Paper Dolls of the World: Part 1

I recently joined a Paper Doll Swap. What is this you ask?

It’s a fun way to get ideas, create new projects and meet new people.

Mexican Paper Dolls

For this swap, the subject was Paper Dolls of the World. Everyone was assigned a country, and had to make paper dolls of that particular nationality using their Paper Dolls cartridge. I got Mexico.

Each person designs and makes enough paper dolls to give each other person involved a set. They are then mailed to the host of the swap by the due date set by the host. After she receives all of the dolls, she then mails out large set containing one of each of the sets of dolls sent in by each participant. The end result is you get a variety of designs and projects for your one.

Paper dolls for swap

The deadline for this swap was August 30. I finished mine and have sent them already. Now I’m just waiting excitedly for my package of Paper Dolls of the World. I’ll post more when the swap is finished, but since mine were done, I just couldn’t wait to share with you.

Keep an eye out for Part 2 of this series where I’ll show you all the other dolls from the other countries.

If you can think it… you can Cri-cut!

5 Responses

  1. tajeffries Says:

    I love all those cute little people, they made me smile 🙂 Great Job!!

  2. 4kids4 Says:

    These dolls are just adorable! Now I know I NEED Everyday Paper Dolls…!! Thanks for sharing!

  3. LisaRN499 Says:

    The dolls are sooo cute!!! I can’t believe you did so many of them! I want the original PDDU as well. I know it would be fun to make for my Granddaughters!

  4. iluv2scrap206 Says:

    These are adorable… what a wonderful swap

  5. scootingranny Says:

    I would love to have these paper dolls. They are so well done and would look so good in one of my Mexico scrapbooks. Thanks for sharing and for offering these to some lucky someone!

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