Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Sneak Peek at the Edwardian Dress Designer Kit

The next in the Dress Designer series is almost completed!

I hope to have Design Your Own Edwardian Dress ready for purchase (and a giveaway!) by the end of the summer!

Currently I am designing the watercolor illustration for the cover page - as shown in these two sneak peek pictures! :) Then, as soon as I write up the historical notes page, it will be off to the printer's shop!

Very excited about this new kit! It is such a fun and frilly time period - so many fun hats and intricatedly detailed dress styles and trimmings!

I also have a question for you, my blog readers. What time period would you like to see as the next Dress Designer?


Anonymous said...

I would like to see a little house on the prairie dress kit!!!1

Jenna K. said...

An Elizabethan dress kit would be nice!

Bethany Lynn said...

Rev war? That would be fun!

AuntLou said...

Love your work! I'd love to see a depression era kit. The Hollywood glam is OK, but I'd like to see what ladies were wearing in the every day world. :)

Riah said...

1940's!!!!!!!! I adore the 1940's! Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire are the best.

Sereina said...

It looks great, Atlanta! I would love something from either the 1930's, 1940's, and/or 1950's.

Lillibeth said...

I enjoy using your Regency kit very much! My daughter does to. I have been wondering if you could do a kit for little girls. From any era, though regency would be neat (Maybe a Kate Greenway-esque kit?), to go along with the other set.
I'm looking forward to your Edwardian kit!
-Mrs. Humphrey

Brooke W. said...

I think a 1950's would be kinda awesome. :)

Hana - Marmota said...

I guess this is out of your area of interest (mine, too) and therefore would require a lot of research, but I think late 17th -early 18th century would be awesome - little girls would love the "princess" aspect of it, no doubt.
See here:
It's such an unusual, and very pretty, era.
But I guess your customers will like anything you create, because these kits seem so ingenious to me. :-)

Chip said...

Wonderful Atlanta! Your artwork is so lovely. :D

I think a medieval kit would be really neat. :) But there are so many time periods to choose from!

Kellie said...

Oh, I love this! It looks absolutely scrumptious.

Goodness, I would say that any time period you select will be adorable - however, my vote goes to either an Elizabethan or medieval set. There are so few resources for period fashion from those eras - and the costumes are so lovely! =)

Ursula said...

A colonial era kit!


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