While avoiding the long list of things I should be doing, I stumbled across this site, Printables, that links to printable paper dolls from various collections. These vintage Finnish ones are killin' me. I love them with a passion hard to describe. Please note the heart apron.
I have not tried to print these yet, so I don't know if the images are big enough to not look totally lame, must investigate this. They look so pretty as is, but I am dying to actually cut them out and make them too.
This is from the same Finnish vintage toy site. amazing.
There is a great flickr paper doll group that Liz e-mailed me about and she also mentioned that she prints out paper dolls and their clothes on thin magnetic sheets from the printer-ingenious! The tabs were always a challenge for me when I was little and I hate cutting around them.
I also read a tip about printing the doll onto sticker paper, which makes the colors more saturated, and then sticking that to card stock. Text weight paper works best for the clothes. Also, applying a thin layer of a mod podge on the doll will seal the ink and make it hold up longer.