Let’s talk about Spring

It’s officially Spring and the sun came along with it! 

We’re ready for all of the spring colors and flowers that are in season for kids fashion & styles. V & K cannot wait to wear the new patchy tutus that come in their favorite color pink and of course that special staple color black.  These tutus were hand designed by them and have worked their way into the next adventures of TwinDolliciius sisters Violet and Kelly’s wardrobe. You’ll be able to read about their next adventure ” Summer camp here we come” this fall…. but for NOW let’s enjoy some of our favorite Spring Fashion Inspiration .

Styles by TwinDollicioushttp://www.twindollicious.com 

V & K wearing Ralph Lauren kids top/floral pants //twinkle toes :sneakers —-stomping down the snow!


Striped tank tutu dress /blue worn by TwinDolls 

Glitter band tutu skirts worn by TwinDolls 

Happy National Twins Day

This one is for all of the twin lovers and twins! 


Many of our twin friends are headed to Twinsburg, Ohio this weekend for the national twins fest.  We will be missing this year, due to the new bundle of joy but can’t wait to introduce him to all of the fun next year.

I’ve added a link to read an article I’ve written for Multiplicity magazine regarding when is the right time to let your twins or children do the work themselves. (Click & Comment…would love to hear your thoughts) 

TwinDolls and friends in our favorite summer collection


Here’s a fun summer read and interesting topic I had the pleasure of working on see link: 


Thought to text Tuesday at PS 48

When I started thought to text Tuesday, it was to share my idea of self publishing and collaborating successfully with other artists.  Within the past two weeks we have visited schools and children’s organizations to share our story.  The outcome of these visits are always spectacular!  The children were so interested in creating their own stories, beginning art projects and working together that the coordinators and teachers assigned them to create their own stories using my suggested first two steps in creating a story book. 

We used a template ( soon to be added as a free download on the website http://www.twindollicious.com/ ) which included the cover page for illustration and the first two important pages of a book: introduction and setting. 

Each additional page included a large area for thumbnails or illlustration along with an area for adding their thoughts to text .  The quick and simple layout helped the children begin their books.  Many of them had great book ideas already and were excited for this assignment.  This event covered many areas of our goal to encourage, embrace, teaching and friendship.   And though this youthful group may have just been introduced to book creating a long lasting impressionn may open their hearts to becoming artists.

The children continued their stories after our visit, and sent over these beautiful messages regrding our book reading events. Image Image