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Silver Eucalyptus foliage on  L 798373 fabric by emily_bieman on Spoonflower - custom fabric

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NOTE: Not recommended for use on even slightly textured walls. For children’s rooms, we recommend buying our Smooth wallpaper.

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By Emily Bieman

Love designing fabrics, love to put the repeat on a design. All my designs can be resized (message me). Artwork License is available for Commercial use for $75 per design, and that the artwork can be reproduced infinitely and globally.

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My designs can be resized for individual orders or widths. I found there has been some colour variances depending on which fabric used –little/extreme

Many thanks for looking. The colours in the new growth of this Eucalypts are so beautiful. It is Eucalyptus melonophloia - Silver IronBark. Indigenous to Rangari, NSW Many thanks for looking I am a huge fan of Australian Eucalypts and Natives in general, and I love the sound of that little bird when it 'cooeees' in the forest, what a beautiful echo. So I have those little 'cooeee' birds at my place, they venture on to the verander and sing to the windows! I planted a whole bunch of Native trees/shrubs in my garden a few years ago, they are now starting to take shape / flower, inspiring me to design this fabric. (Save the planet and stop breeding like rabbits) - Unfortunately, I was forced to relocate, and have ‘lost’ my beautiful 10yr old garden, only to have to start again, such is bitch life, but I have already put in 90 or so plants and will do many more next season! and unfortunately no 'cooeee' birds here (a little birdy told me that they are called the Australian Whip Bird, commonly found in forests where they can echo!) Unfortunately, yet another relocation, and further unfortunately, a small backyard, in town, so my garden is going to be drastically resized, ah, so many people, so little space, when are humans going to wake up to this fact.

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