The dress-up doll – a wonderfully simple DIY that every kindergarten age child should enjoy!
With the Magnetic foil from Skullpaper A simple dress-up doll can become a cool craft adventure. You can find the print template for a dress-up doll for free download on the Lila-wie-Liebe blog.
All you need is an inkjet printer Magnetic foil and scissors for cutting out. This film is ready to use immediately after printing. Of course, you can also print photos and children's drawings on magnetic foil... it works really well and is a really great, personal gift idea for relatives and friends!
The film sticks to all magnetic surfaces (refrigerators, whiteboards, cake trays, kitchen fronts, etc.) and can be easily removed from the surface.
Thats how it works
- Download the file (see below) and make a test print on an A4 sheet.
- Insert the magnetic sheet into the inkjet printer (always as a single sheet - I always use the rear paper tray of the printer)
- Set the print settings to the highest quality and select “Glossy” paper (for the magnetic foil). Then you print out the dress-up doll. Let the paint dry for a moment.
Now you can cut out the dress-up doll (or have older children cut it out) and off you go!
By using the magnetic foil, the dress-up doll is nice and stable and can be put on and taken off again and again! She wears a dress, shirt/pants, swimsuit with armbands, sun hat, Santa hat and much more.