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This company allows children to wear the clothes they have drawn

The children are full of imagination and often transcribe it by putting their ideas on paper, through drawings. Proud of their works more or less well done ... Why would they not fully embellish their creations rather than offer them as a gift that we will have quickly lost in a corner of our house?Jaimee Newberry, young fashion designer and founder of the society "Picture This Clothing", Makes the happiness of many of these children by creating ready-to-wear items that take scribbled patterns by these.

More specifically, the designer was first inspired by creations of his daughter for whom she realized a dress designed from one of his drawings, which met a franc success with his classmates and their parents. Finally, everything started from this simple observation that motivated the young mother to start her own business.

In the interest of profitability, Jaimee Newberry preferred the technique of custom printing sewing to make these textile products. The considerable advantage of these clothes lies in theiruniqueness. This allows each child to wear their imaginary creations and so do not look like "Sir-madam everyone". For reasons of logisticsand as part of a test market, the fashion designer focused her launch solely on dresses. To the extent that it proves conclusive, the project "Picture This Clothing" other types of designer clothing (t-shirts, etc ...) will be added.

As you understand, you can also make a dress for your daughter from one of his drawings. Three steps are necessary to make your dress. First, choose the right size, print the sheet and let your child express his creativity and let off steam with his pencil! Second, once the drawing is done, shoot it and send it to Picture This Clothing. Finally, you just have to wait a few short weeks to receive this jewel of all beauty.

We let you discover below some of the dresses made as part of this creative project. And in the same spirit, you can discover the initiative of this teacher who offers his students to draw on his dress.

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