The brochure below is about all that is left from the Colorforms "Sleeping Beauty" Dress Designer Kit. I have no idea what happened to the figure, I'm afraid she was lost long ago. I did find one of the vinyl plastic skirts though. I don't know how many paper dolls (or in this case should I say vinyl dolls?) Colorforms made. The regular Colorforms playsets came with a laminated background upon which you stuck cut-out vinyl characters, so you could make up your own scenes. This kit included a laminated figure on heavy cardboard and her wardrobe was made from the cut vinyl pieces that would stick to her slick surface. The wardrobe was made up of a number of different pieces that could be overlapped and combined with other pieces to give you a large variety of dress designs. You can get an idea of some of the possibilities from the brochure.
The next group is from "101 Dalmatians." We had lot of merchandise from this film as well. I know we had coloring books, paper dolls and a punch-out playset. Here are the Roger and Anita figures along with Pongo, Perdita and one of the puppies. Strangely enough, the set didn't come with a Cruella figure.
This last set is from Mary Poppins. I think the likeness of the Dick Van Dyke character is pretty good, but I don't think that the Mary Poppins character looks much like Julie Andrews. I also think that they made the two children look older than they did in the film. This set came with a punch-out cardboard copy of Mary Poppins' big handbag for storing the paper dolls and their wardrobe.