Children’s Wall Art from Etsy Stores

December 3, 2008 at 11:17 am 1 comment

Drool, Drool… come look!


There are all kinds of ways to put a glorious fall leaf to use. You could borrow a paddle and use it to float gently downstream, you could hop on board as it breaks from the branch and ride it back to solid ground, you could wrap yourself up in it to keep warm on a star-filled autumn evening… or you could even hoist it over your head to keep out of the rain!”

You’ve stumbled on FlutterBrush, the work of artist Kris Aro McLeod.

Kris is  a children’s writer and illustrator. She is a teacher and a mom. Her first picture book is out! It’s called HUSH-A-BYE COUNTING. It’s about dreams and love and beauty and just getting to sleep. It has pop-ups, lift the flaps, and lots of fun-filled rhyme! Check it out on Amazon.

She makes her prints with attention to detail. The inks and papers are archival- made to last at least 75 years using an Epson 2400 printer, Epson Ultra chrome K3 inks, and Epson Ultra Premium Matte Paper.
She won’t don’t sign, date, or send a print into the world unless it feels perfect!

To see more of my her work visit her website:


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