Check out these precious little girls who are now all grown up.
Who are these cute little girls on the back of the 1973 Crissy issue box?
This sweetie-pie appears in the 1973 Aldens store catalog along with her new Baby Crissy. Wonder if she got to keep the doll!
In 1974, this model appeared in the Aldens catalog of that year.
On the sides of the 70's issue Baby Crissy box appears this adorable little one, who clearly loves this doll! Who is she??
The 1974 Eatons catalog features this little girl and her Baby Crissy.
Busily "styling" the hair of a Crissy doll is this sweet little pony-tailed girl.
Some of the Simplicity counter books featured little ones playing with the dolls that were modeling Simplicity-made outfits. Sweet!
Also appearing right on the doll's box is a little girl enjoying the company of Baby Crissy. We think YOU are adorable!
Probably the most famous model of all is this beautiful child getting acquainted with her Crissy doll.
In the 1971 Sears catalog, we see this girl modeling the Miss Tressy Luggage Line.
This picture was featured in the 1973 Spiegel catalog.
We love this beautiful model on Tara's box. Who are you? Get in touch!
Here is the model that appears on the Thermos bottle tag.
We sure would love to "meet" the girls that appeared on the back of these Velvet boxes!
Who is this presenting the Miss Crissy Luggage Line and sitting on this Crissy trunk? Where is she now?
The author of this site personally loves this picture of a young lady utilizing Crissy's styling set and chair.
Don't you wish you were the girl holding these outfits found in this store buyer's catalog? What a fond memory she must have today.
This buyer's catalog introduces store-buyers to Movin'Groovin' Crissy.
This two-page spread is simply adorable.
Awwwwwww.... this little girl's delighted face is the sweetest.
Also from a buyer's catalog is this simply scrumptious picture of an adoring Baby Crissy "mom."
This picture is also featured in a store-buyer's catalog.
From a buyer's catalog.
Here is Tara being presented to the buyer's world, being lovingly cared for by a sweet little girl.
The "never made" Baby Velvet doll and her model! It's doubted that she got to keep her but if she did, let's hope she didn't play with her and kept her fresh to this day! (We can dream, right?)
The top of Velvet with a Beauty Braider boxes also features little girls playing with the dolls.
Text � October, 2009, by Beth-Ellen Colvin