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July 22, 2017

A Creative Partnership between Graphic Artist Megan Isabella Designs and Baby Bibs company My Little Love Heart


What happens when you pair an illustrator with a baby accessory label? You get this super cute collection of handmade baby bibs, hair accessories and teething toys

PERTH, AUSTRALIA, June 20, 2017 /24-7PressRelease/ — A creative partnership between Perth graphic artist Megan Isabella and Luisa Figueroa, owner of popular Perth baby accessory company My Little Love Heart, this is the perfect example of the magic that happens when two local creatives join forces to collaborate.

The special collection features Megan’s original hand drawn illustrations in a fun cactus & succulent print. “The aim was to create a design that was fun and playful. I chose the potted succulents and cactuses as a motif for the pattern because houseplants are so popular at the moment and we knew it would be appealing to new Mums.” Megan Isabella hand draws all of her botanical designs before scanning them into the computer where she transforms them into pattern designs for printing on fabric and other surfaces.

A unisex print suitable for both girls and boys, the design comes in a range of styles including baby headbands, teething toys, bandana bibs, regular baby bibs, burp cloths, baby shower gifts and My Little Love Heart’s signature Bandummy TM. “We went for a green colour scheme because we wanted something gender neutral and were bored of the monochrome prints current on the market- I wanted something colourful,” says Luisa.

If you’re looking for a unique, locally made gift for your Mumma friend’s little ones you can’t go wrong with this. Shop online or your nearest stockist at https://www.mylittleloveheart.com.au/

Product Photography: Norma Moran photography
Models: Victoria and Emilio
Plants & Pots: Let it grow studio
Baby Shoes: tiptoe and co
All artwork Megan Isabella Design 2017


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