ABOUT – Writings from the Wild
Trek through the forests of India with a tiger during the month of May! Now mailing 🐾
Trek through the forests of India with a tiger during the month of May! Now mailing 🐾
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Hello! I'm Nicole - the face behind this creation! I'm a homeschooling mom to three young boys ages 6-11. I have a wonderful spouse and he works away from home for a couple of weeks at a time. Things stay pretty busy here and you can almost always find me delighting in a cup of coffee in one of my many favorite mugs.

 Before starting WFTW, I worked a regular job and decided to take a leap and quit to pursue a dream career in art. I took on drawing portraits full time.. until WFTW was formed! This creation came from my combined passion as an artist and my passion for homeschooling my kids. I wanted to use my talent to enhance the learning experience of children and introduce them to the wonderful wildlife in our world. I didn't find anything else like this that taught about animals in this way, and I knew I wanted to create an experience that would help kids learn and foster a love for art. Not to mention the excitement children have when they get their very own letters in the mail! My kids absolutely love using these letters to learn all about various animals, and I hope yours will too!


(This is our crazy puppy, Kita!)

I have a bachelor's degree in Visual Arts and my concentration was in Graphic Design; however, I've found that my favorite tools to create are traditional pencils and paintbrushes! All of the artwork is created using watercolor paint as well as polychromos color pencils!  The letter text is all handwritten as well.  Copies of the letter and card are printed on high quality paper and mailed out for your enjoyment. 

In addition to the letters, I create an activity sheet for each month's animal.  These will vary from coloring sheets, crack the code, word search, how to draw the animal, etc.  These are uploaded onto the website as subscriber-only downloads so parents can print as many copies as they need.

I hope your child enjoys learning with their letters as much as I enjoy creating them!