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Collection: Monsters and Mutations
30 years I've worked as a fine artist, scenic artist and prop master and have enjoyed working for many major theme parks and movie studios. Now retired, I've always wanted to work with my own cloth designs. Now I will
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Mothers of boys and Tom boys beware! Kids will drag home all sorts of magic treasures and strange friends.
Mothers of boys and Tom boys beware! Kids will drag home all sorts of magic treasures and strange friends. Checking pockets and boxes under beds are an essential part of parenting these little collectors as you just never know what they might bring home.
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This is so wonderful. I had two little boys once and a tom boy girl, so this is on spot. Great color and images. You are a fabric STAR Whimzwhirled. Purple Finch( Char Flum)
Posted over 2 years ago.
Thanks Penny and Amy for having a look and leaving feedback. Penny I was and continued to be the Tom Boy my mother never wanted. It was a constant battle of frilly dresses getting filthy with mud and tree sap. The hair was the battle royal at my house. And Amy the queen Frankenstein herself. A monster nod from you is oh so sweet.
Monsters and Mutations....now you're speaking my language, Janiece!!!! I love this design!!!!
Fun design. I was one of those kids. I wanted every animal in the world for a pet including various snakes, lizards and even snails!
Thanks for having a look Rhonda. I remember when I was a kid I had a scheme for keeping found kittens. I would bring it home and mom would start off with take that thing back where you found it. I said I had to go to the bathroom and would she hold it for me. By the time I got back she was cootchy cooing it and that is when I'd start my speech about how it was all alone etc. Worked every time. I just had to get the kitten in her hands and it was all over. lol
Posted over 3 years ago.
Your design made me feel glad that my kids limited the "look what followed me home" list to dogs, cats, birds, mice, lizards, fish, octopus and a horse or two! I am so glad that dragons and other magical realm creatures eluded their lures!
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