Thursday, November 24, 2016

Thanksgiving Fashion Paper Doll - Mira

Happy Thanksgiving! Our day is busy with family and yours probably is, too.  If it's Thanksgiving where you are, I hope you enjoy it.  If it isn't...well, you get an awesome paper doll to download anyway!!

This is the final paper doll in the Thanksgiving mini series.  These have been a lot of fun to make & the response to them has been very positive! I've really enjoyed this set.

The next paper doll set is the December angel paper doll.  I gotta say, it might be my favorite paper doll ever.  So it's a big deal!

And this is pretty much the last call on angel paper doll suggestions, so if you've got one, let me know! I have several vintage inspired ones, several history inspired ones, and some really random ones.  I can't wait to share them all!! Til then, have a great Thanksgiving!


  1. you're so fearless with your children dolls. one of these days i'll make a child--maybe. ha! i love how the patterned bottoms can be tights or pants!

    i'm excited for your angel paper doll! if no one has suggested it, i hope you include a persian one! : D

    1. The toddler series was a challenging one to develop. I took a lot of inspiration from my nieces and they love leggings. They wear them under dresses, as pants, just all the time.

      Believe it or not, I was just working on a Persian outfit! I came across a really great set of photographs from pre-1980 Iran that catalogs the history of Iranian and Persian clothing. It was on Pinterest, of course!

  2. Love these toddler paper dolls. I think this who family is super sweet.

    As for Angel paper dolls, I'd like to see something nautical. So many people die at sea, it seems there should be an angel watching over them.

    Happy Thanksgiving!

    1. I like making family sets at different holidays. I really should do it regularly and put together a family holiday paper doll book.

      I love the idea of a nautical angel! I live in northeastern Massachusetts, not really at the coast but close to it. We're about a 20 to 30 minute drive from iconic MA towns like Gloucester, Ipswich, and Salem. There are statues and dedications to sailors lost at sea all over the place so this is definitely a theme I can get behind!