a dr. seuss inspired shoot!

our little do-it-yourself crafty take on a dr. seuss scene inspired by this sweet family’s own adorable ‘thing 1 and thing 2′ !   :)

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9 Responses to a dr. seuss inspired shoot!

  1. MelissaM says:

    Beautiful colors, beautiful texture, beautiful family, beautiful photography :)

  2. ruthie says:

    How adorable. GREAT idea with the multi-colored afghans! You continue to inspire, lady.

  3. elizabeth pellette says:

    Oh how I love your work.. these are just too cute and adorable..

  4. Mailinh says:

    Soooo…AWESOME!!!! So inspirational and filled with happiness! I know I say it all the time, but you’re photos really put a smile on my face. :0)

  5. mike says:

    Thank you for taking such beautiful pictures of our boys, they are huggable!!

  6. Josie says:

    so i’m a bit partial since these are my nephews and family but nonetheless i absolutely adore all the pictures! everything turned out beautifully and i love how you captured the personalities of the boys since they are so unique and special in their own way. fabulous work as always! :)

  7. sarah costa says:

    Oh I love these so much joy! You know how I love me some zig zag afghans

  8. Emily Chaffin says:

    Gorgeous and inspiring photos, as usual! Thanks for sharing, Joy!!!

  9. amy says:

    what a gorgeous family! and as always, beautiful pictures. love visiting your site to see what new art you post next. :) truly lovely!

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