So they just added the awesome vinyl decals and lovely wallpaper, and now they’ve added WRAPPING PAPER as well!!! These guys are pushing the boundaries of awesomeness I swear! The wrapping paper is for a limited time only for the holidays so get over there!
Here’s the example graphics for a couple of my designs-
You can order as wrapping paper by clicking on the button to the bottom right of your chosen design.
Filed under Art, Fabric, PSA
I’m sure I’ve mentioned Spoonflower and their amazing fabric products before, but now they have two new items that I’m going to take a few minutes to squee over.
The must amazing of the two products is custom wallpaper. Yep, actual wallpaper, for walls, not the kind that goes on your computer screen. Gone are the days of wandering around hardware stores trying to find something that isn’t terrible. Now you can create your very own wallpaper. Or (if the artist has enabled it) you could cover your walls with your favourite prints.
I’ve only enabled a few of my prints as wallpapers as not all of them work on that scale, but look, OctoSquidy wallpaper, perfect for a kids room!
The other new product is polyester wall decals you can move around. Big wall designs have been gaining in popularity for a while, and these kind of stickers are also great for laptops and fridges. Again, I’ve only made a few of my designs available so far, but I do have plans to introduce more next year. I decided to enable the single sheet calendar designs as decals, I thought they’d be useful in a college dorm room or somewhere else with limited space. I’m going to test one in the kitchen and see how it fairs (and whether you can write on them).
Filed under Art, Fabric, Prints
I finally managed to get my sample prints from SpoonFlower, so all my fabric designs are now available to purchase here!
The OctoSquid fabrics are available as separates or as yard with four coordinating fat quarters printed together. Please note that at the moment the smaller ‘Tale of Three Squids’ print is only available in the fat quarter version. Hopefully I’ll be able to fix that soon!
Yup. I’m still obsessed with Spoonflower. Oh how I love that site! This week’s contest was to make 4 coordinating fabrics to be printed together so they fit onto a yard of fabric. I’ve been meaning to make some coordinating fabrics for Tale of Three Squids for a while now so I though this would be a good time to do so. The requirement was for a stripe and a dot fabric, so I paired those with the Squid-de-Lis and a smaller version of the ToTS designs. The fabrics will also be available separately. Click on the image to see a larger (and clear) version of the image.