The theme for this entry is "flying machines". The last time this theme appeared, I created a plane-themed fabric, so this time I opted for hot air balloons. I added fireworks all around the balloons as a border. THAT took some time! I really like the subtle palette of muted turquoise.
I giggled all the way through this design about how unsafe it would be to actually watch fireworks from a balloon. This is an idea best lived out through imagination. ;)
This time around, it's all about baby bedding with a southwestern theme. So, I chose the adorable jackalope to design around. It's really challenging for me to work with expressions. It took me hours to get to this sweetly smiling face. I think he was worth it. :)
He's also available on clocks, tote bags, and framed art!
This week's challenge theme, Spoons, was perfect for me to use beautiful wood grain in my design. I added bottle openers, pizza cutters, spatulas, and all sorts of kitchen utensils. I love the clean look.
The skies are ever-changing and it's so easy for me to get inspired by the shape-shifting clouds. I took one photo each day during the month of November in the Morning, afternoon, and night. I plan to use these as reference one day... for painting, or for fabric. (Maybe both!)
Butterflies are a symbol of change, the soul, creativity, freedom, joy and color. Their power is transformation, shape shifting and soul evolution. This flow of butterflies reminds me of spring. The soft pastel colors and black details of the wings compliment each another and give a nice balance. It's not too girly, not too masculine. You can locate Sweet Dreams here.