So remember how this past Monday Pride and Prejudice turned 200? And how my drama class is reading a reader’s theatre version of it (edited by your’s truly)? Well, for the occasion, I decided to make some little paper dolls to play with and show while we read. It kind of morphed into a huge monster of a project, and I still have a few I want to add. I’m planning on taking these and making like legit ones, colored and done up in Photoshop and laminated. I think it would be really cool! But here’s what I’ve done thus far.
I’m going to make one of Georgiana and Lady Lucas as well. But I think they turned out pretty well! And they were just buckets of fun to make. 🙂 (And yes, TECHNICALLY they’re more in line with being a ‘paper child’ collection — paper children? — because you can’t change their outfits, but whatever.)
- Pride and Prejudice Bicentennial Art Cards (mollybuffington.wordpress.com)
- Happy 200th Anniversary, ‘Pride and Prejudice!’ (fitnessandfrozengrapes.com)
- ‘Pride and Prejudice’ celebrates 200 years: Its influence on modern pop culture (popwatch.ew.com)
- Happy Anniversary, Pride and Prejudice! (keciaadamsauthor.wordpress.com)
- 200 Years Of Jane Austin’s Pride & Prejudice (new102.cbslocal.com)