Frida Paper Doll Kit

About the Artist

Frida Kahlo (1907–1954) is considered one of Mexico's greatest artists. During her lifetime, she exhibited her paintings in Paris and Mexico. The feminist movement of the 1970s led to renewed interest in Kahlo's life and work, and she is viewed by many as an icon of female creativity. In addition to her famous self-portraits, the artist is also known for her political activism and marriage to Diego Rivera, as she often incorporated these aspects of her life into her work.

Frida Paper Doll Kit

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$35.00

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Description

Inside this Frida Kahlo paper doll kit you will find an assembled paper doll and 2 sheets of outfits that are fully perforated and easy to punch out. All pieces and the paper doll can be stored in the enclosed envelope. Mini metal brads are used to assemble the doll and allow for playful movement. As you add new dolls to your collection, you can mix and match from each wardrobe, creating infinite new looks.

  • Includes 1 paper doll, 2 perforated sheets of outfits and accessories, 15 mini brads, and 1 storage envelope
  • 12 inches
  • Recommended for ages 8 and up
  • Made in the USA and assembled by hand in NYC


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