Tuesday, April 03, 2007

paper dolls

I saw this over at A Garden Carried in the Pocket (Jenclair's wonderful blog) and now I can't stay away --

Legacy Pride paper dolls!
Have you always wanted to dress Jane Austen's Emma? Emily Dickinson? Healthcliff?

Since I'm in the middle of listening to Emma, I linked to her page, but everyone else is just as wonderful. You can choose a doll and dress her/him right there on line. How about Frida Kahlo? Punch and Judy? Maybe I'm a simple girl at heart, but this is so amusing I can hardly stop playing.


Chris said...

I thought it was fun too. Bizarre, but fun!

Literary Feline said...

That is fun! Thanks for sharing!

jenclair said...

I'm glad you enjoyed them! I thought they were great and loved using the cursor to change their clothes!

Paula said...

Oh those were so much fun!
My sisters and I used to make up paper dolls when I was little out of card stock and somestimes we would use the cloth from my Mom's sewing basket to make the clothes.