Garden Flag, Evening Wildflowers

Garden Flag, Evening Wildflowers is 11″ x 15″, design imprinted on one side of a cotton/bamboo fabric panel with a 1.5″  rod pocket sewn across the top. Bracket is not included. Flags are printed on cotton muslin with a light fabric transfer finished with a “hot peel”, which means I peel the backing off of […]

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Evening Wildflowers Face Mask

I imprinted the design “Evening Wildflowers” onto unbleached cotton muslin using a fabric transfer for the patterned layer and used unbleached cotton muslin for the lining, which forms a pocket. Mask is made with elastic ear loops and also comes with 24″ cloth ties. I created my own “fabric” swatch by printing the pattern on […]

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Evening Wildflowers Small Accessory Bag

I imprinted the design “Evening Wildflowers” onto reclaimed cotton fabric using a fabric transfer and made the 5″ x 7″ bag, adding a colorful zipper. I created my own “fabric” swatch by printing the pattern on fabric using a commercial quality fabric transfer and my heat press to ensure even coverage. The transfer gives the […]

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Handmade Evening Wildflowers Purse

Evening Widlflowers Purse design is 11″ wide x 17″ tall,  printed in reclaimed linen tablecloth fabric and lined with more reclaimed tablecoth fabric. Straps are braided yarn with a tassel at each bottom corner. Bag closes with a magnet. Each bag is handmade and may vary slightly in size or materials. About the artwork I […]

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August Nature Desktop Calendar: Evening Wildflowers

On a sweltering, sticky August evening I discovered an incredibly beautiful patch of native wildflowers intentionally seeded at Scott Conservancy Kane Woods. I forgot about sweaty hands and the pulse of the sun directly in my face because it was also touching each and every flower on that hillside, filling leaves and petals with brilliance. […]

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Evening Wildflowers, Pastel

Evening Wildflowers, Pastel, 10 x 14, 2018. The original is sold but digital, giclee and canvas prints as well as greeting cards are available. On a sweltering, sticky August evening I discovered an incredibly beautiful patch of native wildflowers intentionally seeded at Scott Conservancy Kane Woods. I forgot about sweaty hands and the pulse of […]

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#30paintingsin30days, Day 18: Evening Wildflowers

On a sweltering, sticky August evening I discovered an incredibly beautiful patch of native wildflowers intentionally seeded at Scott Conservancy Kane Woods. I forgot about sweaty hands and the pulse of the sun directly in my face because it was also touching each and every flower on that hillside, filling leaves and petals with brilliance. […]

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Decorative Dishes Inspired By Wildflowers

Picking up on something I designed a couple of months ago, it’s time to start posting these decorative dishes! They are one of the things you’ll see at my in-person and virtual Open House coming up in October—more information below. These Decorative Dishes are roughly 6″ in diameter and about 1/2″ deep, made of polymer […]

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New Nature-themed Garden Flags

What happened to September? Is it autumn already? Yes, and time for new garden flags! After a summer of experimentation with different materials and processes, we are ready to go into production with new designs for felines and nature. About the flags My new flags are 11″ x 15″ because my largest fabric transfers are […]

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An Update on the Garden Flags

I’ve been trying to figure out a way to make my garden flags since the printer for the last ones closed about six years ago. I’ve worked out the use of fabric transfers that should stand the test of time out in the weather. These four flags have been hanging in different areas in my […]

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