Favorite Find: Hello Paper Dolls

My girls were recently introduced to two new friends; Princess Daisy and Princess Violet. They cannot wait to meet Princess Buttercup and Princess Rose. These princesses love to play dress up and play with their puppies. Hello Paper Dolls deserve so much praise that I am bursting at the seams to tell you all about it. The little princesses are just adorable and each comes with her own pup. It takes an old idea of paper dolls and gives it a twist. The six inch dolls and the pup are made from heavyweight paper and come with two sheets of punch-out clothing. Easy to punch out clothing that does rip even when taken out by my preschooler, although I cannot guarantee these results.

So what’s the twist? These dolls also come with accessories which are repositionable stickers. The stickers are the perfect answer to hats, glasses, and purses that fall off regular paper dolls. The stickers come off easily yet stay on securely. The best part is the stencil for you to continue to make and design your own fashions for your princesses. If you have any leftover scrapbook paper, tissue paper, wrapping paper or white paper to allow your child to draw a pattern then you will have endless fashions for your paper princess. My girls would always lose clothing or get bored with the same old fashions. With Hello Paper Dolls, you never have to worry about running out of fashions. My girls got a kick out of seeing dresses they designed on their dolls.

Hello Paper Dolls are sold by Hello Hanna. Hello Hanna has many whimsical and adorable items. Visit Hello Hanna to make a little girl very happy with Hello Paper Dolls. At $11.95, they make a great stocking stuffer. I hope Princess Buttercup and Princess Rose do not mind spending some time in my girls’ stockings this year.

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About Richele McFarlin

Richele is a Christian homeschooling mom to four children, writer and business owner. Her collegiate background is in educational psychology. Although it never prepared her for playing Candyland, grading science, chasing a toddler, doing laundry and making dinner at the same time.