Jules of 1886 Vintage Printable Paper Doll
Jules of 1886
by Ellery Thorpe
Downloadable e-Paper Doll
Jules, drawn in the 1980s, is reminiscent of girls in the 1880s.
Ellery Thorpe designed paper dolls published in magazines and as greeting cards in the 1980s. Here we meet Jules who loves to play with her new ball and the pull along horse she received last Christmas. Jules is number four in a series of four French children. She was published in Doll Reader magazine which described itself as “The Ultimate Authority.”
I’ve never gotten over the thrill of cutting out papers dolls and making them come to life. The accessories are as much fun as the clothes, and lots of extra goodies on the page was a childhood “upper.” Many children delight in small miniatures sized to scale, the reason doll houses are so popular. Paper dolls are more efficient and mobile. You can carry a whole lot of them wherever you go!
Included in this 3 page PDF four color paper doll are:
- A doll in a scalloped edge undershirt and briefs holding a ball
- A blue belted sailor suit
- A gray and blue tam hat to match the sailor suit
- A blue pleated dressy dress with hand holding a plush white rabbit
- Toy blocks and a wooden pull along toy horse
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