“Let it go! Let it go! Can’t hold it back anymore.”
We have been on a Frozen frenzy since we first saw the movie. My twin girls especially relate to the love between two sisters. I found these on Facebook and was so excited!! The paper dolls are a wonderful find, as most of the Frozen merchandise is a hard to find and costly!! These paper dolls are…free!!
Cory Jensen has created these and offers them free for download on his Facebook page. He gave me permission to share them here, and I am so happy he agreed!
He has so many paper dolls, ranging from Snow White to Marilyn Monroe. Your visit to his site would be time well-spent!! His Facebook page is here. He recently posted that his next creation will be Maleficent; the evil villain from Sleeping Beauty. Think Angelina Jolie.
Here is where we started with our dolls:
I cut out all the dolls, then glued the small ones to a file folder. The larger dolls I left alone as I wanted my girls to be able to stand them up and play with them interactively.
We then went to laminate!! I laminated one file folder with the small dolls. The clothing and larger dolls were laminated individually.
After laminating, I cut them out again (not nearly as time consuming the second time)! I used Velcro to fasten the dresses to the paper dolls. You could just as easily use magnets. I just had some Velcro on hand!! For the file folder, I add a plastic bag to hold the pieces and just Velcro that inside the folder to hold the clothing. That way the pieces don’t get lost!
Wah-lah!! This was a hit with my girls. Wonderful for quiet time at home or church or, let’s face it, anytime!!
Here are the bigger dolls as they stand alone. Notice that Kristoff and Hans are also available, as shown above.
Here I show how I put some Velcro on the back of the larger dolls so they can be put into a file folder if we so desire.
Don’t you love the little Olaf!!
Here are the Facebook pages to find the Frozen dolls. Be sure to check out his other creations. He recently posted a coloring page, Every Girl is a Princess, because don’t all little girls deserve to be a princess? Your little one can color the doll and the clothes for herself. Darling! I especially like that on the doll he put: “I am a princess and I am smart, kind, caring, brave, and I am beautiful.” All of us can use a little more “princess” by that definition.
For the Big Frozen Paper Dolls, there are 9 pages of printables. Click on each picture and you will be able to scroll through them all.
Underneath each page on the right side, you will find a Download icon. Save to your computer and print!
Thank you Cory for being so generous to share your talents with us all–free of charge!! You have a gift!
So, for today, “Let it go” and have a great weekend!!