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Printable Christmas Puppets – Santa, Elf and Reindeer Rudolph

You asked for it, and here they are-our adorable printable Christmas dolls. The set includes three amazing Christmas characters: Santa Claus, Rudolph the Reindeer, and Santa’s Little Helper Elf.

As with the previous set, it includes color and black and white printable templates so you can create even more characters.

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Ready for a fun season! Lots of fun Christmas activities for kids are already planned, and these fun little dolls are one of the first to see the light of day.

These printable Christmas dolls will make this Christmas even more enjoyable before school, in kindergarten and above, or at home. Not only is it incredibly easy (quick) to create, but it’s also fun to play with.

Great for classroom holiday games and pretending to be paper toys.

This time I made 2 sets (color and black and white version). One is “normal” and the other has a thick dotted line for folding, which makes these dolls even easier than before (ideal for preschool and kindergarten).

Ready to play with this funky Christmas paper toy? We are certainly! Let’s DIY.

Cute Christmas printable doll

Cute Christmas hand dollHow to make a printable Christmas paper doll toy

what do you need:

  • Printable model (get the entire set from the membership site here, or get a free elf doll at the end of the tutorial)
  • Heavier printing paper (optimal-to make games easier and last longer)
  • Coloring material for printing models in black and white
  • Scissors
  • Gum

let’s try it!

Watch step-by-step tutorials

Print some or all of the printable Christmas doll paper toy templates. One version has very thick creases to make it easier for toddlers to assemble.

We recommend printing on heavier printing paper (thickness that the printer can handle). This training used 120 grams of paper. The heavier it is, the better.

If you printed your model in black and white, color the details.

After coloring, cut out a part of the pattern. If you are working with the thick line version, cut all the pieces well.

On the other hand, if you are working with a version without thick lines (the dummy has a fold line marked on the side), be sure to cut the dummy loosely, leaving enough space around it to allow the fold line. I recommend it. It is still displayed. , Fold the mannequin and cut it.

Fold along the fold line.

Make the creases clear. We usually help ourselves by doing it in the creases with a craft stick.

Fold the end of the strip …

… And paste them on a paper doll.

Dry the glue before continuing to play the printable Christmas puppet.

Won’t they be fun! I’m sure your kids and classes will have a lot of fun doing this, and it will be even more fun to walk around and open your mouth.

It’s perfect if you’re playing school, as your kid can make all sorts of Santa little helpers and all deer to fly a sleigh.

Merry DIY Christmas!

Printable Christmas dolls for kids

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Get a printable Christmas doll template here

Or get a free elf doll

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Printable Christmas Puppets – Santa, Elf and Reindeer Rudolph

You asked for it and here they are – our lovely printable Christmas puppets. This set includes 3 wondeful Christmas characters – Santa Claus, Rudolph the reindeer and Santa’s little helper the elf.
As with previous sets, both color and black and white printable template are included so you can make even more characters.
*this post contains affiliate links*
We are ready for the jolly season! Tons of fun Christmas activities for kids are already planned and these little fun hand puppets are one of the first to see the light of the day.
These printable Christmas puppets will make this Christmas even more fun, be it in preschool, kindergarten or higher grades or at home. Not only are these insanely easy to make (quick too) they are also fun to play with.te
Perfect to set up a classroom holiday play or to use as pretend play paper toys.
I made two sets this time (both with color and black and white version), one “regular” and one with bolder dashed lines for folding, which will make it even easier than before to make these puppets (perfect for preschoolers and kindergarten).
Ready to play with this funky Christmas paper toy? We sure are! Let’s get crafting.

How to make our Printable Christmas Puppets Paper Toy
What you need:
our printable template (you can grab the full set on our membership site here or get the freebie Elf puppet at the end of the tutorial)
heavier print paper (optimal – as it will make them easier to play with and will make them last longer)
coloring supplies if you will be printing our black and white template
scissors
glue
Let’s make them!
Follow the Step by Step Tutorial
Print out any or all of our printable Christmas puppets paper toy templates. One version has extra bolded fold lines that makes it easier for the younger kids to assemble.
We recommend printing on heavier print paper (as heavy as the printer can manage). We used 120 gms paper in this tutorial. Heavier would be even better.
Color in all the details if you printed our black and white template.
Once colored in cut out the parts of the template. If you are working on the version with bolder lines, cut out all the parts nicely.
If on the other hand you are working with the version without bold lines (the fold lines are marked on the side of the puppet), we recommend you loosely cut out the puppet, leaving enough space around it so that the fold lines are still visible, fold the puppet and then trim it.
Fold along the fold lines.
Make the folds crisp, we usually help ourselves with a craft stick, running it across the fold.
Fold the ends of the paper strips…
…and glue them on the paper puppet.
Let the glue dry before you proceed and play with your printable Christmas puppet.
Fun aren’t they! I am sure your kids or your class will have lots of fun making these, and even more fun running around with these and opening their mouth.
Perfect if you are setting up a school play, as you the kids can make all sorts of different Santa’s little helpers, and all the deer to fly the sleigh.
Happy Christmas crafting!

Watch the Video Tutorial
 

Get the Printable Christmas Puppets Template Here

Or get the free Elf Puppet
Happy crafting!
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