PaperDolls

Click on a character portrait below to download a PDF file for that character.
Then make a print and start cutting!

Click HERE for extras for use with the Sookie, Eric, Bill, Pam, and Lafayette dolls.
Click HERE for an additional set of extras for use with Jason, Bill, and Lafayette.

Helpful Hints:
• Print on thicker paper stock so pieces are more durable.
• Use glitter, ribbons, and other crafting/ art supplies to enhance each character.
• Leave blank spaces between arms and legs for increased stability.

PLEASE NOTE:
Paper doll artwork is for personal fun and distribution only. If you appreciate the creativity, please make a donation using the button on the upper left of screen.
Donations will be used to help keep these files available for as long as possible.

Character designs are based on those appearing on the HBO “True Blood” television series. Much love to all of those involved on a spectacular show!

Creative Commons License
True Blood Paper Dolls by Andy Swist is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 United States License.

35 Responses to PaperDolls

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  2. Gary Yandle says:

    Love the papper dolls keep up the good work and will donate after the first of next month!

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  4. Lizzy Ibarra says:

    Your work is Excellent!!!
    Thank You so Much…

  5. Tom Stackhouse says:

    Can anyone clear up how the stands are supposed to work? I tried making the grey strip into a loop and slotting the three dotted lines into each other, but then their feet end up curling round, making using the shoes impossible…

    http://i55.tinypic.com/dmz9k5.jpg

    • Andy Swist says:

      Tom, try to open up the circular base by connecting only the last two dotted lines. If that doesn’t flatten out the circle enough you can try folding the grey strips back at each end so they act like tabs to prop up the doll. I hope this helps and that you continue to enjoy the dolls!

  6. Ackal says:

    fangtastic dolls but please do Hoyt love love love him x

  7. Kelle says:

    I got really lucky, one of my best friends works in the sign and banner industry. He mounted the dolls to magnetic “paper” and then cut them out with an Exacto knife. I know how them on my fridge as fantastic magnet dolls. Love ‘em, especially my man Eric!

  8. Liam Patterson says:

    Needs a Hoyt, Godric and Talbot. But the ones you have made are wonderful! Thanks you!

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  12. Rubi says:

    Love the dolls they are so awesome! Eric and Alcide all time favorites (:
    Keep up the amazingly cool work

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  15. Jay says:

    Jason needs a police uniform now. Collection also needs a Sheriff Andy

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  18. Jack says:

    I love love love your work. The dolls are just amazingly beautiful.
    Will you still keep making new dolls for this season?
    I really hope so!

    • Andy Swist says:

      Thanks so much! It means a lot to me to hear that folks enjoy my efforts. Hoyt is the only new doll so far this season. At the moment I don’t have any plans on stopping, but new characters take some time to complete. Thanks again and come back soon to see what develops!

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  20. Courtney says:

    I would like to see Godric, Talbot and Lorena as well.

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  22. Alison says:

    I love these dolls so much! I actually made them all into magnets so I could put them on dry erase boards in my apartment. They look fabulous!! I hope you keep making more!!

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  25. Mike says:

    I am a big fan of your work. Its so creative and such an unusual medium. I hope you update Jessica with a Red Riding Hood costume. The Hoyt doll is great and I love the use of the scary baby doll. Anyway, keep up the amazing work.

  26. Daisy says:

    I’ve just come across the Alcide doll. Love it! It shall be going on my Tumblr for all to enjoy very soon. (Appropriately credited of course!) :D

  27. Kimberly Rhein says:

    simply AWESOME!! having a True Blood birthday party for my son.. A die hard Trubie who has gotten me hooked on the series also…and these will make a cool tool for adding some different decorating.. maybe the magnet thing listed above.. look forward to seeing the new characters
    Thanks!!

  28. Stacy says:

    Love love LOVED paper dolls a s a child! This is a fantastic idea! :) I’m still crossing my fingers though for some actual True Blood Barbie dolls. That would be amazing! And they would sell like crazy! Think of the characters that could be put out; accessories and outfits, special edition dolls too! I really hope they will come out with this idea very soon!

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  32. Mechteld says:

    I have always loved paper dolls. And I love True Blood. To find a page where all my fav characters can be dressed up or down is amazing! Love it!!!!! Thank you to Charlaine Harris for creating the TB-universe for us.

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