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<a href='http://www.spoonflower.com/fabric/3372216-vintage-tennis-racquets-by-vanillabeandesigns' title = 'Vintage Tennis Racquets by vanillabeandesigns on Spoonflower - custom fabric'><img src='http://s3.amazonaws.com/spoonflower/public/design_thumbnails/0337/2216/rrtennis_ed_shop_preview.png' alt='Vintage Tennis Racquets '/></a>
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Collection: Contest Entries
I love all things natural; birds, fish, flowers, bugs, dirt, you name it! I love to create things with paint, paper and fabric, and I am delighted to be able to add surface fabric design to my list of joys.
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My entry into the tennis contest.
I am so in love with the warm color palette from my African Wax Print collection that I decided to use it again in my tennis racquet design!
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Thank you so much, Jill! You are such a doll! :-)
Posted about 2 years ago.
Great design Lisa and super colour palette. I love the wonky bats and the background texture really sets it off!
Thank you Deborah! (Love the pun!) Thank you Tina! Very kind of you both!
Beautiful shapes, colors and textures!
This palette is beautiful and this tennis design is smashing. :-)
Thank you SO much Rhonda! Your comment gave me a nice happy boost this morning! xxx
I love how your splendid design depicts vintage tennis equipment in very modern way, Lisa! Excellent work!:-)
Thank you so very much for your kind comments and ideas, Sue Ellen! I love your idea about the upholstery and the jacket - how fun! I tend to see more beauty in the "vintage" version of sports equipment, although I am more than happy to use the latest technology!
it's a lovely palette for the theme. (If only I'd thought, I came across an old wooden racquet in it's thumb-screw press, as I was cleaning out a closet ...but it never occurred to me.) I love the patterned spots! The yardage view is very nice ... I can see this on a sporty jacket (especially one with the sleeves and shoulders cut as one, so the lines of racquets go from wrist to wrist) or as upholstery on the porch furniture over-looking the courts.
Thank you so much, Anne!
Very clever and sharp!
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