Rylee Up Close watercolor portrait.
Inspired from a portrait I made of John that went to the SOAP gallery juried art show in Youngstown, Ohio.
Taking commissions for portraits from babies to adults. Email me with inquiries.
More baby stuff. Guess that’s what happens when you have children or grandchildren. I keep inventing things.
We made a step stool that’s a timeless gift. It turned out really nice.
I made the template/pattern and John cut it out of cherry wood. Then I reverse painted the name so the wood would come through. Then varnished the whole thing.
I’ve been working on so many projects that I haven’t posted here in a while.
More baby bibs. Here’s one in action! Helping babies learning to feed themselves be independent and clean!
Working on a maternity clothing line to support women through motherhood. widdlemama brand kaftans in a simple original style and a button front design for comfortable and convenient nursing.
Instagram site up @widdlemamakaftans
Website coming widdlemama.com
Professional photography by Cameron Derby Photography helps tell the widdlemama story with real mothers and their babies modeling the dresses.
On trend cactus motif for my baby bibs. Funny that cactus' are a popular graphic now. Not bunnies and puppies.
I had a request to make more flower bibs like the one in the archive photo of my daughter on Etsy. So here's two more for messy girl babys.
Pom poms on corners complete these on trend baby bibs.
Twins eating out wearing their turtleBibs!
On trend blue bib with llama for my daughter whose having a baby first of April. I plan to make more llama bibs in different colors. She already said she liked it before I decided to give it to her. So, yay!
This little cutie is wearing one of my motocross bib designs. I think it's as long as he is right now! But very soon he'll need it when he starts to feed himself and might make a few messes. So glad to see this adorable little guy wearing the bib!
New Happy Face design. First color posted on Etsy. To make you smile!
Printed individual artwork of faces for coaster set. They turned out really nice!