Monday, March 25, 2013

Paper dolls!

  I just came across these cute paperdolls if anyone wants to copy them feel free to do so. My friend Dorothy said they would probably be good for scrapbooking....I have a real cute one but I don't know where I put her but when I find I will definately put her up for everyone...
 


16 comments:

Ann@A Sentimental Life said...

cute..I must confess I still have all my paper dolls!

~Damita's Pretty Wrap~ said...

What a cute set, love that orange and yellow dress! Happy Monday! xo Holly

Dorothy Crutchfield said...

Oh thanks, Laura, I love that baby one, so cute!! I found I can copy them to heavy card stock on the printer at the library and they turn out perfect. That way I don't use all my ink on my printer at home.
~~Dorothy~~

Musings from Kim K. said...

Some of my favorite vintage paperdoll sets are framed in my craft room. Aren't they fun!

✿Carol✿ said...

When I was a little girl, if I wasn't playing with my Barbies, I was playing with paper dolls! I especially love her little cowgirl outfit and her blue raincoat!

donna said...

Thank you so much for sharing your paper dolls. Paper dolls is one of my favorite things.
Hugs
donna

GardenofDaisies said...

I LOVE your paperdolls!! I played with them as a child, my daughter played with them when she was little, and I still to this day collect them. (Visit my paperdoll page under my blog header when you have a chance.) Over the weekend I found a box of paperdolls just a few dollars... at first I thought it was just for the paperdolls pictured on the outside of the box, but then I realized someone had stuff several other dolls and their clothes in there, too, so it was quite the jackpot! Last night I started to sort it all out... and I think there are about 15 or 16 dolls! So I added several new dolls to my collection for just pennies apiece.

Lori said...

My mom adores paper dolls and I love them, too! These are so cute!

Blessed Serendipity said...

How cute! I loved playing with paperdolls as a child. Sadly I don't think little girls know about paperdolls anymore. Yours is darling.

xo Danielle

chris mckinley said...

The little paperdolls are so sweet!!

chris

Liz said...

Love the cowboy outfit! I have a few paper dolls I would like to frame, but I think my niece would be mad. She has a blast playing with them.

Astrid said...

So cute! I love paper dolls. I just found my Barbie paper doll set from when I was a kid.

Elizabeth Andrus said...

OOHH Laura, I love the 1930's paper doll with her short dresses. It is why my girl characters have such short ones. Your grandson is such a cute little boy. Oh that strawberry blond hair! Your little delivery stork will stand on his own once his center is found. Place your fingers on top of his feet, and tilt him forwards and backwards until he balances. Once balanced, he will return to that position even if he is picked up. Have a wonderful Easter! Elizabeth

Chenille Cottage said...

Hi Laura!
What a thoughtful thing to let us share your pretty paper dolls. I can remember playing with them as a young girl. I spent a lot of time outdoors climbing trees but when it rained I would retreat to the indoors and play with my paper dolls.
Thank you so much for sharing!
Have a wonderful week, my friend.
Smiles,
Carolynn xo

Bumpkin Bears said...

So adorable, love paper dolls. So glad to have visited, Catherine x

Connie said...

This paper dolls are wonderful. I especially like the last one of the infant. I had some like that when I was a child . . . oh so many years ago, LOL. Thanks for the lovely visit to my site and the sweet comment about the rag doll that I made for my granddaughter.
Have a lovely spring day.
Your blogging sister, Connie
Happy Easter!