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Illustration Daily – Day 133: Dollhouse Dollhouses were originally called “baby houses” and weren’t intended for children, instead they were elaborate display cases for carefully crafted miniatures made and collected by adults. However, in the 17th and 18th centuries workshops in Germany began to produce dollhouses for children, and dollhouses have enjoyed a popularity with both groups ever since. My favorite dollhouses are those created by Frances Glessner Lee. Lee’s doll houses called the…
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Illustration Daily – Day 124: Jump Rope Jump ropes also have a long history. Children and adults have been jumping rope for centuries. One of the best things about jumping rope is the rhymes. There are a wide variety, but my favorite was always: “Lizzie Borden took an axe . . .”. The rhyme’s author remains unknown, but the poem lives on (unlike Borden’s father and step-mother.) Hopefully this illustration is creepy enough to match the rhyme.