Vintage Easter Paper Dolls from 1918 Digital Download for Altered Art, Kids Crafts, and Collage by vintagefangirl

Here's a wonderful digital printable version of the beloved Betty Bonnet paper dolls from an April 1918 issue of Ladies' Home Journal. These paper dolls were illustrated by Sheila Young and this set was specifically created for children to celebrate Easter and Spring, and features three children with outfits featuring daffodil flowers, an Easter basket, rainy day clothing, an antique phonograph, and Edwardian era children's toys. Kids today still enjoy playing with paper dolls, and this set is also beautiful enough to use for collage, decoupage, altered art, or other paper art applications.

To preserve quality and detail, this product comes as high resolution 8.5" x 11 JPG files at 300 DPI., immediately downloadable via the Etsy delivery system. Printed height of the dolls is approximately 6 1/2 inches high. Watermarks will not appear on the final artwork.

DEAL :: You can purchase this set PLUS the Halloween and Patriotic Betty Bonnet sets at a discount! 3 for the price of 2 here:

Usage Guidelines

You Can:

Print these images onto paper or any other physical item and sell any physical product you make with them – as long as you are a small business and the amount of items produced is less than a quantity of 5000.

Print these images and sell the physical prints in an offline “brick and mortar” store, craft show, flea market, or other place where you conduct business in person with your customers.

Print these images for personal use for pretty much any reason!

Use these images on your blog, online shop, website, logo, or business materials, provided you are using them as part of a design, and are not intended for redistribution.

You Cannot:

Use these images for commercial purposes outside of the scope outlined above.

Sell any digital copies of these images, in whole or in part. This includes any print on demand sites such as CafePress or Zazzle.

Share these images with your family or friends in a digital format in such a way that they can avoid buying their own copy of the images.

If you are unsure if your usage is covered under these terms, please just ask! I’m quite generous and reasonable, for the most part. 🙂


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