The Dolls

Here are all my paper dolls. Dolls with italicized names have been retired and are not part of the current collection.

Keira Michelle Fletcher, MyAG #44

Cora Brooke Logan, MyAG #23

Kendall "Kenna" Elizabeth Brooks, American Girl of the Year 2012

Saige Emma Copeland, American Girl of the Year 2013

Vivienne Isabella Lu, MyAG #30

Holly Renee, Little Miss Matched Uptown Girl

Meredith Olivia, custom Blythe

Quinn Marie, custom Blythe

Eleanor Perrin, custom Jess doll with Kanani's wig and Kit's eyes

Violet Saige, American Girl of the Year 2013


Juliet Elise, Essential Ellowyne Five with blonde wig


Alia Mitsuki, custom doll (version 1)



Rani Taliesin, My American Girl #55 (version 1)


Tesla Jane, My American Girl #53


(l-r) Fiona Alice, Madeline Rose, Aisling Margaret; Ever After High


Daisy, dressed as Garden Patience


Sally, original Sad Sally


32 comments:

  1. Nice dolls! I would add a page like this, only I add dolls almost everyday!!

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  2. Awesome! Do they share clothes? If they do, how?

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    1. All the dolls except Holly are approximately the same size, and the clothes are removable.

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  3. Hi N! If you were to sit down and from start to finish make a naked doll, about how long would it take?

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    1. I expect it would take about ten minutes. I've never timed it, but when the doll contest ends I'll time how long it takes to make the doll and let you know.

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  4. Cora is the paper version of my Mary!

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    1. That's really cool! I've always wanted to own MyAG #23.

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  5. My favorites are Quinn and Saige.

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  6. Vivienne is my version of Kelsey like ninas Mary :) I love Kelsey my ag #30 is adorable!!!!!!! Especially In the new outfit

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  7. YOU SPELLED MY NAME RIGHT!!! (my name is Juliet) SOOOOOO many people add extra t's or e's! i think my way is french!

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  8. I've made a paper Caroline Abbott and Sandie from Our Generation

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    1. Would you please send me some pictures? I would love to see them, and I would be honored if you would guest post about your dolls.

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    2. Okay! I will do my best.

      P.S I have also made MyAG (unknown number) named Clare and a Paradise Kid named Annabelle.

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    3. Oops! She's number 52 with a haircut.

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  10. I really like your dolls! Paper dolls are a really great idea, even if I'm not good enough at drawing people to do it. :)
    I really like Perrin and some of your other retired dolls. I think that I like the first Saige you made a bit more than the second, but they both look great and like the real doll. :)

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  11. I wish I could draw that good...I'll give paper dolls a try, and see how they turn out. I really want to make some!

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  12. About how big are your dolls?

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  13. Have you ever made a paper doll that was a boy?

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  14. Are they designed and created in such a way that the hair can be changed like wigs? That's brilliant! I love that!!!

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  15. 2 questions, what do you mean by retired (do you throw them away)? And are all of them retired, it looks like all their names are in italic?

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    1. If they're retired, it means that I've put them away or given them away, and they won't be showing up in future posts. There are some dolls that are not retired, but I've been really busy and haven't had time to update the page with their photographs.

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  16. Wow! How do you make the clothes fit the dolls? Do you measure them? I'm going to so try out making paper dolls using your tutorials. Thanks so much! I am a huge fan! :)

    ~Lydia~ <3

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  17. I'm about to make a paper doll..... It's been forever since I sat down and thought about paper dolls.... Now I think I'll make a page or 16 of paper dolls!

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  18. Do you still actively draw paper dolls? Our local fair was a few weeks ago and I entered two paper dolls and a house made of a twinkies box. As I drew the dolls I thought of you:)

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    1. Aw, thanks! I hope that they did well at the fair, that sounds like so much fun. I don't have as much time any more to draw paper dolls (in my limited free time I sew, which is a different sort of paper fun), but I'm always on the lookout for fun things to draw.

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    2. Sewing is a lot like paper dolling. :p

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  19. N, perhaps you could add your vinyl dolls to this page? I would love to read about them.

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