It’s Wednesday, and I have another tutorial for you to make with the Wee Wander fabric. Thanks to Pretty Bobbins writing from New Caldonia, we have a lovely project that’s simple and easy to make, a lovely visual punch in a child’s space, but super functional as well.
CLICK HERE to get the full tutorial.
This month, Parent & Child Magazine asked if I’d illustrated an article on mindfullness in kids. It’s a great article that you can read online here. I’m a huge believer in teaching children meditation and giving children the tools they need to control their bodies and minds in order to be happy. So, naturally, I was thrilled! My kids saw the magazine on the table before I could show them my feature, and Addie ran up to me and said, “Mom! Great article! I saw your drawings, and it looks great!” I love that I get to share my art with them, and that it speaks to their level of understanding.
Have a lovely week! We are busy in the studio with tons of orders, and getting ready for BYU Women’s Conference this week. Will any of you be there? We have a booth at the BYU Bookstore….more on that later! xo sarah
So, after a bit of thought, I’m not going to be offering fabric bundles in the shop after this run. It was super fun to have them with the prints as a bundle, but with with the amount of illustration work I have (and mommy work) I’ve decided that cutting the folding fabric isn’t something I want to keep up. I wanted to offer these so you had a decor package that you could design around, and get directly. So, if you were considering buying these, we only have a few left.
You can see the bundle here in the shop.
So I’m a little more than excited today to introduce you to my latest collection of art prints. It’s been a year since I’ve launched a new collection of art….and this collection is really special.
The Wee Wander fabric collection was so lovely to create and I’ve put together art prints that either come directly from the fabric themselves, or are inspired by it. These are available as fine art prints that will grace your walls for ages, leave a lasting impression of whimsy in your little one’s spaces, and tie in beautifully with my Wee Wander Fabric line.
In addition to new art prints, I’m also offering Fat Quarter Design Kits for the very first time ever!
(Very limited Quantity…and I’m not sure about when they’ll restock)
Each kit will include a Wee Wander print of your choice (choose from the 4 below) in a standard 8×10″ size.
Each kit will include a Wee Wander print of your choice (choose from the 4 above) in a standard 8×10″ size. It also includes a full FQ set of the fabric line, as well as a free download of this lovely lattice quilt using all the pieces for a full project. Or you can use the fabric as you please, and save the quilt for another project down the road.
In Addition to the Wee Wander Design Kits, I have lots of new art to grace your walls! Ready for visual overload? Good.
Catching Fireflies available in 4 sizes
Bareback available in 4 sizes
Play for Me available in 4 sizes
Dancing Bear available in 5 sizes
Spring Bunny available in 4 sizes
Set of all 3 horse prints available in 4 sizes
Horray! New Art and New Fabric Design Kits available! Wee Wander has been such a lovely collection as I’ve seen so many of you create amazing spaces and products. I hope these art prints bring whimsy and magic to your little spaces! As always, I love seeing pictures of your interiors, and you can share them with me on Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest!
And as always, I love it when you share what you love with your friends! Be sure to Pin and share what you love….I love seeing your groupings!
Enjoy, and Happy Spring!
Pillows are an easy and fun project to use up those little pieces left over from bigger projects, and it makes for lovely pops of color made in a short amount of time.
CLICK HERE for the project information.
Thanks Kritsy for the Pattern!
Pin it and Stitch it blog from the United Kingdom and was so generous to create a pattern for us out of the Wee Wander collection! This is SUCH a perfect pattern as the squares perfectly frame so many of the little illustrated vinyettes in the fabric. I love this design, and it’s a strong statement with out a lot of piecing.
Thanks so much Tracey!
CLICK HERE FOR THE TUTORIAL.