Funky Play Spaces with Little Tree Art

One of my favourite things is creating fun spaces for little ones that are filled with character and imagination. This week I had the pleasure of meeting a couple who share the same passion… Introducing Stephen and Catherine Doric, the talented souls behind Australian business Little Tree Art.

Little Tree Art Kids Canvas Wall Art

Based on the Northern Beaches of Sydney, Stephen and Catherine share their home and workspace with their almost teenage daughter named Uma, and three house rabbits (1 black and 2 white with speckles) who can be found sleeping under their beds in the heat of the day, and playing and weeding out in the garden at night. They come and go as they please through their little flap door and are house trained. Such clever buns.

Little Tree Art Kids Canvas Wall Art

The sweet characters above are the work of Stephen Doric, who has a background in animation but loves to paint and draw in a variety of styles. All designs in the Little Tree Art range may be customised {at no additional cost} with your child’s name, hair, skin and eye colours, along with features such as team colours on football jerseys, an extra unicorn for a princess or a even a pair of glasses.

One of the stand out features of the Little Tree Art range is the incorporation of 3-d features such as fabric skirts on the princesses and fairies and papier mache seagulls and footballs for the boys. There’s also plenty of sparkles and glitter for girls who like that sort of thing!

Little Tree Art Kids Canvas Wall Art

Keep a look out for the new Tennis Boy design coming soon, followed by a fishing design for boys and Babushka doll theme for girls. Little Tree Art canvases come in 2 sizes; large {20″ x 24″} and small {10″ x 12″} and are ready to hang straight on the wall.

CompetitionWe’re very excited to have one large custom canvas valued at $160 to giveaway to a lucky little person! To find out more, or enter the competition, please visit our competition page.


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