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Preview scale: 42.0 x 36.0 inches
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Collection: Under The Sea
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Loev this - it's FAB!
Posted about 1 year ago.
Juhu! This is great stuff!
Posted over 1 year ago.
Thank you Eleanor. This was a total sleeper when I first posted it but someone recently found it and sent it back through the machine again. I'm glad it caught your eye.
Posted over 2 years ago.
Holy cow, this is gorgeous!
Thanks again Amy. I just voted for your ugly sweater design that is so funny. I'd like to share a bit of new found holiday wisdom with my spoonflower friends. Never buy dark chocolate mint candies for holiday gifts at the beginning of December. Trust me, don't do it.:-\ That is way too long to have those things singing your name like evil sirens in the night. Just sayin.
Janiece, your love of what you do totally comes through shining!!!!!
Thank you Sharon. I appreciate your stopping in.
Such a cool design!
Thank you for finding this in my fabric pile. I need to set this one up for gift wrap. You are far too kind dear Amy. lol I love what I do and hope that comes through.
Posted about 3 years ago.
This is just gorgeous!!! Girlfriend, you are a master with this stuff!!!!
Posted over 3 years ago.
Thanks ladies for having a look and leaving me some love notes. I really like how this one came out and I do see it could me imagined as an ethnic pattern. I wanted to enter one of my word pray fabrics in that contest though, more for message than anything else. I really appreciate you taking time to leave your thoughts.
Very nice and original. I love the colour palette and composition!
Another beautiful design! I love looking at the sample view to catch all the glorious, nature-themed
details! You might consider this one for your African-inspired contest entry. While it looks somewhat
digital (as opposed to batik, or hand printed, or woven...), it also carries some of the characteristics
(as I see them) of traditional African cloth patterns: bright colors, natural elements (like seeds or
shells), and repeated design element like dots (or other geometric piece). And your design conveys
a harmonious "clash" of elements that reminds me of some African fabrics. Inspired by, but also riffing
off of these designs.
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