Ms. Mannequin in Skinny Jeans and Peasent Tops

Thumbnail of the printable paper doll clothes One of the quirky things about working so far in advance is that sometimes I stumble across files I sort of forgot about. And today’s post is one of those files. Opps.

This set was completed last year and I actually thought I’d posted it, but when I was looking through my files, I realized I never had. After a few moment of, “Well, now I feel rather foolish…” I decided to put it up. After all, there’s no reason not to post it even if it’s a little old.

When I had started this series I had decided to stick to a pretty small selection of colors designed to provide the most mix and match options for outfits, but in hind sight, I seem to recall getting pretty sick of the color options before the set was completed.

black and white printable paper doll clothes for Ms Mannequin paper doll series

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5 Responses to Ms. Mannequin in Skinny Jeans and Peasent Tops

  1. boots says:

    nice! you always make such interesting styles for your skirts!

  2. Billie Jo says:

    I love the dress and the skirts in this group of outfits! You did a great job!

  3. paperdollmom says:

    I haven’t visited your blog in a long while, and I love all that you’ve been doing! I love this new series, as I have a thing for silhouettes. This doll is lovely.

  4. paperdollmom says:

    Oh no! LOL, I just went looking through more of this series and realized the doll is not a silhouette! I still love the series, but I especially love your design of how you share the clothes in your blog posts with the silhouette…it looks beautiful! I think you should make a doll for this series that is simply the silhouette. Maybe I am just strange though! LOL. I just always love the simplicity of how that looks. Also…I hope I have been spelling “silhouette” correctly throughout this comment!

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