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Spoonflower Design Challenge: Cityscape of my Locale

May 28, 2017 | No Comments

The design challenge this week is for the designers to create a cityscape of their individual locale.  Right now I’m in Utah, so I chose to create a design of our state capital, Salt Lake City.  There are so many fascinating places in the city, it was hard to narrow it down.  I chose to […]

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Spoonflower Skillshare Challenge: Insects

May 22, 2017 | No Comments

I loved doing this design and chose to create some friendly little characters for this piece.  Sweet dreams caterpillars and fireflies–and to all your cute little snuggle bugs at home!  Wouldn’t this make darling kids pajamas or bedding, or a baby blanket?  This design is coming soon to my Spoonflower fabric shop in all your […]

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Spoonflower Design Challenge: Whimsical Watercolor Fruit

May 11, 2017 | No Comments

Hi Friends! If we are what we eat, then be “berry sweet!”  I just wanted to share my design for this week’s Spoonflower design challenge.  I chose to go with the English inside me and be all about desserts and berries.  (Berries are my fave!)  Have you ever had a true English trifle?  I will actually […]

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This week’s Spoonflower Design Challenge: Abstract Skillshare Whimsical Watercolor

May 4, 2017 | No Comments

I chose a bright palette for my abstract design.  I’m thinking of so many things that I want to use this for!  Wouldn’t this make a cute swimsuit or running leggings or wrapping paper?   You can find my “Abstract Love” collection for sale HERE at my Spoonflower Shop.  Available in all kinds of fabulous […]

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This week’s Spoonflower Design Challenge: Fantasy Creatures Skillshare Whimsical Watercolor

April 27, 2017 | No Comments

Mermaids and watercolor seems an appropriate fit, don’t you think?  Hope you enjoy my design for this week’s Spoonflower Challenge.  If you have a second, please go to the Spoonflower Challenge page HERE to vote! If you can’t find my design amidst all of the entries, and really want to…here’s a helpful tip:  Once you go […]

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This Week’s Spoonflower Challenge: Birds and Blooms

April 22, 2017 | No Comments

This week’s Spoonflower Challenge is Birds and Blooms (some of my very favorite subjects).  At this time of year, my house is buzzing with the excitement of Spring.  We have birds building nests in the yard and love to peek in and see the beautiful blue robin eggs.  This design was easily inspired by these […]

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“Matisse and Me” Collection Now Available

April 20, 2017 | No Comments

I can’t wait to start sewing with this new collection!  My “Mattisse and Me” collection is now available for purchase HERE at my Spoonflower Store.  I love the bold flower design and the coordinating graphic petals and blooms.  I’m thinking leggings and cute t-shirt?  Or maybe a cute baby blanket, carseat cover…or the chair is […]

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Hexagon to the Beach COLLECTION

April 20, 2017 | No Comments

  I’m so excited about this “Hexagon to the Beach” collection. The samples came and look so great!  I’m so excited!  I couldn’t help making a little swim bag for the kiddo’s swim lessons this summer.  Featuring adorable little sunbathing beach dogs, beach umbrellas, crabs, popsicles and polka dots.  You can find the complete “Hexagon […]

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This Week’s Spoonflower Design Challenge: Limited Color Palette Succulents

April 11, 2017 | No Comments

These specific colors had to be used in this week’s challenge–transparencies and mixing of colors are not allowed and adding white and/or black is optional.  The subject theme is succulents.  This was a tricky challenge because I really kept wanting to add some more colors or variations and textures in the colors.  In the end, I’m […]

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This week’s Spoonflower Design Challenge: Matisse Style Floral Cutouts

April 7, 2017 | No Comments

Another fun design challenge theme!  I loved reviewing Matisse’s floral paper cutouts stage and getting inspired for my own design.  I chose to do a more subtle color theme than Matisse would have probably used, but I loved created some of my own curvy roundish Matisse-y floral shapes.  A little Matisse influence to my own […]

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