Today’s time lapse is the newest elephant to the MeganHStudio collection. After lots of customer requests to add a baby elephant in this style, I was finally able to check it off my to-do list thanks to a customer having an elephant-themed gender reveal party with timing that lined up with my custom order scheudle! Look for this little peanut in fingerprint trees, art prints, and invitations!
I used Adobe Fresco’s live water color brushes for most of this drawing, and of course, on the iPad Pro with an Apple Pencil. And guess what? I’m working on more jungle safari animals in the same style! Art print set, here we come!
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Today’s time lapse is a little cutie, for sure! I worked on this as part of a cutie-themed baby shower fingerprint tree a customer requested last month. I used Adobe Fresco’s live watercolor brushes to “paint” the mandarin. Do you have a Little Cutie who needs this in their room??
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Here’s the last one for this set, and it’s one in a million…just like “ewe”!
Formatted to print as an 8×10 art print AND an A6 fold over card! Get this week’s Freebie Friday before it’s gone! BTW, this one isn’t even available for sale in my Etsy shop yet. Talk about exclusive, right?!
Fun Facts About Sheep
Domestic sheep’s wool will grow forever. Depending on the breed, sheep typically produce between 2 and 30 pounds of wool a year
One pound of wool can produce 10 miles of yarn!
Many early presidents raised sheep. In fact, Woodrow Wilson kept a flock at the white house during World War I to keep the grass trimmed as a cost-saving measure
Sheep have rectangular pupils that allow them to have a field of vision of nearly 320 degrees
In 1996, a sheep named Dolly was the first mammal to be cloned from a somatic cell
Other News on MeganHStudio
As the world comes closer to overcoming this pandemic, think of the things we’ll have to celebrate! I’m here now, and I’ll be there then to help you celebrate the birthdays, babies, retirements, graduations, and the coaches and teachers with a wide selection of Fingerprint Guestbook Alternatives and art prints available.
Also, just released: VIRTUAL fingerprint tree gifts to thank your teachers this year! Since school is closed for many students, gathering everyone up to add their fingerprints to a fingerprint tree as a gift for teachers isn’t a possibility…BUT I can add VIRTUAL fingerprints! See how it works.
This week there is another art print and A6 fold over card waiting for you to download for Freebie Friday (pun included!). Send a note to a friend, or print up an 8×10 to frame and add to your décor! Get it here before it’s even available for sale in my Etsy shop!
Fun Facts About Cows
Cows are red/green colorblind…so that red cape in bull fights? I don’t know either!
They can see nearly 360 degrees
A cow drinks enough water every day to fill up an entire bathtub
As the pandemic continues, there will be a new freebie here for you every Friday for a limited time! Shoot, if it last long enough, every room in your house will be outfitted with some clever puns and cute hand drawn animals. More art prints and fingerprint trees like this are available for purchase in my Etsy shop!
Whether your state is still on lock down, or if you were quarantining before it was cool (Hello, Homebodies!), this little piggy is just what you need! Plus, it comes in 2 formats:
an 8×10 inch art print
an A6 fold over card
So whether you’re checking in on a friend with a note in the mail, or want to add a little piggy to your home decor, go check out this week’s Freebie Friday! Download it, print it, frame it, or send it!
This little piggy stayed home!
formatted in 2 ways!
Fun Facts about pigs
Pig’s don’t actually sweat! They roll around in the mud or water to keep cool
Pigs are very smart; Winston Churchill once famously said about pigs, “Dogs look up to man. Cats look down to man. Pigs look us straight in the eye and see an equal.”
An adult pig can run up to 11 mph
In Denmark, there are twice as many pigs as there are people