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Classic Fairy Tales Paper Dolls in Historical Fashion


Classic Fairy Tales Paper Dolls in Historical Fashion

Model: Fabulous Fairy Tale Fashions
Price: $12.00
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Classic fairy tales are presented in historical fashions by famed artist and fashion historian Brenda Sneathen Mattox. She has reimagined eight beloved fairy tales and transported them into many different periods, each with timely costumes. The Frog Prince is retold in glamorous 1930s fashion. The Little Mermaid is a fishy flapper and Snow White is transformed into a hoop-skirted Antebellum
 
Fanciful Fashions for Fabulous Friends


Fanciful Fashions for Fabulous Friends

Model: Paper Doll Dress-up Fun!
Price: $12.00
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Playing dress-up with paper dolls is fun! Imagine two lovely little girls and their adorable pets discovering, in an attic, a trunk filled with fabulous, fancy fantasy fashions. Thatís just what popular paper doll artist Charlotte Whatley created for this whimsical new book. Eden and Marley, with Ollie the beagle and Freddy the kitten, play dress-up in beautifully rendered, lavishly detailed
 
COUTURE: The Extravagance of the 1910s Paper Dolls


COUTURE: The Extravagance of the 1910s Paper Dolls

Model: Early 19th century couture
Price: $12.00
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Jim Howard, one of the greatest fashion illustrators of all-time, continues his decade-by-decade tribute to Couture fashion. His newest book for Paper Studio Press addresses the 1910s, a period when women in hobble skirts inched towards comfort, abandoned corsets and donned extravagant creations of silk, satin and velvet, lavishly trimmed with lace and fur. Two pretty paper dolls wear marvelous
 
Femme Fatales of the Film Noir Paper Dolls


Femme Fatales of the Film Noir Paper Dolls

Model: Fabulous Film Noir Fashions
Price: $12.00
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Film Noir Femme Fatales inspire a new paper doll book from Paper Studio Press. Artist and movie buff, David Wolfe, turns back the cinematic clock to the 1940s and '50s for a paper doll book dedicated to the glamorous and often lethal leading ladies of Film Noir. The dark and sinister movies popular after WWII starred tough guy anti-heroes who were always entangled with dangerous dames portrayed