My Paper Dolls
Note: None of these paper dolls is for sale. Also, covers and pages have been cropped. Before proceeding, please read this.
All of these images are of paper dolls in my personal collection and were scanned by me in my own home on an HP scanner. They have not been borrowed from any other site, though other sites may have borrowed from me.
My Barbie® paper dolls are up here. These are mostlyfrom the 1970s and early 1980s.
Trixie Belden - Some people liked Nancy Drew, but I preferred Trixie and the Bob-Whites. I loved reading her mysteries! And I have two different paper doll versions of Trixie, here is one of them. I understand there are at least four.
Here are The Archies! They aren't in very good shape, I'm afraid.
The Archies (book)
Not shown: Jughead and Reggie.
I have a small collection of Disney paper dolls. Snow White is my favorite princess and I have found a few sets of paper dolls featuring her. I finally got some Sleeping Beauty ones at a supermarket near me. I missed out on some a few years ago. I have most of the major characters, including three different Little Mermaid sets. Note: I have not put up the pictures of SB and the latest LM yet.
The Ginghams, one of my favorite series. I just love the time period and they are so lovely in their detail. I have three different books, all played with, and they got sort of mixed up. I haven't taken the time to sort them out, yet. Also, some of the boxed ones which have not been opened so far.
Remember the Honey Hill Bunch®? Plus, Donny and Marie and Starr®, click here.
These were one of my favorites as a kid. Thanks to Minx Kelly (visit her page Second Childhood) I now know the set is called Sugar and Spice. I think the little girls are so pretty and I love their clothes! I am only showing a few of their lovely dresses.
Above left-right:Nancy, Sally, Tinker, and Heather
Above left-right:Leslie and Jackie
Above: Examples of some of their outfits
Fashions of the Gilded Age ,(Tom Tierney is a wonderful pd artist!), and some Japanese animé ones that were a gift from a doll collector in Japan. HERE
Madeline that adorable French orphan from the Ludwig Bemelmans' books.
Katy Keene, the most glamorous comic book character ever!
These are Katy Keene "Romance" paper dolls. Basically, the book chronicles Katy's Hollywood adventures after she arrives to take a stab at acting. She meets Randy Van Ronson, the world's wealthiest (and youngest!) tycoon who naturally takes a shine to Katy. Randy also happens to be the cousin of Katy's longtime rival, Gloria Granbilt.
Batman and Robin (Walmart exclusive) featuring Batgirl and Poison Ivy. Okay, these do not look like the actors and actresses, but rather comic book characters. I like it that way, actually. There are four dolls: Batman/Bruce Wayne, Robin/Dick Grayson, Batgirl/Barbara Wilson (I want to say Gordon!), and Poison Ivy/Pamela Isley.
Click here to see them all.
Paper Doll Links:
Paper Doll Bulletin Board - Just like what it sounds
Fancy Ephemera - homepage of pd artist Brenda Sneathan Mattox
OPDAG - Original Paper Doll Artists Guild homepage
Paper Doll Café - nice page of a Danish paper doll artist/enthusiast
Marilee's Paper Dolls Page - Marilee has a fabulous list of links, including to many printable paper dolls.
Just For Kids Catalog - Not just for kids, a great selection of paper dolls for sale.
Please visit again, as I hope to keep adding and improving pictures and information.
LAST UPDATED 07/28/03
Please, don't lift any of the images - THANKS!!!
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