Monday, February 22, 2016

Playing with more mock-ups

 These patterns are from my Wildflower Collection.  They are so much fun!  I am really loving these skateboards!  Don't they look great?!

Credit for the cool skateboard template mock-up to Sam Minton via Behance. 

And how much fun are these pins?!  What a fun little gift to give to a sweet friend! 

Credit for cool button pin template mock-up to Pixeden.

And this room....LOVE!  I could totally cuddle up on this couch with my sketchbook!  Such a happy room with my cheery floral pattern! 

Credit for lovely wall art mock-up template to ZippyPixels.

Sunday, February 21, 2016

More Anneline mock-ups

I am really loving this collection, so I was inspired to make a few more mock-ups.  I would really love your feedback!   What other products could you see this collection of patterns used on?  Thanks for taking the time to look and comment!  I really appreciate your support!  xx

Credit to Graphicburger for the cool Photoshop mock-up templates!

Saturday, February 20, 2016


I went for a long walk today and took in all the fresh air.  Even though everything is still covered in muted tones of gray, the warm breeze gave me hope that spring is just around the corner.  I decided to use some of those tones in the color palette for my newest collection, Anneline. They are delicate and lovely, and I feel they add to the old world feel of the patterns.  I mocked up a couple of bed sets to show you how the patterns and palette compliment each other.  I hope you love it!

Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Lindley Lupines....Lovely

I absolutely love the lupines!  The smooth round petal like leaves and the towing pillars of striking flowers can completely take over a countryside.  They are so majestic!  The tall stalks appear to be standing at attention, reaching up to touch the sky. Lupines are definitely one of my favorite flowers.  I had lots of fun searching for inspiration and sketching these flowers tonight.  Lupines come in many colors, most often deep purples, reds and pinks.  However, I chose to color them with a more muted palette of greens.  I felt the shapes and textures were already so bold and could stand alone, without a ton of bright colors.  Hope you like them.