SIX PAPER DOLL VALENTINES
Derived from Vintage Paper Dolls
by Judy M Johnson
What fun to pull together dolls, clothes and a unifying large red heart, to make a collection of paper doll Valentines!
There are six different designs:
-1920s Post Card Doll
-1950 Susan Doll
-1950s Russian Doll
-1950s Dutch Doll
-1956 Indian Girl
-1954 Magazine Doll
Inthe tradition of silly, light-hearted greetings on Valentines, some have pun-ish greetings on the front, and most have a greeting on the inside; "Valentine, it's plain to see, that you were 'Cut-Out' for me!" The Dutch doll says "Wooden Shoe" like to be my Valentine?" The Indian girl says "I am Calling You to be my Valentine." The Russian doll says "I am 'Russian' to be Your Valentine." Double folded to finished size of 4.25"x5.5". Each has paper doll on the front and 3-7 costumes. All come with envelopes.