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DIY Llama calendar tea towel & winter kitty projects!

Hi friend,

Do you LOVE pretty things?

(I assume you are if you’re reading my blog😉)

I love having beautiful things around because they make me happy!

Vibrant colors and joyful designs always lift up my mood.

That’s why I’m so excited to tell you that you can now enjoy more fun designs in my Spoonflower fabric shop.

How about this adorable 2019 Llama Dream calendar tea towel??

It’d make a perfect holiday gift for a llama lover (or an alpaca lover, you know they’re almost the same thing).

Purchase this design in linen cotton canvas ultra (which is sturdy and absorbent) fat quarter, 18″x27″. All you have to do is trim the ends and sew around the hem.

Easy peasy, right??

Also, my winter kitty design is available as fabric!

How about a tote bag to carry your books or groceries?

Or a pillow to cozy up with this winter!

Don’t even get me started on how ADORABLE this dress is 😍😍😍 Will you please make this for a tiny person in your life and send me a photo??

I might cry.

I got a yard of fleece to make this no-sew blanket. I intend to gift it to my friend’s baby – unless I decide it’s too cute I can’t part with it 😂

Too much cuteness?

I hope you can handle this because I’ve got 27 other designs (yes, twenty-seven) you can play with in my shop.

How about these adorable pillows from my last holiday collection?

Who would’ve thought to make your own lamp shade? With fabric? If you love succulents, this could be your jam😍

Go ahead and explore the most adorable fabric collections here!

Enjoy 😘

xo

ps. Be sure to read their holiday shipping timeline and mark your calendar. It could take 2+ weeks to get your fabrics.

Fall & Winter Collection Sneak Preview 👀 (Pt. 1 of 3)

If you’re following me on Instagram and seeing my Stories, you may know that I’ve been working on my new online shop.

What prompted me to move my shop from Etsy was that Etsy Wholesale closed at the end of June, and I needed a new platform to sell my products to retailers online.

I was originally planning on moving only my wholesale shop to elsewhere and keep the regular Etsy shop. But after talking to a few people, I decided it makes the most sense to have both shops on one website.

I’ve been wanting to have my own online shop for quite some time, so it was the kick in the pants I needed to actually make it happen! 

So I’ve been chipping away at it for the last couple of month as I juggle my full summer show schedule  – I have lots of products to transfer (150+ if you include all the variants) and it’s a slow process. I swear​ everything takes 3 times longer than I expect. And my deadline has been extended at least twice now 😬

I’m hoping it’ll be done in time to launch my new collection in early September. 

It’s gonna be a lot easier to shop in my new shop than Etsy – no pesky coupon codes, and I want to reward your loyalty even more in the new shop, so stay tuned!!

In a meantime, I wanted to share some sneak previews for my fall & winter collection to get you excited.

Be warned, it’s full of cuteness ✨

Of course I’ve seen my new collection so many times, but my heart still skips a beat when I see it (or maybe I have some kind of heart condition. Hope not.)

I’ve got several new everyday cards and am especially in love with this “Have a Wild Birthday” card 😍

Sometimes my customers ask for more gender-neutral birthday card, so this was my attempt at it 😀

Ok, and I’m super excited about this next one, too!

“Foods of the Pacific Northwest” design’s got all the delicious gifts this lovely region has to offer.

You know I love food. I’m so very grateful to call the beautiful PNW my home – the foods here are just SO good!

And this design will also be available as 8″x10″ and 11″x14″ archival giclee art print.

How cute would it be for your kitchen or dining room?? 😍

And I wanna end today’s post with a new llama design!!

And they come in many gift-able forms 😍

I’ve been more intentional about embracing the joy in my design lately.

​Believe it or not, I didn’t always feel that “cute” art was a “real” art.

Many of you know that I didn’t go to an art school or have an art degree. And it’s been a source of my insecurity for a long time.

But, I’ve been finding that the more I embrace the cuteness of my work unapologetically, the more it resonates with you.

​And, not only that, it just makes me so darn happy when I create stuff that are so stinking adorable 😆

​So stay tuned for more cuteness as I share previews for the next couple of weeks!

xo


p.s. No need to wait for the new collection if you wanna shop the existing cuteness in my current shop or in person in a meantime 😉