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I haven’t made one of these in a while! I just finished this “Courtney” painting for my niece for Christmas:
Here is Boo’s original one I made with a Peter Rabbit inspired theme:
They aren’t very hard to make with a little patience because they are done in steps! Here’s a gallery of ones that I’ve made for some ideas and links to other tutorials:
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Hot off the easel….a finished this nursery painting for my little niece who is due at the end of January. Her name is Sawyer Rose…..love the name! Her bedding is made from Michael Miller’s pink and brown damask mixed with pink dot chenille and the furniture is dark mahogany.
Updated: I’ve had a few questions about the stitching….DO NOT put hardboard under your sewing machine! 1/8″ hardboard is just that: hard. For the stitching in my paintings I take a teeny tiny itsy bitsy drill bit that just barely fits into the drill and I drill each and every tiny little hole and then it is stitched by hand!
New nursery painting finished for a little girl named Una Faith. She lives in Japan and her name means “one faith.” She loves animals.
I just finished up this nursery painting order. It is for a little boy named Cameron to be born next week. My client received it as a baby gift from her aunt and uncle. I love doing these paintings because they are so personal. The little striped birdies on the “M” are the design on her bedding. Her grandmother recently passed away and loved birds so I included a few and added the crown on the sherbet colored bird in memory.
I made these little crinkle tag toys last night using the tutorial at Joy’s Hope. Such a cute and easy idea for a baby present! I’m going to a baby shower tomorrow for my two friends Monique and Seena and I’m so excited to give these to them!