Labradorable Designs offers unique products, from hand-beaded, one-of-a-kind Kenyan dog collars to original art by Caroline Elgin, a talented young woman with a BFA in Graphic Design from The Art Institute.
Caroline has cerebral palsy, which prohibits her from drawing with a pen or pencil, but doesn't stop her from using the touch pad on her Mac!
Please visit often, Caroline likes to add new favorite products and updates her artwork regularly. She enjoys making personalized, custom work, as well. Thanks for stopping by
For the artist's bio, please click here.
NEW FOR THE 2017 HOLIDAY SEASON
Caroline has again designed special holiday cards with 100 per cent of proceeds going to the Sprout Therapeutic and Education Center, where she enjoys both therapeutic carriage driving and therapeutic riding. (learn more at www.sproutcenter.org). The face of each Sprout horse is featured on a Christmas tree, topped with a golden horseshoe.
The back of cards feature the Sprout logo and mission, as well as a brief introduction to graphic designer, Caroline Elgin. Cards are 5.5 inches by 4 inches, folded vertically.
100 per cent of sales go directly to Sprout to make hay purchases for the winter. Cards are $20 for 10, or $40 for 25. (inches)
CLICK here for local Middleburg area pick up, or to have them mailed.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT OF SPROUT!
Photo of Buggie, Caroline and Shelly courtesy of TLP Photography
Enjoy Caroline's fun mugs and wall art, including this popular Corgi design!
Let adorable Corgis show the world your mood with a twist of a mug.
Are you feeling "half empty" or "half full"? Maybe you start the day "half empty", but see it all as
"half full" after that first cup of coffee!
Turn the side of the mug that shows your mood towards the world.
Many other fun designs available.
Kenyan Hand-Beaded Products Our Exclusive: Blue and Yellow
Designs by Caroline Custom Orders
Christmas Cards Info and Business Cards
Caroline's art is available in Middleburg, VA, at both Middleburg's Common Grounds and the Artists in Middleburg Gallery.
Caroline donates a portion of proceeds to Canine Companions for Independence, in thanks for her wonderful helper and best friend, Shelly, and her former service dog of ten loyal years, Sajen.