Paper Doll Dress-Up Fashion Through the Ages by Georgie Fearns


Paper Doll Dress-Up Fashion Through the Ages by Georgie Fearns

With no gimmicks, materials, techniques or tools required (except for a pair of scissors), you can create your very own fashion parade with this lavish collection of outfits and accessories. See how clothes have changed over time, from the fashions of Ancient Egypt and Rome to the flamboyant finery of Elizabethan dress to the more recent fashions of the sixties, seventies and eighties. Simply cut out the two dolls and their stands and then you are ready to start cutting out the different outfits. Each costume has tabs to hold in place on the doll. In addition there are two pages of fun accessories stickers so you can complete the outfits with shoes, bags and headpieces. Now you're ready to go!

About the Author

Georgie Fearns is an illustrator specialising in contemporary fashion and lifestyle illustration, for publishing, editorial, advertising, logo design and the greeting card industry. She has previously published Dress Up Kate, a sticker activity book. The author/illustrator is based in London.

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96 pages


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Publication date

11th April 2013



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