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<a href='http://www.spoonflower.com/fabric/1844840-eternal-flame-by-anniedeb' title = 'Eternal Flame by anniedeb on Spoonflower - custom fabric'><img src='http://s3.amazonaws.com/spoonflower/public/design_thumbnails/0184/4840/rmysterious_fire_Spoonflower_3213_bowl_added_shop_preview.png' alt='Eternal Flame'/></a>
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So glad you took a look, Kim. I really appreciate your comments and your viewing the designs in this collection. It combined two of my favorite things: handmade paper and surface design. Thanks so much.
Posted over 2 years ago.
Stunning is too small a word for this design,Deborah. The entire collection is breathtaking. Amazing work !
Thanks, Janiece. So happy to hear from another former papermaker. I was into cooking my own pulp -- iris leaves, grasses, things like that, then pulping them and making them into sheets of paper. The results were always exciting to me. The three-D items that you mention -- yes, they are difficult to dry and some would either crack or go moldy. Thanks so much for taking a look at the design, Janiece. I appreciate your comments.
Posted almost 3 years ago.
This is a gorgeous design. I totally agree with you on paper making. It was a fun place to visit but didn't have all the time I do now back then. I even made some dimensional plaster molds to give my paper some real textures but it took weeks to get them to dry and you couldn't let them dry too fast or they would crack up on me. Still it was a fun experiment and the results where great. It's awesome that you still have photos of your papers to play with now! They live again! Great job sweetie!
Thank you, Sylvie and Amy. You are right, Sylvie, I did have fun putting this design together. I was in a "what if I tried this" state of mind and this is the result. Thank you, Amy. I loved making handmade paper. The end results were always so exciting -- it's the laborious process that finally got to me but it was fun while it lasted. Thank you so much for taking a look at this design. I appreciate it.
This is such a lovely and textured design....the papers you made are really pretty!
Deborah, what fun you must have had putting this together and how cool it is as a finished design. :-)
Thanks so much, winterblossom, for taking a look at this design. I appreciate your comments. I hadn't thought about it as a single design for framing. Thank you for the idea. :-)
What an extraordinary interesting design. Would be lovely available as a single design too for framing. Your very clever to create such an amazing complicated design!
Photo of a swatch of Spoonflower basic cotton printed with "Eternal Flame."
anniedeb uploaded a fabric image for
Eternal Flame :
Posted about 3 years ago.
Thanks so much, Rhonda and Amy, for your comments and taking a look at this design. You guys made my day. Thank you. I hadn't even thought about using it as a patchwork project, Rhonda, but once you mentioned it, I can see it. Thanks again, Amy and Rhonda.
Posted over 3 years ago.
This is beautiful and fascinating, I love how you created the flames!
This would be a fabulous fabric to play with for fussy-cut patchwork projects! It really lends itself to being manipulated with needle and thread! The whole collection is outstanding!
Thanks so much, materialsgirl.
Actually, I have a video on Flickr at http://www.flickr.com/photos/77771424@N03/8114041386/in/set-72157631423527250 which features the handmade paper I used to create the collection on Spoonflower. The bowl I used in this particular design is in that video ... but the design above is a photograph of that bowl and then I manipulated the photograph. You can my sheets of handmade paper and a couple of bowls in the video. Thank you so much for your comments. They made my day. Appreciate it.
Wow...this whole collection is so unique, beautifully executed and transportive. I'd love to see your paper vessels if they are posted somewhere. This digital imagery takes them to a whole other level but I'm sure the actual vessels are just as lovely..
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