The Original Paper Doll Artists Guild
Contact Us
Our Magazine
Our Editors
Upcoming Themes
Paper Doll Events
Order Paper Dolls
Free Paper Doll
Jenny's Blog
Drawing Basics
Paper Doll History
Getting Published
Preservation Tips
Bangor Daily News
Reference Books

P.O. Box 14
Kingfield, ME 04947

Send email


Shop for Paper Dolls at
Paperdoll Review


OPDAG Membership (includes 4-issue subscription to Paper Doll Studio)
$28.00 in the U.S.
($40 Canada, $56 Overseas)
Single Issue

Click here for upcoming themes and submission guidelines.


Issue 125, 2019
Elizabeth Taylor

The dynamic decade of the 1940s is represented in more than 40 paper dolls by 30 paper doll artists. Paper dolls on display include classic stars, war-time fashions, pin-up girls and styles of the late ’40s. Rosie the Riveter is well represented including an essay and paper dolls by Tom Tierney. Amanda Hallay provides an insightful overview of the fashion and culture of the decade. Plus we've got nearly 60 outfits for our lovely 1940s dress-a-doll! Our featured artist is Andrea Smith, who created the charming cover paper doll..

Cover Paper Doll by Andrea Smith

Order from Paperdoll Review.


Issue 124, 2019
Elizabeth Taylor

In this entertaining issue, our artists take us down memory lane representing a wide variety of TV shows and characters from classics of yesteryear to big hits of today. For article features, Amanda Hallay offers an insightful look at TV fashion, Judy M Johnson talks about illustrating paper dolls of licensed characters, and David Wolfe talks about his drawing process. Plus we’ve got Sharry O’Hara’s Kansas City convention report and more! For our front cover, we've got the glamorous Joan Collins as Alexis Carrington in Dynasty and for the back cover, we take a commercial break with Karen Hunter's Jane Withers as Josephine the Plumber.

More than 50 TV-themed paper dolls are on display by two dozen artists including characters from Outlander, Game of Thrones, Scandal, Star Trek, I Love Lucy, Perfect Strangers, Pushing Daisies, Downton Abbey, Dynasty, Sapphire and Steel, Leave it to Beaver, Ozzie & Harriet, The Brady Bunch, Good Times, Curious George, Bewitched, The Simpsons, Sesame Street, Beauty and the Beast, The Nanny, The Rockford Files, Gravity Falls, The Mary Tyler Moore Show and Wheel of Fortune. It's a fabulous issue from beginning to end!

Cover Paper Doll by David Wolfe

Order from Paperdoll Review.


Issue 1123, 2019

Go green with this big, fun issue filled with more than 50 paper dolls representing every green hue, from haute couture to everyday wear. We have paper dolls in plaids, stripes, polka dots and prints in contemporary styles, cultural clothes and fashion of yesteryear. There are green gowned stars and green-skinned characters from books and film. Our clever artists have even created paper dolls of a paint drop and a fern spore! Plus we have 55 fabulous outfits for our green themed dress-a-doll!

Kwei-lin Lum offers a fun look at Green Pop Culture Icons, Linda Ocasio tells us about the Green Lady of Brooklyn and David Wolfe talks about the year Hollywood Turned Green. Our featured artist is Diana E. Vining who illustrated the cute cover paper doll. A big thank you to the 50-plus artists who contributed to this greenified edition of Paper Doll Studio!

Cover Paper Doll by Diana E. Vining

Order from Paperdoll Review.


Issue 122, 2019
The UK

Our paper dolls take a trip to the UK! This special edition offers a rich history of styles and subjects including royalty, fashion, music, movies, TV, authors and even sports figures... all connected with the United Kingdom. For our cover paper doll, featured artist Valerie Keller represents fashions by Scottish born fashion designer Pam Hogg, Welsh designer Mary Quant, English designer Alexander McQueen and Irish milliner Philip Treacy.

Lorna Currie Thomopoulos, a long-time resident of England, offers an early history of paper dolls as well as her own journey as a paper doll collector. David Wolfe shares memories of his two-decade fashion career in England. David also spotlights two super models: Twiggy and Jean Shrimpton, who epitomized the the "London Look." We also have a beautiful tribute to Sandra Vanderpool, with memories, photos and paper doll art representing Sandy's bright impact on our paper doll world.

Cover Paper Doll by Valerie Keller

Order from Paperdoll Review.

© copyright OPDAG • P.O. Box 14 • Kingfield, ME 04947 • 800-290-2928 •