Interview with Joy from The Art of Joy (+ free printables too!)

art of joy, joy charde, free kawaii printables

by Jessika Hepburn, Editor

You might remember Joy of The Art of Joy & Creative Mamma from contributor Grace Hester’s handmade gift wrap craft challenge. I was happy to connect with her again and to share her super cute printables and kawaii inspired illustrations with you! Joy’s Etsy shop is filled with even more adorable printable and customizable illustrated paper & party items. Read on for a look at what inspires Joy’s creations and for links to download the free printables shown here-because we all need a little more joy right?

art of joy, joy charde, free kawaii printables

About Joy & her work:

After teaching elementary school for nine years,  working at our local public library and being a mom to a toddler (plus, another little one coming anytime soon) now keeps my schedule very full.  In the wee hours of the night, you can find me doodling and creating vector art.  Find out more about me on my blog – or my etsy shop –

Growing up in the Philippines, I was in love with Hello Kitty and her friends!  Now, I’m inspired by anything kawaii (japanese for cute) and I really enjoy doodling/creating vector art with this particular style. But, my greatest source of inspiration is my family.  My husband is great at coming up with ideas for me to try, and my little guy inspires me to make cute things for him to use.

Joy is  also inspired by the work of:

the art of joy, joy charde, free kawaii printablesVisit Joy’s blog, Creative Mamma, to download the free printable kawaii kid’s organization kit pictured up top, an adorable 2011 mini-calendar & kokeshi doll gift tags + whole lots more downloads & posts on being a creative mamma!

Get more Joy in your life by visiting:

The Art of Joy on Etsy :: Becoming a Fan on Facebook :: Following @JoyCharde on Twitter


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