Halloween Paper Dolls

October is the month to celebrate pumpkin flavor everything, fallen leaves and the most important thing to kids, trick or treating. I have an eight year old, a four year old and a two year old and sometimes it’s hard finding little projects that don’t require messy paint and glue.

Our oldest daughter, Juliet is quite the little artist and she’s always drawing something. Lately she’s been drawing costumes of what she wants to be for Halloween this year. Her drawings inspired me to re-create them into little paper dolls. Do you remember the last time you’ve seen or played with paper dolls? I don’t! Juliet has inspired me to bring back paper dolls, something that many of us loved to play with as a little girls and have forgotten all about them.

Inspiration is everywhere and most of my inspiration and creativity comes from my children. Juliet was very much involved with this project. She showed me how her costumes should look like, from the colors they should be, to the stripes and polkadot details. Her eyes lit up when her drawings came to life, so naturally I had to name the paper doll “Juliet”.

Since I have two girls and a boy I couldn’t leave the little boys out so I also made a boy paper doll printable as well.

From scary ghosts to little witches your little ones will enjoy mixing and matching these fun Halloween costumes. Plus paper dolls are a wonderful way to encourage kids to use their imagination and it’s mess free! I love mess free projects!





Here’s what you need:

8.5″x11″ Thick White Card Stock Paper (regular computer paper works, but it won’t be as sturdy)

1. Download and print paper doll printable using the card stock paper.

Download “Little Miss Juliet” from my Trick or Treat Dress Up Paper Doll collection HERE
Download “Little Luke” from my Trick or Treat Dress Up Paper Doll collection HERE
2. Cut around the paper doll. Note: Don’t cut to close to the paper doll, leave a small space, you can also cut the strips that connect the costumes wider or longer which may help hold better.
3. Have fun mixing and matching costumes!




I hope everyone enjoys these cute little paper dolls! Have fun mixing and matching!
  • Becca A.
    October 30, 2017

    These are so stinking adorable! Thank you for sharing. I just cut out a pile of these out with my cricut for my daughter’s halloween party. They were just what the mad scientist called for 😀

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    • paintmepink
      Becca A.
      November 9, 2017

      So glad you like them Becca! I hope everyone had fun! I can only imagine all the little mad scientists! heheh.. By the way cutting them with the circuit cutter is the way to go! 🙂

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