Saturday, September 29, 2012
Spoonflower just upped the thrill potential by adding WALLPAPER to our products! I love that when you visit the page for each design, you'll get an idea of how it will look on an actual wall in relation to actual furniture. For example, here's my Southwest Megafiori design on wallpaper:
Oh, didn't I tell you I like BRIGHT colors and BOLD patterns :) Seriously, I think this bold Southwest Megafiori design would like fabulous on one wall of a family room or playroom - shades of '60s decor!
But as a customer, you can select your own pattern scale. That's why it's called CUSTOM wallpaper, and fabric too. For example, take this beautifully bright & bold Diamond Spectrum design:
Once you click that Add to Cart button, you'll get an option to Edit This Design. Then you can scale the pattern Smaller or in some cases Bigger if you want it bigger yet. The Diamond Spectrum pattern shown above can be scaled down to a foulard-like design that's every bit as beautiful:
I had fun setting my Spoonflower fabric designs to the new wallpaper configurations. Here's some more samples to whet your appetite ~
Stately and plaid-like Exotic Tiles:
According to Spoonflower's product description, this "Removable wallpaper is perfect for students and apartment dwellers.... Printed using high-quality, PVC-free materials and inks." And you can buy a generously-sized sample swatch of any design, so you can see how it looks in your own home. Please do stop by my WALLPAPER section and see all of my bright, bold, and custom-scalable designs!
Monday, September 17, 2012
So for the next three months, I'll be crocheting, collaging, beading, and otherwise getting my wares ready to sell. Then hauling them around to the shows, setting up my table, talking (& hopefully selling) to prospective customers and fellow vendors, etc. All of which is mostly fun, if exhausting at times.
I also took in this lovely scarf:
Tuesday, September 11, 2012
Vector Patterns by COLOURlovers
In honor of those who passed on that day, and since - may all beings be well.