Marisole Monday: Baroque Maiden

Thumbnail link image printable paper doll {Click Here for a PDF to Print} {Click Here for a PNG to Print} {Click Here for the rest of this series}

Today’s Marisole was supposed to go up last week, but somehow it didn’t happen. I feel like I start every post apologizing these days which I am trying to stop doing. I have mixed feelings about how she turned out. I really like the colors, but the style seems like I do a lot. I have mixed feelings about it. When I think of the baroque era of art, I think of rich dark colors with golds and reds and purples and black which was the inspiration for this color scheme. I gave her blond hair to contrast with the dark colors of her dresses.

A friend of my send me the link to these wonderful paper dolls from the Museum of Childhood in London. You can download them and print them out. Beautiful full color historic dolls. It’s so nice having friends who support my odd hobbies. So a big shout out to my friends.

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5 Responses to Marisole Monday: Baroque Maiden

  1. B says:

    I really like your blog, but there’s one thing I noticed. When you’re not posting, then most of people on your blogroll aren’t posting either. Are you all in kahootz with each other? ;)

  2. Dreamer says:

    love it.

  3. Sara says:

    Love these dresses, especially the (upside down) one with the flower on the bodice. The colour scheme is lovely too, and looks great with her hair =)

  4. Toria says:

    I love the bodices, especially the embroidery on the far right dress!

  5. Jazz13 says:

    I love her hair…. :)

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