Laura Kelly Art Licensing

Laura Kelly’s portfolio of licensed art collections has been used on hundreds of fabulous products. Her art has a whimsical child-like feel with a sophisticated style. Laura is a talented doodle artist who also has a knack for watercolor and painting alike. Her work creates feelings of cheerfulness, wonder, happiness and joy. If you want more information about licensing her designs, she is always open to new ideas and adventures.


Harland Clarke
Bank Checks, Personalized Labels and Stamps

Kindness Book Collection and Stickers

LeapYear Publishing
Calendars, Coloring Books and Stationery Products

Clear Stamps and Paper Crafting Products

Empowerment Buttons that SNAP

Die Cut Designs

Froggy’s Lair
Aquarium Cling Decorations

Back to School With Lollipics

It’s that SWEET time of year and the teachers are busy getting ready.  It’s true!  They go in way before the kiddos to prepare their classrooms, complete staff development and ensure that everything is in place when their students arrive.  Lollipics sent personalized custom treats to ten teachers to go back to school with Lollipics!  It has been super fun to work with these teachers as they picked their designs…

Laura Kelly Designs New Teacher Checks and Labels

It’s true, these adorable NEW products that I designed for Checks in the Mail are now available…just in time for ‘Back to School’!  Yippeee!!!  The Laura Kelly Designs new teacher checks and labels are great for personal and classroom use…as well as daycare, private schools and home schools! Personally, I LOVE the leather checkbook cover so so much!  I don’t write many checks so I am putting a pad of…

Minion Jar Gift Wrap with World Market and Expressionery

This post was created for the ExpressioneryWRAPS campaign and I am so excited to share it.  Things have been raining Minions around here this whole week with Zoe’s birthday party being themed All Things Minions so it was the perfect time to tie together so many things I love.  This post and campaign was sponsored by both World Market and Expressionery and while I am being compensated, all opinions are…

Mini Apple Beanbags in the Classroom

These mini apple beanbags in the classroom could create a lot of fun and a whole lot of learning!  Making them is quick and easy and they last for a very long time. I made these with felt from Kunin, my sewing machine and Fairfield’s Poly-Pellets. They are so fun to make stuff with.  I cut the apples out with my Ellison Superstar machine and used my apple die from…

DIY School Supply Containers

Organizing supplies for back to school can be pretty crazy around here.  These DIY school supply containers are made from RECYCLED plastic canisters and they work great!  You could do them with jars, cereal boxes or other plastic food containers too!  Because they can be done quickly, they are perfect for day FOUR of Craft Lightning, Back to School! Yep, that’s right, it is day FOUR.  If you missed out,…

Back to School Notes for Teachers with Ellison

When I was a teacher, I wrote A LOT of notes home.  While sometimes they were quick messages and reminders, there were times when my notes were written from my heart with meaning.  When a student excels at something new or takes new risks, I liked to document it in a note that could be saved.  These handmade note cards are easy peasy and could be made as a gift…

DIY Home School Communication Journals

  Whether you are a teacher or a parent, you deserve a way to have daily and open communication about your kiddos or students when it comes to education.  After all, kids spend the majority of the awake hours on weekdays in the classroom and parents can support best when they know what is happening.  These DIY home school communication journals are quick and easy to create and come in…

Chair Pockets for the Elementary Classroom

Chair Pockets for the Elementary Classroom  Back when I was a teacher, I had a classroom mom who made these for all of my students and I LOVED them.  We used them every day to keep the kiddos organized.  Little did I ever know that I would be doing what I am today and designing products that teachers use.  Welcome to the first of FIVE days where I will be…