And Everything Else Too posted this great Bride of Frankenstein paper doll set, made in 1964.
See many more lovely outfits here.
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The “Supremes” eye shadow is an interesting choice, and what’s up with the bobbed nose? And doesn’t she look a little like the adult Michael Jackson to you?
Three supreme observations (pun intended!).
I love that she’s wearing Doc Martens in almost every single picture
I know! She’s got quite a boot collection!
I have to wonder, who were the little girls who played with these and what were their parents like? I was never blessed to have paper dolls as lovely. My sheltered life was filled with Holly Hobbie and Raggedy Ann. At least they were rag dolls
I had some spooky dolls (paper and otherwise) as a kid. My dad’s a special effects editor…mom was an artist…so things were bound to be slightly quirky in my home.
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