Fashion Doll Friday: A Pair of Dinner or Evening Gowns for Flora

So, confession time- I am getting a little sick of the regency period. I think I’ll be spending some time over the next few days doing research and thinking about ending the series. Can I kill two series in like three weeks… is that allowed? I’m just not excited by Flora much right now… Plus she has like 30 costumes which seems a pretty good number…. Though that might just be fishing for an excuse.


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I shall have to give it more thought.

In the mean time, feel free to color and cut out these pretty regency dresses for Flora and, while you’re at it, vote in my current poll. So far I am shocked at the show of support my heavily shadowed paper dolls have gotten. I always thought of them as the black sheep of the blog (and I have the frustration with them that the shadows obscure details, especially on faces), but they’re getting lots of support, though color is winning at the moment. I rather thought it would.


  1. Though I think your shadowed paper dolls are really neat and very unique, I kinda like the full color ones more. I like that I can just print them out for my nieces and let them play with them, but I’m sure I’ll like whatever you do.

  2. While I like the Flora doll, I voted for the Elizabethan doll back when you asked for our vote… so, I’m hoping you do something like that =)

  3. Elizabethan? Huh… I didn’t think that was an option (or at least I hope it wasn’t. I don’t know anything about late 16th century costume in England), are you thinking perhaps of Georgian? Which was the 18th century? If that is the case, I suggest you check in on Monday. There will be something fun from that era.

  4. You’re probably right. It was a long time ago and I have a brain like a sieve sometimes. I just recall that it was fancy and had poofy dresses. Poofy dresses are awesome.

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