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Giveaway! Win Mini Me Paper Dolls from Lily & Thistle

This week’s giveaway is a $30 Gift Certificate for MiniMe Paper doll made by artise Hannah Stevenson of Lilly & Thistle Art Studio.

You know we love a good paper doll here at Modern Kiddo!

But imagine finding a paper doll that looks like your little girl or boy. Enter Hannah Stevenson, a brilliant and charming artist who decided to bring back the wonders of paper dolls for her own children and has extended the offer to you. She has created beautiful paper dolls with bewitching little dresses that will be played with for hours and hours and hours.

Included in your Standard Paper Doll kit, wrapped gift-ready are the following:

  • Personalized hand drawn and digitally colored MiniMe doll with name stand(see options under ORDERING INSTRUCTIONS on the side of your screen)
  • Six adorable outfits (Spring Line)
  • Amazing reusable adhesive strip so you have the option of playing with or without tabs!
  • “All About Me” pages (four pages for your favorite girl to fill out and keep as a memento).
  • A CD with custom doll, outfits and “All About Me” pages for reprinting.
  • All pages are printed using high quality archival inks on beautiful premium grade textured art paper.***
  • Paper dolls can be played with, framed, or used in scrap booking. Print them out as many times as you would like!

Or you can splurge for $10 more and get a paper doll that is customized to your daughter’s wishes! I don’t know if there is anything physically more awesome than this.  Just think of the time I would have been able to save instead of having to draw glasses on all of my paper dolls…

Enter to win this really wonderful giveaway by doing any of the following:

  1. Leave a comment (natch) and tell us about your favorite paper doll memory (if you have one)
  2. Follow us Google Alerts
  3. Follow us on Twitter, @modernkiddo
  4. If you already follow us on twitter, tweet about this giveaway—don’t forget to include @modernkiddo in the tweet please!
  5. “Like” this on Facebook (see below!)

And if you do all of them, you will be entered five times. Whoohoo!

Thanks and good luck!

Included in your gift ready package will be:
* Personalized hand drawn and digitally colored MiniMe doll with name stand(see options under ORDERING INSTRUCTIONS on the side of your screen)

* 6 adorable outfits (Spring Line)

* Amazing reusable adhesive strip so you have the option of playing with or without tabs!

* “All About Me” pages (four pages for your favorite girl to fill out and keep as a memento).

* A special “Keepsake Doll Set” that is signed and dated by the artist Hannah Stevenson.

* A CD with custom doll, outfits and “All About Me” pages for reprinting.

*** All pages are printed using high quality archival inks on beautiful premium grade textured art paper.***

Paper dolls can be played with, framed, or used in scrap booking. Print them out as many times as you would like!

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  1. Chickything says

    I made my own paper dolls when I was a kid. I really enjoyed that. I use crepe paper for ruffles.

  2. Katie Stephenson says

    I think I loved cutting them out most of all. Strike that, I loved buying them the best. I also loved that my mom would help me cut them and play with them–with me.

  3. RocketGirl says

    As a child, my favorite were making the accordion paper dolls. But my new favorite paper doll memory? I bought a cardboard dollhouse for my niece, and after assembling it, we made paper dolls from all the squares, rectangles and circles we’d popped out of the pattern. Paper dolls live on!

  4. RocketGirl says

    (I’m getting an error when I try to like! :()

  5. Dottie says

    That is weird. It was working for me–hmm…. I did it in Firefox. Would anyone else mind trying like and seeing if it works?

  6. Ellen Marie "Mama" Pike says

    I can’t remember the names of the paper dolls I had when young ( I was born in 1956 :), but I remember how much fun they were! I have 5 grandchildren ages 2 -10 so I would love to win!

  7. heather says

    i love paper dolls. the ginghams were my favorites! i have already one something so don’t count me in!

  8. tara furnas says

    these are totally cool! I don’t have a paper doll memory really. But i do think I played with them when I was younger. I really love them now too 🙂

  9. Kristen says

    I’ve been obsessed with these dolls since I saw them a few days ago. I thought I would buy this for an upcoming birthday girl, but I’m sure my daughter will have her own full set as well.

  10. Valerie says

    oh! I would love to win! I just discovered lilly and thistle and love it–my twin girls would just fall in love with these paper dolls!

  11. Betsy says

    I had a Princess Diana paper dolls which now makes me cringe. My little neighbor would love these paper dolls.

  12. tee says

    I follow you on twitter/thatsitmommy

  13. tee says

    I like on facebook (it took awhile but it finally went through).

  14. tee says

    I remember creating clothes for paper dolls. I suppose I didn’t like the outfits that came with them. I also remember cutting the dolls out of a book. I wish I could remember more… =)

  15. Jami Lippens says

    I loved paper dolls when I was little. It was something my mom and I played together a lot. I would love to win this giveaway 🙂

  16. Melanie says

    When I was little I wanted nothing more than a doll that looked like me: dark brown hair and green eyes. For some reason we could never find one (unless it was a Scarlett O’Hara doll but I had no idea who she was when I was really little). All the dark haired dolls had blue eyes and only the red headed dolls had green eyes. I’m sure things have changed a bit considering you can now get dolls of many different races. Anyway, this is a fantastic giveaway. I’m sure my little blue-eyed beauty would love a paper doll of herself.

  17. melanie says

    Okay, I am now following you on Twitter. Weird, I thought I already was but I guess I was just following Alex.

  18. forex robot says

    Wow this is a great resource.. I’m enjoying it.. good article

  19. Lisa says

    I remember when I was younger I also played with such things. It is so cute!

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