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X Factor Tulisa doll: cut out and decorate!

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It's the X Factor finale this weekend and to celebrate, we're bringing you your very own Tulisa paper doll to cut out and decorate.

With the Twitterati tracking the X Factor judge's style choices week in and week out, we've chosen some of our favourite outfits from this year's show to dress her up with - including an art deco-inspired gown and a pink bandeau dress.

Indulge your inner child by grabbing a pair of scissors and getting snap happy with the cut-out designs, below. Or scroll down to the bottom of this article to download and print off the Tulisa doll. Hours of mindless fun awaits...

Illustrations: Danielle Meder

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