Monday, November 21, 2016

Tuesday, October 25, 2016


1980.  A Beast mask to color and cut out for Halloween.  Cut nose out along solid lines and fold up on dotted line.  Cut out eyes or prick holes in eyes to be able to see.  The directions are to cut along solid lines of mouth but I personally can't figure it out so maybe you guys will be able to cut the mouth right.  The mask has the holes marked on the sides to punch out for string or yarn to tie.  Could also be used as a window decoration.

W. C. FIELDS Paper Doll by Tom Tierney.

1974.  Here is a W. C. Fields paper doll by the one and only Tom Tierney.

A Stand-Up Witch for Halloween Fun.

1990.  Here is a stand-up witch to color and cut out.

Clara Driscoll Paper Doll.

1991.  Clara Driscoll, "Savior of the Alamo", Her Life Story presented through the clothes she wore.  A Paper Doll Book by Nelda Patterson.  Book One, Women of Texas.  Smiley Originals.  Smiley, Texas.  Yeah, paper dolls and Texas history, a winning combination.

I Love My Flag. I Love My National Anthem.

1992.  The Story of Our Flag.  A Bellerophon Coloring Book.  I found this coloring book yesterday at Half-Price Books along with several other coloring books and paper dolls.  I have nothing but disdain for Americans that disrespect the American Flag and the American National Anthem and I am proud of the Founding Fathers of my Country.
  I have once again been amiss in posted on this blog.  I do genealogy and I received my DNA results a few weeks ago and it has been all consuming of my time.  So much Fun.  Learning how DNA results work has been very interesting.  My mom's family always thought their grandmother and great-uncle had American Indian blood because they had such dark skin, hair and eyes.  The results of the DNA for my mom and her siblings revealed that it is actually an African ancestor I should be looking for, which is a totally different kind of researching.  My ethnic DNA results are as follows:  Great Britain, Ireland, Scandinavia, Europe West (France), Finland, Russia and the Caucasus.  All sibling will have some differences in their ethnic DNA results unless they are identical twins.  Also the DNA results will match people to other people with shared ancestors.  Anyway, I know this is boring to most people so I will stop.  Have a great day and GOD Bless America!

Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Liza Jane, A Paper Doll's Paper Doll.

1989.  Frontier Friendships.  CURRENT, Inc.  Here is Liza Jane, a rag doll that belongs to Maggie, a Frontier Friend paper doll.

Monday, October 10, 2016

You and Your Dog Can Meet EDDIE from Frasier!

1998.  I clearly remember removing this page from either a Woman's Day or Family Circle magazine.  I just came across it today when I was going through my stacks of genealogy papers.  EDDIE was always my favorite "person" on the T.V. show FRASIER. - - - - - I have to admit that I forgot about my blog and so I just grabbed the puppy paper doll and this ad to post as it is almost midnight here in Houston.  So now I will take the end refrain from FRASIER, "Goodnight, everybody."

Color This Puppy and His Clothes.

Here is a cute little puppy to color and dress.

Sunday, September 18, 2016

Another Berkshire Girl Paper Doll, 1968

December 1968.  Here is another newspaper paper doll from a Berkshire Coat Factory ad.  She does indeed look like Barbie.  Maybe her name is Melissa?  Color, cut out, have fun!

Saturday, September 17, 2016

ABIGAIL ADAMS from First Ladies Gowns, A Smithsonian Coloring Book.

1983.  A Smithsonian Coloring Book "First Ladies Gowns".  I meant to include this Abigail Adams coloring page with the paper doll I posted yesterday.  I remember as a child going to the Smithsonian and viewing the first ladies dresses.

A Pretty Kitty Paper Doll Named Vivien.

VIVIEN is a sweet little kitty paper doll ready for you to color and cut out.

Friday, September 16, 2016

Halloween Window Decoration from Richard Scarry, 1974.

1974.  An Owl Witch Halloween window decoration from "Best Rainy Day Book Ever" by Richard Scarry.  Color, then cut out and tape in your window for Halloween to welcome all the trick or treating goblins.

ABIGAIL ADAMS Paper Doll by Kay Stamps, 1984

1984.  An original paper doll by Kay Stamps.  This Abigail Adams paper doll is from "Ten Famous Ladies In American History" published in 1984 by Kay Stamps.  I don't know if this book is still available but it combines two of my favorites, paper dolls and history.

Berkshire Newspaper Ad Paper Doll, 1968.

December 23, 1968.  Here is a pretty newspaper paper doll from an ad for Berkshire Coats.

Monday, September 12, 2016

Paper Dolls with Traditionl African Clothes

1996.  Paper dolls with traditional African clothing.  Color, cut out and have fun.

Cut-Out Cars, Trucks & Buses by Richard Scarry.

1974.  Cut-out cars, trucks & buses by Richard Scarry.   Color, cut out and have fun.  From the book, "Best Rainy Day Book Ever".

Saturday, September 10, 2016

MAUDE, a newspaper paper doll from New York World 1892.

3 July 1892.  A newspaper paper doll named Maude from New York World.  She is suppose to have more clothes but I have not been able to find them yet.  Takes awhile to search through old newspapers.

Some Cut-Out Critters for Your Amusement.

1980.  The Real HAPPILY EVER AFTER BOOK.  I found this book at Half-Price Books earlier this year.  I love cut-outs and paper dolls of any kind of critter.  Get coloring and have fun.

Girl Paper Doll from Campbell Soup Calendar

Here is the Campbell Soup girl to go with your Campbell Soup boy.

Campbell Soup Calendar Paper Dolls

Campbell Soup paper doll from a calendar.  I no longer have the calendar so I do not remember the year.

Ready To Begin Posting Again.

It has been a long time.  I have missed my blog.  Ready to begin posting again.