Reflecto Girl Paper Doll

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Make your own Reflecto Girl paper doll 🙂

All you need is some cardboard (maybe from  an old cereal box); some paper (I used the back of some sketchbook pages I'd already used); a pencil; some paint or crayons and some scissors (careful with those!) All you need is some cardboard (maybe from an old cereal box); some paper (I used the back of some sketchbook pages I’d already used); a pencil; some paint or crayons and some scissors (careful with those!)

First draw a picture of Renee in her underwear First draw a picture of Renee in her underwear (include a semi circle at the base which will form part of the stand)

colour her colour her

cut her our (remembering to cut around the semi-circle at the base, not around her feet) cut her out (remembering to cut around the semi-circle at the base, not around her feet)

You might find at this point that she flops over a little when you stand her up.  If so, you can draw around her on another piece of card, and make her stiffer by sticking that to the back with a little water-based glue You might find at this point that she flops over a little when you stand her up. If so, you can draw around her on another piece of card, and make her stiffer by sticking that to the back with a little water-based glue

Now draw her some clothes.  I chose to draw her Reflecto Girl costume and her dungarees which she wore over her costume in episode 3 - but you can make any clothes you like, and as many as you like.  Place the cardboard doll on a piece of paper and draw round her.  You can hold them up on a window if you're having difficulty seeing through your paper (this will also help with seeing where the neck and feet are).  Once you have the outlines drawn, you can use your imagination in drawing the clothes. Now draw her some clothes. I chose to draw her Reflecto Girl costume and her dungarees which she wore over…

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2 thoughts on “Reflecto Girl Paper Doll

    • Excellent. I used to love it too. Remember when you could buy books of them, filled with clothes and stuff you could cut out? Back then though, I never thought of making my own. It’s a brilliant eco-friendly, imagination-inspiring activity for children isn’t it? 🙂

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