Tutorial – Magnet Fun – Paper Dolls!

Tutorial – Magnet Fun – Paper Dolls!

Hello Some Odd Girl Fans!  Kimberly Wiener here!

I am so excited to be here and have a really fun and easy project for you.  

I thought it would so much fun to use Kaylee’s Closet Wardrobe Clear Stamp Set to make a magnet version of “Paper Dolls”!

Most of us like to upcycle, and I try to do this any chance that I get.  I put aside some thin magnetic sheets that were left over from some die packaging.  I repurposed some that I had, however, you can purchase thin magnet sheet material for under $10 on Amazon, to use with double sided tape, or Darice makes a thin magnetic sheet with adhesive already affixed for under $10.  

I have included step-by-step images for you to follow along!


Here’s my supply list:

Kaylee’s Closet Wardrobe Clear Stamp Set
thin magnetic sheets
Be Creative double sided tape
detail scissors
65lb or less weight paper
Acrylic blocks
Memento Tuxedo Black ink
Assorted Copics.

Let’s get started!

Gather your supplies.  Stamp Kaylee’s Closet images on lightweight paper.  Trim around images. Trim a piece of double sided tape the size of the area you will need for your images.  

*It is important to ensure that you have the correct magnetic side face down for your project, so test it on your fridge and ensure it is face down and you are working on the non-magnetic side so that your magnets will stay up!  

Apply the double sided tape to the corner edges of your metal sheet and remove the protective backing.  Affix trimmed images to the tape layer.

PAGE01 Color all images and cut them out.  Place on the fridge.  Rearrange.  Repeat!  PLAY!


I had a BLAST making this project, and it comes together so fast and easy!  I definitely will be making more with other stamps to create fun scenes or for holiday decor!

We would love to see your fave Some Odd Girl costume-themed stamps all colored up and to make sure we don’t miss your fab creations tag it with #SOMEODDGIRL and don’t forget to join the huge ODDtoberfest celebration in our Facebook Community!



  1. Such fun, I loved paper dress-up dolls as a child… and obviously still do, Jo x

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