But, as you may already know, I originally designed these JCreatures™ when I was 10 years old. (I blogged about the history of the JCreatures™ here.) And I've been drawing them ever since, whether it was in my high school yearbook, on postcards I sent friends in college during my summers in Europe, or on the top of my students' exams when I was a teacher. So it makes sense that kids of all ages, including toddlers and infants, can be found wearing these shirts, too.
Moms and dads or adults who are just kids at heart can find my t-shirts in an array of colors and styles, including long-sleeve, baseball jersey, girls cap sleeve tee, organic and the little onesie above, by visiting my store.
And, because the holidays are fast approaching, if you buy one of the few toddler or kids tees or onesies offered here from today until New Year's Day, you'll also get a free copy of my new travel tips e-book: The Travel Authority: Essential Tips for Hassle-Free Travel. (Simply use the code HOLIDAYS when you checkout.)
So cute! These are great for kids.
These are so cute (as are your models)!
Very cute - and great attire for packing and travel!
Congrats on getting this going with a children's line. So impressed!
Hi Brette, Yeah, kids really like them. And the moms really seem to like the frustrated JCreatures the best. Who knew?
Hi Irene, I agree: super cute kids!
Hi merr, And there are so many different t-shirt styles that they work for any kind of trip.
Hi Alexandra, Awww, thanks. I appreciate your support.
Hi About The Book, Thanks for commenting. These kids were so easy to photograph. Wonder if the shirts had something to do with it? :-)
Very interesting concept for a t-shirt.
Those are really cool. LOVE THEM.
Hi Heather, Hope you liked 'em.
Thanks, Alisa. Glad you think they're cute. The parents and kids liked 'em, too.
Adorable! The shirts AND the kids.
Hi Sheryl, Thanks for your enthusiasm. Cuties all around!
So cute. Love the JCreatures and the tiny models, too.
Hi Jane, I couldn't ask for cuter models!
So cute. My favorite is the black on white with the red collars. The whimsy in the drawings reminds me of one of my favorite museums in Vienna--have you ever been to the Hundertwasser Museum?
HI MyKidsEatSquid, Most people like that one. No, I've never heard of that museum. But I'll have to check it out. I'll be in Vienna in the coming summer.
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