paper doll – Mrs. Carter for Stylist

paper dolls — Danielle on May 6, 2013 at 2:55 pm

mrs carter doll web dressed

So thrilled to get to do another pop-star paper doll for Stylist.co.uk – this time inspired by Beyoncé and the outfits she is wearing on her current Mrs. Carter tour. Since many of her outfits have a cute peplum detail – probably to accentuate the singer’s famous booty, I decided to do my first ever side-view paper doll to highlight all that and those fiercely arched diva brows too.

If you like this doll, click on it, download the PDF for FREE, print it and cut it out! And if pop-star paper dolls are totally your thing, go get the Tulisa doll too.

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    1. Mrs Carter would love this!

      Comment by Lorna Currie Thomopoulos — May 14 2013 @ 4:38 pm
    2. […] been a fan of Danielle Meader’s illustrations for awhile so I just had to share the new Beyoncé paper doll she created for Stylist. Danielle shared that is her “first ever side-view paper doll” […]

    3. Hello Danielle, I really love your site and your work.
      I’m thinking of trying myself out in fashion illustration, but I’m still doing baby steps for now :). Your articles and insights are very useful!
      I wanted to ask you, when you do a paper doll and you want to use it for commercial purposes, do you need to ask for permission to feature specific designer clothes or you can draw anything you want?
      Thanks in advance!
      D

      Comment by Di — July 17 2013 @ 1:37 pm
    4. Hi Di,

      Thanks for your comment! I just draw whatever I want… I do avoid copying directly from photos or other illustrations, but I believe that most subjects are fair game. Good luck!

      Comment by Danielle — July 18 2013 @ 7:49 am
    5. Thank you very much! And keep up the great work, I really love your articles, very inspiring! Best regards

      Comment by Di — September 12 2013 @ 8:58 am

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