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Paper Dolls from Film and TV

Kyle Hilton paper dolls girls

Illustrator Kyle Hilton creates paper dolls from his favorite movies and TV shows. Delightfully odd, they’re a fun way to interact with your favorite on-screen dramas. Featuring characters from Breaking Bad, Arrested Development, Downton Abbey, Parks and Recreation and many more, there are enough dolls on his Society 6 site to keep the biggest fan entertained. And in case you don’t want to play with dolls (say what?), the collection is also offered framed or as canvas prints. Keeping it classy.

I’ve pulled together some of my favorites below. Which ones would you choose?

 

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  • Girls 1 of 11
    Girls
    Marnie Michaels from HBO's Girls.
    Available at Society 6, From $16 for an 8 x 10 print
  • Downton Abbey 2 of 11
    Downton Abbey
    Celebrate the season premiere and act out your favorite scenes with Thomas and O'Brian.
    Available at Society 6, from $16 for an 8 x 10 print
  • Downton Abbey 3 of 11
    Downton Abbey
    The many faces of the Dowager Countess.
    Available at Society 6, $16 for an 8 x 10 print
  • Arrested Development 4 of 11
    Arrested Development
    Get yours ahead of the forthcoming new season (YES!).
    Available at Society 6, $16 for an 8 x 10 print setting
  • Arrested Development 5 of 11
    Arrested Development
    Buster Bluth. Was there ever a more perfect character for a paper doll?
    Available at Society 6, $16
  • Breaking Bad 6 of 11
    Breaking Bad
    Every paper doll should come with a Hazmat suit.
    Available at Socety 6, $16
  • Parks and Recreation 7 of 11
    Parks and Recreation
    She's really mad about these.
    Available at Society 6, $16
  • Parks and Recreation 8 of 11
    Parks and Recreation
    If you're going to get a Leslie Knoppe print, it needs to be framed.
    Available at Society 6, $33
  • Tim & Eric Awesome Show 9 of 11
    Tim & Eric Awesome Show
    Great Job!
    Available at Society 6, $33
  • It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia 10 of 11
    It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
    Frank Reynolds, paper doll. He's thrilled. You are going to play with these, right?
    Available at Society 6, $16
  • It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia 11 of 11
    It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
    You can't really engage in appropriate paper doll scheming unless you have more than one character.
    Available at Society 6, $33

• Nicole Balch writes daily about living a stylish life and transforming the so-so on her blog, Making it Lovely. Catch up with all of Nicole’s other Family Style posts right here on Babble.

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