Holiday Project: Kelly B. Rightsell Designs
Holiday Project: Kelly B. Rightsell Designs is one of the many companies participating in our Holiday Project. Inlieu of payment for this ad, they have sent over $450 of their products to Good Shepherd, a leading youthdevelopment and family service agency that serves over 18,000 clients ayear. You can help Good Shepherd too by becoming a Family Santa.
Soccer, Dance Lessons or a Playdate… and a different bag for each activity! These adorable new bag tags from Kelly B. Rightsell Designs will definitely make your child’s many bags really stand out! And at only $12, you can pick up one for each of the many enriching activities your child enjoys. And they make great stocking stuffers or gifts.
Kelly’s artwork brings frogs, bunnies and even elephants to life as they dance, dream and play across the canvas. Her signature pieces including Little Boys Make Noise and Little Girls Dance and Twirl delight the young and the young at heart.
Her designs adorn the walls of Olympic skater, Kristi Yamaguchi‘s fairytale nursery and have been featured in Pregnancy, ePregnancy, Verdana and Better Homes & Gardens Kids Rooms magazines.
Kelly B. Rightsell Designs is proud to partner with Artists Helping Children , a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of children through art. Founded in 2004, Artists Helping Children (AHC) uses art to bring joy and happiness to the lives of ill, mistreated, and needy children in communities everywhere. The LSU School of Medicine Pediatric Homeless Clinic, Make a Wish Foundation NH, and the Institute for Children with Cancer and Blood Disorders have all been recipients of AHC murals.
Kelly B. Rightsell Designs produces and markets a line of children’s décor products and specializes in delighting children and adults with prints, gifts, bedding, and décor inspired by the original artwork of Kelly B. Rightsell, an artist, business owner and proud mother of three. Kelly’s designs are inspired not only by her own children, but by years as a fine artist in the South, her degree in printmaking, summer art studies in Europe, and her work as an elementary school art teacher.