This week the Spoonflower challenge was for a room specific wallpaper. I saw flowers. An abundance of flowers. I used my 30-Day Creative Gathering palette. When I thought I was done, something, was a little off. I decided to add a touch of warmth with yellow blooms.
Maybe I went a little berserk, but I am very happy with this design. I re-drew most of the blooms. I gave them wider borders to replace minute imperfections. I also gave them new centers. I intended to give the blue center a pattern. Dots or plaid. But I was right up to the deadline, and just spaced it.
What do you think? Pattern or plain? Plaid, or? Maybe there is already enough going on. I look forward to hearing your ideas. 🙂 Voting is open now, until the 16th.
The smallest flower is a thought,
a life answering to some feature of the Great Whole,
of whom they have a persistent intuition.
Honore de Balzac
This collection is huge, you’re right. 3 colorways, 4 patterns, with 2 versions each. With or without the linen effect. A true fabric collection is made of several, completely different, complimentary pattens. With different subjects and in various scales.
Often, when I design, I am thinking of quilting. The parts of a quilt. The coordinating fabrics and how they work as the main design, as trim and as filler.
In addition, I can also take each of these patterns, and scale them down. Make petite versions. Fortunately, Spoonflower makes it very easy to do this.
How does the Meadow flower its bloom unfold?
Because the lovely little flower is free down to its root,
and in that freedom bold.
Dawn Floret placed at 720 of 1122 entries with 26 votes. (It has 37 ” favorites”.) You can see the top 71, here. I’m grateful for your support. Thank you Everyone! 🙂 I am so grateful to have you follow along on my learning journey!
I will try, try again! 😆😉