Puck Paper Dolls… For Boys?

Thumbnail link image printable paper doll {Click Here for a PDF to Print} {Click Here for a 150 dpi PNG to Print} {Click Here for The Rest of this Series}

Back in May, a reader named Harper told me that I would make a little four year old boy really happy if I did this set. Since I’m always in favor of making small children happy (and because I always need Puck ideas) I decided to go for it. Here we have two Puck superheros in black and white. Tomorrow they will go up in full color, so that people who prefer their paper dolls in color can get their fix as well.

Thumbnail link image printable paper doll {Click Here for a PDF to Print} {Click Here for a 150 dpi PNG to Print} {Click Here for The Rest of this Series}

I am going to confess right now that I have no real idea if the cape will really work. I tested it once with scrap paper and it sort of worked… I think the application of tape might assist in it’s functionality for the average child. Sorry about that. It seemed like a cool idea at the time, but in hindsight, perhaps it needed more testing. I usually try not to post things which I know don’t really work quite right. Placement of the slits might also need to be altered to accommodate the tabs properly.

Additionally, I’d like to wish a very Happy Hanukkah to those readers who, like me, will be lighting candles tonight and mumbling things in Hebrew while trying to fake remembering all the words to those darn prayers you only say once a year. (Maybe I’m the only one who fumbles through the second verse, but surely, I’m not.)

Anyway, best wishes, happy holidays and feel free to drop me a note in the comments. I love hearing from you guys (and see… eventually I do actually do the ideas people suggest… it just takes some time.)

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5 Responses to Puck Paper Dolls… For Boys?

  1. B says:

    Nice job on the super heroes! =)
    And my neighbors across the street are Jewish. I’m not, though I’ve wanted to celebrate Hanukkah. It sounds like it has a lot more meaning than Christmas has these days.

  2. RLC says:

    Hanukkah is actually an pretty minor holiday in the Jewish calendar that got a serious upgrade, because of it’s proximity to Christmas. I like to celebrate it, because I enjoy lighting candles and I think the menorah is pretty… but it’s not very important in the cosmic scheme of Jewish holidays.

  3. DotRot says:

    On this and the colored Puck Super Heroes, the links for the PNG both lead to the first doll. There’s no link to the second doll.

  4. RLC says:

    Opps… typo on my end. Problem fixed. :)

  5. Benisha Abe says:

    Love this!! Please more boys!!!

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