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Preview scale: 21.0 x 18.0 inches. Show Rulers
<a href='http://www.spoonflower.com/fabric/3240153-pink-froth-by-anniedeb' title = 'Pink Froth by anniedeb on Spoonflower - custom fabric'><img src='http://s3.amazonaws.com/spoonflower/public/design_thumbnails/0324/0153/rpaint_dots_saran_wrap_pink_textured_with_dots_layered_shop_preview.png' alt='Pink Froth'/></a>
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A textured pink design created by acrylic paint on plastic wrap. Air dried then scanned and manipulated. Check out zoom
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Currently sized for Spoonflower 42” wide fabrics. If you would like this fabric design resized at a smaller or larger scale, please send me a message through Spoonflower or add a message on the comments portion of this fabric design page. Thank you.
fabric - basic repeat - 150 dpi
wallpaper - basic repeat - 175 dpi
gift wrap - basic repeat - 161 dpi
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Posted 3 months ago.
Thank you, Lisa. Indeed, who knew? Just make sure the paint is dry before the plastic wrap is placed on the scanner! Ha! :-) Thanks so much for taking a look.
Posted about 2 years ago.
Great name - and wonderful texture! Who knew? I am going to try it myself! It looks like this technique lends itself very well to being turned into a repeating design. Fantastic!
Ha!! Thanks, Kelly. I'll try to come up with something more appropriate. I was just excited that scanning a piece of plastic wrap dotted with pink could produce the design!! Thank you for taking a look. I appreciate your comments.
It's a really cool pattern! (Call it pink abstract marble or something more classy, though! You're underselling yourself calling it pink plastic wrap.... what you've achieved with that effect is much more sophisticated!) ;o)
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