Coral & Tusk's little embroidered bunny is simply too cute to resist.
It's hard to choose just one of Atlanta artist Jen Ray's plucky characters. I'm tempted to collect them all.
Graphically simple and bold, the spirits of English artist Amy Blackwell's prints have almost a totemic quality.
Inspired by midcentury designs, Sugarloop's petite prints have a timeless charm.
Kings of their own worlds, the children of Spanish artist Jesús Perea's prints frolic in lands of fantasy.
Find the tiny deer. Though not your typical bright and cheery kids' print, the bold and simple graphics of Spanish artist Judy Kaufmann are nonetheless right on a child's level.
Lively and imaginative, Sylvia Taylor's animal prints always add a touch of whimsy and wonder to any child's room.
One of my long-time favorites Lisa Golightly of Kiki & Polly captures the everyday magic of children at play.
Perched on a branch, Audrey Jeanne's petite oiseau looks ready for a lullaby.
Future ornithologists may enjoy Bold and Noble's Birds Around Britain print.
A simple starling seems to be dreaming of bigger things in UK artist Karen Boatwright's (of Tin Tabernacle) painting.
I love the quiet grandeur of this vintage-style print by As We Go Arts.
The "Queen of Letterpress," Tara Hogan of Ink & Wit, created this family of tomato-red birds that pays homage to classic Scandinavian and midcentury designs.
Banquet's Ursula Major in red is as jolly as she is round, and she will watch over your children at night.
With bold fonts and fauna friends, Ritzie G's Animalphabet print teaches about letters and animals at the same time.