by dkjack 08 Mar 2008

I made this book for an older granddaughter. Cupie has several outfits so I embroidered scenes on each page to go with them. The outfits and Cupie are held onto the book with double sided velco. The outfits can be taken off and placed on Cupie. The book has 10 pages of clothes and scenes. I hope she likes it.


by smburt 07 Oct 2011

How fun and what a clever idea.

by airyfairy 07 Oct 2011

What an amazing idea. This must have taken ages. A wonderful job. Thank you for sharing. Sarah.

by patsy28 06 Oct 2011

Great job!!! Lots of love and hard work but it is excellent!

by mysew1325 06 Oct 2011

I have a few paper dolls to do also.. have not tried it yet.. you did an amazing job with this book..

by dailylaundry 06 Oct 2011

I would love to see every page of your book. It is simply love and from your heart!! Well done!! Hugs, Laura*

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dailylaundry by dailylaundry 06 Oct 2011

I just realized the date on this -but it doesn't matter as this is a wonderful gift!!

by devon 06 Oct 2011

very cute great work

by noah 06 Oct 2011

wowwwwwwwwwwwww you will make her jump for joy:):) hugs carolyn

by bumblebee 06 Oct 2011

Its lovely.

by zoefzoef 06 Oct 2011

I'm sure she will love it !

by julieke 06 Oct 2011

heel mooi!

by emanuille 06 Oct 2011

j"aime beaucoup l"idée je veux faire poupée c"est quois (peltex)pour broder plus raide

by lisaatwell1984 22 Nov 2008

I don't think I understand clearly. Are these dolls embroidery? or is it the tub and towel? The given link is for actual paper dolls, the clothing shown here, appears as embroidery??
Clear as mud?

bumblebee by bumblebee 06 Oct 2011

Think of it as a flat playset in book form
They play with the paper dolls in different rooms for example-like time to take a bath and change the paper dolls clothes. Sometimes the scenes are made like paper doll pieces that they can move around on a background. Like cars and a race track with signs etc being like paper
doll pieces.
Hope helps a bit.
Linda aka Bumblebee

bumblebee by bumblebee 06 Oct 2011

cut me off
on a background but in this case I think
they are embroidered in the book and each
page has a scene. Hope it helps.

by grandmapapers 22 Nov 2008

so very cute!

by mariahail 22 Nov 2008

No, I don't think she will like it, so you should give it to me because I love it...Lucky her!!********

by rsehorse 22 Nov 2008

Very nice, Grandma!

by lbrow 22 Nov 2008

How very nice, Especially 4 church *4U

by sherylac 14 Nov 2008

What a lovely idea!!!

by mops Moderator 14 Nov 2008

This is adorable, a real work of love!!

by stickmuster 14 Nov 2008

This is simply adorable, *4U

by manami 14 Nov 2008

She will love this. It's very beautiful! Very good job on those!

by michelej 14 Nov 2008

Wow, this is excellent!!

by superfroggirl 13 Nov 2008

this is amazing!! you did a great job!!

by anna25775 10 Mar 2008

wow what a beautiful project and super idea! I loved paper dolls as a child... feel tempted to stitch some to play with lol......hubby always says a part of me will never grow up!! flower for you

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dkjack by dkjack 10 Mar 2008

I never had girls so I have been having fun with my 4 granddaughters and my two grandsons too.

by stickmuster 10 Mar 2008

Congratulation. Flowers

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dkjack by dkjack 10 Mar 2008

Thank you

by clawton 10 Mar 2008

She should love it. Wonderful idea.

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dkjack by dkjack 10 Mar 2008

Thank you. Wish I could be there when she opens it up. Texas is too far to go at the moment

by diannem 09 Mar 2008

I love this it is great..Dianne

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dkjack by dkjack 10 Mar 2008

Thank you. It was fun making it.

by nini 09 Mar 2008

What a pitty I have no little girls! They would love your idea! I only say: Congratulations! Well done.

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dkjack by dkjack 09 Mar 2008

Thank you. Everyone's comments have meant so much to me.

by dlonnahawkins 09 Mar 2008

This is priceless. I have paperdoll designs by martha pullen, but do not have any little girls to stich them for. If I get starated now, maybe they would be done by the time I would have a great granddaughter.

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dkjack by dkjack 09 Mar 2008

Hee Hee! You are right. I started the books for Christmas presents and didn't finish. Now I'm scurrying for their birthdays. Have two different ones to finish. Thank you for your compliment. I am so happy over everyones response.

by lorettag28 08 Mar 2008

dkjack,oh how I would have treasured these as a young girl, I may have to find out where you got these designs from, so I can play with some now. HaHa. A flower for you.

dkjack by dkjack 09 Mar 2008

I will try and find the site of the cupie paper doll and clothes. As for the scenes I used, I found them everywhere. i.e. one site the towels, another the tub. I designed ea page scene around the outfit. There are 10 different pages total.

lorettag28 by lorettag28 09 Mar 2008

Thank you dear one. This is lovely.

by bcsurvivor 08 Mar 2008

This is one of he most amazing ideas I have seen! I can't wait for grandchildren, and will certainly remember this.
Thanks so much for sharing.

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dkjack by dkjack 08 Mar 2008

Thank you so much for your comment. It really means a lot. Flower for you.

by jrob Moderator 08 Mar 2008

Wow this is so cute, I love it! I remember playing with paperdolls when I was a little girl. ;)

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dkjack by dkjack 08 Mar 2008

Thank you. Everyone has made me feel a lot better about my first project.

by marjialexa Moderator 08 Mar 2008

The whole idea is just wonderful! And I must comment on the 'expert' level of digitizing, very well done! I can easily see what a great lot of work went into this project, from the embroidery to just sewing the pages together. I suspect your granddaughter's grandaughter will be enjoying this book, it'll become an heirloom! Wish I could give more than one flower. And don't be shy of posting projects, we're a fun group. We'll just bug you to see more, that's all. Thanks for this one! Marji

dkjack by dkjack 08 Mar 2008

Thank you. Everyone has made me feel so much better. Guess I will complete my third book (just an alphabet book for a firt birthday) and the paperdoll book I'm still digitizing and researching.

dkjack by dkjack 08 Mar 2008

Guess you can tell I'm still shaking! Its one of my granddaughters "first" birthdays. :)

by raels011 08 Mar 2008

What a great idea.I am sure your grand daughter will love it *4U

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dkjack by dkjack 08 Mar 2008

Sorry the internet went down just as I hit the flower. Thank you for your comment:)

by gabribid 08 Mar 2008

A great work, a fabulous result

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dkjack by dkjack 08 Mar 2008

Thank you. Not as nervous to mail with all the nice comments.

by evelin67 08 Mar 2008

Hi I'm italian so excuse me for my English, I love paper dolls but I've never done one, which material have you used for the doll? I send you a flower even if i don't know the very rules of the flowers, please can you explain to me it? Thank you

dkjack by dkjack 08 Mar 2008

The doll, clothes and pages were all done on muslin, cover page in cotton. I had to digitize everything first. The one I'm doing now is Maggie from

marjialexa by marjialexa 08 Mar 2008

Evelin, welcome to our great group here, & your English is just great! Please join us on the "Community" page for an explanation of the flowers, it's kind of long for here.

evelin67 by evelin67 09 Mar 2008

Thank you for the answer I hope learning more and more in this so CUTE forum, escuse me for the answer in this section about flowers,at first I was confused

by shirlener88 08 Mar 2008

dkjack, Spectacular, what "little" girl would not love this book - where our where did you get these adorable designs? Cupie is so lucky. *4U

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dkjack by dkjack 08 Mar 2008

The designs came from everywhere. :) I made the book because I didn't want to send just bag of clothes and the Cupie doll.

by elaine45 08 Mar 2008

Looks like a lot of work. Your granddaughter will love it.

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dkjack by dkjack 08 Mar 2008

Thank you. I started these as Christmas gifts and didn't make it--now they are for birthday. Have started working on another paperdoll I downloaded from a paperdoll site. Must digitize everything first, then find scenes for the clothes