Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Free Paper Dolls & I'm Giving Away an American Girl Doll, Girl of the Year 2016 - Lea

When I was a child I loved Raggedy Ann and Andy. I also loved paper dolls, so if you could put them together and have Raggedy Ann and Andy paper dolls . . . well, it would be difficult to find a more perfect combination . . . or at least I would have thought so when I was a child! So, as I browsed on Pinterest, I was very happy to find a link for Raggedy Ann and Andy paper dolls which you can print  . . . if I had a granddaughter I'd definitely print them for her! Just follow this link and you'll find a page where you can download the paper dolls for free!

So, what about you? Did you like paper dolls when you were young? 

Today American Girl dolls are a huge hit with girls and on the wish list for nearly all of them! They are beautiful dolls and I really like how they come with their own "story" which teaches about history or problems and issues girls might face in their own lives.

I'm very happy for the opportunity to give away one American Girl Doll, Girl of the Year 2016 - Lea, Doll & Book  in two  months on May 30, 2013! You will find all the details about this lovely doll, her "story" and how you can be in the drawing at this link, and if you share here about one of the dolls you had - and loved - as a child, you'll receive an additional entry!

6 comments:

  1. I still have my Raggedy Ann and Strawberry Shortcake dolls from my childhood. Those were my two favorites. My Aunt also made a larger Raggedy Ann doll that had my same eye/hair color.

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  2. I loved my Laura Ingalls Doll.

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  3. I had (and still have) a doll that looked just like my aunt Patricia Ann (that was the doll's name as well). My aunt passed away about the same time I got the doll when I was 7.

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  4. I loved dolls as a child (still do😊) and I had many that I loved, but I think my barbies were my favorite!! Now I enjoy the AG dolls along with my daughter! ♡MaddieandMaddiesMom

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  5. I loved my birdie doll when I was a kid.

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  6. Thank you for the Raggedy Ann paper doll link. My daughter really enjoyed it. When I was young I actually had a Raggedy Ann doll that is now in my daughters room.

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