Dionne Quintuplets Paper Dolls

The Dionne Quintuplets Paper Dolls is based on the real life Dionne Quintuplets that were the first known quintuplets to have survived their infancy and grow into adults.  The five girls are all identical.  They were born May 28, 1934 in Canada.  Above is the front box cover.

Here are the three girls.  Their names are Cecile, Annette, Yvonne, Emilie and Marie.

Dionne Quintuplets Paper Dolls Clothes:

Here is the first page of clothing for these dolls.  On this page we have five dresses, one for each girl.  They are all the same style, but they are in different colors.  There is a brown one, a pink one, a red one, a yellow one and a green one.  Then there are three coats for the girls.  There is a green coat, a yellow coat and a blue coat on this page.  There are also five matching hats and a teddy bear.

This page has the last two coats (so they each have one).  These coats are grey and red.  There is also a brown skirt for each girl on this page with coordinating sweaters.  The sweaters are red, brown, yellow, light green and grey.  There is one dress on this page as well (the other four are on the last page.)  The dress is cream colored with blue trimmed bows and laces. There are also five pairs of Mary Jane shoes and two dolls and a bouquet of flowers.

This page has a pair of feetie sleepy pajamas for each girl, as well as two more coats (it gets cold in Canada after all!) and three more dolls, a ball and another flower bouquet.  The pajamas all have different colored hankies coming out of the pockets.

This last page of clothing includes the other four dresses.  Again, all the same, but different colors.  They are all a cream color, but then the trim and bows are different colors.  The bows and trim are in green, blue, red and yellow and a couple of pages back there was one with blue trim.  There are also three more coats in red, orange and green, three more teddy bears, two more balls, another bouquet of flowers, and five coordinating hats for their coats (in rust, red, green, grey and orange).  I notice the teddy bears all have different colored bows as well.  I hope you enjoy this set.  They are super adorbs!

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