Pixie & Puck: Roxanne and Irene in Black and White

Thumbnail link image printable paper doll {Click Here for a PDF of Irene to Print} {Click Here for a 150 dpi PNG to of Irene Print} {Click Here for The Rest of this Series}

I’ve never done a black and white Pixie paper doll before, that I recall and I must confess I’m only doing one now because I’m busy and I needed something to post. I felt a little guilty just posting paper dolls I had already posted in black and white, so I did two of them to make myself feel a little less guilty about recycling material. Besides, sometimes the choice is between something or nothing and I’d rather post something.

Thumbnail link image printable paper doll {Click Here for a PDF of Roxanne to Print} {Click Here for a 150 dpi PNG of Roxanne to Print} {Click Here for The Rest of this Series}

I’ve been terribly busy this weekend prepping for classes that start next week and preparing to travel to Pennsylvania for a wedding. I’ll be out of town for a few days. The blog should post on it’s own without me (assuming I get done what I need to get done to make that happen), but there might be a slight hiatus while I travel.

I enjoy weddings, though I was never one of those people who dreamed about my own wedding day. I never caught the “wedding fever” so common to young girls. I did have a wedding Barbie doll, as I recall, but I think she spent most of her time either fighting monsters or going to balls in her pretty white dress.

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2 Responses to Pixie & Puck: Roxanne and Irene in Black and White

  1. Lorie Hand says:

    Thank you for creating all of your paper dolls. I am a Spanish teacher and I always visit your site to print off your work so my students can manipulate articles of clothing using Spanish. I know that mens and boys clothing isn’t as fun to draw but my teenage guys actually like dressing Puck and Ethan even though they may not always admit it out right. I was hoping that on your next boy doll project you could think about including tops and bottoms as separate items and adding in some accessories like baseball caps and golf clubs. My guys even asked me to find career related clothing.

    Once again thank you. Your work really makes our work more fun!

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