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My brother actually gave me the idea for this print—ramen noodles—in a joking text exchange. My husband’s favorite dish is a hot bowl of ramen noodles from a local noodle shop, so it was fun to photograph these noodles and add it to cool decor items like phone cases, bags, notebooks, pillowcases, and more. Available at Redbubble and Casetify.
This felt like I was back in freshman year and dealing with simple shapes to make a pattern, but the fun is that I was able to have fun with color while making bold patterns with easy shapes for the Abstract Minimalist challenge on Spoonflower. This is not usually my forte. I love busy patterns with lots of elements and textures, but it helped me to try something new (or at least something I haven’t tried in awhile).
I make random notes to myself around the house for sketch ideas that I have. My husband saw my note "eat cake" on a list and he thought I had set up a reminder to eat some cake 🤣 But hey, it's not a bad day to enjoy some cake! 🍰
This week’s design challenge from Spoonflower had me thinking of what brings on those warm summer vibes—fruit, lush vegetation, and vibrant colors always put me in the mood for a warm summer day (sitting in the shade of course) and enjoy color fruit (or fruity beverage) and watching my kids play in the water. I illustrated some very basic pineapples, dragon fruit, kiwi, and orange, lemon and lime slices hidden among lots of bold tropical leaves.
This type poster is made to inspire myself and other mothers that we are strong (even if we don’t feel it all the time) After a really rough toddler week it is nice to have this lettering project o look at and makes me feel a bit stronger as a mother and a woman.
The challenge was a little different this week for the spoonflower design challenge--playmats. It wasn't too long ago that my little one was doing tummy time on one of these, and I thought about what I would want and one that my toddler would love too, so of course I picked outer space.