Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Barbara Ann by Viv, 1954

A cozy robe for a snowy Wednesday.

I bought a few of these cut Hallmark paper doll cards on eBay last year. Thanks to Teri Pettit, I know this is Barbara Ann by Viv, 1954.

Teri's website is exceptional: She gives you the formats to print out copies of paper dolls from her collection.

Here's a sample of a Barbara Ann page from her website. Click here for more: Teri Pettit.

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Sunday, February 25, 2018

Amy Magic Doll box

Amy Magic Doll, 1965, Whitman

"Her clothes stay on without tabs!"
"Amy stands up in her own plastic base"

That's the copy on the box -- I can't scan it without squashing it -- will try to take a pic later.

I had this one when I was a kid -- loved the static cling effect -- and bought it partly cut on eBay, which allows me to cut and play with it. Feel free to copy her and put tabs on her pajamas.

Sunday, February 18, 2018

The Maple Sisters bedroom, 1910-1911

The Maple Sisters and their furnishings were a Mapl-Flakes giveaway, if you bought two boxes of the cereal. Uncut sheets have gone for hundreds of dollars at auction. 

I'll be posting more pajama paper dolls here as we look forward to Morgantown. 

You can now download a digital copy of the registration form by clicking on the Morgantown image on the side of this page!