Vogue Pattern Paper Dolls from Jack and Jill Magazine    

Artist Betty Jaxon

 

 

These two paper dolls with dresses based on Vogue patterns are from the November 1961 and March 1962 issues of Jack and Jill magazine. Jack and Jill often contained paper dolls, sometimes in the centerfold like these, or sometimes just a single page. But these are the only two that I know of illustrated by Betty Jaxon. If anyone knows of any others, please let me know.

The original magazine pages are 6 5/8 inches wide by 10 inches tall, for a centerfold with dimensions 13 1/4 inches wide by 10 inches tall. I have provided the paper dolls in a double-page spread in their natural paper color to fit on letter-sized paper in landscape orientation, and in single pages with the background whitened to save ink when printing. The double-page spread will thus print smaller than the originals, while the single pages will print slightly larger. (The covers are just for reference, so no high resolution images are provided.)

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