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Store pie fabric by motyka on Spoonflower - custom fabric

Preview scale: 21.0 x 18.0 inches

by motyka

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21.00in x 18.00in, 250 pixels/inch,

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Description: Well, I got a little distracted by all the interesting stuff in my store bought pie.

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taramcg...

taramcgowan says: The tote bag is AWESOME! I love it! Rhonda had a brilliant idea as always!!! So very cool Motyka! :)

Posted almost 3 years ago.

motyka

motyka says: Thanks Tara and Rhonda for the idea. The new Society 6 totes are cool!

motyka uploaded a fabric image for motyka's design Store pie :

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Posted almost 3 years ago.

koalalady

koalalady says: I was looking at this one again and it came to me- I cannot see the very small printing on labels so I am going to wear a small magnifier (decorated of course) around my neck as a pendant when I shop. I am sure I'm not the first to think of that.

Posted almost 3 years ago.

motyka

motyka says: Thanks Shelly and Shirley, I usually shy away from using words in my designs, but I was very drawn to this concept and had to see it through.

Posted almost 3 years ago.

koalalady

koalalady says: I am so glad you did this. Everyone else has said it all but I am still thinking about it and will be back if I come up with anything original.

Posted almost 3 years ago.

ottoman...

ottomanbrim says: So funny! What a great idea!

Posted almost 3 years ago.

graceful

graceful says: Hahaha! Homemade is the way to go!

Posted almost 3 years ago.

taramcg...

taramcgowan says: I'm with you on the sugar thing. I don't have a bag of sugar in my pantry. To sweeten things up a bit I do have Coombs Family Farms Grade B Organic Maple Syrup and also a container of raw unheated honey in my pantry. It's amazing when you go off of bleached white sugar for awhile how a Fuji apple will taste like candy! Still buzzing over your design. I shared it with my Mother and she said the greatest thing: "This is lovely, I think the grocery chains should be forced to write all of this on the outside of the box in bright colors!" :)

Posted almost 3 years ago.

motyka

motyka says: Thanks Tara, I am so glad that you like the design. I don't follow those blogs, but I like your advice that "I'd rather pay the farmer than the doctor." Currently, our household can't afford health insurance, so we are rather careful about what we eat and how much. Personally, I'm a little shocked at how much sugar is in anything that has been processed, even the "organic" stuff. Since when was sugar "good" for you?

Posted almost 3 years ago.

taramcg...

taramcgowan says: This design is AWESOME!! I seriously got chills. I love it so much. Wow! Do you follow Food Babe and Wellness Mama on Facebook or follow their blogs? They have taught me so much. I tell my children every day...I'd rather pay the farmer than the doctor! Our house supports our local farmers. When I do go to the grocery store and something on the shelf has any of these ingredients and more then back on the shelf it goes. Two thumbs way up for this design. Awareness is essential and the fact that you did this for your contest piece speaks mountains! You ROCK! :)

Posted almost 3 years ago.

motyka

motyka says: hmmm...thinking a little deeper about the statistics, there are probably some staggering numbers of people in hospitals because of their diets, and sick people from industrial pesticides and fertilizer runoff in our drinking water. There may be a high mortality rate if you count diabetes, heart diseases, and some cancers that come with a lot of these ingredients...

Posted almost 3 years ago.

motyka

motyka says: Janiece, thank you for the thoughtful comments. I firmly agree with you that everyone should be aware of the caveats that come with food choices, although I don't think the industrial food system is ALL bad. I read that 2 out of every 5 people alive today exist BECAUSE of industrial farming practices.That said, I'm not sure how I feel about Monsanto, Dupont or Cargill.

Posted almost 3 years ago.

motyka

motyka says: Rhonda, Thanks for the comments, It certainly would be a good conversation starter as a grocery tote.

Posted almost 3 years ago.

whimzwh...

whimzwhirled says: I'm so glad that you thought to do this design. Our foods are full of poison. Argi-industries are the most abusive companies that exist next to the war for profit companies. They have messed up our foods and are killing us with their muck. The only way to stop them is to not buy the stuff but so many choose to close their eyes to this legal genocide. Did you know that any ingredient ending in ate or ite is basically ground rocks. They tell you they are minerals and that is true but your body can't use any of them as they are rocks. The only way to get your minerals that your body can use it if a plant has broken it down for you first. You can't just grind up some rocks and call that a health benefit. Look at your vitamins. Most are waste of money. You pay for them, swallow them and they come out the other end having no effect what so ever.

Posted almost 3 years ago.

rhondad...

rhondadesigns says: Oh yes! I can really relate to your design! Modern lists of ingredients don't sound much like the things that were mixed up to make the delicious pies I remember from my childhood! For anyone with severe food allergies, and dietary requirements, it can be a a bit of a perilous pathway to negotiate! I can see this print being used to make useful and fun grocery tote bags.

Posted almost 3 years ago.

motyka

motyka says: Good point. I missed those. I wanted it to repeat at a yard, so I left out some ingredients.

Posted almost 3 years ago.

vannina

vannina says: Very funny! The transgenic wheat flour and the hydrogenated vegetable fats are just missing ;-). Good appetite all the same!

Posted almost 3 years ago.

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