This one has been percolating for a while…ever since we introduced the kiddos to the Wizard of Oz earlier this year. I just can’t get enough of the fabulousness of the Art Deco Emerald City in the film, especially with Pantone’s color of the year on the brain lately! Now if only I could think of a way to interpret the horse of a different color!
So, I guess the kids have been watching me in action…
This lovely piece is by my daughter who adores the Magic Schoolbus and has named her “child” Raven Parr in honor of her favorite song and The Incredibles. I especially love the exploration of cursive and the rendering of Liz the lizard.
A birthday present for a brand-new 5 year old—with some of her favorite things. I used a new glue pen to do the glitter on this one, and it makes a huge difference!
For a little girl on her way whose mama likes dahlias and is preparing a pretty pink nursery.
OK, so fun to draw all these animals together at a smaller scale than usual. And how amazing are a zebra’s stripes? (SO amazing!) This is for a little man with lots of energy and funny sweetness to share with the world.
Jungle fever over here lately! My husband keeps loving the little chimp wherever he shows up…and I hope little Elijah likes him too! It’s such a joy to research the animals and see the wonderful ways they’ve been put together. I love that lions can be majestic and crazy-haired at the same time!
For a little-boy-to-be who is being grown by a girl who has loved monkeys for ever since I can remember.
For a tiny girl born in the Canadian winter, destined for a childhood in the warmth of Western Africa. Glittery for fun girlishness and her spicy Latina mama.
These were created for a little-girl-to-be whose mama is an admirer of elephants, and whose daddy loves to read. Designed to match this bedding.