50’s-inspired dress

This 50’s-inspired dress was another fun Maplelea project.  When I work on fabric patterns and am given a theme I try to do a small variety of different patterns for the client to choose from. I am so happy they chose this one. It’s so colourful and playful.

As with all of Maplelea’s products you get a new journal page for your doll’s journal. I do the illustrations for these as well. I love doing these because they are usually teaching kids about something Canadian, history, environment, geography etc. Such a nice Canadian/educational touch to these products!
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Photos used with permission from Maplelea Girls.

2 Comments

  1. I really think your illustrations are fantastic. The Way We Pray is so natural and creative. Wish the Anglican Church had something as wonderful.
    Heather aka Diane Smale’s neighbour.

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