Dad Re-Draws His Daughter’s Pencil Sketches


Every parent wants to save as many memories of their child as they grow and develop as individuals. They do so much and change so quickly. All the crafty creations they produce along the way, it can be hard to hold onto the key moments without being smothered by the weight of tissue paper and lollipop sticks.


But what if you could take a project and publish it in a professional booklet, inspire your child and create something to share with your family?


When Dean’s daughter wrote and illustrated a story for her sick younger sister, Dean went the extra mile, publishing the work so that his daughters could share it for many years to come.


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