Marisole Mondy & Friends: A Set of Black and White Printable Paper Dolls

First of all… More Black and White Marisole Monday & Friends printable paper dolls (but you’ll need to scroll down…)

Secondly, Check out the new layout. It is still in progress and I’m still messing with it a fair bit, but I have high hopes for eventual success with it.

What happened was that I updated my version of WordPress and updated my old theme. Well.. that messed up the formatting and I decided that the right thing to do was finally bite the bullet and redo the entire thing. So, the blog looked schizophrenic for a few days while I tried out new and different themes. Right now, the theme is Mantra and I can only say good things about it. I judge a theme on how much of the CSS I have to rewrite myself and with Mantra the answer has been… shockingly little. Just a few small tweaks to the code. All in all, a very nice and clean theme.

Anyway, I’m not sure how I feel about the new layout, so feel free to comment and tell me what you think.

As for today’s printable paper dolls… I’m posting some more previously colored Marisole’s in black and white. I think they look charming. They’re all very modern though some of them are two years old.


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Well, I did a series of seasonal paper dolls- or at least I thought seriously about it- and this one was for Autumn. You can see the Autumn Chic in color and I forgot to give her a background pattern, though I’ve fixed that in my black and white version. Paper dolls without backgrounds just look so sad and empty to me.


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Being someone who loves alliteration, I called this paper doll set Candy Coated Couture, which made more sense when she was full color. I think she’s a great example of the importance of mixing neutrals into a colorful scheme to increase mix and match clothing options. Plus did I mention that I love most of her clothing? Now that she’s available in black and white and I think she’s just as cute.


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}

So, now Mia is getting into the act. Here she is off to prom or maybe some sort of red carpet event. I never wear an evening gown in the real world, but paper dolls aren’t meant for the real world, are they? Enchanting Evening in full color is another paper doll where I forgot to put in a background image. It bothers me, though not enough to fix it. I should really fix the apstorphe in Streets of China first… that’s the one that really gets to me.

Anyway, let me know what you think of the new theme and check back later this week. There will be another update. I’m not sure when yet… but it is going to happen.

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12 Responses to Marisole Mondy & Friends: A Set of Black and White Printable Paper Dolls

  1. Kat says:

    I really like the new layout, I spent some time with it yesterday trying to match clothing to sets.

    • RLC says:

      Thank you Kat. Maybe I should offer a prize to anyone who can name them all… Of course, then I would have to be able to do it and I don’t remember all of the ones I used.

  2. Julie says:

    I like the layout, too. And it’s always nice to know of an easy to use WordPress theme!

    • RLC says:

      I really like it, but I have to confess that I have some decent knowledge of CSS and HTML and can read an PHP document, so I never know if it would be “easy” for other people.

  3. TashaWhite says:

    i just spent a full day going over everything and i am very impressed though i feel there could be a bit more historical items. this you would not find everyday, such as pilgrim, revolution, and pre-civil war. that would be awesome. the new theme is very nice, it makes it very easy to tell what you are sharing. thank you for your efforts.

    • RLC says:

      I’m glad you like the paper dolls, TashaWhite. Historical dolls are rare because they are very time consuming to draw. Modern stuff takes a lot less research and as a historian, I don’t like messing up.

  4. meredith says:

    I think the new site looks really cool I also am excited to have more paper dolls to color!

  5. KatheD says:

    hooray! (you’re back) Hope the apartment problems are all solved. I love the new theme, clean and relevant.

  6. Corissia L says:

    I like the new layout too, although I haven’t looked at the whole site yet for all the changes. I love the PD clothes background image & the new header is pretty sharp as well.

  7. jazz13 says:

    I really like Enchanting Evening, the dress right by her head has a gorgeous pattern. :)

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