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  1. Paper dolls are figures cut out of paper or thin card, with separate clothes, also made of paper, that are usually held onto the dolls by paper folding tabs. They may be a figure of a person, animal or inanimate object. Paper dolls have been inexpensive children's toys for almost two hundred years.
  2. Paper dolls, particularly vintage pieces, require some effort to maintain their value and charm. When storing paper dolls, keep them out of sunlight and away from fluorescent lighting. It is important to place them in acid-free plastics and avoid exposing them to excessive dryness or heat.
  3. Adorable Lettie Lane paper dolls designed by Sheila Young and published the Ladies Home Journal during the Edwardian era. Very charming paper dolls great for the collector or use in your paper crafts; .
  4. Paper dolls help budding fashionistas express themselves. If your child is interested in fashion design, this is a great activity to get the imagination going. Consider having a fashion show with paper dolls, showing your child's best creations.
  5. Lyrics to 'Paper Doll' by The Mills Brothers. I'm gonna buy a paper doll that I can call my own A doll that other fellows cannot steal And then the flirty, flirty guys with their flirty, flirty eyes Will have to flirt with dollies that are real.
  6. Random House Children's Books Barbie Paper Dolls Activity Set ~ 4 Paper Barbie Dolls, Over Clothes and Accessories, Over 30 Outfits, and 50+ Barbie Stickers (Barbie Party Supplies Bundle) out of 5 stars 1. $ $ 6. Get it as soon as Tue, Jul 7. .
  7. Download paper doll free vectors. Choose from over a million free vectors, clipart graphics, vector art images, design templates, and illustrations created by artists worldwide!
  8. Paper Dolls Around the World: Korea Sneak some learning into paper doll play with an Asia Pacific paper doll. Kids learn facts about Korea as they color, then try to guess the country. 1st grade.
  9. May 20,  · Eighteenth-century iterations of paper dolls — hand-painted figures marketed to wealthy Europeans — were nearly as rarefied as the real-life versions of Author: Katherine Cusumano.

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