Ever since I was a little girl, I wanted to be an artist and a fashion designer. I cut my Barbie's clothes, drew on them, and had her strut down the runway I made out of my mom's shoe-boxes. I continued drawing fashion designs and creating art from 3 years old to my present age of 36. I grew up reading fashion magazines, gawking over the clothes from Versace to Gucci- daydreaming of a life of look-books and idea boards. Now I am entering the phase in my life of, "shit- I better put my art out there and get things rolling"...you know that phase, right? Upon this journey I have stumbled across two platforms that support artists and are just what I needed to get going. The one I am referring to in this blog is RedBubble. I feel it is more of a fashion driven design site, and I am loving what it has to offer so far. In a way, it is making my dreams come true by allowing the artist to design for fashion products. From A-Line dresses, leggings, mini-skirts and chiffon blouses- you can see your work come to life in a way maybe you never have before. The lovely model in the photo (sadly, I do not know her name) is sporting a few of my designs and she is rocking them. Click the link on this blog to check out my page and RedBubble itself, it just may be what you are looking for to multi-task your talents.