I’ve been following Christina at Le Trango: An Illustrated Accessories Company for quite awhile and always get a smile when I see her adorable illustrations coming through my WordPress reader. So I decided to check out her Etsy Shop and found this sweet set of notecards I can send to my friends and family. The shop also features Christina’s whimsical creatures on canvas tote bags, pocket mirrors, and stuffed toys. Click here for Le Trango’s blog, here for the Etsy Shop, and here for the FB page from this post or anytime from my Shop Love! page above. Thank you, Christina! ♥
Those are adorable! I love fun cards like that!
I do, too! You just know they’re going to make the recipient smile! 🙂
I know!!! What a fun imagination she has! 🙂
Reminds me of Quill! 🙂
Me, too! Maybe that’s why I love these so much! 🙂
I agree!!! 🙂
you can’t help but smile when there are party hats involved.
So THAT’S it!!!:) I love your fun observations, Boomdee! 🙂
Just put her etsy in my faves! Just too cute!
Yay! I knew you’d like her little creatures on paper since you come up with some adorable ones yourself in fabric, Josee! 🙂
Gorgeous cards and so darn cute! They certainly make me smile! I will be going to find her on Etsy. Thanks for the find and the share. x
They are! There’s always something about little animals that makes everyone smile! 🙂
Thank you for sharing all these lovely blogs with us all !!
You’re very welcome! I LOVE knowing the world has so much creativity floating around everywhere! 🙂
So cute! He looks like he popped out of the most adorable children’s book, doesn’t he?
I agree!!! 🙂
Ahh, these are adorable!!! Thanks so much for sharing. I love them!
You’re very welcome! They’re smile-makers alright!!! 🙂
These are too precious for words. Totally my style, too! Thanks for sharing all of these amazing shop items with us each day.
You’re very welcome, Lauren! 🙂
How cute are these ! Can’t help but smile 🙂
Definitely the cutest little critters ever! 🙂
Adorable. Porcupines in ties and birthday hats. 🙂 it’s funny as I love porcupines, but they aren’t usually depicted as your traditional, cute fuzzy critter.
I love the quirkiness of it, too! I have a series of kindergarten books about a porcupine named Quill, and the artist did an amazing job of making him look cute, too . . . so I think these are pretty special! 🙂
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