Precious in Floral Paper Doll Clothes for the Poppets

Poppet Posey in her School Clothes Logo I have actually been having more fun with my Poppets paper doll series than I ever thought I would. I am not terribly keen on paper dolls of children, but I do love paper dolls of dolls, so I have been enjoying the Poppets. Something I want to do in the future is create some historical costumes for them. I really love antique dolls with their trousseau of clothing and trunks. When I was a kid, I remember reading A Little Princess over and over again. In the book, the main character, Sarah has a doll name Emily. The part I read over and over again as a child was about Emily and her extensive wardrobe.

So perhaps when Greta’s Trousseau is finished (if it is ever finished), I will work on a similar project for the Poppets. There could be a trunk and a bunch of little dresses and then toys and… Maybe I should worry about that after I have a bit of a backlog rebuilt.

Meanwhile, today we have a historical inspired country feeling jumper and vintage inspired blouse with boots.

Full color Poppet Paper Doll clothes

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The outfit was partly inspired by Irma’s wonderful paper doll Madaleena. If you haven’t read it yet, Irma is my featured artist right now, so go check out her interview and her blog when you have a chance. She does beautiful work.

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2 Responses to Precious in Floral Paper Doll Clothes for the Poppets

  1. Susanna says:

    I really like the Poppets and I can’t wait to get more clothing for them. I am totally excited about the idea of historical stuff. I’d love to see some things from the 1930s, that’s one of my favorite periods for kids fashion. I just think everything from that era is totally cute. I was wondering why there wasn’t a Marisole this Monday. I missed her.

    • RLC says:

      My goal with the blog has always been to up date it with two paper doll sets a week. Most often one of these is a Marisole Monday set, but lately I’ve been having trouble coming up with ideas that I want to draw for her, so I’ve been doing other things instead.

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