Curves: Princess of the North

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As I wrote before, I have wonderfully supportive friends who seem to be fairly relaxed when I say things like “Yeah, I’m thinking about buying Instyle so I have some paper doll fodder.” And they nod as though this is a normal thing to say while standing in a drug store at 10 pm on a light night chips run. In fact, sometimes they go through it with me telling me what I should draw though usually their picks are more hilarious than practical.

(I don’t really fancy the idea of drawing nine million sequins. Sorry guys.)

I also did a poll a while ago to see what readers wanted and they said Fantasy by a wide margin. Fantasy dresses are harder then casual contemporary clothing I can just people watch for ideas, but I do want to try to stretch. So, I decided to go a little old school epic fantasy for this set of Curves paper dolls.

I’m running a little Trivia contest, as some of you probably know from Monday’s post.

The question is:

What is my favorite holiday?

The Rules:
1) One guess per person per day (that means each day, not each post).
2) If no one guesses right by Monday, I’ll give a hint or pick the closest.
3) Anyone who knows me well enough to make a very informed guess, doesn’t get to enter. Sorry guys.

The Prize: a custom Marisole paper doll, so you tell me the hair color, skin color, hair style and basic theme and I’ll draw the paper doll.

Now, no one has gotten it yet and I think I need to offer a hint. So, I’ll say this- the holiday in question is coming up in the next two months. I’ll had another hint on Thursday if people haven’t guessed it by then. And you might want to check out the comments on Monday’s post to see what people have guessed already.

Good luck. :)

EDIT: Due to a higher level of difficulty then I have originally intended, I’ll offer another hint. The holiday moves on the solar Calendar each year and traditionally cookies are baked, children dress up in costume, a story is told and a lot of liquor is drunk.

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11 Responses to Curves: Princess of the North

  1. EK Lei says:

    St. Patrick’s Day?

  2. Alexandra says:

    May Day? (Okay, that’s a pretty long shot, but…)

  3. Rosepixie says:

    Err… I meant New Years Eve. Nobody actually celebrates New Years Day (that I know anyway) except for the part when the party is still going…

  4. Rosepixie says:

    And I guess I should read the whole post before guessing. Hmm… April Fool’s Day, maybe?

  5. Sara says:

    Saint Patrick’s day, cause the only onther two on my calendar are easter and april fools, and you already nixed those

  6. RLC says:

    Congratulations Erin. You got it. Purim is my favorite holiday. Ever since I was a kid and got to dress up, also I love baking hamantashen. (Actually, I love eating them, but to eat them I have to bake them). :)

  7. Erin says:

    Yay!! Do you want me to e-mail you the details?

  8. RLC says:

    Please do, Erin. As soon as you send it to me, I can begin working on it.

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