Monthly Archive:: April 2014
The Racine Scouts Drum & Bugle Corps is an organization I work with from time to time on a pro bono basis. I designed this Christmas card for them,
I researched Holiday on Ice skating costumes from the 1950s and 1960s for this paper doll set. It was designed to be a large poster— like a Holiday on
The Fifties Formal Fantasy paper doll set is based on photographs from formal dances that my mother and her bridge club friends provided me. The dresses drawn from these
I designed this logo for a store my sister was instrumental in opening in the Memphis area. The logo is shown here on the hangtag
This set is based on the wardrobe of my friend, Harold. He travels almost exclusively by motorcycle and wears leathers every day. The ensembles I have rendered for this
I was asked to create this paper doll for the Madame Alexander issue of Doll Castle News. I used my Madame Alexander Scottish Girl as the inspiration.
This set was done as a 2-page spread for Doll Castle News magazine. It’s my aunt’s Patsyette doll, with vintage majorette uniforms.
Claire McCardell (1905-1958), pioneered a style of modern sportswear that embodied a functional, casual elegance that endures in American design today. What happens when you add a bit of
While not an advanced seamstress, I do like to sew. These pieces were from a time when I was experimenting with quilted fabric post cards. Thankfully, a friend had