The Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe and Her Children Paper Dolls

The Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe is an adorable set of paper dolls.  These are based on the nursery rhyme we all sing sang as children.   This set is from Saalfield Publishing and I believe are from the 1960s.

She definitely had a lot of children!!!

Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe Paper Doll Clothes:

Here is the first set of clothes.  This page is all pajamas! There is one pajama outfit, the orange robe over a nightgown, for the old woman.  She is holding a candle in this outfit.  All the other outfits on this page are for her children.  There is a lavender robe for one of the girls over a yellow nightgown.  There is a yellow Oriental style pair of pajamas.  There is a little blue pajama set for one of the smallest children.  There is a green night shirt for one of the smaller children.  There is another green pajama set for one of the children.  There is a red and white and black  outfit for the boy and girl twins.  There is a blue pair of pajama bottoms with a matching robe over the top.  And finally there is a blue nightgown for one of the older girls that has pink and a darker blue trim.

A page of holiday outfits, from Christmas, to Thanksgiving, to Easter, to 4th of July, Halloween, Valentine's Day, etc.

This is a page of school clothes.  The Old Woman has a clock in her hand making sure they get to school on time.

This is a page of costumes.  There is a green and pink fairy princess dress.  An elf costume for one of the babies.  A Robin Hood costume for one of the boys.  An Oriental costume for another small child.  There is an Arabian outfit for one of the girls.  There is a lavender party dress with a yellow collar and yellow gloves.  There is a Little Red Riding Hood outfit.  The twins have a Jack and Jill outfit with yellow pants and a skirt, and white blouses with a red vest over it.  Jack, of course, is holding a pail of water.  The Old Woman is the Queen of Hearts.

The big bed to tuck all the paper dolls into bed at night.

Here is the back cover with even more children!

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