Illustrated Tales: Emma SanCartier

As a new mother, I’m stocking up on my favorite books from my childhood for my little one. When I came across Emma SanCartier’s shop, Esan01, I thought her illustrations would be a perfect addition to a child’s library. “Inspired by nature and stories from mythology and fairytales” this children’s book illustrator captures classics in her own special way. Wouldn’t this set of Birds in Fables look charming in a home library?

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Check out Emma SanCartier’s work on Etsy to find your own fairytale.

Post written by Rachel Anne Williams. Rachel Anne is a 20-something wife and mother of one, who enjoys making things for her embroidery and tiny handmade goodies shop called Goose and Trisser.You can visit Rachel Anne on her blog here.

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Oh my…
this is absolutely STUNNING!
Thanks so much for sharing!!
I’m hopping over this instant to *heart*!!!
🙂

k.

pilli pilli

my pleasure pilli.

papernstitch

Wow. These are absolutely gorgeous! The colours and washes are gorgeous.

Of course, I have nowhere to put one, but that probably won’t stop me from buying one!

Sam

Agreed Sam! “The colours and washes are gorgeous.”

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I found her illustrations on PNS yesterday and I love them!!! Absolutely stunning work!

Lindsay

Wow, these are all lovely pieces. The dark colours are so striking.

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