In the 1940s… Printable Historic Paper Doll

So, as usual the back and white version of this printable paper doll happened last week and this week we have the full color version. Somehow, in color, the paper doll looks less angry to me. Interesting how that works, isn’t it?


{Click Here for a PDF to Print} {Click Here for a PNG to Print} {Click Here for the rest of this series}

On a totally unrelated note, a reader posted some images of Little Pixie colored in a garden on a French forum. I think she did a fantastic job and she has a blog, so check that out. Sometimes when I see my paper dolls colored by someone else, I sort of forget that they are my work.

I am thinking of putting up a page to show off some of the work other artists have done based on my work, like Toria’s Showcase. Are there people out there with photos or scans who would be willing to contribute?

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7 Responses to In the 1940s… Printable Historic Paper Doll

  1. Kat says:

    If you wanted them, I’d be happy to contribute.

  2. Toria says:

    I absolutely adore this set!

  3. Taylor says:

    I’m a little confused on the purple dress..

  4. jazz13 says:

    The red dress looks like its made of velvet…

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