Here's a set featuring cowboy Roy Rogers and Dale Evans. This set was made by Whitman. it's a partially cut set and may be missing items. This was published in 1954 and features two heavy dolls in a lovely folder.
Above is another Lalaloopsy paper doll featuring the MGA character Jewel Sparkle. Jewel is a princess and she has 1 cat costume, 1 robe, and 1 top with matching skirt. She has a tiara and three sets of shoes along with her pet cat and some perfume. Like the other lalaloopsy paper dolls, this was drawn using Adobe Illustrator.
One of the things I love about the Dressograph paper dolls is some of the unusual poses used for the dolls. Above is Victor Casmore, an opera star with three outfits and three matching hats. This dressograph was published in the St. Louis Dispatch on August 6, 1933.
Here is another cut out page from Grace G Drayton. This one is Goldilocks and the Three Bears and is the first one in the new series, it is dated 1913. I have the story page for this one as well, (which is on a separate page)
Aside from the Dolly Dingle Series, Grace G Drayton also did a Cut-Out Series featuring Grimm Fairy Tales. The one above is Hansel and Gretel and includes illustrations of the characters and set items. On the back of this page is a lovely ad for hats.
Show above are Dolly Dingle's Mother And Father. Her mother has two outfits and 1 hat, including a lovely nursing costume. Her father has two outfits and two hats, both military uniforms. Both dolls were drawn by Grace G Drayton and published in the Pictorial Review. Both sets were printed in 1918.