Oh, this is the cutest freebie! I wish I had some little ones to enjoy these with.
It would make a great activity for a rainy day or when the kids are getting a little bored.
The shapes are fairly simple to cut out so even the younger children can give it a try.
The Gnomie Paper Doll wears a nightie for bedtime and has three additional outfits to wear. One for apple picking, another for gardening and a cute little dress she wears while naturing animals.
Also included in the gnome inspired paper toys set is a movable paper puppet, three finger puppets, a hanging mobile and a fun game of gnome bowling.
All you need to do is print them out on 60 lb. cardstock.
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