Marisole Monday in Black and White… A lot…

So, things have been a little busy for me lately, which should be obvious from my neglectful activities towards the blog. Anyway… to beg forgiveness I offer four old Marisole Monday paper dolls in black and white, after having been in color a while ago on the blog here.


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Here’s this paper doll in full color, if you don’t want to color her. I look at her and I think.. wow… some of those skirts are a bit much, aren’t they?


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And here is this paper doll in color, very yellow and ruffled. I think she’d be fun to color… I sort of wish I’d done her in purple rather than yellow the first time. Perhaps now is my chance.


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This princess paper doll in color is very red and yellow and is proof that sometimes I have trouble with names.


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So, this is an old one, but one I’m still proud of. Here she is in color and I love her trained skirts.

I hope these paper dolls make up a little for my absence these last two weeks.

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7 Responses to Marisole Monday in Black and White… A lot…

  1. Lena says:

    Wow. This is great. I’m so excited to see so many Marisole’s in black and white. Now I can’t wait to color all of these new ones. Thank you so much.

  2. meredith says:

    these where some of my very favorite Marisol’s I am so excited to be able to color them! I am so excited !

  3. Kaleigh says:

    Thank you! My daughter loves Marisol! She loves to print a dozen so she can make her dresses many different colors.

  4. jazz13 says:

    I love ALL of they’re hair, and I had had NO idea that the slim dress in An Elven Princess was a nightgown….

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