Saturday, October 31, 2015

A Free Coloring Pages E-Book For The Stick'em & Collect' em Dolls

My Mother and I did a lot of shopping together and thought that, instead of shopping, it would be nice every once in awhile to get together for a few hours a day to complete a quick and easy craft project.   So, I put together a few ideas that I thought might be fun to do together.

One of the quick and easy craft projects I thought we could do was to make a collection of little doll ornaments made out of popsicle sticks.  Unfortunately my Mom and I never got to put them together for one of our crafting days so I decided put them together and create free e-patterns to share.

So, please meet the Stick'Em and Collect'Em Series of doll ornaments.

If ever there was a "wild and crazy" bunch of dolls it would have to be the "Stick'em and Collect'em Series" of wood stick doll ornaments.

They love to be collected and can will fit in with any primitive, country, Victorian, shabby/chic, or vintage home decor.

They just love to hang out with each other.

Stick'em and collect'em. They'll fit right in.

"Susie, Stick'em & Collect'em" is the prankster of the group.  She just loves a good joke and loves punking her friends.  Watch out she may pull a prank on you.  Her free e-pattern is here.

"Sammy, Stick'em & Collect'em" is the most inquisitive of the stick dolls.  She's always wondering why this or why that.  So much so that it drives the other stick dolls crazy.  She's probably got a question for you.  Her free e-pattern is here.

"Sandy, Stick'em & Collect'em" is a bit of a wise cracker and the smartest stick doll of the group. She gets into trouble a lot and ends up having to apologize to someone at least once a day. Has she apologized to you yet?  Her free e-pattern is here.

"Sally, Stick'em & Collect'em" is the shyest stick doll of the group and can often be seen blushing.  Her free e-pattern is here.

And, now, you can get their free coloring pages and printables pages e-book.  Now you can create them, color them, and print them.

The Stick'em & Collect'em e-book contains 6 coloring pages and the Stick'em & Collect'em story.

 I hope you enjoy having fun with the Stick'em & Collect'em dolls.

To view and download my free e-book please CLICK HERE. You'll be brought to Google Drive where you can view our free e-book. Then just download our free .pdf e-book by clicking on the down arrow in the top center.

For more information on all my free e-patterns, e-printables and e-books please CLICK HERE.

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