We are getting my art together for Antonio to take to the Heimtextil show in Frankfurt, Germany. Before Luca was born I used to join Antonio for all the shows. I'm hoping to get back to that someday! (many shows sadly don't allow kids)
My collection will be at booth H68 in Hall 4.2
If your attending the show stop by and take a look. There will be lots of bright, fun art for kids & baby... from florals, to conversationals with some seasonal surprises along the way!
This book features removable puzzle pieces to play with two ways. Each piece pops out of the book & can be puzzled back in place. Then... each piece can be assembled together to create Santa's Christmas Choo- Choo.
A fun & festive way to encourage hand & eye coordination.
*Hold on tight... the Christmas train pulls out of the station in just 6 days.
I think that will leave us ALL breathing a sigh of relief!
I am not Jewish but I do have a great deal of respect & curiosity about the religion.
Over the years I've been commissioned to create several Hanukkah pieces. This year I bought my first menorah as an opportunity to discuss the Jewish religion with my son Luca. As a child I had wished for a better understanding of other religions. I've checked out a couple children's books about the holiday to read as bedtime stories. So tonight at sundown we'll light our first candle.
Today I'm showing some sections of my Woodland tree skirt. This is made of felt & a variety of other fabric. To finish off the rustic, woodland look I found some wooden buttons & stained a couple in some earthy shades. I love to cut & sew & enjoyed working on this. Next step, some woodland ornaments... for next year maybe!
Bear with bird friends.
Raccoon meet Sparrow, Sparrow meet Raccoon.
How do you do?
Bunny loves berries!
A few of the fabrics I used in this Woodland tree skirt.
That's another fun part- picking the palette of fabric & special touches!