Marisole Monday and Friends: Queen of Dusk

Marisole Monday and Friends Logo and Link to free printable Marisole Monday paper doll I confess I named this paper doll after I decided on the color scheme, so it doesn’t make as much sense in black and white as it does when the doll is fully colored. I thought about making her another princess, but then I decided that Queens have power. Power seems like a good thing. So, she’s a Queen not a Princess. (Unless you want her to be a Princess, in which case, go for it, I say.)

Having recently watched the first Hobbit film with my Mother to get ready to go see the sequel, I feel that I can say these costumes feel far more Elf like than Hobbit or Dwarf. Also the new first of the Hobbit movies felt very manic.

I like the layers on the dresses, but I’m not totally pleased with the shoes. Still… Not everything has to be perfect, I suppose.

Someone requested the lute. That’s why she has a lute. I am not going to go down in history as the worlds best lute artist. Still, it was fun to draw my slightly deformed insturement. I wish I could recall who asked for a lute… If it was you, drop me a comment. It’s bugging me now.

Anyway… Um… Here’s a paper doll.


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8 Responses to Marisole Monday and Friends: Queen of Dusk

  1. Natalie says:

    I really like her hair :) and her belt is pretty interesting as well

  2. Rachel says:

    My girls are loving these dolls! Thanks so much for creating them.

  3. jazz13 says:

    Queen of the Dusk has a MUCH better ring to it than Princess of the Dusk in my opinion. :)

  4. jazz13 says:

    And, just because you mentioned it, who’s your favorite character in the Hobbit?

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