Dolly Dingle’s Brother Plays Farmer Printable Paper Doll
Brother plays farmer with different faces for fun!
Grace Drayton’s cartoon characters brought joy to many children and their families in the 20th century and now, almost a hundred years later, her drawings are still popular today. Grace and her sisters grew up in Philadelphia. She was a prolific and accomplished artist, belonging to the most prestigious artist circles. She was actively drawing from 1904 until her death in 1936. She is most famous for designing the Campbell’s Kids and Dolly Dingle, although she painted in oils and was a student of Robert Henri.
Although Grace Drayton doesn’t mention his name in Dolly Dingle’s Brother Plays Farmer, it’s easy to become attached to him. Especially because she presents a lesson to children that a happy face is more appealing than a “Cry Baby Cry” face or a “Cross Bad Boy Face.” She gives us a selection of heads that fit over Dolly’s Brother’s head so his emotions change as often as you want them to. There is even a farmer face along with clothing changes for play and a suit for Sunday.
Included in this 4 page PDF of four color paper dolls are:
Dolly Dingle’s Brother dollin a white undershirt and briefs, holding his kitty cat and wearing socks with tie shoes
Four alternate face choicesallowing brother to be a Farmer, a boy at Sunday School, a Cry Baby and a Cross Bad Boy
Farmer outfitwith red shirted gingham overalls and holding a rake
Sunday School outfitof velvet pants with a lace appointed white shirt
White collared with red bow play-suitsporting patches to show it’s well used
Farmer’s straw hatwith blue ribbon around the crown and brim
White linen hatfor Sunday or play
These paper dolls and their accessories are a PDF that will be downloaded to your computer and printed off by your computer’s printer. Please help keep Sunbonnet Smart on-line by not sharing paper dolls. Be fair!Don’t share!