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1950’s Baby Buggy

1950's-Woman-baby-stroller - Copy-signed - Copy

1950’s Baby Buggy

Digital art

What is she talking about?

Is she talking to the baby, or to herself?

Where are they going?

© 2013

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  1. This does remind me of the 1950’s June Cleaver housewife, right down to the high heels. Beautiful, Deb.

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  2. I see a story unfolding here!
    Great work, Deb! 🙂

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  3. artscottnet

     /  June 29, 2013

    this is great work!

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  4. Binky

     /  June 29, 2013

    I really like this style, something I don’t think I’ve seen you do before. Perfect for an old catalog or something along those lines.

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    • No, you’ve not seem me do these before.
      Remind me over them old pattern my mom use to bring home for sewing.
      Thank Binky
      Hugs xxx

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      • Binky

         /  June 29, 2013

        They really do look like those type of drawings. I remember those patterns too, Butterick and something else. Maybe it was Simplicity, but I thought it was something else.

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        • That’s it!…”Simplicity.” I remember those sitting by my mother sewing machine. I think she had a shoe box full of them. 🙂
          Thanks Binky! 🙂
          xxx

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  5. Mum used to have a pram like that for us three when we were babies! 🙂

    I still remember the woman eating pram of Monty Python – still makes me laugh when I think about it!!! 🙂

    Love and hugs!

    Prenin.

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    • Shhh! Your giving away our age!…lol
      I’m glad I produced a few good memories for you, Prenin!
      Love and hugs xxx

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  6. Awww!!!!

    Sent from my iPhone

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    • I guess you think it looks sweet or something to that effect. 🙂
      Thanks Jeremy!
      xxx

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  7. Beautiful, Deb, and another branch to your tree of talent! 🙂 I also see a story developing, but more of a sweet one, not a dark one with the baby, please! 🙂 I’m melting here in this heat wave, but still alive, which is a good thing! Hope you’re having a great Saturday! xoxo

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    • I hadn’t planned on doing a story to go with this one, but I’m sure over time I will be able to use it for something I write. A sweet one. I can manage that too when the write story calls for this image.
      Have a great rest of the weekend!
      Hugs and love!
      xxx

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  8. I had one like this for my first child. No…it wasn’t in fashion, it was an “antique” and I forget who gave it to me. The only thing I didn’t like about it was that it squeaked A LOT! The baby would fall asleep and we’d hit a bump and he’d wake up again! Cool drawing. 🙂 xo

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    • Sound like a job for WD-40. It works great for squeaks.
      Glad you like it, Wendy! 🙂 xxx

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  9. Obvious – vote Ike or Stevenson

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  10. And how come she’s wearing high heels ?

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  11. Ooo I love the drawing! She looks so classy and seems to be telling her little baby girl the secret to success 😉 hehehe

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  12. An old English scenario Deb, the nanny out on her Sunday stroll.
    Ian/Emu

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    • Now that is likely what would have been happening back then. She’s might be rambling on what she needs to fix to dinner.
      Thanks Ian!
      xxx

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  13. This is another side to your work that I have not seen before but then I have come to realise that you can paint, draw, write and create in any style and produce such wonderful results 🙂 🙂 Well done Deb, it is really great 🙂

    Andro xxxx

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    • Thank you, Andro. You are always very generous with your comments about my artworks. Thank you for that, my friend!
      xxx

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  14. So many questions! She is off to see the baby’s father and have a family visit 🙂 I love the image!

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    • That could be it too. She might need more money from him to fix dinner, given the era that she is from.
      Thanks Christy!
      xxx

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  15. Love this one Deb, I think she’s telling her baby that life is going to be wonderful/exciting and happy, all as it should be. 🙂 love and hugs. xPenx

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  16. I really like the style of this, Deb! In a way it reminds me of the illustration on the cards in an old / classic ‘Monopoly’ set (‘Chance’ and ‘Community Chest’)…
    very, very cool!
    🙂

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  17. I think I had one just like it!…Shuuuuussssh!…. 🙂

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