Troy -- boy paperdoll with overalls and balloon (you have to add the string to the balloon!)
Important: If you resize Troy, you must resize his overalls to the same percentage (for instance if you make Troy 25% smaller, you have to make his overalls 25% smaller too.) Some word processing programs automatically resize images that you pull into the software and don't allow you to set the size. If you're having this problem you might want to try using Photoshop Elements to print the paperdolls. if you don't have your own graphics software already installed on your computer, you can also try Paint.net or GIMP, which are both free graphics software that you can download for your PC. Look for tutorials on using these programs on youtube.
You will receive black and white images. Color samples are for watermark purposes.