case" to keep ALL the Dolls togethers...NO no no it was NOT like the CASE thaat held the DOLL, with her dresses on one side on cute hangers, w/two draws on the bottom, 4 her shoes, socks, purse, hats, et well, slips et undies,..THIS CASE, HAD Elastic that had a small silver metal piece with somewhat sharp edge on both ends..so you could "change the Elastic size-ing according to HOW YOU wnated to Oganize You paper Dolls, gals, guys, boys girls, baby's, the clothes
    fancy, daily, etc...DOES ANY ONE ELSE REMEMBER??? SURE WOUKD APPRECIATE A SHOUT-OUT???

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  2. I printed the original for my niece, can't wait to give her the new addition!

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