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Collection: magical places
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I'm thinking hiking might be done in the woods. For me hiking is a long walk up Fifth Avenue to Saks Fifth Avenue.
These colors are not the contest limited palette. They were changed to ones that I liked after the contest. It's also smaller scale than the contest entry.
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Thank you so much Helene!
Posted almost 2 years ago.
It was the first design which appeared when I began to vote and I fall in love of it! Great job as usual! (and you make me dream too with the fifth avenue!!) :-)
Posted about 2 years ago.
Thank you so much Isabella and Julie! I love the idea of urban jungle and man-hole covers!
Gorgeous! I love what you have done with the palette!
The motifs make me think of man-hole covers and the trees found on city streets - very urban jungle. By using your wonderful textures and further restricting the palette you have created a cleverly stylish design.
Kate, Lin, Kara, Tara, Maria, Sharon, Penny, Robyn, Deborah, Janine, Ceri, Angela, Lindsay, Melanie, and Paula thank you so much for all the kind comments!
Gorgeous Tina, wonderful design!
Fab motifs and textures. Great design!
Oh fabulous! What a gorgeous repeat and use of texture and colour. I love it!
Lovely design & love your idea of hiking too!
So classy and your notes gave me a smile. Really nice.
Beautiful Tina!! Stunning - as always. An absolute standout.
You've done it again! Great design.
ooooo so gooood!
I always love your designs! You rock! :)
Love, love, love these trees! Beautiful!
Very stylish!! Wonderful!!
I wish I could do more of your kind of hiking!!! What is better than NYC?
Fabulous design, I love how you worked the colors.
Thank you so much Rhonda, Sarah, Lisa, Christine, Amy and Susan!
Love this one. Gorgeous colors!! I didn't look at this contest but I guess this is a limited palette one? How amazing what you did with the colors.
Oh, Queen of Beautiful Textures, you have rocked another theme in perfect Tina style! Love!
Tina, it's no surprise to me that you've once again excelled at the subject matter and this strange semi-retro palette that SF provided. I LOVE your use of red/purple combined and that tiny bit of fluorescent yellow. So smart and skillful! Wishing you lots of sales!
Hahahahahaha Tina - I am betting you don't even own a pair of SHOES for hiking! That hike up Fifth Avenue is too funny!!! I LOVE your beautifully textured, simply - colored design. This feels very Zen - like, and could be a distillation of all of the loveliness one achieves when walking through nature's own sylvan cathedrals. (Or, when thinking about doing so)!
I love the understated, pared down elegance of your design, Tina!:-)
Thank you so much Kim, Esther and Su! Your kind comments are much appreciated!
Lovely use of the restricted restricted color scheme, and glad I went to the swatch view to see that "sneaky sliver of acid yellow" - as described - and your note on "Urban hiking" really made me smile!
I love this Tina. Got the hots for your texture as usual. Fab use of the colours…esp that sneaky sliver of acid yellow. Reading your description makes me VERY much hope you are going to enter into the neighbourhoods comp.
You just described my kind of hiking too! What a wonderful idea. Your are, after all, in one of the world's most awe-inspiring forests. As usual, your design with the sense of spontaneity and layers of texture is awe-inspiring as well, Tina.
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