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November 26, 2008


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OH, the fabric is incredible! I would have had such a hard time cutting into it. What a perfect collaboration between the two of you, and Spoonflower. Must go investigate their site a little close...
As for the winter camping, please share your experience when you do! You see, I just don't think I could do it. I'd FREEEEEEZE!

linda p

those ornament are adorable, and i love the fabric!

Crafty Gardener

I can visualize and hear a story book related to your amazing creations.


The fabric is really beautiful! The ornaments are to be cherished by the receipients for sure!!! Love your blog...so inspiring.


That fabric is incredible! I am very jealous :)


I absolutely adore the fabric and your ornaments. You really are such an inspiration. Winter camping sounds absolutely fabulous to me too. The sun is shining here today and we are most certainly planning a hike in the woodlands somewhere. Take care. JAK

Monika Aebischer

What a beautiful scene you set up... I could see you doing a children's story book with them as well, or at least some greeting cards. Your images are beautiful.

Kind Regards from the City (Toronto)


They are just the cutest little guys! stunning fabric too! you are a clever lady!


I love the Resurrection Fern fabric; Geninne did a fantastic job, and Hooray for Spoonflower!! And, once again, you've made the cutest ornaments that so beautifully represent your aesthetic!

My son and I are making origami stars today--so much fun and quite addictive!


Those are SO cute!!


The fabric is perfect, and I love the campfire photos. I think gathering of your imaginative photos would make a lovely children's story - the we all of course would like too. :>


Oh my, how adorable! I love how you take inspiration from your life and create a craft/art with it. So unexpected!


I agree that the fabric is just perfect. And I love your little campers - the way each simple element combines to make a unique and special ornament.
But my favourite photo is where all the little campers are gathered together in a case. Unbearably cute :-)

I'm inspired to have a go myself.


adorable :) and the fabric turned out just perfectly! i can't wait to see what else you make with it.


Another amazing post! I L-O-V-E the fabric! You are such a creative inspiration for me!


I am of the firm belief that Spoonflower is one of the best things since sliced bread. Your fabric design is fun and pretty!

Shelley Gardner

An inspired project! I had never heard of spoonflower but now I am so excited


I am soooooo lucky as one of these little cuties made its way to me via Amy's swap! I can't believe it and feel so lucky. I am in love with snails and mushrooms and such so the fabric is "me". I'm so excited. She is in my tree as we speak.

camper trailers

amazing creations and i really like it very much.

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