PJ's Paper Doll Factory...
Welcome to PJ's Paper Doll Factory where you will find paper dolls in all shapes and sizes!  From the twins, Rueben and Rachel pictured here that are characters in our fully illustrated children's book, "Twiglet: The Little Christmas Tree", to International Friends Paper Dolls from around the world.  There are Family Friends Paper Dolls, Little Animal Paper Dolls, A Little See-Through Paper Doll and Universal Paper Dolls that you can completely personalize yourself!!  These Paper Dolls are created by our in-house artist, Phyllis Mae Richardson Fisher.  In the sections below you will find our Paper Dolls that are on the Drawing Board, A Paper Doll Poll, and an article "How I Imagine Paper Dolls Were Created" . 

Available PJ's Paper Dolls ...

  1. Cece: The Little See-Through Paper Doll
  2. Family Friends ~ Chrissy 
  3. Family Friends ~ Melly
  4. Family Friends ~ Aunt Janae
  5. International Friends ~ Amber from Africa
  6. International Friends ~ Fawn from Native America
  7. International Friends ~ Juanita from Mexico
  8. International Friends ~ Natasha from Russia
  9. International Friends ~ SuLang from Japan
  10. Little Animal Paper Doll ~ Browsey 
  11. Little Animal Paper Doll ~ Gunny 
  12. Little Animal Paper Doll ~ Merle 
  13. Little Animal Paper Doll ~ Neddy 
  14. Little Animal Paper Doll ~ Peppy 
  15. Little Animal Paper Doll ~ Roany 
  16. Little Animal Paper Doll ~ Rocky 
  17. Little Animal Paper Doll ~ Smitty 
  18. Little Animal Paper Doll ~ Toni 
  19. Little Animal Paper Doll ~ Tuppy 
  20. Rueben 'n' Rachel

PJ's Paper Dolls on the Drawing Board...

  1. Frontier Girl
  2. Holiday Dolls ~ Joy 'n' Joey
  3. Janey Loree
  4. Jeane
  5. OPDAG ~ Erte ~ Etta Rae
  6. OPDAG ~ Red Carpet ~ Tiara
  7. OPDAG ~ The Housewife
  8. Pecos Bill & Slough Foot Sue ~ (Commissioned by the West of the Pecos Museum)
  9. Penelope
  10. Personalized Paper Dolls
  11. Pollyanna
  12. PJ's Little Girl
  13. PJ's Old Saint Nick
  14. PJ's Triplets ~ Faith
  15. PJ's Triplets ~ Hope
  16. PJ's Triplets ~ Charity
  17. Sally Ann
  18. Universal Dolls (17)
  19. Universal Girls


How I Imagine Paper Dolls Were Created

By Janey Loree 

"The idea of cutting out clothes has been around for centuries. We have used many mediums to clothe our families. So in the spirit of creating and designing outfits that adorn for beauty, comfort, or necessity, the idea of paper dolls was born.

I can imagine the very first designer of clothes looking at her creations laid out on the drawing table, and think to herself that they would make wonderful toys for the children in the village. Getting excited about the idea, she probably said out loud, "Now I will have to fashion a little paper doll to wear these miniature designs."

A little girl must have been hovering near the drawing board as the designer cut out that very first outfit. I can see the little girl with stars in her eyes waiting not so patiently, excitement evident in The little girl chatter as she asks for the hundredth time "Is it cut out yet?".  When it is finally her turn to use the scissors, she carefully cuts out another dress for her new toy. She does not want to be left out of this new idea! She has embarked on the adventure of a lifetime as her imagination is sparked. The little girl sits for hours playing with her first little paper doll.

Then the designer gets back to work with a sigh of satisfaction that she has created something which gives the child thoughts that could be expressed and made known! However, the new idea doesn't stop there. The little girl has a friend that is bedridden; she is crippled and can't get out and play with the rest of the children of the village. She gathers her paper doll, the outfits that have not yet been cut out, and a second pair of scissors. With permission from the designer and a second paper doll for the other little girl, she goes next door to her friends' house.

You can just see the little crippled girl getting better as the two little girls play with the dolls and clothes made of paper. She is smiling and giggling as she tries out each outfit. She hangs the purses on the paper doll's arm or off her shoulder. The little girl makes sure to find the matching hat to put on the little doll's head! When it is time for our thoughtful little girl to go home, she promises to bring new outfits with her the next time she can come over."