Wednesday, August 19, 2015

STAR TREK Paper Dolls by Tom Tierney.

 1995.  Collector's Edition TV Guide.  STAR TREK.  Spring 1995.  I decided to separate out the paper dolls from the article I posted earlier on this blog.  Here are four costumes for female characters that appeared in STAR TREK and later versions of the show.  There are four more costumes that I will post soon.  I will also post the male characters.  Tom Tierney created a base paper doll to use for all the female characters.  Also, I am not sure if costumes were printed to actually fit on the doll.  Above is an original Uhura uniform with hair for Uhura and Yeoman Rand.
 "The Menagerie".  The Orion Slave Woman's Tunic.
 A 'TNG' uniform for Deanna Troi.
The Greek Gown from "Who Mourns for Adonais?".

Monday, July 27, 2015

BOOTS Likes Polka Dots and Stripes.

 July 25, 1948.  These two dresses would only look good on a paper doll, especially BOOTS.
September 26, 1948.  BOOTS as Daisy Mae?  Need her husband Rod as a paper doll with a Lil' Abner costume.  The polka dot dress is actually kind of cute.

Saturday, July 25, 2015

Some BOOTS Paper Dolls from 1946.

 January 20, 1946.
 January 13, 1946.
 August 25, 1946.
September 08, 1946.  I thought it was time to post more BOOTS Paper Dolls.

Thursday, July 16, 2015

Ted Menten BEARS.

 1983.  Gotta love HUG the Teddy Bear as a paper doll.
 1983.  A fun Teddy Bear Jumping Jack.
1983.  A cute Teddy Bear picture to color.  All these images are from The Teddy Bear Lovers Catalog by Ted Menten.  1983.  A Delilah Book.  A very nice book with good photos & information and lots of fun extras like these three bears.

Sunday, July 12, 2015

Ah-Sing's Little Sister as a Paper Doll from Betty Cut-Out series.

September 22 - 24, 1924.  Billy and Betty Cut-Out get to meet Ah-Sing's little sister.  She is a very pretty paper doll.  Little Sister has presents for Billy and Betty.  A kite for Billy and a paper lantern for Betty.  NOTE:  Little Sister's best dress is a smidgen too small in places so cut it out a bit larger than it actual is.

AH-SING Paper Doll from Betty Cut-Out series.

September 18 - 20, 1924.  AH-SING is a little boy from China.  He and his family have moved to America and AH-SING now goes to school with Billy and Betty Cut-Out.  Billy liked looking at all the items from China in AH-SING's home, such as the chopsticks, the fan, the parasol and the blue & white bowls.

Friday, July 10, 2015

BETTY Cut-Out

April 15 - April 19, 1924.  BETTY herself makes an appearance as a paper doll.  I really like her parasol.