You might recognize the first two girls above!
Along with pet silhouettes, I have been testing out children silhouettes too. I actually created a listing on Ebay to create silhouettes for customer. I am charging $25.00 and all the buyer has to do is send me a picture of their child (profile works best for silhouettes). I then create a silhouette from the photo along with my custom background. After I create the silhouette, I send a jpg file back to the buyer for them to make their own prints.
I have not had many sells, but my listing on ebay has had a lot of views. I have been trying to decide if I should do the printing myself and send the finished picture to the customer rather than a digital file. Of course, the price will have to increase due to shipping cost.
Yesterday, at the library, the girls got to play veterinarian. The theme of the play area changes monthly. This month the play area has a vet theme which is great because at night we have been watching All Creatures Great and Small season four. The girls get to pretend to be a James Harriot character. They love playing with the plastic medical instruments and pretending to give shots to the stuffed animals.
Along with the vet theme, there is a Thomas the Train set to play with. Elsa and Anna love making the trains zoom along the tracks. Sometimes they get a little carried away.
While Elsa and Anna were playing with the train set, a younger boy walked up to play too. The boy grabbed a train and began to play. Anna immediately grabbed the train from the boy and said, “NO!, MY TRAIN!”
“ANNA! You have to share. You have a train already. Let the boy have a train too.”
Of course, Anna immediately began to cry.
Elsa on the other hand continued to zoom her train along the track. As time passed, Elsa got more and more wild with her train. Soon the train was zooming all over the play area.
“Elsa, you need to calm down or we will have to leave.”
Elsa did not calm down and Anna continued to cry about the train, so our time at the library ended…. Anna fell asleep before we made it home.