Custom Portrait Illustration of Your Pregnant Wife

 
Maternity Marketing Material

 

Custom Portrait illustration Request

I was very excited to get a custom request from Dan to illustrate his pregnant wife.  

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Initial Photo of Custom Portrait Illustration of Your Pregnant Wife

Initial Request for Custom Portrait illustration

Dan: Hi - I'd like to have an illustration drawn of my wife pregnant. Our baby is due in mid-December and I'd love to have it for her then. I'm attaching a photo of her from August. You can add some belly to the photo since she is all belly and otherwise looks the same. I look forward to working with you.

Lauren: Hi Dan! Congratulations! What a sweet picture. I'll definitely have it for you before mid-December. :)

Dan:Thank you! It will be a great gift. We are excited about the our newest arrival to the family!

Final Design of Custom Portrait Illustration of Your Pregnant Wife

Final Design of Custom Portrait illustration

Here is the final design that Dan approved. It is a beautiful vector illustration of his pregnant wife. This type of design works wonderfully for maternity, mother's day and baby shower gifts.


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Custom Portrait Illustration of Christie's Friend, Julie and Bernadoodle, Boomer

 
Birthday Gift Graphics Marketing Material

 

Custom Portrait illustration Request

I was very excited to get a request from Christie to surprise her friend Julie with a custom image for her birthday! 

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Initial Image for Custom Portrait Illustration of Friend and Her Bernadoodle, Boomer

Initial Request for Custom Portrait illustration

Christie: Hi there,
I’m looking to have a gift made for a friend of mine. I was hoping to have the illustration be of my friend driving her Mini car with her dog sitting in the passenger seat like a human would. My friend is in LOVE with her bernadoodle “boomer”.

Lauren: Hey Christie! 
I can definitely do something like that for you!.

Christie: Great! Let’s do it! It’s a gift for her 40th😊

 

Final Design of Custom Portrait Illustration of Friend and Her Bernadoodle, Boomer

Final Design of Custom Portrait illustration

Here is the final design that Christie approved. It is a beautiful vector illustration of her friend Julie in her mini with her dog. This type of design works wonderfully for birthday gifts and invitations.


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'How To' Guide for DIY Holiday Cards

Have you binge-watched Stranger Things on Netflix, yet?  I literally can't get enough.  That's saying a lot, because I don't watch a ton of TV.  But I couldn't ask for a better way to wrap up the Fall season.

And now it's time to start thinking about creative ideas for your holiday cards to send to all of your lovely friends and family.  Yayy!

Below is a quick 'How To' guide showing you how easy it is to create DIY Holiday Cards using the tool I created in Powerpoint called the Christmas Card Portrait Builder.

  • Step One
    • Download the file that best represents your family. 

  • Step Two
    • Open the PPTX file and get started.
      • Hint:  If you don't have Powerpoint, no worries.  Simply upload the file to Google Drive and you can edit it there.

  • Step 3
    • Start designing!
      • The first page is a pre-designed page.  Simply delete the existing people to start with a clean slate.
        • Hint:  You may want to save as a copy so that you don't mess up the original file in any way.

  • Step Four
    • Scroll down to the page showing the different bodies and skin tones (Slide 6 or 7). 
      • Click on the body you want.
        • Right click.  Copy.
      • Scroll up to the first page.  
        • Right click.  Paste.
    • Next, scroll down the page showing the different heads (Slides 2-4).
      • Repeat above steps.
    • Scroll down to Slide 9 to choose your greeting.
      • Merry Christmas
      • Seasons Greetings
      • Peace to All
      • Love + Light
      • Happy Holidays
    • Then delete the existing text, "Love the Millers" and write your own closing!

  • Step Five
    • Save Slide 1 as a jpeg.
    • Go to File > Export.
      • File Format:  JPEG
      • Click:  Save Current Slide Only
      • Click:  Export.

Now you have your Christmas Card ready to print!  I usually like printing online with Overnight Prints because it's so easy, but UPS or FedEx are great local options.


With each family template, there are over 75 different avatars so you are almost guaranteed to find matches for your family.  There are also options with glasses, facial hair, etc.  

Additionally, you can delete the Christmas-y background and use it for family prints (or however you want)!  Which, by the way, makes really special and inexpensive gifts. Just sayin'.  :)  Amazon has affordable white frames that look amazing.    With this tool, you get to be the designer so your creativity is limitless.

And if you don't see a good option for your family, but you are interested in buying this product, please email me at LaurenLesleyStudio@gmail.com.  I also take custom orders and would love your feedback.

Love + Light,

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Support Louisiana Flood Victims

Here is an illustrative T-shirt I designed in the summer of 2016 to help the victims of Louisiana flooding.  100% of proceeds were donated to the Red Cross.