Haley's rainy day doll

Haley’s rainy day doll

We’re really excited around here about our new Paper Doll Kit. Our staff can’t seem to get enough of it–many of us and our families have been spending countless hours coming up with fun ensembles and paper doll characters (and their pets)– and we’re not done yet!

We thought we’d start sharing some of the doll creations that have been circulating the halls here. (The dolls shown here were created by Haley, daughter of Rhonda in HR, with some help from brother Evan, and by our summer intern Tracy.)

More to come — we hope you enjoy this new kit as much as we do!

P.S. A great tip from Crysia, the store manager at PS in Boston: in addition to the removable adhesive dots in the kit, try using Xyron repositionable adhesive for doll clothing and accessories– great for using those outfits again and again.

PS colors: gravel & chocolate
Latest fave: Teflon bone folder

pilot paper doll2

go go paper doll2

ballerina paper doll2

redhead paper doll2

robin paper doll2Ballerina and go-go gal made by Haley; pilot made by Tracy; robin hood and redhead made by Haley and Evan.


3 Responses

  1. Seriously cute! I love your store. I use the papers all the time when I make my clients’ notebooks… with all the invoices, bills, contracts. It helps to have something beautiful to look at when you’re scratching your head over ‘contractor-speak.’

    The readhead with the one shoulder dress is my favorite! Go Haley and Evan!

  2. Geralyn Gray says:

    These look like fun….when my daughter was little I did the paper dolls on the magnets from a xyron machine and put them low on the refrigerator so she was busy, while I was in the kitchen.

  3. Bill says:

    That Robin Hood is actually not Robin Hood. It is Link from the video game Zelda.