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About the Blog
This is the sister site of Blog of Paper Dolls blogger.
Blog of Paper Dolls, started in December of 2009 has flourished. With many dolls on the site, and no good way to organize, I found that I needed something to organize the dolls online for easier access for my viewers and myself. Then Toria from A Paper Closet told me about Weebly and I checked it out. Hers looked great, and so I decided to fiddle about with it. On April 26th, 2011, I created a Paper Doll Blog Weebly, but kept it unpublished. Slowly I have created the new Paper Doll Blog.
About the Artist
I am a teenage girl using her imagination between school, work, family, church, and many other things, to create paper dolls for other's enjoyment.
My favorite paper dolls that I have created would have to be The Faerie Girls and Skye.
One thing I like about weebly is that I can see all my dolls together, and I can see where I have gained experience and where I need to work on.
I have always enjoyed paper dolls. I was making them long before Blog of Paper Dolls was made. They let me be someone else without having to pick up a book, or put something in the TV. I could create their world without having to use a pen or pencil, I could design their clothes without having to have millions of dollars and coping with employees and co-workers.
They became a passion to me, and now I make them all the time. I decided to share them with you. I hope you enjoy them like I do.
I am always open to series, sets, dolls, and clothes suggestions. Just let me know if you have anything you'd like me to draw!
This work by Monica B. is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License. Meaning, you can't copy or sell my work without contacting me! Also please let me know if you find infringement anywhere! Dress up game are popular.
Tips and Tricks for This Blog
What are the white outfits for?When you see a white outfit: It means you get to color it!!
How to print:
1) click on the image you want to print
2) right click on the image directly in the center of the image after it pops up and click "save image as"
3) go to the pictures folder, right click, and select print
Please let me know if:
1) broken links
2) double images
3) something somewhere where it shouldn't be
4) anything out of the ordinary