Dicken’s Fair 2014
Here are the Christmas dresses I made for the twins this year. Two more twin dresses made with Made-by-Rae’s Geranium pattern! I used a vintage looking deer fabric from Joann’s and rick-rack!
My friend Crystal bought these Disney baby princesses outfits for the twins this past October. Miss R is dressed as Cinderella and Miss J is dressed as Rapunzel. They are 0-3mo size so I wanted to make sure to get more photos of the girls in them before they outgrew them! I love that the baby princesses outfits have lapped shoulders and are made out of knit to make them easy to put on and comfortable for babies.
The quilts they are on were made by my friend AJ. Aren’t they lovely? They have Alice in Wonderland prints on the triangles and has little tabbies that babies like to play with. (There are two coordinating quilts, one for each baby.) The pretty monogrammed initial pants were made by my cousin Jennifer.
I wanted to get some photos with the Christmas tree before we took it down and with the giant Appa plush we got them for Christmas from Avatar The Last Airbender. We’re just sure the girls will like this series when they get older and regardless an Appa plush is pretty adorable for babies to roll around on.
(This post should perhaps be titled: “what dorks do with their babies”?)
Youta, “What is going on here, human?”
Merry Christmas, everyone! I hope everyone has a great holiday! I’m really looking forward to not working for a week and seeing my family.
I finished Flynn, Pascal and Rapunzel Christmas shopping that I’d been working on over the past couple days! You know Rapunzel makes them wear stupid hats all the time and there’s probably another stupid hat in that big hatbox! 🙂 I guess this will be my last art piece of this year!
This is the first art I’ve colored on the computer in a long time (I usually use markers). I’m still using Photoshop 7 and a really old wacom. D: Maybe I can get a cintiq next Christmas (probably not… ). I’d really like to try Painter again, I haven’t tried it for like… probably 10 years. haha.
Here’s the work in progress images, if you’re curious!