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1912 Valentines Paper Dolls

1912 Valentines Paper Dolls

Antique paper dolls and paper toys to make - Joyce hamillrawcliffe - Picasa Web Albums

Antique paper dolls and paper toys to make - Joyce hamillrawcliffe - Picasa Web Albums

My heard SKIPS a beat when I think you you, my Valentine • Vintage girl & jump rope pun Valentine card

My heard SKIPS a beat when I think you you, my Valentine • Vintage girl & jump rope pun Valentine card

Diana Paper Dolls | Collecting Diana 2011

Diana Paper Dolls | Collecting Diana 2011

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Soloillustratori: Le bambole di carta 1

from a large set of unattributed posts.  I find the fold construction interesting.

from a large set of unattributed posts. I find the fold construction interesting.

Terry Tanti

Terry Tanti

Paper Doll Mixed Media Elements in Color and Black/White Digital Collage Print Sheet no143. $2.95, via Etsy.

Paper Doll Mixed Media Elements in Color and Black/White Digital Collage Print Sheet no143. $2.95, via Etsy.

Betsy McCall paper dolls.  New doll and new clothes in each issue of McCall's magazine.  Played with paper dolls for hours at a time!

Betsy McCall paper dolls. New doll and new clothes in each issue of McCall's magazine. Played with paper dolls for hours at a time!

1908 The Lettie Lane Paper Family: Miss Lettie Lane -Paper Doll -artist Sheila Young -Curtis Publishing Co. Philadelphia, PA | Several American women's magazines included pages of paper-based toys for youngsters to cut out and play with. "Good Housekeeping" offered Polly Pratt, beginning in 1919; and "The Ladies Home Journal" included Lettie Lane from 1908 to 1915, Betty Bonnet from 1915 to 1918, and other paper dolls later.

1908 The Lettie Lane Paper Family: Miss Lettie Lane -Paper Doll -artist Sheila Young -Curtis Publishing Co. Philadelphia, PA | Several American women's magazines included pages of paper-based toys for youngsters to cut out and play with. "Good Housekeeping" offered Polly Pratt, beginning in 1919; and "The Ladies Home Journal" included Lettie Lane from 1908 to 1915, Betty Bonnet from 1915 to 1918, and other paper dolls later.

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