Halloween AG Doll Printables

Halloween AG Doll Printables

I love browsing the American Girl Doll selection of handcrafted items on Etsy. I find so many great ideas on there. I recently discovered the eVintage Patterns Etsy shop and purchased her Halloween AG Doll Printables Pack. It is chock-full of wonderful treats for your American Girl dolls.

Halloween AG Doll Printables

{image source: eVintage Patterns, used with permission}

The Halloween AG Doll Printables Pack is 35 pages long and is in full color.  It includes vintage Halloween Magazines, Coloring Books, a Crayon Pack, Costumes, Board Games, Wall Decorations, Treat Bags, Candy Bars, Halloween postcards, and more.  All perfectly scaled for American Girl and other 18 inch dolls!

We certainly haven’t had a chance yet to print and make everything that is included.   However,  I thought I would share some of the things my daughters have made so far.

Halloween AG Doll Printables

The printable candy and treat bags were the reason I bought the pack.  So cute!  I printed the labels on cardstock.  I think it would be even more realistic to print them on paper that has a little bit of a gloss to it.  We will probably do that when we make some more.

As I was assembling the candy bars, I stuffed them with a little bit of Fiberfill to help them hold their shape.  You could also certainly make candy bars out of polymer clay and use that with the printable wrappers.

The treat bags are adorable.   There are 2 different designs included. I printed these on sturdy cardstock and assembled them using Scotch tape.  You want the good tape for these.  I used the satin Scotch tape that is meant for gift wrap.  You can hardly see it.

Halloween AG Doll Printables

The Crayon printables that are included are favorites with my daughters.  They had so much fun making little crayons out of polymer clay and putting them in the crayon wrappers.  We didn’t get them sized exactly right for the boxes, but it doesn’t matter.  Aren’t the little Halloween Magazines and coloring books included in this Halloween AG Printables pack just precious?

Halloween AG Doll Printables

Last, but not least, we printed the Halloween post cards.  No assembly required for those.  We just had to cut them out.  Just great for using with the doll mailbox we made back in February.  You can even write little messages on the back of the cards if you want.

The Halloween AG Doll Printables Pack from eVintage Patterns has a regular price of $4.99, but it is currently on sale for $4.24.  In addition, right now if you buy 2 packs, you get a third free.  I bought the Halloween and Christmas packs and was able to get the Valentine’s Day pack for free.

Carol, the owner of eVintage Patterns, truly couldn’t be nicer.  She told me that she has plans to come out with new packs for Easter and Summertime.  So be sure to keep an eye out for those as well.

For all that was included, I thought the Halloween AG Doll Printables Pack was a great deal.  My daughters have enjoyed making all these fun goodies and there is still plenty left for them to do. To get your own Halloween printables pack, be sure to visit the eVintage Patterns Etsy shop. Happy crafting!

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5 Responses to Halloween AG Doll Printables

  1. julianne says:

    your new website jen, is amazing did you see the printables for christmas there was even more stuff that you can get and its by the same etsy seller thanks 4 making this blog its awesome. from your canadian friend julianne

    • Jen says:

      Thanks for visiting Julianne! I bought the Christmas printables too but I haven’t had a chance to make anything yet. From what I have seen of it so far, it is just as cute as the Halloween one.

  2. rella says:

    i love this printable jen its awesome is there even more printouts you can buy from etsy
    from Rella tenshire

    • Jen says:

      Thanks for visiting! That seller currently has a Christmas and Valentine’s Day pack. She said she will also be coming out with an Easter one soon.

  3. Angelique says:

    I love the crayons – I thought they were real lol. I’ll have to try & make some for my goddaughter. :o)

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