These Handmade 3D Paper Dolls Are Giving Us Major #Feels

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What Makes It Awesome

With so many quirky artists painting sneakers, doing cookie art, and making whacky products, it’s like ‘OMG, so much cool stuff and such little time!’. Add Odd Trunk, an online store, by Riddhi Rohit to that list. Through this store, Riddhi sells quirky home decor products which if placed strategically in your house, will soon have you being called, 'the-one-with-the-cool-house'. 

The main USP for Odd Trunk is their 3D paper doll that comes in the form of people, Gods, and goddess, cute figurines etc. You can either buy them as they are or you can assemble the dolls by yourself. How does that work? Riddhi will give you three easy steps. Just follow them and voila! You have your own doll ready! These can even be hung from the walls, and a set of seven dolls are priced at about INR 650. 

Odd Trunk also has quirky illustrations of gods and goddesses, drawing inspiration from Indian motifs and elements. We love the cute Chettiar couple, where the maami has blue hair! Riddhi also creates new characters for her dolls, with Psybaba, who has slick shades on, a bindi, looking trippy, being our fave. Riddhi uses watercolours and acrylic paints and does pen and ink work. Also check out the luminaries, lampshades, and charms that she makes. 


Riddhi also makes eco-friendly, hand-painted cardboard-based jewellery during festival time, so keep an eye out for that. 


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