Ready to paint blank figurines and dolls

blank figurines to paint

Spunnys ready to paint figurines and dolls are plastic free alternatives to styrofoam products. They are completely made of paper and are very easy to paint and decorate. You can use any type of paint,  crayons, markers, and even pencils.

Several sizes and body types to choose from

To see our wide selection of dolls and figurines, please visit our online store

ready to paint figurines made of paper

Our ready to paint figurines come in several sizes and shapes. The shortest one is about 1.5″. The tallest one is about 2.5″.

Note that each blank figurine has a flat bottom and can stand up on its own without a pedestal. 

Also, each figurine has a little hole at the bottom. This makes painting them very convenient as they can be mounted on wooden picks, so you don’t risk getting paint on your fingers.

SPUNNYS ready to paint figurines – how to use

SPUNNYS blank figurines are like miniature 3D blank canvasses. Any paint, color markers or drawing supplies that work on paper will also work on spun cotton. And because they are very absorbent, paint dries fast, which make them very quick and fun to decorate.

Craft materials such as paper, cardboard, felt, fabric, and pipe cleaners can also be used.

Finally, all of Spunnys blank paintable figurines have a little hole at the bottom. This is a nifty feature because you can mount them on picks and hold on to the picks while you work on them. This way you will not get paint on your fingers. 

Project examples

Spunnys ready to paint paper figurines have very simple lines and are very versatile. You can easily turn them into miniature people, mini animals, little snowmen ornaments, birds, monsters, fairies,  princesses, super-heroes…They are great at fostering creativity

The last picture shows how you can use the figurines as cake toppers as well. To do so, simply insert a toothpick in the bottom home of the figurine.

If you have any questions about Spunnys blank figures, please do not hesitate to let us know.  We always love to hear from you.

2 thoughts on “Ready to paint blank figurines and dolls

  1. What is the smallest and biggest width?

    1. Hi Matt,
      All the detailed measurements can be found here:
      Let me know if you have any other questions!

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