Today’s printable paper doll has a retro flare- 1950s fashions abound. My goal was to make ten Buxom and Bodacious paper dolls before the end of 2015. I’m going to be honest, I don’t know right now if I’ll make it. My other goal was to have ten historical paper dolls by the end of 2015 and I have certainly made that goal, even if I count the massive 18th century Pixie paper doll set from August as one one set and not several.
Next week I’ll have a 1940s Poppet set up. It’s very cute and I’m very excited about it.
Actually, I’m very content with where I am in blogging and life at the moment. If I can just stop thinking of January as “a long way off.”
It’s okay though. Not every plan works out well.
I was listening to West Side Story while I colored this paper doll set, so I based her skintone, hair color and eyes on a Puerto Rican friend I had in high-school.
I have a quick poll for my readers:
How would you feel about B&B sets with just clothes?
- Wonderful idea. Clothes are better than dolls any day. (54%, 26 Votes)
- May be. If it wasn't too often. The dolls are important too. (38%, 18 Votes)
- Not my thing. Without dolls, who wears the clothes? (8%, 4 Votes)
Total Voters: 48
As always I love to hear what you think in the comments and would appreciate your support through Patreon. 🙂