Hitty Paper Minis
for 6.25" Hitty
miniatures are given in millimeters for accuracy.
information 1"=25.4 mm
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ahty002~Hitty Multiplication Flash Cards
and Storage Box
20mmx25mm4mm (storage box),
10mmx17mm (card size)
Number of Pieces:
"flash" cards, 10 two-sided answer cards, fully-lined
Description: The set is an interpretation of what
Hitty in the 19th century might have owned to learn her
multiplication tables. The deck is meant to be larger
than a typical deck of playing cards. The set has 20
cards, each with a unique reproduction Victorian
illustration of a child. Half the cards are for
"flashing" and half display the answers. These
double-sided cards fit beautifully in a
double-compartment, completely lined lidded box. The
pretty green and pink design used throughout the kit is
a graphic rendering I drew of a cute motif found on the
Hitty book's title page.
~ Children's Object Book (circa 1880)
Size: 35mmh x
27mmw x 8mmd (book contains fold-out pages)
Pieces: 9 two-sided fold-out pages (18
printed pages), end boards, book cover, dust cover
and laminated box sleeve
The actual life-scale book was published in England
circa 1880. This is one of the more beautifully
illustrated children's books I have ever seen and is
one of my all time favorites. The artwork has been
digitally enhanced to reflect the original 1880’s
beautiful color, and the pages actually fold-out to
double the size of the book. Pages are designed for
clarity of detail and color on both sides. Artistic
license was taken to recreate a dust jacket, and the
end boards are enhanced versions.
bhty002~Hitty, Her First Hundred Years Book
Laminated book cover, laminated storage sleeve, end
boards, dust cover and 24 pages. Along with the book is
a portrait to fit the faux stand-up frame.
Description: Hitty, Her First Hundred Years was written in 1929
by Rachel Field. This lovely little book was illustrated
by Dorothy Lathop, and all the original darling
illustrations are included in the Paper Minis miniature
reproduction volume. In addition, all the original
captions for the illustrations have been re-typeset in a
classic serif font for this edition. All pages are
presented in beautiful rich colors or in the original’s
black and white ink drawings, and are printed at a crisp
resolution on the finest papers. Note: the construction
of this mini book possesses finished edges on book
cover, lined book cover and fold-over pages.
Book updated August 22, 2017
15mm x 20mm (envelope), 19mm x
26mm (stationery sheet), 12.5mm x 6.5mm (friendship
Number of Pieces:
6 envelopes, 6 sheets of first
page stationery, 6 sheets of second page stationery,
stationery caddy, 12 friendship cards and carry case, 2
Hitty medallions for decoupage, 6 2-sided Victorian
Valentines (not shown), and stationery strap.
For someone who has traveled as much as Hitty, it
is apparent that she would need her very own
personalized stationery set. Notice that this set is
very compact and easy to carry for someone "on-the-go"
like Hitty. Plenty of friendship cards are included to
pass out to all her worldwide acquaintances. Included in
the set are two fancy paper emblems that will work well
as decoupage on a little dresser or storage box. There
is an on-line tutorial for making the
Kit updated August 22, 2017
bhty001~Hitty's Charles Dickens Set
21mm x 28mm (book), 57mm x 76mm (poster), 15mm x 20mm
(souvenir Dickens portrait).
this book can be used
as a 1:12 scale book or as a small 1:9 scale book.
Number of Pieces: Laminated cover, 24 printed pages,
end boards, dust cover, souvenir portrait, and poster.
many dolls can boast they have met the great Charles
Dickens?! Hitty can, and she admires him so much that
she keeps mementos of Mr. Dickens tucked secretly away
in her first edition copy of A Christmas Carol.
Folded up tightly is the poster given to her at the
Farewell Reading Charles Dickens gave in 1843 and it is
kept in the book along with a beautiful full-color
portrait of Mr. Dickens.
Note: All the original illustrations of the first
edition printing of A Christmas Carol have been
painstakingly reproduced for this tiny volume. Pertinent
passages of the text have also been typed and set in an
appropriate font titled Century Schoolbook...a style
very reminiscent of the mid-1800's texts. The page
edges have been given an "aged" look as would be
expected on an antique first edition volume. A couple of
portraits and illustrations have been added to the kit
that are not found in the actual first edition.