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Emerald City fabric by jennyvorwaller on Spoonflower - custom fabric

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12.00in x 9.82in, 229 pixels/inch,
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By Jenny Vorwaller

I'm a painter living and working in Seattle, Washington. All of the prints I've designed for Spoonflower are patterns based off my artwork. Enjoy!

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Description:

Lush and verdant, this print is based on an original abstract painting representing my home city. Seattle's blues and greens are a feast for the eyes and soul, these colors will add sophistication to any space.

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hollymae

hollymae says: This is absolutely gorgeous.

Posted over 2 years ago.

jennyvo...

jennyvorwaller says: Pillow case cover! Made with a yard of emerald city print, with some fabric still to spare for other projects.

jennyvorwaller uploaded a project image link for jennyvorwaller's design Emerald City :

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Posted over 4 years ago.

jennyvo...

jennyvorwaller says: Just saw your question - it's very easy! You could use fabric for this project too, but I liked the finish on the wallpaper for this idea. I simply wrapped it and secured it. You can use a sample piece to cover a lampshade, just depending on the size of the lamp - and there's no need to apply it like you would to a wall because you can just apply it with double sided tape. This way you still have wallpaper for projects if you decide to take it down. It only took a few minutes and looks so pretty with the light shining through!

Posted over 4 years ago.

ninniku

ninniku says: When you used the wallpaper, did you soak it and follow the instructions as if you were applying it to a wall?

Posted over 4 years ago.