If you follow my blog, then you know that I am fond of red hair. My husband and I have dark brown hair, so when our first son, Knox, was born we were surprised to see a head full of fire color hair. My second son, Bryce, also has red hair. After Knox was born and we did some research and learned that both parents have to carry the recessive “secret ginger gene”, mutated MC1R, to produce a child with red hair. With only 2 % of the population having red hair means that it is pretty special.
I created 3 “Gingers Unite” digital prints to share with you….oh yeah..they are free.
Here is the 1st Print:Download Printable PDF
When I think of gingers, I always think of foxes. Using different colors of paper , scissors and a glue stick I created a paper fox head. This was a fun little nap-time project. Then with the assistance of my talented husband, we created the “GINGERS UNITE” printables to share with you guys. If you are in the ginger category, wear it with pride and say it loud…and display one of my printables for all to see.
Below are 2 more Digital Prints:Download Printable PDF
The print below is based on the theory that red heads will be extinct by 2060. Don’t worry, is has been proven to be untrue and the Gingers will continue to unite.Download Printable PDF
Thanks for stopping by Paper & Fox and enjoy the printables!
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