Happy Halloween! A Group Paper Doll Project

So… back in August I sent an email to Toria of Paper Closet and Boots of 19th Century Paper Dolls inviting them to join me in a project to draw a doll and then share responsiblities for drawing her clothing. They both kindly said yes.

Later, we asked Liana of Liana’s Paper Doll Blog to join us and the Halloween Paper Doll was born.

This was the outcome:


{Link to Printable PDF of the Halloween Paper Doll}
The project worked like this: I drew the doll and then with the guideline of “something Halloween oriented” they all drew a costume or two, as did I. I can not express how pleased I am with how she turned out and with all the hard work of my co-artists. Everyone did such beautiful work from Liana’s creepy scull encrusted regency dress to Boot’s (AKA Elena) even creepier La Llorena to Toria’s delicate Wilis. Download her and you can find out about mythological creatures from Morocco to Mexico.

Seriously, I can not thank Toria of Paper Closet, Liana of Liana’s Paper Doll Blog, and Boots of 19th Century Paper Dolls all enough for their hard work. Thank you guys, you made this happen and please please check out their blogs. They are all skilled and talented artists.

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7 Responses to Happy Halloween! A Group Paper Doll Project

  1. B says:

    This doll is beautiful! Also creepy in a really cool way. I’m definitely downloading!

  2. boots says:

    looks so great Rachel! thank you again for all the amazing work you did on this!

    : D

  3. Dreamer says:

    these are awesome! halloween paperdolls are always a favourite!

  4. Missy says:

    This is such an amazing idea! It is so awesome that you guys teamed up to make this!

  5. Nicole says:

    Thank you for all the lovely dolls you’ve made! This one will be especially fun. 🙂

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