I decided instead of doing the Pinterest coming home from the hospital preservation (which is cool, but not for me) I would ask a local Kentucky artist to preserve this precious memory for me. Lucinda Scharf is the owner and full time artist at Rooti Patooti in Rosewood, KY. Seven years ago she did a beautiful pastel drawing of my wedding dress, which has hung in every house we have lived in, including our now tiny apartment. When trying to figure out what to do with the kids coming home outfits I instantly thought of her. I love art and I love my kids precious outfits so why not combine them?
My wedding dress, forever preserved, and one of my favorite pieces of art!
Seriously friends they turned out adorable and can hang on my wall forever, not be put away in storage, which lets face it is probably where the outfits are headed. I opted for an 8x10 of my kids outfits and I already had the frames so I framed them myself. However, I am sure she would be willing to do any size (my wedding dress is 16x20), and I do know for a fact that she will mat and frame them. They are made with pastels so once they are framed your probalby don't want to be changing them out frequently.
Where did this tiny girl go?
Why is he already 4 months old? Slow down!