FREE Indigenous Paper Doll Printable
From T8GP.com (Treaty 8, Grande Prairie)
A few nights ago, a good friend and I were talking about paper dolls. She said when she was a little girl, it was one of her favorite activities, so together we came up with the idea to bring paper dolls back for T8GP subscribers- with an Indigenous flair, of course.
T8GP is an acronym for Treaty 8, Grande Prairie. The website was created in 2019 as a way to amplify Treaty 8 voices, share information, and educate the broader population about Indigenous topics. There is currently an open invitation for community members to submit culturally relevant stories, poetry, and photography to the T8GP Community Blog. And occasionally, there are fun activities, like this one!
The printable is free to use. Simply save the below picture to your desktop and print.
Tips for using the paper doll printable:
It's easier for little hands if you color the page first, then cut out the designs
Print on heavier card stock, if you have it
One boot is missing tabs! Make sure you add those on! :)
These are just a few outfits to get you started. You can also use the template to create your own designs!
We would love to see your completed paper doll! Take a photo and tag us on Instagram at @T8GPdotcom using the hashtag #T8GPpaperdoll.
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Designed by: Andrea Deleeuw