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Using the provided printable files and white card stock, print as many paper doll images as you would like. In addition, you will want to print a sheet of the printable pattern page. These patterns can then be cut out and used over and over. First, choose paper or fabric that you would like to use for the doll's outfit. Then, trace the pattern pieces onto the fabric or paper that has been chosen. You can also make up your own pattern and make something even more creative. Once the patterns have been traced, carefully cut out each part of the doll's outfit.
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