Hello Natalie! A New Printable Paper Doll

natalie-logoOkay, so years ago there was this show called Forever Knight which I confess I loved when I was in middle school and high school, as it was shown on Sci-fi as reruns. In fact, in graduate school when I found out the library had the whole series of DVD (okay.. so that library had some weird DVD options… they also had all the seasons of Law and Order) I openly confess to re-watching all the adventures of the vampire cop.

So, when I created a brunette paper doll with curls, I had to name her after Natalie Lambert played by Cathrine Disher who was the coroner best friend of the vampire cop. I still don’t know how the show ever got made, since it is such an absurd premise to begin with- Vampires Fighting Crime! Still, there’s a lot of other stupid TV shows that made it, and Forever Knight at least didn’t fall into the trap of having every show end with a happily ever after.

Truth be told, I watch very little contemporary TV, except home decorating shows. I do keep meaning to finish the first season of Orange is the New Black.

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So.. confession… her eyes kinda bug me…. But despite that, I do like how she came out.

I was going to make her blond and she was blond for a while, but I noticed that I have a lot of blond printable paper dolls here. It’s one of my pet peeves that in sets of doll with lots of skin colors, the white doll always seems to be a blond or a redhead. I do the same thing a lot, because after a while brown hair gets boring and it’s not like I can apply red hair to a brown skinned doll and call it natural (though red highlights to appear naturally in some dark haired people). Anyway, this is a long involved way of saying that today’s paper doll is a brunette, though in the future there maybe more paper dolls with the same skin color and other hair colors.

And that’s all for today. I do want to know though… Has anyone else ever watched Forever Knight or am I the only one?

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    1. Office supply stores carry magnetic paper, also you can find it online through several different retailers. I have used Office Max and Staples brands of gloss magnetic paper.

  1. “Forever Knight” was the best! 😀 Where I grew up, we only got a few episodes and those were mostly out of order (and I’m discovering just how many Canadian shows we got!) but I remember really enjoying it. I should re-watch them in full now that there’s more access.

    Natalie is very graceful and she has killer heels! If you ever see “Blood Ties” (another Canadian vampire series, though more recent) you might be inspired to create a Vicky doll 🙂

    1. Yeah, I think I mostly started watching it because it was played after school before my parents got home. I didn’t see any of it in order until I actually re-watched the whole series in Grad school.

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