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Designs by hootenannit
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Owlet, squirrel-lets, raccoon-let, and the 'possum triplets slumber snugly in the treetops, but are those twinkles stars, fireflies, or... fairies?
18" x 18" at 150 ppi.
Uses #0C4A7F, #4191FD, and #FCF0B4 of the Bedtime restricted palette only.
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Oh, Carol - you've made my day!! Thank you so much for your kind words! :)
Posted over 2 years ago.
I thought this one was going to win - hands down! I am so surprised that it didn't get in the top 10?!?! It is so peaceful and "night-timey"!! I love it!
Thank you, Moira Rae - I had fun with their nightcaps!
Love this beautiful line drawn design... such cute possums - love their nightcaps... quietly beautiful!
Thanks so much, Christine - what a lovely compliment! I liked the idea of the fat-bellied raccoon having one foot sticking out, too, and the 'possums insisted on nightcaps...
This is so beautiful...I love the mood and the beautiful way you drew the animals...the raccoon's feet and upside-down possums - so precious!!
Thank you, Rhonda - I was thinking bedding, though perhaps wallpaper even more!
The night-cloaked shadowy images in your design give an intriguing glimpse into the world that dreams outside our windows. This fabric would be a marvelous blender or background print to use in quilts.
Thanks so much, Jasmin! I'm glad this soft, storybook style caught your eye!
Love it. Love that you restricted your palette even more, creating an eyecatching design which is also subtle but intricate.
Thank you for your kind words, Lynn! It was quite a puzzle making the branches continuous without involving tree trunks. Weaving them to hide the points where some change direction produced the trellis-effect in the repeat, which I liked... and it made a kind of safety net, in case any of the little critters fall out of bed! :)
Thank you, Ceri - I'm so glad you like it! I was going for a quiet, tales-of-the-woods kind of moment, so I pulled back on color, too. I do have a "midnight" version using black, though I think it's still pretty restrained.
Wonderful illustrations, Jan! Love the color interplay with the pale yellow light. The design repeats beautifully too.
Lovely restrained style with this Jan. Very bedtime-appropriate, and beautiful!
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