Saturday, December 10, 2016

Jackie Cooper

Here is a movie dressograph featuring a child star Jackie Cooper.  He has two outfits and two coats along with two pairs of shoes and two hats.  This was published in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Sunday magazine for February 14th (Valentine's Day) 1932.

Thursday, December 8, 2016

Armand Marsellie 401 "Flapper"

This lovely two page paper doll was drawn by Karen Reilly and published in Doll Reader Magazine for the March/April 2006 Issue.  The doll has 3 outfits with matching hats and some accessories including a very cute dog. 

Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Etta Kett Play Fashions

Here is a newspaper doll featuring the character Etta Kett.  She has 5 outfits.  This was published May 13, 1934.

Sunday, December 4, 2016

Betty Jean

Here is a single page paper doll from Wee Wisdom magazine featuring Betty Jean.  Betty was designed by Sarah Irons and redrawn by Dorothy Wagstaff.  The doll has three dresses, two tops and one skirt.  She was published in March 1953.  The colors are red, white, and black.

Thursday, December 1, 2016

ME Christmas

Here are two more Mary Engelbreit paper doll sheets.  I do not have years on these, but both are from December and feature Christmas outfits.  The top paper doll is Goldilocks, she has two outfits ad lots of tiny accessories, this is a later ME sheet.  Below is Mikayla with two outfits and two hats along with lots of accessories as well.  Oh, it's my birthday!  I was planning on doing a paper doll of a doll cake but haven't found time! I started a pinterest board for inspiration. link here

Wednesday, November 30, 2016


April 1947 artist Elaine Ends

Fern Bisel Peat

Here is a two page paper doll from Children's Playmate featuring a dutch doll and four outfits, with one hat.  The paper doll was drawn by Elaine Ends and published in April 1947.  I've also scanned the inside pages that include art by Fern Bisel Peat.

Sunday, November 27, 2016

Little Louise and Her Pets

This is a single page paper doll with clothes on the back that are to be traced and made into homemade clothing.  This is from Good housekeeping Magazine.  The only date I have on it is 02-09 which I think means February 1909 not 2009 however I think this is a reproduction because the paper is so bright.  I believe (though not signed) the artist is Shelia Young. If anyone has information about this possible reprint, please let me know.