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Cartoon Birds T-Shirts- merchandise- Cheerful Madness!! online shop at Redbubble

June 26, 2009

Updated one of my Squidoo lens with new cartoon designs:

Cheerful Madness!! at Redbubble

Note that you can change the colour of the T-shirt itself. You also have the option to choose the type of T-shirt: short sleeved, long-sleeved, V-neck, lady, etc.

We Are The Birdies!! Cartoon Birds by Cheerful Madness!! T-Shirt

“Crooeeerrrrkkkk!!” Cartoon Bird by Cheerful Madness!! T-Shirt

“Wowza!!” Cartoon Bird by Cheerful Madness!! T-Shirt

Triple Hurry Cartoon Birds T-Shirt by Cheerful Madness!! T-Shirt

The Running Cartoon Bird T-Shirt by Cheerful Madness!! T-Shirt

If You Meet The Lemon Bird… T-Shirt by Cheerful Madness!! T-Shirt

Cheerful Madness!! Squidoo lens updated

June 6, 2008

Please visit here:

I added some more updates about my latest designs, products and merchandise since Father’s Day is just around the corner.

Thank you for visiting and dropping a line if you want, especially from fellow Squidoo lensmasters.

All the best

Cheerful Madness!! online shop at Squidoo: updated lens

May 21, 2008


I have updated my Squidoo lens with more cartoons and designs added to my online shop, and I am still in the process of doing so. Have a look here:

To see the latest cute cartoons, mischievous animals and characters on various items of clothing, gifts, accessories, etc, all customizable and of very good quality.
Prices are currently reduced and lots of special offers are available.

Thank you.

Cheerful Madness!! at Squidoo

April 24, 2008


Please also have a look at my Squidoo lens focused on my creations and shops online

T-shirts but also various other items of clothing, apparel, for men, women, children and babies, many accessories, products and gifts like keychain, magnets, stickers, mousemats, cooking apron, greeting cards, button badges, mugs, drinkware, etc. And all the products are customizable: you can change the type of product, the size and position of the design, the background colour, etc. Have fun.

RED JIM by Nathalie Jean-Bart ‘s first review

January 14, 2008


My children’s book Red Jim has received its first review and a very positive one as well in the professional French magazine “L’Avis Des Bulles”.

The review is quoted below (in French), to make it searchable (and findable by search engines)



ÉDITEUR Tartamudo


GENRE Conte moderne
ÂGE 7 ans et +
PUBLIC Grand public
PRIX 12 €

Harry et Henry sont deux chiens de garde aussi gras que stupides. Comme ces cabots s’ennuient, ils jouent avec les autres animaux: ils arrachent la queue des renards, le fond du pantalon du facteur etc.
Un jour où leur ennui était à son comble, un lapin se présente à eux, avec, dans les mains, une pancarte sur laquelle est marqué « Attrapez-moi !!». Les chiens courent donc après le gibier aux longues oreilles, et sont alors attirés dans une soucoupe volante, d’où semble venir le lapin. Ils se retrouvent dès lors prisonniers des “Lapins de l’espace”, craints dans tout l’univers, même des fourmis géantes de Betelgeuse. Nos deux chiens, devant choisir comment être mangés, vont faire enlever Billy le chat, qui va alors, avec ruse, les tirer d’une bien mauvaise situation.

Ce livre est un véritable enchantement! Il est construit comme suit: du texte sur
la page de gauche, des dessins sur la page de droite. L’histoire est très drôle, supportée
par des dessins très expressifs qui font véritablement rire. Nathalie JEAN-BART
joue avec maîtrise avec la typographie du texte, la mise en page des dessins
et la couleur de ces derniers. L’auteur écrit aussi en deux langues; en effet sur une
même page, le texte est rédigé en français et en anglais. Nathalie JEAN-BART étant
française et habitant à Londres, une partie n’est pas la traduction de l’autre. Ainsi
l’auteur glisse des jeux de mot dans les textes français qui ne peuvent apparaître
dans le texte anglais, et vice versa. Lire le texte dans les deux langues n’apparaît
plus fastidieux (enfin… ça l’est moins). Un livre divertissant, qui promet un bon
moment de lecture!



And the approximative translation of the review in English, by yours truly :

Harry and Henry are two guard dogs as fat as they are stupid. But they are also very bored, so bored in fact,  they only find some enjoyment by playing with other animals: they tear foxes’ tails off and the bottom of the postman’s trousers, etc.
One day, as the two dogs are bored to the extreme, a rabbit turns up in front of them, with a sign in his paws saying “Catch me!!”. The dogs are only too happy to oblige and chase the rabbit, until they are all sucked up inside a flying saucer, where the rabbit seems to have come from in the first place.
From now on, Harry and Henry are held prisoners by the Space Rabbits, feared across the all universe and, even by the Giant Ants from Betelgeuse. The two dogs, forced to choose how they are going to be eaten, make the Space Rabbits kidnap Billy the cat who will ultimately trick their way out of trouble.

This book is a pure delight! It is built as follow: the text is on the left page and the drawings on the right page. The story is very funny and supported by very expressive cartoons that cause genuine hilarity. Nathalie Jean-Bart shows skill in playing with the typography of the text, the layout and colours of the drawings. The author’s also written the story in two languages: the text is told in French and English on the same page. Nathalie being French and living in London, parts of the text aren’t the literal translation of the others. The author inserts puns in the text in French that cannot appear in English and vice versa. Consequently, reading the text in both languages doesn’t seem tedious anymore (at least, not as much…).
An entertaining book that promises enjoyable reading!



Don’t forget to check the lens I wrote about RED JIM, for more information about the book itself, where to get it from, etc.

Thank you

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