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Just a little bit about me….  I love to draw and design. I’m mom to four kids under the age of 10 who love to draw and paint.   And am lucky to be married to fellow illustrator Dave Malan. Who also happens to be kind of ok at drawing.

After earning a BFA in illustration from BYU in 2003 I worked for an educational software company called Imagine Learning as an illustrator.  I then changed jobs and became creative director for Provo Craft until 2009 when I started freelancing full time.

For business inquiries and collaborations please email me using my contact page.


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My clients include, Walmart, Target, Coats, Free Spirit, Cricut, Provo Craft, Making Memories, Cuttlebug, Imagine Learning, Covenant Communications, Petite Lemon, Shutterfly, Ensign Magazine, Friend Magazine, My Minds Eye, Modify Ink, and more.


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Formal Bio

Natalie Malan is an Illustrator with a Bachelors of Fine Art in Illustration from BYU. Traditional media is her first love, but somehow Illustrator and Photoshop also stole her heart. Her work includes licensed scrapbook paper, iron on and vinyl in Joann Stores for Cricut, two new lines of quilting cottons for Free Spirit, licensed embroidery panels in Walmart stores, art prints for Minted, two children’s books, notecards, die cuts, electronic cutting cartridges for Cricut, embossing folders for Cuttlebug, magazine illustrations, and greeting cards.

Natalie currently works from her home studio in South Jordan Utah, with her four crazy and delightful kids, and husband – artist David Malan.

Clients include Walmart, Cricut, Target, Michaels ,General Pencil, Hobby Lobby, Free Spirit, Coats, Petite Lemon, Shutterfly, Minted, and more.

 

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  1. Natalie; What a wonderful story. I’m the youtuber that has created a series for your Simple Cards Cricut cartridge. You’d sent me an email asking if you could post one of the videos. I’d be honored. Is it ok that I post something about you/this on my blog?

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