Valentine’s Day Paper Doll {free printable}

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Look at this design for paper dolls just for Valentine’s Day! {LOVE!}  This complete VALENTINE’S DAY Paper Doll introduces “Little Lisha” and accessories designed by  Tricia-Rennea!  It’s an all-in-one EXCLUSIVE that your little girl is going to love.  Pair it with the “Laurie” Paper Doll or the “Leslie” Paper Doll she created for us for the most versatility!  {I’ve got your back!}

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Valentine's Day Paper Doll (4572 downloads)

If you don’t have a little one and you just want this for yourself, I won’t tell. {smiling}  This new Paper Doll, named Little Lisha, was designed to accompany the Laurie doll, so it’s extra special!  {squeal}  How fun is it that the Little Laurie Paper Doll gets to celebrate Valentine’s Day with her friend little Lisha?  Look at these adorable outfits for the holidays!  {They fit the Little Laurie, Little Leslie and Little Lisha Dolls!}

Paper Doll Set Includes:

The Little Lisha Doll, including 4 sets of clothing {Valentine’s Day wardrobe}, a kitchen sideboard and baking supplies for a day of baking fun, and mini Valentine’s for Lisha exchange.   {{too cute!}}   The attention to detail is amazing!  The set includes basically everything “Lisha, Laurie and Leslie” need to celebrate Valentine’s Day!

EHprint Print Free File:
Valentine's Day Paper Doll (4572 downloads)

About the Freebie

Use these  paper doll printables for hours of enjoyment.  Be sure to keep them to reuse again and again!  This set includes the Little Lisha Doll, including 4 sets of clothing {Valentine’s Day wardrobe}, a kitchen sideboard and baking supplies for a day of baking fun, and mini Valentine’s for Lisha exchange.   Tricia-Rennea thinks of everything.  Stay tuned because more “sets” and outfits will be coming throughout the year to supplement this already fabulous set.    So, print out the forms, cut out the items and then enjoy! I have a feeling someone is going to get a lot of play time out of these!

About the Designer

tricia-rennea illustratorTricia-Rennea is an illustrator who lives in sunny Southern California with her amazing family.  She creates custom illustrated paper-dolls, stationery items, logos and more, whatever her clients need!  She creates under her own Trillustrations line and Co-Owns the Shy Socialites party and stationery shops with her sister, Barbara.

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A HUGE thanks to Tricia-Rennea for creating a second something spectacular for us and being so generous with her talent!  If this has left you wanting more free printables, check out the Tip Junkie Printable site with over 1000 free printables.  {see I told you I was addicted}

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  1. Comment-Anonymous Nichol

    Love love love!

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  3. Comment-Anonymous Brittany @ My Decoupaged Life

    Oh my daughter would just love these. I may even attach them to magnets to make them a little more durable for her craziness.

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  5. Comment-Anonymous Cassie

    Oh my, these are too sweet. My mother had an awesome vintage paper doll collection hid in a safe place, when I was a kid (25yrs ago). I begged for them and of course what do mother’s do? Almost anything to make their children happy, including handing over a tip top shape paper doll fortune. Unfortunately, they didn’t last long in the path of my destruction. My girls would love to play with these along with their Mammie!

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  7. Comment-Anonymous Tina @ Babycakes Blog

    My daughter will love those! She just recently got to play a little with a paper dolls and stickers that she got in her McDonalds Happy Meal, and she had so much fun dressing the dolls. I am sure she will love this. Love the magnet idea above too, she’s only three, so that might be easier. Or I could just print the clothes onto a label sheet and make them stickers.

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  9. Comment-Anonymous Dawn

    So adorable!!

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