A Princess Detour
A friend suggested I should make sure some of my princesses were bald, in solidarity with little princess fans who are undergoing chemotherapy.
I loved the idea--in fact the whole point of Kat Green Store is to draw things for people who like to color-- especially things they have specifically asked for.
I have no idea where this will go; so I wanted to blog the journey, in case it gets interesting. My friend, who has been deeply involved in fund-raising for City of Hope most of her life, said I should contact St. Judes. She always thinks big. She also advised that I could always ask for the Child Life Director of my local Children's Hospital. This will take a bit of research and courage, but doesn't everything?
Here are the three pictures, colored. Each "Princess Power Pack" will have one colored picture on the front and all three line drawings in the pack. I'm going to make these as inexpensively as possible, because I want to donate them and my means are modest. I think they will be fun, though. I'll get clear plastic report covers and wrap them in a pink ribbon tied with a bow.
Wish me luck. And if you know a little girl undergoing chemo, or if your daughter has a friend or classmate who has lost her hair, please let me know. I'll send you one right away.
Would you like to help too? You can brighten the days of little girls undergoing chemotherapy. Your donations will offset printing, shipping, and sparkly pink bows. Below is a sample of the first batch sent to St. Judes and the Children's Hospital. You can read more at my blog for the progress.
Kat Green Store is at it again!
This time, we've rejuvanted the classic paper doll dresses. Our "paper" dolls are not paper at all, and they sure are much larger than we remember. Each poster slip form is 11"x17" and each of the six dresses fits right over top. Princess dresses are made of a thin, sticky backed material to stick and reposition anywhere! To order our Paint and Press Princess Gowns, click here.