A Star Trek Paperdoll: Gilora of Cardassia

Two posts in two days… I’m on a roll! Granted, they are both paperdolls, but hey!

I realize that two paperdolls doesn’t quite constitute a series of different Star Trek alien paperdolls, but it’s a beginning! Here’s a Cardassian friend for Tora Tarel of Bajor… meet Gilora of Cardassia! (Click on the image to enlarge, if you decide you want to print it or take a closer look.) Also, at some point in the future I will try posting a video of Gilora trying on her outfits in a flash-player virtual closet.

Gilora of Cardassia


A Star Trek Paperdoll: Tora Tarel of Bajor

Hello world!

I don’t know if I have any readers left… it has been a pathetically LOOOONG time since I have posted! And even now, you might now consider this a “real” post. I couldn’t help sharing it, though. I’ve just finished watching all of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine for the first time. I fell in love with the characters, especially Kira Nerys and Odo. It inspired me to create this Bajoran paperdoll, loosely based off of Kira and her costumes from the show. (To print, click on the image to enlarge it.)

I may eventually create a series of different Star Trek alien paperdolls. No promises, though. Anyway, I hope you enjoy!

Tora Tarel Bajoran Paperdoll

The Human Heart… by Toni L.A. Cross

Muscle moving

 By sheer will

The heart endures

Twice its fill

Lone and braving

The dark night

The heart dreams of

Morning’s light

Titan of the

Mortal’s frame

Onward blaze and

Never tame

Talya the Paperdoll: Part 2

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I created a tiny version of the Talya paperdoll (it literally fits into my hand) and hand colored each of her wigs. I wanted to show you want the end result looked like. If anyone else colors her, feel free to share the pictures with me!


Collage Girl Paper Doll

I created this paperdoll tonight, while watching coverage of Sandy. We are currently staying with my inlaws, who just lost a family member to dementia and disease. I was going to head home today, but the library I’m employed at, called to inform me that we will be closed tomorrow, due to the storm.

If you would like to print this paperdoll, you can print it from here. I don’t take the credit for the clothing designs. Her outfits are basically a collage that I cut and colored. The doll, however, is completely my creation, except for her eyes. Please see the detailed image for collage credits.

I’m also including a slideshow of the creation process. Enjoy! I hope you all are safe and dry.

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