Black and White Printable Paper Dolls…. Marisole Monday & Friends

I’ve been busily converting old color Marisole Monday paper dolls into black and white files. Sometimes, this is a totally painless process, but the older the files get and the more… cranky the line-work becomes. Still, it’s been rather fun and it is probably the only time I will ever do this.

So, rather than a “real” Marisole Monday post today, I offer three old Marisole Monday sets in black and white… all historically themed


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First, let’s take a short trip to the 18th century, shall we? Fourth of July paper doll from several years ago. She had a friend, but I haven’t converted that one to black and white yet.


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Though personally, I’ve never been that keen on the fashions of the 1910′s, I really love how this paper doll came out in color and I think she’s just as cute in black and white. She was inspired, though I don’t think I mentioned this in the original post in part by this doll from Madame Alexander of CJ Walker.


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I do love the 1920s, as you can see from the color version of this paper doll, but I do think that Marisole makes an odd flapper girl.

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6 Responses to Black and White Printable Paper Dolls…. Marisole Monday & Friends

  1. Jessie says:

    These are wonderful and are some of my favorite sets. I am a history teacher and I would really love to see more historical paper doll sets from you, maybe the Regency? I know you did one set, but another would be wonderful, or perhaps something earlier like the 1500s or 1400s.

    I bet Marisole would look great as a Tudor lady, or as great as anyone could look in those stiff dresses. I’d also love to see her as a rural pioneer. I hope you’re still taking suggestions. I just wanted to let you know how much I enjoy checking the site to see what’s new.

    Thank you for all your very hard work.

    • RLC says:

      I’m so glad you like the historical sets. They are my favorites as well, but they are very time consuming. In general, they take me twice to three times longer than a non-historical set. I have often thought about doing something Tudor for Marisole, it just hasn’t worked out very well. Perhaps I will try again.

  2. boots says:

    ah those shoes ~ all those lovely lovely shoes!

    : D

  3. boots says:

    that’s weird ~ i left a comment on this entry last week. musta gotten eaten.

    anyway, it said something about how much i love all those shoes!

    : D

    • RLC says:

      I rescued the comment from the spam filter. I don’t know what it’s problem was… I did up the settings, because things have been slipping through…. anyway you know how I feel about shoes. :)

  4. jazz13 says:

    I love them all. :)

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