Posted on 05/31/2014

A Mom’s Journey Into Woven Wrap Art

Art Time/ Baby/ DIY/ Family/ Kiddo Carries/ Parent Life

Whether it’s drawings about what baby’s dreaming of, or beautiful wrap art, baby art scenes are irresistibly adorable. Bay Area artist, JoyLynn Wong discovered her love of babywearing and passion for art could be combined when her son was just 3 months old. Since then, she’s been creating detailed scenes using her large assortment of woven wraps, and little super star. On her blog, Carried Away, she shares a new wrap art scene every week or so, along with a list of all the wraps used to create the scene. With so many wraps, the list can be long, and if you’re unfamiliar with the world of woven wraps, it also may seem a bit technical, but these lists help families find any wraps in the scene that may be love at first sight. Personally, I am fawning over JoyLynn’s Natibaby Delin Sky” href=”http://www.marsupial-mamas.com/products/natibaby-delin-sky-hemp-blend” target=”_blank”>Natibaby Delin Sky used in her Laundry Day art scene. These masterpieces are of course a fun way to chart the growth of her little one, and see how not only her wrap art has evolved, but how her son has grown and changed since the first piece was created. Savvy every Day looks forward to more of JoyLynn’s heartwarming work, and possibly sharing more with you here in the future.

Butterfly

Hungry Little Caterpillar

Noah’s Ark

Gumballs

Gone Fishing

A Day at the Races

Laundry Day

Gung Hay Fat Choy

Singing in the Rain

Carried Away

Fishing For Rainbow Trout

Candyland

Ticket to Ride

Little Bug on the Lotus Pond

Tea For Two

Which wrap art scene is your favorite? It’s a Savvy tie for Noah’s Ark and Ticket to Ride.

*This is not a sponsored post. All images were used with permission by the artist, JoyLynn Wong. All photos are copyright JoyLynn Wong.

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    […] in May, Savvy Every Day shared pictures from Bay Area artist, JoyLynn Wong‘s blog, Carried Away, where she shares a new wrap art […]

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