#503 miniMe Paperdolls and free tutorial


And my third sponsor spotlight this week is from 'miniMe paperdolls' … Hannah Stevenson is the founder of art studio Lily&Thistle and of her new creations are these adorable cut-out, dress-me, miniMe paperdolls..i'm showing you images of the girl minime's only, but there are some fantastic miniMe's for boys too… please know that all the printed packages come with a sticky strip.


Once you have bought your favorite set of paperdolls head over to this free turtorial from Hannah and you can see how easily you can laminate and or add velcro or magnets to them, so your children can play much longer with them.Have fun!

..miniMe paperdolls..


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