Revising roller skates. I took the basics from part of an older design and reworked it a little and completely pinked up the colors. The roller rink in my town is very old and has a wood floor. Supposedly it floats! Like the building was made to float. Why? Because it's next to a river that has flooded in the past. Now that I'm writing this, it sounds very silly. I may need to check my facts. Wait! New plan! Start making actual money from this and then hire a fact checker to do that for me. Stay tuned. Like for a while.
Anyway, in that roller rink, there are little practice areas off of the main floor. One of them is wavy, so you can skate over little rolling hills. That's what came to mind when I created the flow of the roller skates for this design. Skate Star placed 257/417 in a Spoonflower Design Challenge. I think I formatted it a little too big, so voters couldn't see the whole thing. That, and maybe pink and white roller skates are over done. Who knows. I thought the whole thing was so cute that I made a whole mini-collection around it.
Little watercolor hearts. Is there anything sweeter? Probably not. I have plans for doing a whole collection. Maybe with some xo's tossed in. Who knows what else. But all watercolor-ey softness and texture.
For fun, I did a doodle-a-day challenge to kick off 2020. For one of the designs (I don't even remember what the prompt was - water? drink? who knows) I did a little glass with a stripe straw on a bright blue background. A commenter mentioned that it would make a great tea towel. So, I picked up the citrus elements from an older design added them in and created a template. I really just love the summery colors. And would have to agree: It is an adorable tea towel.