Marisole Monday: Mia as a Garden Fairy In Color

logo-paper-doll-flower-fairy-mia-2013-colorIt’s raining so hard tonight that I find I don’t want to do anything, but curl up on my couch in my sweats and listen to it. Winter has come to Alabama and with it a lot of rain.

So, Marisole has gotten to be green and blue, but Mia never has, so I thought it was high time she got the chance to show a little more variety in her colors.

I’ve been watching the show Cranford from Hulu and have been enjoying it very much. The show is awfully fun and full of beautiful historical costumes. I think it’s supposed to be set in the 1840s, though it’s hard to tell. Some of the dresses have distinctly 1840s silhouettes and other’s are older. Though the town is small and in the country, so it would be a little behind the times. I confess that the 1830s and 1840s are not one of my favorite time periods for ladies dress.

The show often shows beautiful English gardens and I wanted to capture those colors in today’s printable paper doll.

A fairy inspired by English country gardens with blue hair and an extensive wardrobe. From

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  1. She’s wonderful. I’d love to see fairy friends for her from Marisol and Margo. I really like how her wings came out. Thank you for all your wonderful paper dolls

    1. The wings are intended to be glued to the back of the paper doll. It is very important to paste down just the white section of the wings, so that the clothing tabs can still be folded down around the doll’s body.

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