Friday, December 8, 2017

Designing for babies

Thinking that I would submit work, like I mentioned before to different places, and one of those places was LandofNod. So with that in mind, I concentrated on creating images I thought would look good on baby onsies. 

So then I uploaded them to my cafe press shop. You can purchase these designs there on onsies, bibs, diaper bags, and burp cloths.  

Still haven’t submitted anything to any companies though.... it is a weird combination of fear and procrastination and uncertainty.... 

I will put it at the top of my to do list for 2018. 

1. Submit artwork to publishers
2. No really, actually submit it.
3. Break it down into tiny steps... write an email to a publishing company 
4. Attach examples of at least 5 pieces of art
5. Hit send on the email
6. Try again to hit send
7. One more try, really just hit send. 

Why is this so hard?

Hope your holiday season is going peacefully well!


  1. They are all beautiful and so perfect for baby clothing.

  2. Wish I had a baby in my family so that I could dress them up in lovely clothes like that but no babies, just had to enjoy your work as it is, on the blog. Darn.

  3. They are all so cute. My favorite is the fish.

  4. Oh my goodness! These are so cute!! I love them. We have an 8 month old granddaughter so if ind these very isnpiring!

  5. I hear fear of rejection, and fear of success in these words! Your work is so worth licensing in many areas! These are absolutely stunning little onesies!Your work needs to be out there. Always remember most people get at least 20 rejections before they get's nothing personal. Jk Rowling's was rejected countless times and boy were they wrong!

    Peace Giggles