Today is Pink Saturday! Time to play! In the spirit of play I am going to share with you all some fun paper dolls I picked up recently at My Father's Daughter. It brought back wonderful memories of playing with paperdolls with my two older sisters. What fun it was to pick them out, cut out their clothes, make up story lines and interact with the other dolls we already had. Does anybody remember the Green Acres paper dolls? My sister had those. Za Za had such fabulous outfits! Well these paper dolls are a little older than any ones I played with but they are in fabulous shape. Here they are:
This is the front cover of the storybook. Love her pink coat!
This is the title page-Ibelieve it says 1947,1948, Simon and Shuster.
This is the back of the book where the little paper dolls are tucked into their beds for sleep time.
Above is the middle of the story where Jim and Judy play with 1000s of butterflies and flowers. Then they go and pick apples out of a Farmer's orchard. Apparently he doesn't mind them stealing from him. Below is their clothes closet which contains most of their original clothes.
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I am a slave to my furry children a doting crazy aunt, My grandma Grace introduced me to embroidery and thus began my love affair with crafts. I love shabby chic/ cottage decor. My favorite colors are pink/gren and yellow/periwinkle. I live in Lawrence Kansas home to Kansas University and Haskell.