The “ladies” in this instance are my nieces. I have four. Two are baby twins, the other two are four and six. They live about 90 minutes away. A while ago I was drawing mazes, and Ashlyn, the four year old, wanted to know if I could draw her some more mazes and send them to her in the mail. “What kind of maze do you want?” I asked. “Princess Mazes,” she said. I said that it would be no problem, but I forgot shortly thereafter. Then a few weeks later, Ashlyn chided me over iChat that I had not yet mailed her a princess maze. This weekend I got to work.
I’m not really that experienced at princess-type-strawberry-shortcake-like color schemes, but I gave it the old college try. Incidentally, my wife heaped more praise on that silly castle than on anything I’ve ever done. Alissa and I are going to print this out and laminate it, and mail it. I still have to do the Princess Clementine marker topper, which I’ll probably post later in the week. I also might make the maze harder so that she enjoys it a little more.
I’m posting a lores 8.5 x 11 version that you should feel free to print out for the little ladies in your life with maze-needs.
I thought I’d end with the lyrics to “Oh My Darlin’ Clementine,” but it’s a super creepy nightmare of a song.
I added a more difficult maze. Actually, it might be a little too difficult. Poor Clementine.