I meant to post this sooner, but I recently came down with a pretty bad cold and spent most of the past week trying to rest up. Now that I’m finally back on my feet, I get to talk about my brand new Spoonflower store!
For those of you who haven’t heard of Spoonflower, it’s a host site that allows users to upload and sell their artwork as fabric, wallpaper, and gift wrap. It’s similar to Society6 and Redbubble in that way, except they produce textiles and paper instead of products like phone cases and tote bags. You can browse my Spoonflower design library by clicking on the new link in the menu at the top of my blog, or by clicking here.
Currently, the only designs I have listed are my cactus pattern – which I’ve altered slightly by adding a terra cotta texture to the background – and a new pattern made from all four of the tattoo designs I drew for this year’s valentines. Because of how Spoonflower is set up, the designs won’t be available for purchase until after I order a swatch of each fabric and personally ensure that the colors are printing true, but rest assured I’ll be updating my blog with more information on that soon!
Also, those same designs are now available on my Redbubble, which you can see by clicking here! The tattoo design is listed as mature, because Redbubble asks that any work that shows blood be marked as “Mature Content,” so you will want to adjust the content filter located near the bottom of the page (above the subscribe button).