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Twilight Paper Dolls

Updated on January 12, 2013

Twilight Paper Dolls - Edward Cullen dolls, Bella Swan Dolls, Cullen Dolls and More!

Want to know where to find Twilight paper dolls? Here you will find both free Twilight printables and paper doll books featuring Twilight, as well as ideas for dressing your dolls, making your own and much more!

There are several Twilight paper dolls available, and not just of Edward and Bella. Find all the Cullen family and Jake, too!

If you dream of playing "Bella Barbie" just like Alice, then Twilight paper dolls are for you. Read on for gorgeous paper dolls with outfits based on both the movies and the books, and enjoy dressing up your favourite Twilight characters!

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Made using Free Printable Twilight Paper Dolls by Gail B. Ross.

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"If I'd allow it, she'd love to dress me every day - perhaps several times a day - like some oversized three-dimensional paper doll."

- Bella, talking about Alice

Twilight paper dolls from Vampire Paper Dolls Book - Click to Buy
Twilight paper dolls from Vampire Paper Dolls Book - Click to Buy

Enter the World of Twilight Paper Dolls!

Whether you are here because you love Twilight, or paper dolls, or both, these dolls are great fun for all ages!

Make like Alice Cullen, who loves to dress up Bella "like a three-dimensional paper doll", and enjoy swapping outfits for Bella, Edward, Jacob and all the Cullen family.

Below you will find links to Twilight character paper dolls and outfits that you can print, as well as where to find Twilight dolls to buy. The Edward and Bella paper doll pictured here is part of the collection in Vampire Paper Dolls (Dover Paper Dolls) by Tom Tierney. If you're into vampires in general then this is a superb book for paper doll fans - find more information below.

Bella and Edward Dover Twilight Paper Dolls - in Vampire Paper Dolls by Tom Tierney

This fantastic book is perfect not only for Twilight fans but for die-hard fans of vampires in general, too. The book contains two paper dolls and 29 character costumes which you can use to transform the dolls into a variety of classic and modern vampires, from Dracula, Vampira and Lilith and Cain, to Twilight's Bella and Edward, Angel, Buffy and Spike, and True Blood's Bill and Sookie.

Vampire Paper Dolls (Dover Paper Dolls)
Vampire Paper Dolls (Dover Paper Dolls)

This book is spectacular! Not only does it contain two paper dolls and 29 character vampire paper doll costumes, but it also includes detailed notes on the history of vampires and the characters, along with stunning artwork in the masks and costumes.

The costumes come on numbered plates and are all printed on solid cardstock. There are pairs and groups as well as individual characters. Twilight features in the form of Bella and Edward, but you will also find:

Lilith and Cain * Blood Countess * Sekhmet * Lamia * Kali * Camazotz * Japanese vampires including the Chiang Shi and a vampire cat * Queen Akasha from Queen of the Damned * Baobhan Sith * Lord Ruthven from The Vampyre * The Blood Feast * Carmilla * Skeleton Count and the Vampire Mistress * Count Orlock from Nosteratu * Dracula and Dracula's daughter * Vampira * Christopher Lee's Dracula * Blacula * Barnabas Collins * Bram Stoker's Dracula * Interview with a Vampire * Angel, Buffy and Spike * Edward Cullen and Bella Swan * Sookie Stackhouse and Bill Compton from True Blood

Note: This contains mature content and is not suitable for children.

 

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"No one dressed by me

ever looks like an idiot."

- Alice Cullen

How to Make your Own Twilight Paper Dolls

Photo Credit: Copyright of the author. Made using Free Printable Twilight Paper Dolls by Karen B Ross.

1. If you're good at art, you could hand draw your own paper dolls, colour them in with pens, pencils or paint, and create an array of costumes for them! Use sturdy cardstock and remember to put some tabs on the costumes to hook them onto your dolls. If you don't want to put your designs straight onto the card, or you want to keep the originals whole, you could scan them into the computer and print them out onto the cardstock, ready for cutting out and having fun!

2. Similarly, if you're a whizz on a graphics program on the computer, you could design your dolls in Photoshop or whichever software you prefer to use, and print your designs out onto sturdy cardstock.

3. Lastly, if you're not so good at the drawing part, look for some appropriately-sized images in books and magazines, or on the web, and print them out. You can customise them by adding additional colour and embellishments.

You can customise all three types of dolls by adding accents such as a shimmer pen to make the vampires sparkle, or adding embellishments to accessorise them.

Make cardboard stands for each paper doll to help them stand up (see links above for a printable stand design).

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      Sher Ritchie 5 years ago

      I love your lens - this is FANTASTIC! Thanks for including free dolls you can print immediately, as well as ones you can buy. I've just featured your lens on my lens about gifts for dates (under the Bella&Edward section: http://www.squidoo.com/twilight-paper-dolls)- thanks for sharing!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      twilit

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      Cynthia Sylvestermouse 5 years ago from United States

      These are awesome paper dolls! What a great gift for people who love Twilight!

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      BuckHawkcenter 5 years ago

      These look so interesting. I can see the fun of paper dolls.