Marisole Monday & Friends: Mia as a Fairy in the Garden

logo-paper-doll-flower-fairy-mia-2013-bwFirst things first… I forgot to write on the wings that they’re meant to be pasted to the back of the doll. My bad… Sorry.

Secondly, Happy Veteran’s Day. One of these days, I will remember this holiday far enough in advance to do something thematic. Still, I think Veteran’s day is one of the more important US holidays, so I want to thank any of members or former members of our armed services today.

Meanwhile, I’ve had several requests for fairies over the years. I’ve never done one, except for a Halloween set where I did a fairy costume, but other than that I haven’t done many fairy paper dolls.

It’s a rather out of season. I seem to think of flowers and gardens in the summer when they bloom, but I live in Alabama now where the flowers cling on long after the normal times that flowers are supposed to bloom.

(Pansies in January are freakish. That’s all I have to say on that subject.)

Oh, there are some pixie paper dolls which fairy themes, now that I think of it. I did Fleur, Belladonna and Flora. Of course, I suppose having done 3.5 of them is not a bad statistic over the years.


A paper doll coloring page featuring a fairy and her extensive wardrobe. From paperthinpersonas.com

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Anyway, feel free to comment on the printable paper doll if you wish. I’m pretty pleased at how she came out.

9 comments

  1. I really like this set. I think the wings are really cool and I love all the details with the flowers and things. Your paper dolls are lovely.

  2. Love this site and the dolls. Should you want or need inspiration for another fairy collection, check out “Fairie-ality: The Fashion Collection from the House of Ellwand.”

    1. I do actually own Fairieality… sort of… when I moved out of the house, my mother really didn’t want me to take it. So, I left it with her. I haven’t looked at it in years, but you’re right- it would be great source material for paper dolls like this one.

  3. This is very pretty. My sister and I love this site.
    I was wondering if you can convert some of your older paper dolls into black and white for coloring?

    1. Thank you for your nice words about my paper dolls. I do sometimes convert my older paper dolls into black and white for coloring; however, it’s not something I do very often and sometimes it takes a long time before it gets finished. Is there a specific paper doll set you or your sister would like to see?

  4. Sorry I took such a long time in getting back to you. One both of us would like to see is Prom Night 2o10. Thank you for the paper dolls.

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