I came up with this rendering of some very happy herbivores for a Spoonflower Design challenge with a dinosaur theme. I personally love the colors and little smiling faces, but the public did not agree. I came in at approximately 1 millionth. No matter…I carry on.
Cute puppies made of simple shapes in four color ways. Hooray! Printed as fabric they would be great for children’s items. In fact, my Origami Puppers (in yellow!) was the first custom printed fabric I ordered "en mass" (it's all relative, right?) specifically for this reason. I went with the yellow/doggy combo because it's gender (and everything) neutral and I wanted to make a number of items for my Etsy shop that would work for any kid.
I haven’t done a whole lot with this pattern yet, though it was one of the early fabrics that I had printed up. I love the happy green and yellow. And the tropical feel. I will probably try to do a bit more with it. Not sure I love it for kids clothes per se…but something else for the little ones.
Inspired by my little son's Hanna Andersson socks, this simple design remains one of my favorite. I love the punch of bright colors. And socks are funny. A friend suggested that these would be a great laundry room wallpaper. I have to agree.
Summertime! It's hot. You want something cold on a stick. Well, here! Take it before my fingers get sticky.
Available as fabric or maybe even wallpaper right here!
And if you're looking for that same vibe, but a bit more phallic, try this on for size (but not literally. That is a totally different kind of website). I like the colors and general idea, but may need to revise the shape of these things. Sometimes, you just don't quite see what's what until you are done. Boo. Fabric available for purchase.
An early attempt at "designing". My aim was to mimic stripes with inner tubes on water. It's not perfect, but I'm gonna leave it anyway. I'm not sure if I prefer the bright turquoise or the light blue.