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Stop by to see what illustration adventures I've been on and snag a freebie or two. See you there!

Clip Art Set: Emotions

This set of Emotions set was a labor of love but worth every moment. I started with a long list of common emotions and whittled it down to the ones I felt I could really convey with facial AND limited upper body expression.

I kept these final 16 emotions to upper body images to help focus in on the expression and ended up creating a boy and girl version of each one, so 32 unique characters in all.

I have seen some really creative uses of these characters, not just on emotions themed projects. I like to drop a kid or two into an Instagram post to keep things fun and light.

I love them all, but this one confused girl is my favorite...

But who could resist this sad fellow...

I created a cute 16 Emotions Poster with one of each of the emotions. This set comes with printable 8.5"x11" and 11"x17" versions, perfect to have at home or in a classroom.

You can find my Emotions Clip Art set and 16 Emotions Poster in my Teachers Pay Teachers shop.

Clip Art Sets: 2D Shapes in Real Life

Check out these sets added to my shops: 2D Shapes in Real Life. I spent probably way too much time choosing the right real life object for each shape. My 6 year old was very involved the development process. Thanks to my studio helper I think these sets came out pretty nice!

There are 6 sets total (as of right now). They're listed individually and as a bundle.







Also available in a bundle!

Find these sets listed in each of my stores:

Clip Art Set: April Icons and FREE Coloring Page

This post is a little late in coming. I got a bit distracted in packing for my beach vacation with the hubs. You can't blame me for getting a little excited, right?

Well, I'm back with more than a bit of a tan, a new clip art set, and a freebie butterfly coloring page.

But first, here are some obligatory photos from our trip to the beaches of Punta Cana.

I spent my quiet time doing some business planning and brainstorming (thanks to Kelli Alaina's "Get it Done with Grace" free business e-course from this spot...

And this spot...

Most importantly I spent lots of quality time with this fellow...

So Happy April! Here is the latest addition to my Monthly Icons series. You can grab it in either my Teachers Pay Teachers or Educents stores for FREE through the month of April.

Don't forget to grab this super cute FREE butterfly coloring page, too! You can download this beauty HERE.

Clip Art Sets: Antonyms (Kids & Animals)

Newly released this week: Animal Antonyms and Antonyms & Opposites (Kid Style).

I seriously love how these all turned out. It may have taken me three weeks from sketch to finished color but it think it was all worth it.

And what I love most about the Animal Antonyms and the Antonyms & Opposites sets is that you can use them for SO much more than opposites and grammar studies. You could probably come up with a story for every duo, and then mix and match and come up with whole new ones. I know I sure did.

Like this fellow. I imagine him relaxing after a hard day in the pig stye. It's rough getting muddy, rummaging around the trough for those corn cobs and watermelon rinds! In fact, just after you're done checking him out he's planning on pouring himself a nice glass of red and cracking up a good book.

And these kids were SO much fun to do. To come up with each character I tried to imagine a situation  where they might be interacting, again, a perfect place to imagine a storyline. Each of these kids are so individual and strong on their own they could be used for many other projects.

When I created each look I drew upon people in my life. The boy "Standing" is based off of my brother with his jet black buzz cut and dramatic Eddie Munster hairline. The "Loud" girl is my daughter. No explanation needed. The "Short" boy's light tipped blonde hair is inspired by my son.

And to be honest, the "Happy" girl and the "Sad" boy were also inspired by the many emotional ups and downs of that four year old "strong willed" girl.

You can find these sets in my shops...

Clip Art Sets: St. Patrick's Day and FREE Coloring Page

I've just released three clip art sets with St. Patrick's Day in mind. Introducing...

St. Patrick's Day Leprechauns

This set contains two groups of Leprechauns. The first is a single leprechaun in four different positions. The second is a group of four different leprechauns in four different positions. I couldn't decide which would be the most useful to folks so I did them both!

Five different hand painted leprechauns? Can't go wrong with that! The set also includes a full pot of gold, an empty pot, half rainbow, full arc rainbow, and a handy money bag.

St. Patrick's Day Gold Coin Stacks

This set includes gold coins in stacks of 1 - 10. There are three different coin type: plain, shamrock, and four leaf clover. Each of these is shown as both front view and angled view. We have to count the leprechaun's money once we get ahold of it, right?

Four Leaf Clover Page Decor

This set features lucky four leaf clovers in corner graphics, full page borders, square borders, lines, single clovers, and a clover cluster. How could you not feel lucky after seeing these on your pages?

Find these three sets individually or as a discounted bundle in my Teachers pay Teachers and Educents shops. Click below to find them in your favorite marketplace.

And for a little fun why not grab this coloring page created with elements from these St. Patrick's Day sets. Available in my Teachers pay Teachers and Educents shops.

Clip Art Set: March Icons

I updated my March Icons with a rainbow of lucky horseshoes. FREE for the month of March in my Teachers pay Teachers and Educents shops.

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